Rajasthan Wildlife

Darrah Sanctuary

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The word 'Darrah' means 'pass' in local language indicating to the purpose of this wildlife sanctuary which in earlier times was used by Marathas, Rajputs and British as their hide area during wars. The forest of Darrah Sanctuary was very famous among the yester year kings of Kota who used it as the royal hunting ground. Spread in wide cover of 250 sq.km of area, the wildlife sanctuary is located 50 km in distance from the Kota city in Rajasthan and came into existence in the year 1955. The forest is home to wolf, cheetah, nilgai, deer and wild boar among many other species of wild animals.

Though this place is open throughout the year, but sometimes it is closed during the monsoon season. Indain Memoirz welcomes you to enjoy the jungle safari in the Darrah Sanctuary in between the month of February and May. You can club your visit to this place with the nearby attractions of Jhalwar forts.