Simbalbara Wildlife Sanctuary
Himachal Pradesh is a home to a number of wildlife sanctuaries and national parks where you will get a chance to explore rare and endangered species of animals and birds in their natural habitant along with rich flora and fauna. Simbalbara wildlife sanctuary is also one of the amazing forest ranges in the Paonta Valley in Sirmaur district of Himachal Pradesh. Simbalbara wildlife sanctuary is also a home to Rhesus Macaque, Leopard, Indian Muntjac, Goral and Crested Porcupine, Himalayan Black Bear, Wild Boar and common Langur. Apart from this, there are also a number of endangered to common species of animals, reptiles and birds that can be found here in a large number. In this way, it has a lot to explore during your tour to Himachal Pradesh.
Talking about Wildlife Sanctuary in Simbalbara deeply, it is located on the lower hills of Shivalik range that is a also a home to Goral, Sambhar, Spotted Deer, Chittal and many other animals. Every year, a considerable amount of tourists, especially wildlife enthusiasts come to explore the real beauty of Simbalbara wildlife sanctuary. For those who want to spend more time in the most serene environment, Wildlife in Simbalbara is the right destination for them that is full of rich flora and fauna and surrounded by romantic wilderness, deep green valleys, mountains, rivers and forests. There are also a number of points for adventure sports in Simbalbara wildlife sanctuary that keep travelers enticed for a long time and persuade them to come here again and again.
When it comes to reach to Sanctuary, it is easy and hassle-free as Simbalbara wildlife sanctuary is well connected via road to Nahan that is only 40 km from Simbalbara wildlife sanctuary. Moreover, Paonta Sahib is also 15 km from Nahan. For those tourists who prefer to come via air, the nearest airport is Digarh Airport only 87 km from Nahan. Ambala is the nearest airport that is only 65 km from Simbalbara wildlife sanctuary. There is also a rest house in Simbalbara wildlife sanctuary where you can stay as long as you wish. So what you are waiting for, come and explore the real beauty of Himachal Pradesh by exploring Simbalbara wildlife sanctuary.