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Todgarh-Rawali Wildlife Sanctuary

Rawali-Tatgarh Sanctuary

Spread over Ajmer, Pali and Rajsamand districts of Rajasthan, the Todgarh-Rawali Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1983.

It occupies about 495 sq km of tropical deciduous forests and grassland. Major wildlife includes leopard, wild boar, chinkara, common langur, sloth bears and Indian wolf.

The best time to visit is September to May. Rawali Forest Rest House offers fine accommodation.

Nearest major town is Ajmer, which is 105 km away. Ajmer Junction Railway Station and Beawar Railway Station are the nearest railheads.

Updated on 16th February, 2016


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