Todgarh-Raoli Wildlife Sanctuary in Rajasthan
Established in 1983, Todgarh-Raoli Wildlife Sanctuary is located on the convergence of Ajmer, Rajsamand & Pali districts of Rajasthan. It occupies about 495 km2 of tropical deciduous forests and grassland.
Major wildlife includes leopard, wild boar, chinkara, common langur, sloth bears and Indian wolf.
Todgarh-Raoli Wildlife Sanctuary: Summary Sheet
|Districts:||Ajmer, Rajsamand, Pali|
|Wildlife:||Leopard, wild boar, chinkara, common langur, sloth bears and Indian wolf.|
|Nearby Places to See||Dudhaleshwar Temple, Dewair, Bheelberi falls|
Todgarh-Raoli Wildlife Sanctuary Google Map Location
The sanctuary is located in the middle of the Aravalli hill ranges, being based on the village of Todgarh. Nearest major city is Ajmer, which is 105 km away. Beawar Railway Station are the nearest railway station.