Gaga Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Gujarat’s Kalyanpur taluka, Devbhumi Dwarka district. Gaga Wildlife Sanctuary was declared a wildlife sanctuary in November 1988.
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About Gaga Wildlife Sanctuary
Gaga Wildlife Sanctuary, spread across an area of about 332.87 hectares of land, is located in the Saurashtra peninsula along the coast of the Gulf of Kutch.
One of the sanctuary’s unique qualities is its location in an arid zone with limited natural resources. A wasteland divides this sanctuary, which is divided into two geographical masses. Bhatia, a beautiful small town in Gujarat, is twenty kilometers from the Gaga Wildlife Sanctuary, and the next town is Jamnagar.
Gaga Wildlife Sanctuary Timings
Flora and Fauna At Gaga Wildlife Sanctuary
The sanctuary comprises grasslands intermixed with saline scrubs. Prosopis chilensis, kerdo, gorad, piloo etc.
A variety of species can be found here, including the wolf, blue bull, jackal, jungle cat, and mongoose. A large variety of insects, including butterflies, moths, honeybees, wasps, spiders, and termites, live in this sanctuary. Among the birds, the park attracts beautiful migratory visitors such as pelicans, spoonbills, and cranes, especially during the winter.
Gaga Wildlife Sanctuary Entry Fee
Entry Fee:- Rs:- 50/-
Best Time To Visit At Gaga Wildlife Sanctuary
the best time to visit is between October and March.
Gaga Wildlife Sanctuary Contact Number
Phone(O) : 0288 2679357
Other Attractions Near Gaga Wildlife Sanctuary
- Dwarka Temple
- Nageshwar Temple, Rukmani temple, Gopi Talav
- Bet Dwarka (the mythological kingdom of Lord Krishna)
- Khijadiya Bird Sanctuary
- Marine National Park
- Narara- 60 km. from Jamnagar
Gaga Wildlife Sanctuary Accommodation
You can stay in Bhatia village and many more food facilities are available there.
How To Reach Gaga Wildlife Sanctuary
The Nearest bus station is Bhatia (20 km).
The Nearest railway station is Bhatia around 20 km.
The Nearest airport is Jamnagar (100 km) and Ahmedabad (450 km.).