This beautiful and diverse sanctuary 25 kilometres away from Chittorgarh city, is home to trees like Dhok, Salar, Churel, Butea; and also shelters animals like Panthers, Chitals, Wild Boars, Hyenas, Jackals, Four Horned Antelopesamong others. The footfall in the sanctuary is usually on the lower side, so a visit to this location ensures solitude and peace, perforated only by the soothing sounds of nature.
There are two viewpoints inside the sanctuary from where one can get a birds-eye view of the entire forest. The Bassi Dam close by is another attraction. The sanctuary is open to tourists all-round the year, though it flourishes into extradordinary beauty in the autumnal months of October and November.
Timings:8 am to 6 pm
Price:Rs 10 for Indians adults; Rs 2 for Indian students; Rs 80 for foreigners
Vehicle Fee: Rs. 100 (bus); Rs. 65 (car); Rs. 10 (two-wheeler)
Location:Bassi, Chittorgarh district, Rajasthan, India