Todgarh Raoli Wildlife Sanctuary
Todgarh Raoli Wildlife Sanctuary is the most unexplored pristine Wildlife sanctuary in the heartland of Rajasthan. It is spread over Ajmer, Pali and Rajsamand districts of Rajasthan, the Todgarh-Rawali Wildlife Sanctuary was established in 1983. 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. Nearest major town is Ajmer, which is 105 km away. Ajmer Junction Railway Station and Beawar Railway Station are the nearest railheads.
The sanctuary is located pretty much in the middle of the Aravalli hill ranges. The sanctuary lies in the Village todgarh which is 25 km from Jassa Khera on NH-8 Delhi-Udaipur Highway.
Inside the sanctuary in Bhagora forest block there is waterfall of height 55 Mt. probably highest in the Aravalli range. Falling of water can be seen in the rainy season. Roosting long- billed vultures & numerous rock beehives on the cliffs just near to it can also be watched. Bheelberi can be approached by a jeep 4 km nature trail.
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