Majathal Wildlife Sanctuary
The domicile of the numerous wildlife sanctuaries in the state of Himachal Pradesh is in India. These sanctuaries help the visitor to enjoy the natural heritage, clean and fresh weather and a wide variety of wildlife species housed in. The other attractions of the sanctuaries are trekking, knowledge gain on wildlife and bird watching and the jungle safaris.
Majathal wildlife sanctuary is the part of Shimla and Solan district that are in the state of Himachal Pradesh. The Majathal wildlife sanctuary is located on the Shimla-Bilaspur Highway that is at a distance of 10 km from Karaghat to Kashlog. The visitors have to walk from the foot of Kashlog to reach the sanctuary. The Majathal wildlife sanctuary is spread over an area of 39.4 sq. km. The sanctuary came into existence in the year 1962 and later it was re-notified as the wildlife sanctuary in the year 1974.
Another attraction the Majathal Wildlife sanctuary is the facility of the trekking for the visitors. It houses the very sporadic species of animals like Gorals and Cheer Pheasants. The sanctuary is continuously on the progression of increasing it vicinity over the terrains of the Himalayan range. The visitors can set up the tents in the night to have a stay in the vicinity of the Majathal wildlife sanctuary. The night stay in the tent surrounded by the rich wildlife gives the visitor an unforgettable experience.
The surroundings of the Majathal Wildlife sanctuary have rich green coverage of grass. The sanctuary has dense forests that have oak trees, moru species and Kharsu. The only type of conifer that grows in the area is Chir Pine.
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