Located 22 kilometers from the Jammu and Kashmir state capital of Srinagar, Dachigam National Park forms almost half of the Dal Lake’s catchment area. One of India’s famous wildlife sanctuaries, the park boasts a wonderful variety of game and birdlife in its numerous habitats. The park is the natural habitat for hangul stag, the endangered species of red deer in the world. Added to this, the park is also home to other animals typical to the state such as musk deer, black or brown bear, leopards and migratory birds. You can find a trout fish farm in the sanctuary. One of the biggest natural reserves in India, Dachigam National Park is a favorite with the wildlife enthusiasts. In order to explore the park you will have to obtain permission from the wildlife authorities.
Be more in touch with nature at Dachigam National Park. The thick forests of Dachigam present a dazzling view together with a glacier fed rivulet flowing right through the middle. One of the most beautiful parks in the world, Dachigam can easily qualify as a place of utmost tourist attraction for its sheer scenic grandeur.
Dachigam National Park also offers a wide variety of accommodation. You can get a wide range of variety in accommodation in Srinagar.