Jasrota National Park

Situated in Jammu's Kathua district, Jasrota National Park is a stunning location that presents a blend of rich history and natural beauty. It covers ten square kilometres in total. A great getaway from the bustle of the city is offered by the serene surroundings and abundant vegetation. The sanctuary, which is abundant in flora and fauna, serves as a natural habitat for a range of mammals, including cheetal or axis deer, wild boar, rhesus monkeys, and others. The abundance of migratory birds along with peafowl, red jungle fowl, jungle bush quail, green pigeon and blue rock pigeon will also delight birdwatchers, making it an ideal location for bird watching. Jasrota National Park is becoming an important location for the conservation of endangered species, which is an intriguing fact about it. The habitat is being safeguarded in an effort to maintain the species' survival in its native habitat. Travelling to Jasrota is more than just a trip; it's an educational experience that immerses you in the natural beauty and rich heritage of the area.

  • Best Time to Visit: March to May (bird viewing) and September to March (mammal viewing)
  • Ideal Duration: 2 to 3 hours
  • Distance From Airport: The nearest airport is in Jammu which is 70 kms away.
  • Distance From Railway Station: The nearest railway station is in Kathua which is 22 kms away.
  • Distance From Road: It is situated 72 kms away Jammu and 18 kms away from Kathua.
  • Travel Tips: Bird watching, wildlife watching, nature walks, relaxation and photography
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Vaishno Devi & Patnitop
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No: JMU2023-01

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