Daranghati 1/1 by Tripoto
Sonali Gurung
This Sanctuary is located near Rampur Bushahr, in Shimla District, Himachal Pradesh. Daranghati, located above the Daran Village is known for being one of the unexplored and remotest passes in the lap of Himachal Pradesh. This destination is well-known for its wildlife sanctuary. Himalayan Black Bear, Brown Bear, Himalayan Palm Civet, Barking Deer, Musk Deer, Flying Fox, Goral, Indian Hare, Stripped Hyena, Himalayan Ibex, Leopard, Himalayan yellow throated Marten, Serow, Blue Sheep, Common giant flying Squirrel and Himalayan Weasel are the animals that are found over here. There is a network of bridle paths and inspection paths in the sanctuary. Visitors are advised to seek assistance from the forest staff posted at Dofda and Sarahan. The area is ideal for those who love to trek along mountain heights. Its mesmerizing beauty can leave you astonished. If you wish to feel the nature in its purest form, then Daranghati is the ideal destination. The Jubbarhatti airport is 23-km from Shimla and 150 kilometers from Rampur. All major domestic airlines cater their services from here to Shimla. One can catch direct flights from Delhi. Roads connect this capital city of Himachal with other places in the state as well as other major towns and cities. There is regular bus service from Delhi and Chandigarh as well as ordinary, semi deluxe, deluxe and AC coaches for Shimla are available too. Rampur is at a distance of around 132 km from Shimla. A fine network of roads connects Shimla to all major cities in India.