A rich and old forest, predominantly covered by very tall
teak trees, mango groves and gigantic creepers comprises the Vansda
National Park. The forest is extremely dense and some parts are dark even
during normal daytime.
THE WILD POPULATION
The forest is a habitat of monkeys, deer, a few leopards and a wide species of birds. Hyenas, wild boar, sambhar, four horned antelopes and a rich variety of bird and plant life are also found here.
Permission is required to enter the park.
Air: The nearest airport is Vadodara, 200 kms away.
Rail: The railway station is Billimora, 40 kms away.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT
Deputy Conservator of Forests, Valsad.
Deputy Conservator of Forests, South Dangs.