Govind Pashu Vihar National Park and Sanctuary (Uttarakhand)


Govind Pashu Vihar National Park and Sanctuary is in India. The park was established to protect the endangered species of Snow Leopards.

Birds commonly seen:

It is home to many endangered species such as Golden eagle, Steppe eagle, Black eagle, Beared vulture, Himalayan snowcock, Himalayan monal pheasant, cheer pheasant. Other small birds seen are Owls, Pigeons, Minivets, Bulbuls, Parakeets etc.

Nearest airport:

Dehradun (190 km)

Nearest railway station:

Dehradun (190 km)

Nearest bus station:

The entry point of the national park, Naitwar is well connected by road. Regular bus service is available from Dehradun to Naitwar.

The nearest town from the park is Dharkadhi, about 17 km from the park.

Best time to visit:

April to June

September to November.

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