Bethuadahari Wildlife Sanctuary, Purbasthali

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Nature / Park · Wildlife Area
Bethuadahari Wildlife Sanctuary is situated in the Bethuadahari town (Nakashipara area) of Nadia District, West Bengal, India. The sanctuary is located beside National Highway 12 (old no NH 34). The sanctuary covers 67 hectares, and was established in 1980 to preserve a portion of the central Gangetic alluvial zone.
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  • One can falls for the jungle of Bethuadahari, situated near about Krishnanagar in Nadia district. It takes more or less 4 hours from Kolkata through NH 34. The forest of Shal, Segun gets deep to...  more »
  • I went to this sanctuary with my family on 25th December, 2020...we were so exited about the place but after going there we were not satisfied by the sanctuary... N here is my honest review...  more »
  • This a small forest, actually a sanctuary. There are many deers, peacocks, Nil Gai, Rabbits, and the forest like surroundings. You can feel this place like a forest.. The entry fee is 50 rupees.
  • The forest is seem to large but the behaviour of the guird is very rough and slang.... They cant allow to move all of the part except some part but the ticket price is too much high to visit this place.....I FEEL GIULTY TO VISIT THIS PLACE BY BEHAVIOUR OF FOREST SEQURITY
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