Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary in Goa
Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary is a small wildlife sanctuary is Goa state, India which is spread over an area of 8 square kilometers.
Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary is a popular destination among school children, nature lovers and tourists. There is a Zoological Park (Zoo), Deer Safari Park, Botanical garden and a Rose Garden.
The park opens at 9 a.m. and is closed on Thursdays. Eco-Tourism Cottages are there for those interested.
Many species of animals and snakes are found in the park. Leopards injured when ventured into human habitations are brought here. The park allows bird watching. Park Range Office provides further information on bird watching.
Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary & Mollen National Park is a nearby wild life sanctuary.
How Do I Go to Bondla Wildlife Sanctuary?
Bondla Wild life Sanctuary is at a distance of around 48.5 kilometers from Panaji, the capital of Goa state. NH 748 connects the park with Panaji. Margao is at around 38 kilometers distance from the wildlife park. Ponda is at 20 kilometers distance from the park. State government owned ‘Kadamba Transport Corporation’ buses connects the park to the nearby cities.