Manipur Zoological Garden
,Manipur Zoological Garden
For the most part, ordinarily called the ‘Gem Box’ Manipur Zoological Garden was set up on second October 1976 and from that point forward it spends significant time in the conservation and reproducing of uncommon species. In the sense, the Manipur Zoological Garden is home to around 400 normal and uncommon types of creatures and winged creatures. Visiting the nursery, once could see the rich greenery all around and feel loose in the quiet climate as it is encircled by the slopes on all the sides. Rambling over an enormous zone, the nursery gives haven to the Eld’s Deer which is likewise called Thamin. Other than this, one could even detect the Slow Loris, Himalayan Bear, Python, Hoolock Gibbon, Flying Squirrel and Leopard Cat and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. Likewise, alongside the creatures the nursery is a home to the uncommon feathered creature species called Nongin and 55 other fowl species that keeps the environment upbeat and musical.
Attraction: Loktak Lake and Sendra Island, Kangla Fort, Tharon Cave, Shaheed Minar, INA Memorial, Keibul Lamjao National Park, Langthabal, Singda Dam, Shri Govinjee Temple, State Museum, Phubala, Three Mother Art Gallery, etc…
Best time to visit: Visiting during the winter season between November and February letting one enjoy salubrious weather.
How to Reach
- By Air: The closest air terminal is Tulihal International Imphal Airport from Kangla (9.4 km).
- By Rail: The closest railroad is the Dimapur railroad station.
- By Road: NH-37 (Imphal-Jiribam expressway), NH-2 (Imphal-Dimapur interstate), and NH-102 (Imphal-Moreh roadway) and numerous private transports accessible.