Fast Facts :
Placement : Kota, Rajasthan
Area covered : 250 sqkm
Founded in : 2004
Entry Fees : Indian (20Rs), Other than Indian (100Rs)
Entry Time : 10.00 AM- 5.00 PM
Best time to visit : October-March
Accommodation : Darrah House, Darrah guesthouse. Etc
Darrah National park was once the hunting ground of the Maharajas and now one of the major tourist attraction. This park is fiercely wooded and stands over a hillock on the South-Eastern Mukundarah hill ranges. The visitors need to get permission from the forest authorities to visit this park.
Wild boars, Antelopes, Sambars, Spotted Deer’s, Bears, Leopards, Panthers, Chinkara, Sloth bear are found .This Park is sometimes closed due to incessant rain.
There are 266 major bird attraction found and the sight of them will surely be a virtual treat for your eyes
There are many rare medicinal herbs found in this park and you will find green eternal solaces in the blend of the long shrub tees.There are various Jungle Safaris and treks available here. So all the way, you will have a gala time in this park.
Other Attractions :
Other than the wild life you can also peek a boo in to the ancient past of Rajasthan .There are arrays of ancient temples, forts and palaces near Darrah National Park.
The Jhalwar Fort known for its magnificent structure .The Zanana Khas is the main attraction of the fort.
This is a 10th century temple which has unearthed the ruins of ancient sun temple .Its a must visit for the history buffs.
There are also some splendid ancient temples on the banks of the Chandrabhaga River, which are worth visiting.