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Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary in Kutch

   Summer: 30 °C to 48 °C 
·  Winter: 12 °C to 25 °C 
·  Monsoon: July to September

Best time to visit:  October to March

Opening Time: 06:00 a.m.
Closing Time: 06:00 p.m.
Weekly Holiday: Nil

Entry Fees for Indians Adults:  Rs. 10
Children:  Rs. 10
Cameras:  Rs. 100
Video Camera:  Rs. 100
Entry Fees for Foreign Nationals Adults:  Rs. 250
Children:  Rs. 250
Cameras:  Rs. 500
Video Camera:  Rs. 500
Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary is the largest sanctuary in the country. Though this sanctuary is particularly famous for wild asses but one can observe many other species of animals like endangered Ghudkhur, jackals, fox, wolves, desert cats and many other different varieties of birds, reptiles and insects.

Jeep safari is the most enjoyable way to explore the sanctuary since it allows experiencing the natural habitats of the animals from close quarters. There are special tours that are arranged by different operators which may include special photography trips and boat rides in the sanctuary. One can also enjoy camping and trekking tours which are organised by the tour guides but prior booking is a must for that.

Road: Wild Ass Sanctuary is well connected by road but. One can hire a four wheeler like a jeep to reach there easily. Many private and government bus services are available from major cities like Ahmedabad (about 125 km.), Gandhinagar (about 145 km.) and Rajkot (about 131 km.). Several buses and taxis ply regularly to reach the sanctuary area.

Railway: Viramgam Railway Station (about 71 km.) is the nearest rail head to reach Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary comfortably.

Airway: Nearest airport to reach Indian Wild Ass Sanctuary is Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport, Ahmedabad (about 144 km.). Regular flights from major cities are available to reach this place. Buses and private cabs can be hired for reaching the wild ass sanctuary area from the airport.