Asola-Bhatti Wildlife Sanctuary is a Wildlife Sanctuary that lies on Delhi-Haryana border as well as northern parts of Faridabad and Gurugram districts of Haryana state. It occupies an area of 32.71 square kilometres. The Sanctuary contains one of the last surviving remnants of Delhi Ridge hill range and its semi-arid forest habitat and its dependent wildlife. Asola-Bhati Wildlife Sanctuary derived its name from the Asola village, located near Tughlaqabad in Delhi NCR. It opens from 9:00 AM and closes at 5:00 PM all days except Saturday and Sunday.
The flora of the Sanctuary consists of Plant species that include butea monosperma, anogeissus, Wrightia tinctoria, Indian elm, neolamarckia cadamba, prosopis cineraria, tinospora cordifolia, etc.
Mammals: Monkeys, Nilgai, Indian leopard, jackals and many more.
Birds: European roller, black francolin and grey-headed fish eagle.
There is no best time to visit the Wildlife Sanctuary. It can be visited all over the year to witness the beauty of nature, meet a huge variety of wildlife species.
Nearest Train Station: The Nearest railhead is New Delhi Railway Station which is located at a distance of 9km from the Sanctuary.
Nearest Airport: The nearest airport is Indira Gandhi International Airport which is located at a distance of 21km from the Sanctuary.
Road Accessibility : Public transport like a bus or a metro and private taxi can be taken to reach the Sanctuary.