1 Snow Leopard & 4 Red Pandas are the show pieces, but the birds are impressive too Animals are well fed
A well-laid out zoo with some unusual species; the cat family was well-covered with leopards and tigers as were the different families of goats; sometimes not easy to see the animals as they were well camouflaged in their habitat.
we took a car from the front of our hotel and went to visit the Zoological park. After the car stopped in front of the Zoo we have to walk upwards the hill to reach the ticket counter. as Himalayan Mountaineering Institute and the Zoological park is in the same premises they issue a single ticket for entering the two.... More
The Park is a must visit. Organised in a very systematic manner most of the enclosures can be viewed from both front and back thereby giving a view of the animals no matter where they may be. The collection of mountain wildlife is inspiring. The photographers who click pictures of tourists in traditional costumes, the little souvenir shops, the fast... More
Dear Sir Thanks for noticing things that people normally do not take care of. Regards More
The Zoos had a wide variety of birds and other animals. However they close early at 4pm and are closed on Thursdays hence please consider the same in your travel plan
Very small zoo but boast of hill's flora and fauna. Pair of Red Panda was main attraction. Souvenir stores insisted they are cheaper than in town and my experience it was truth!
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