Find Nandankanan ticket price 2023 for toy train, boating, tiger safari, ropeway, and parking here. Nandankanan ticket online booking website is www.nandankanan.org. Nandankanan Zoological Park remains closed every Monday.
|Child (3 to 12 years) Entry Fee||Rs 10|
|Adult (More than 12 years) Entry Fee||Rs 50|
|Foreign Nationals Entry Fee||Rs 100|
|Handy-Cam Photography||Rs 100|
|High-end Video Camera Photography||Rs 500|
|Movie Camera Photography||Rs 4000|
|Perambulator Children Facility||Free|
|Lion and White Tiger Safari||Rs 30|
|Bear Safari||Rs 15|
|Herbivore Safari||Rs 15|
|Battery Operated Vehicle (Unreserved)||Rs 80 per individual|
|Battery Operated Vehicle (Reserved)||Rs 1000 per group for 1 hour|
|2-seater Paddle Boat Boating||Rs 50 for 30 minutes|
|4-seater Paddle Boat Boating||Rs 100|
|6-seater Paddle Boat Boating||Rs 150|
|Toy Train (Adult)||Rs 50|
|Toy Train (Children more than 3 yrs)||Rs 30|
|Bicycle Parking||Rs 5 for 6 hours|
|Two wheeler Parking||Rs 20|
|Three wheeler Parking||Rs 30|
|Four wheeler Parking||Rs 50|
|Bus Parking||Rs 70|
|Cloak Room for luggage||Free|
Nandankanan Zoo moved towards cashless transactions by introducing an online ticket booking facility on 29th December 2016, which marked its 57th foundation day. From April to September, it remains open from 7.30 AM to 5.30 PM. From October to March, the time is 8 AM to 5 PM.
Tourists can also book online tickets for picnic sheds, rest houses, and cottages in the state botanical garden by logging into its website. Now, apart from selling tickets over the counter, the entry fees and tickets for cameras meant for the zoo can be purchased online through debit, credit cards, and Internet banking.
“An additional amount of Rs 2 will be levied on each entry ticket purchased through debit or credit cards. The online tickets for other reservations, except those for zoo entry, can be purchased a month in advance. The tickets booked online cannot be canceled,” said zoo director.
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Zoo officials said the initiative would help them save Rs 10 lakh annually. “While the maintenance of the online booking system will cost around Rs 3.5 lakh, the printing of tickets used to cost Rs 14 lakh annually,” said an official. The zoo has also roped in with a bank to provide the visitors with the facilities of swapping machines at the counters.
Director informed that a CCTV surveillance system through Wi-Fi mode has also been introduced in the zoo. As many as 43 cameras mounted on 18 poles will cover the entire visitors’ paths to monitor any unlawful and disruptive activities in the animal park. The project, estimated at Rs 91.3 lakh, has been executed by Electronic Corporation of India Limited.
On the occasion, Nandan, the wild tiger that had walked into the park triggering a wave of controversy, was also released to a public exhibit area. Two normal-colored male cubs, offsprings of Nandan and Megha, were also taken into an enclosure with their mother. A life-sized sculpture of ‘Kanan’, the tigress which had made Nandankanan its home in 1967, was also unveiled.
A new jackal enclosure, spread over 950 sq mt, was unveiled for visitors. Designed with a dry moat and enrichment features such as wooden platforms, stone caves, a stilt root cave, water trough, the enclosure has six feeding cubicles with a drop gate system and a keeper’s corridor.