About Ambardi Safari Park

Situated on the mighty Shetrunji river banks, the Ambardi Wildlife Interpretation Zone (popularly known as Ambardi Safari Park) is located approximately 7 km from Dhari taluka in the Gujarat state. Established in 2017 to create another unique destination for wildlife lovers and enthusiasts, it spans over 365 hectares. The beautiful undulating terrain, proximity to a large water reservoir, and the famous Khodiyar temple give visitors a unique and unforgettable experience. It offers a remarkable diversity of flora and fauna with a feel of a savannah type landscape and can be viewed as an extension of Gir forests' eastern part.

The forethought behind the park's conception was to augment the Asiatic lion conservation efforts further and raise awareness among the masses to connect them towards the cause of conservation. Diverse plant species creates an assemblage of habitats that are needed for the proliferation of wild species. It shelters a healthy population of the Asiatic lion, Indian leopard, chinkara, blue bull, spotted deer, Indian porcupine, monitor lizard, birds and much more wild fauna.

How to Reach Ambardi

By Road

Easily accessible through road from Amreli-Dhari-Kodinar state highway from Amreli. Una-Tulasishyam-Dhari and Una-Jamwala state highways from Una. The nearest bus stand (Dhari bus stand) is 5 km away from the park, while the nearest inter-city bus stand is 9 km away.

By Rail

The main railhead situated on the western railways' meter-gauge railway line is around 6 km from Dhari.

By Air

Person can come via flight up to Dhari,Rajkot Airport, Which is 140 km nearest from Ambardi Safari Park.

Time Table
Vehicle Type Particulars Morning Timings Evening Timings
Note: Ambardi Safari Park remains closed on every tuesday.
Permit Charges
Vehicle Type Particulars Indian (In Rs.)
1 Person
Foreigner (In Rs.)
1 Person

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