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Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park, Pune

Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
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3.2/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web
The vast Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park spreads across 53 ha (139 ac) housing exotic species, including reptiles, mammals, and birds. Walk through the lush green gardens and see elephants, sloths, leopards, and Indian crocodiles, then visit the snake enclosure, displaying an impressive collection of venomous snakes, such the king cobra, viper, rocky pythons, and many more. The snake pavilion also provides information in Braille. Visit the rescue center for injured and orphaned animals, then meet the true showstoppers; the white tiger and the Bengal tiger. You can take an electric buggy through the park if you're not inclined to walk. The park has plenty of restrooms, but no restaurant. Work out when and for how long to visit Rajiv Gandhi Zoological Park and other Pune attractions using our handy Pune vacation generator.
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  • Highway touch Zoo, Huge parking area, Well maintained Grass and all plants, Nice Lake and various types of birds and animals. 
  • 1. Guest pleasing location, clean and animal friendly. 2. Do not carry any food is what is recommended but humans as always without brains will surely carry food inside. 3. It is a place strictly for ...  read more »
  • We went here with our college friends and saw all the animals. the condition and cleanliness over here is great 
  • Good for childrens, to know more about animals. n snakes. tickets are 15 Rs for adults n 10 for children. Note: If you are college student then don't go with college uniform, they will not allow you to enter inside. (don't know why?)
  • The place is full of greenery. I visited this place in summer in April second week but didn't feel uncomfortable. Also the varieties of wild animals is worth seeing. Particularly the reptiles. Tiger and leopard are also there along with antelope, wild Buffalo and deer. A small collection of birds is also there. Animal are kept with great care. For visitors arrangements of drinking water with resting areas have also been made. And of course the visitors tickets are also kept reasonably priced. The only minus point is that the Park is surrounded by a lot of small vendors reducing the beauty of the otherwise much important and beautiful place.
  • Could have been much better. There have been huge improvements over the zoology parks of the old days, but there should be better viewing areas for people. The park itself is very nice and well maintained. There is drinking water and seating area every few hundred meters. The facility of electronic cars is available, but the shortage of cars means you have to spend hours in queue, or walk your legs off. The snake area is good though.
  • Very nice zoological park! Filled with trees, mammals, birds, reptiles etc The price is very cheap. It costed me 35/- and its worth it
  • Very bad maintenance, I've seen mysore zoo and It's 100 times better than thiz(nothing personal)...lacks variety of proper root to follow, whole zoo is setup like a puzzle...lots of dead ends...expected better from this zoo! It's more like a walking park with no food or water stores!
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