The Ralamandal Wildlife Sanctuary, spread over an area of five square kilometers, once served as a hunting spot of the Holkar maharajas of Indore.
This oldest wildlife sanctuary of Madhya Pradesh is a treat to wildlife and botany enthusiasts, photographers and nature lovers alike. With the Narmada River flowing by, the sanctuary abounds in deer, wild hare, tigers and a wide variety of birds.
Come, join us to capture some 'wild' moments and cherish them forever!
This guided tour is free.