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Himalayan Zoological Park

Set up in 1991, Himalayan Zoological Park is the first zoological park of its kind in the North-Eastern area of India. The Park fulfills the impression of cutting edge zoo, where the creatures are kept in imitated regular conditions. The Park has been set up, to safeguard the untamed life, without irritating the animals and keeping them in their normal habitat. Situated in Bulbuley, Himalayan Zoological Park is at a separation of 3 kms from Gangtok. At a height of 5,840ft (1,780 mtrs), the Zoological Park additionally tenders a mind blowing perspective of Mt. Khangchendzonga. This Park sprawls in a territory of 205 hectares in the bumpy terrain. The Government of Sikkim under the Department of Forest, Environment & Wildlife is controlling the power of Himalayan Zoological Park. The powers are additionally wanting to keep, the Himalayan species of creatures and flying creatures that are found in high terrains.
Vrinda Dujari
Second stop- Himalayan zoological park (3 km from Gangtok)If you happen to be a person who likes to watch rare and wild animals while hiking through a park-cum-forest, then this is certainly the place for you. You can very easily spot snow leopard, red panda* (state animal of Sikkim), Himalayan bear, and civet cat inside the park which aren't typically seen in other parts of India.
Dheeraj
6) Himalayan Zoological ParkOne of the best places I have ever been to. A zoo in between the hills. Here you can find some rare animals like Blue Goat, Snow Leopard, Red Panda etc etc. A must Visit place. But keep in mind you have to walk a lot through the elevation. There is also a bird sanctuary adjacent to it. Must Visit PlaceThe Entry Point to the Zoo...
Hazelgirl
Himalayan Zoological park: Got to see the red panda, snow leopard
Anil Kulung
2. Himalayan Zoological ParkHimalayan Zoological Park is one of the best places for wildlife lovers.It is famous for Red Panda, Himalayan Black Bear, Snow Leopard, Tibetan Wolves, Himalayan Palm Civet and various other animals.  Most part of the park is covered with forests of Red Panda, Blue Sheep, Musk Deer, Barking Deer and Himalayan Black Bear. The main objective of the Park is to preserve wildlife in natural habitat.Travel Tips: Keep a respectable distance from the animals and avoid feeding them.Opening hours: 9 AM – 4 PM from Monday – SaturdayHow to reach: The park is situated at a distance of around 3 km from Gangtok at Bulbulay. The entrance to the Himalayan Zoological Park is along a small pathway, opposite to Ganesh Tok. You can take a cab to reach here.
Kanchan Shaw