Sultanpur is a popular
destination for tourists, bird-watchers and local visitors.
scenic, well managed and easily accessible. It does attract noisy holiday crowds
and that somehow impacts the overall experience. I guess the collections
contribute to the upkeep, and that may be an acceptable trade-off.
Collared Scops Owl
Eurasian Marsh Harrier
Southern Grey Shrike
Pied Bushchat (f)
Eastern Orphean Warbler
Large Grey Babbler
How to reach:
is easily accessed from Gurgaon city and is a bare 30 minute drive on the
road to Farrukhnagar.
Distance from New Delhi : 45-50
kms. Travel on NH8 and take a diagonal right to Gurgaon city from the Mehrauli
Gurgaon Road and NH8 crossing. Take the Basai road towards Farrukhnagar.
The Park is on your left.
Area : 300 acres
Contact Person: Divisional Inspector of Wildlife, Sultanpur Lake National Park, VPO Sultanpur, Gurgaon (Haryana)
Sultanpur has a Tourist complex ( Rosy Pelican) where you can catch a quick bite or stay over.
Best time: The winter months
(October to February). Early mornings (7.30 am) and late evenings (4.30 pm
onwards) are the best time (s) of the day.