Jambughoda Wildlife Sanctuary, Gujarat, India

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About Jambughoda Wildlife Sanctuary

Jambughoda Wildlife Sanctuary is a protected area in Gujarat, India, 70 kilometers from Vadodara and 20 kilometers from Champaner. The sanctuary is also known for its beautiful and dense forests, which provide these animals with natural habitats. It has a total area of about 130 square kilometers. It is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna, including wild boars, nilgais, hyenas, jackals, sloth bears, barking deer, chausinghas, and leopards. Overall, the sanctuary is well-known for its rich and diverse natural beauty and the opportunity it offers visitors to experience and explore the wilderness. Camping, trekking, and wildlife spotting are among the recreational activities available at the sanctuary.


Best Time to Visit Jambughoda Wildlife Sanctuary

The months of October to March are ideal for visiting Jambughoda Wildlife Sanctuary because the weather is cooler and more pleasant. This is also the time of year when the animals are most active, making sightings more likely.


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The sanctuary is home to a wide variety of animals including leopards, sloth bears, nilgai, sambar, wild boar, and many species of birds.

Yes, the sanctuary is open to visitors all year round. Visitors can explore the park on foot, by jeep, or on horseback.

Yes, there are several accommodations available within the sanctuary including tents, guesthouses, and lodges.

Yes, there are guided tours available that are led by experienced park guides who can provide information about the animals and plants found in the sanctuary.

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