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10:00 AM – 2:00 PM
1st April to 15th October- 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM , 16th October to 31st March- 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Relax in the garden area after you have had a meeting with all the animal friends out here. No alcohol or tobacco is allowed inside the zoo. Vehicle trip charges and photography charges are extra Wheelchair facility and cloak rooms are available. Sharp instruments are prohibited inside the zoo. Any outside eatable except baby food is not allowed inside the zoo. The zoo remains closed on all Fridays and National Holidays Polythene bags, big bags and inflammable articles are not permitted inside the zoo.
Rs 40/- Adults, Rs 20/- senior citizens, Rs 20/- for children, Free for children below 3 feet, Rs 200/- for foreigners


Simply known as the Delhi Zoo, This is the main and only zoo in the city. The zoo is filled with gardens and wild animals of all kinds such as mammals, reptiles, birds and plants. The plants present here include many with medicinal importance and a regular conservation program for flora and fauna is executed from this zoo. Mainly because of the initiative and good work of the zoo authority and officials, the Delhi Zoo has been rated one of the best common zoos all around the country. However there are many rules and regulations to be followed for all visitors who enter the zoo. It is also our duty to contribute towards the welfare of our country’s natural heritage of which birds, animals and plants are a major part. for this, following the rules and regulations is extremely needed.
Once you cross the road, you find yourself in the front of one of the best zoo in the country – Delhi Zoo. I have taken a tour of it which would take around 2 hours if you love animals.
A huge hit with anyone below the age of 12, the Delhi Zoo can make for a great way to pass your day, especially if you’re on a date and wish to enjoy a little boating for two after. Where: Mathura Road, New Delhi Price: INR 40/head for Indians and INR 200/head for foreigners {Closed on Friday}