It's time to head to Sultanpur bird sanctuary in Haryana, If the only birds you have seen are urban staples like sparrows, crows and mynahs. Established in 1972, the sanctuary was declared a national park at the behest of world-renowned ornithologist Peter Jackson. Home to more than 100 species of birds, some of which come from as far as Siberia, Europe and Afghanistan, Sultanpur is spread over 44 acres.How to get there?
At a distance of 45 km from Delhi, Sultanpur is a few hours drive down the Delhi-Gurgaon highway. There are also several trains from Delhi to Sultanpur.Where to Stay
Rosy Pelican guest house is located in the sanctuary and offers double occupancy for Rs 3900. Non air-conditioned camper huts can be hired for Rs 2700 for a couple.Contact: 011 65091776 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.You can contact the sanctuary on 9953423776 or visit: www.sultanpurbirdsanctuary.com