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Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary, Kutch

#2 of 7 in Wildlife in Kutch District
Wildlife Area · Nature / Park
Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary is the country's largest wildlife sanctuary. Established in 1972 on approximately 5,000 sq km (1,930 sq mi) of salt flats, the sanctuary is most popular in October and November, when you can spot foals grazing and playing in the fresh grasslands. A jeep or minibus safari is the most common way to tour the sanctuary. Keep an eye opened for other wildlife also, such as jackals, wolves, desert foxes, and antelopes. Our Kutch trip itinerary builder tool makes visiting Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary and other Kutch attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • We saw everything Our guide was from the Royal Safari Camp, and did a brilliant job, spotting so much wildlife with his eagle eye Too many birds to mention , but special were the flamingos in their...  more »
  • We saw good number of Wild Ass.. Say atleast 25... Its really different and good experience. Initially when we entered, we thought, how come this is a Sanctuary? entire region is so dry and non...  more »
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