Sultanpur Lake and Bird Sanctuary

Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary was established in 1972 and is situated at Sultanpur in Gurugram district of Haryana, India. It is 40 km away from Dhaula kuan (Delhi) and 15 km from Gurugram on the Farrukhnagar Road. Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary is very famous weekend picnic place for Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida and Faridabad natives. This beautiful place was promoted as a National Park in 1989.

Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary and National Park

Flora and fauna

The National Park is spread in 1.45 sq km. In this bird Senctuary, popular Bird species are common hoopoe, paddyfield pipit, weaver bird, green bee-eater, laughinf dove, black – Nacked Stork, black-headed ibis, bulbul, shikra and so on…..

Every year over 100 species of birds migrates from Europe, Siberia and Afghanistan in winter like Siberian crane, north pintail, yellow wagtail, white wagtail, sandpiper, starling, cuckoos and much more.

Blue bull and black buck animals are also seen here. Some trees which is planted here such as Neem, berberis, acacia nilotica etc.

Sultanpur National Park is an amazing place for nature lovers and also a bird watcher’s Paradise.

How to reach

The bird sanctuary or national park is away just 15 km from a popular city Gurgaon. It is situated on the Gurgaon – Farrukhanagr raod. By getting taxi or bus one can reach there within half an hour.

Timing (Opening and Closing)

Open all days and Entry paid
Summer: 6:00am to 6:00pm
Winter: 6:30 am to 5:30pm

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