Location: Abode of flora and fauna, Chail Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the most famous sanctuaries located in Chail, India. This place is easily reachable through Kalka-Shimla route.
Description: Chail Wildlife Sanctuary is a home to various distinct species of animals and birds. The sanctuary is spread over an area of 110 km in Himalayan region. In the year 1976, Chail Wildlife Sanctuary was declared as a wild life sanctuary under Government consideration. The sanctuary lies in a vast forest cover, so you have a great opportunity to see rare and beautiful creatures like Rhesus Macaque, Leopards, Indian Muntjac and Goral Crested Porcupine. Animal Kingdom also has other species like Himalayan Black Bear, Wild Boar, Common Langur, Sambar and Black Naped Hare. Mammals are specialty of this forest area. Former Maharaja of Patiala about half centuries ago introduced European Red Beer, but after 1988 no one was able to see it. You will be definitely astounded to see few endangered species of reptiles and birds.
Activities: March to October is the best time to visit this sanctuary when you can explore incredible natural beauty of this place, as well as catch sights of wild animals in their natural habitat, amidst the dense cover of Oak and Pine trees.