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Hemis National Park

Travel Information about Hemis National Park

Area: 4,400 km²

State: Jammu and Kashmir

District: Leh District

Best time to visit: May to October

Entry Fees for Indian nationality: Rs. 20 per person

Entry Fees for Foreign Nationals: Rs. 100 per person

Major Wildlife of the park: Snow leopards, ibex, Shapu, wolf and more

Hemis National Park Travel Guide

Hemis National Park is a stunning vacation palce in Jammu and kashmir, which is flanked by 5 unique sightseeing attractions villages specifically Shingo, Chillinga, Yurutse, Rumbak, as well as Sku-Kaya. Offered it’s unspool as well as exotic views, we wager you just cannot withstand the lure of recording it all. Brush up your digital photography skills prior to you hit this all-natural wonder as well as unique landscape!

Why Hemis National Park should be your next Holiday Destinations?

Hemis National Park situated in Ladakh is one of the preferred traveler destination in this area as a result of sufficient factors. Established in (1981), this park is additionally famous as the Snow Leopard in India. Active at a high altitude, it obtained its name after the renowned monastery of Ladakh Hemis Gompa. Famous for being just one of one of the unique tourist attractions this national park a fascinating tourist destinations to explore.

Best time to visit Hemis National Park

The Hemis National forest give you nature enthusiasts a diverse landscape, the hills of lot of shapes and sizes, large flatlands, chilly deserts, as well as a lot more. The mainly barren environment sustains an incredible range of Indian Wild animals, consisting of a few of the rarest and also endangered species. If you are planning to explore the Hemis National forest, then you must do it in between May as well as early October in the year.

Wild animals of Hemis National Park

Hemis high elevation national forest is extremely popular for phenomenal snow leopards and also ibex. One can see the snow leopards really conveniently in the Shang valley of Hemis National forest. Hemis Park also has really healthy and balanced Bharal populace, wolf, livestock, Eurasian brownish bear, argali-a fantastic Tibetan sheep, red fox and lot of more.

Distance from Major Cities

Leh – about 10 KMS

Chandigarh – about 339 KMS

Delhi – about – 571 KMS

Ahmedabad – about 1278 KMS

Kolkata – about 1648 KMS

Mumbai – about 1689 KMS

Bengaluru – about 2310 KMS

Chennai – about 2317 KMS

For more information on Hemis National Park and ladakh holiday packages contact Swan Tours or call 011 234145601.