The Darrah Wildlife Sanctuary was set up in 1955 and covers a zone of 250 sq kms today. It was at one time the hunting grounds for the Maharaja of Kota before he gave it over to the government. At the Darrah haven, there are spotted Deers, Wild hogs, Bears, Sambhars, Leopards, Panthers, Wolves, Sloth Bears, Chinkaras and Antelopes.
The sanctuary is some of the time shut during the storm (as a rule from early July to mid September). Experience monstrosities and wildlife aficionados can anticipate a superb time at Darrah. To be sure from wilderness safaris to treks, there are parts to see and do at the Darrah Sanctuary. Plus, the sanctuary is likewise home to numerous uncommon trees and plants with therapeutic qualities. Sent at 3:35 PM on Friday.