The Delhi Zoo was opened on 1st November 1959 and was later renamed as National Zoological Park in 1982. Prominently known as “Chiriyaghar” among the Delhi residents, the zoo is spread over a range of 176 sections of land and houses more than 127 types of creatures and winged animals.
|Entry Gate of National Zoological Park|
When you enter the entryways of the National Zoological Park, you experience creatures like Hippopotamus (Dariyai ghora), Chimpanzee, Spider monkey (South American Monkey) and Zebras (African wild horse with black-and-white stripe). The other divisions include migratory birds (Pravasi pakṣi) from across the nation like peafowl, storks and ducks. In the middle of the Zoological Park is the underground reptile house.
Delhi Zoo additionally encourages the guests a container, drinking water counters and battery worked vehicles at sensible costs yet the genuine fun in investigating the National Zoological Park is by walking! The visit to the Zoo is fun as well as instructive, so don’t miss on this one.
Feature film Rs. 20,000/- per day