Reserve Forest Sanctuary, Mashobra
Located at the distance of 4 Km from Mashobra, Reserve Forest Sanctuary is covered with plantations of oak, cedar and pine. Blessed with huge varieties of flora and fauna, the sanctuary is one of the largest watersheds of Asia. It is surrounded by the Indus River and a home of various flora, fauna and avifauna.
The forest includes pine, oak, cedar and rhododendron, as well as maple and horse chestnut, combined with shrubs, grasses and wildflowers. Wildlife lovers may also spot kakkar (barking deer), jackals, Himalayan eagle, and leopards in the sanctuary. Besides, birds like Himalayan eagle, pheasant, chikor and partridge are also spotted here. This forest offers an opportunity to spot a huge variety of flora and fauna while holidaying in Mashobra. So, once you visit here, you must visit this attraction with your friends or dear ones as you'll definitely have a wonderful thrilling experience to cherish forever.
Picnicking, camping and trekking are few activities that adventure seekers can experience here.
Best Time to Visit
Summers are the best time to visit the sanctuary that starts from April and ends till June. It remains open all throughout the day but tourists need to take permission from the local authorities for entry.
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