It is a drive in zoo where an artificial natural habitat has been created for animals. It has all major speices of animals found in India and is well maintained spread over 202 acres of land. The zoo also has a lion safari which is taken in their vehicle at an extra cost. It is closed on Mondays and other national holidays. Open from 09:00 am – 05:00 pm.
Patiala - Chhatbir zoo 55 kkms
Chandigarh - Chhatbir zoo 20 kms
Delhi - Chhatbir zoo 258 kms
Satluj Waterbody Wetland, Ropar
is one of the best place for bird watchers with over 250 species of migratory birds from Siberia and Russia. The waterbody extends to 30 kms, and there are facilities of water sports like angling, kayaking, canoeing, boating and long distance swimming etc.
Hari-ke-pattan- National Wetland & Wildlife Sanctuary, Amritsar
is also a haven for birdwatchers 350 species of migratory birds in the winter season.
Planning a visit to Punjab read through travelogues to plan your trip
October marks the beginning of the winter season in Punjab. Winters are chilly, as the temperature dips to 0 degrees(night). The Summers stretch from April till June and is hot and dry with temperatures rising to 45°C. The monsoons are from July to September.