Open Time : 11:00 to 17:00
Entry : free
Address : Jaisamand Lake, Rajasthan
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Why to visit Jaisamand Lake
The second-largest man-made lake in the nation, after Govind Ballabh Pant Sagar, is Jaisamand Lake. The Jaisamand Wildlife Sanctuary, which is home to a number of endangered animals and migratory birds, surrounds it. The tribe of the Bhil Minas still calls one of the seven islands in Jaisamand Lake home. Out of all of them, "Babaka Bhangra" and "Piari" are the names of the two largest islands.
Things to do in and around Jaisamand Lake:
- Many different types of migratory and permanent birds and animals can be found in the Jaisamand Wildlife Sanctuary. The wildlife reserve is currently being converted into a game sanctuary.
- The greatest way to experience the entire lake is by boat. The vast area captivates visitors with stunning sights everywhere, ranging from mansions to wildlife refuges.
Entrance Fee For Boating at Jiasamand Lake:
- INR 30 per person for Boat ride (Indians)
- INR 80 per person for Boat ride (Foreigners)
FAQ on Jaisamand Lake
How to reach Jaisamand Lake?
It takes around an hour to go there from the centre of Udaipur, which is about 50 miles away. To go to Jaisamand Lake, rent a local bus, a taxi, an auto-rickshaw, or a tongue from anywhere in the town. Moreover, daily buses go from Udaipur's district administration to Jaisamand.
When is the best time to visit Jaisamand Lake?
Although Jaisamand Lake is attractive throughout the year, it can be difficult to take in its spectacular splendour on hot days. So, the best times to visit Jaisamand Lake are in the months of July and August.
Whata re the places to visit near Jaisamand Lake?
In near proximity is the stunning temple known as Deveswar Mahadev Temple. Around the 9 miles surrounding the Jaisamand Lake, one of the most fortunate Deo Somnath temples may be discovered. A lovely tourist destination with a rich history and culture is located adjacent to the lake: the Ruthi Rani ka Mahal, erected by Maharana Jaisingh.
What is the entry fee of jaisamand wildlife sanctuary?
The ticket price of Jaisamand Wildlife sanctuary is Rs. 10 for Indians and Rs. 80 for foreign residents.
The best time to go is just before sunset. While you're here, don't forget to visit the Jaisamand Wildlife Sanctuary. The forest department occasionally opens and closes the palace, which is situated on a hilltop adjacent to the lake. If you intend to visit the palace, you must first inquire.
By Rebecca Lal
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