Rainy season to the end of winters is the best time to enjoy this wondrous sanctuary. The most ideal way to enjoy this retreat is, taking a walk around the natures cradle while befriending various species of the Bustard family. Look around for the Black and Gray Francolin, the Spotted and Indian Sangrouse, Quails, Larks, Shrikes, Coursers and Plovers. And if you are lucky, you might catch fluttering glimpses of rare species of Stolicska’s Bushchat and White-naped Tit. If you keep walking northwards towards the coastal area of Jakhau during winters, you might get greeted by large flocks of flamingos, Herons, Egrets, Sandpipers and other birds dwelling in the salt-reservoirs and the creek.
A climb up the watchtower and vigilance will surprise you with flocks of Indian Gazelle and wolfs spotting the entire landscape, while a drive around the sanctuary will acquaint you to the friendly nilgais.
Being a responsible nature lover is our way of showing reverence to Mother Earth, a few tips for you to remember-
No smoking whatsoever (cigarette butts cause many forest fires.)
No flash or intrusive photography (for example, don’t pluck leaves to clear a better view; reposition the camera instead.)
Do not carry any music system or sound making device along with you and remember to keep them switched off if you are driving around.
Picking plants or insects prohibited; do not remove anything from the park.
No quick or sudden movements to scare off wildlife.
Do not try going to close to the animals.
No pets should accompany you.
No littering. Trash is only to be disposed of in proper receptacles.
No hunting devices or other weapons should be carried, as well as used.
Carry lots of water.