The thick, green foliage enveloping the sanctuary and the gurgling sounds from nearby streams make Chandra Prabha Wildlife Sanctuary an ideal place to unwind, whether you want to escape from the madness of Varanasi and go on nature trails or want to bond with family or friends over a picnic.
The entrance fees is ₹30 for Indians and ₹350 for foreigners. Further, parking charges are ₹10 for two-wheelers, ₹50 for cars and ₹100 for bus.
Nearest Airport: Varanasi Babatpur Airport(90km)
Nearest Railway Station: Varanasi Junction(70km)
Reach Varanasi by air or railway, which is well-connected to the rest of India. After reaching Varanasi, hire a taxi to Chandra Prabha Wildlife Sanctuary. If you're are concerned about the high cost of taxi, take a local bus to Mughalsarai and from there, a shared Jeep to Chakia. From there, you'll have to get another Jeep that will drop you off to the sanctuary.
Stay in Varanasi at one of the following places:
Safarnama Varanasi(₹1,500 for two including breakfast)
Nadesar Palace(₹25,000 for two including breakfast)
Lord Vishnu Guest House(₹60 for two including breakfast)
Best Time To Visit
The Wildlife Sanctuary is at its best during monsoon in the months of July and August. Hence, July and August and October to March are the best months to visit when the weather is pleasant.