Amagarh Leopard Reserve is India’s second leopard reserve, with 16 leopards
Amagarh Leopard Reserve is the second-largest leopard reserve in India. Amagarh Reserve is home to leopards near Galta Ji (a holy place) in Jaipur, Rajasthan. The other name of the Amagarh Leopard Reserve is Amagarh Safari Park. The leopard reserve was established in 2020. The wide Amagarh leopard reserve is surrounded by one of the oldest mountain ranges called the Aravali. In 2018, the Rajasthan Forest Department identified Amagarh as the leopard reserve.
Amagarh Leopard Reserve is spread across 1,524 hectares. The area is filled with diverse fauna and flora.
The current condition of leopards in the Amagarh Leopard Reserve has immensely improved. Thus, Amagarh Leopard Reserve is home to 16 to 20 leopards and other animals. The visitors can easily locate other herbivores and carnivores like the Blue Bull (Nilgai), striped hyenas, porcupines, desert foxes, jungle cats, Indian civets, jungle rats, a variety of snakes, and spotted deer.
Amagarh Leopard Safari was initiated on May 22, 2022, for visitors. The Chief Minister, Ashok Gehlot, inaugurated the safari operation for tourists and visitors. One can spot leopards easily with a great view. The reserve is one of the best places to see leopards.
Therefore, the reserve is gaining a lot of popularity. Plus, the experts have stated that the Amagarh leopard safari will soon be like the Jhalana leopard safari. The popularity rate of the park has increased because of the enchanting view and majestic leopard sightings.