In Gurgaon district of Haryana, there is Sultanpur National Park and Bird Sanctuary. After reaching 15 km from Gurgaon and 45 km from Delhi, this Sanctuary can be visited. This national park enhances the beauty, where there are green trees and pink, yellow and orange bushes. About 250 species of birds are already present here. In addition to local birds, birds coming from Siberia, Europe and Afghanistan can also be easily seen in the Sanctuary.
Sultanpur National Park is the perfect place to see the beautiful birds. Here you can easily see the birds flying and walking on the trees. In winter every year about 90 migratory species of birds is found. Including Siberian Cranes, Greater Flamingo, Black Wing Stilt, Eurasian Wigan, Black Tailed Gotwit, Spotted Redshanks, Blue Throat Pipat. Well some of these migratory birds such as Asian Cole, Eurasian Golden Orion, Comb Duck , You Blue cheek Bee-eater and coal can also see in the summer season. Apart from these, Nilgai and Black Bug are also present in this Sanctuary. Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary takes about 1.50 hours to walk around.
There are also parking arrangements for restrooms and drinking water in the Sanctuary. Apart from this, an Educational Interpretation Center is also available to give information to tourists about every kind of information related to this place.
How to Reach:
Indira Gandhi International Airport is the nearest airport, from where the distance of Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary is 48 km. You will get taxis easily from Delhi airport to reach here.
Gurgaon Junction is the nearest railway station. By the way, Delhi (46 km ) railway station can also be reached here. You have the option of accessing the metro station too. Cab and taxi facility is unavailable at the railway station.