About the Place: Also known as the Lal-Parjan Sanctuary, this is one of the two main locations for the conservation of the Indian Bustard. Covering only 2 sq km, this is one of the smallest bird sanctuaries of the country, but a thriving breeding ground for the endangered birds. The semi-desert area allows for the ‘ghorad’ (local name) to feed on cereal crops that grow in the region.
Brief History: The Bustard sanctuary was set up in 1992.
By Road The nearest bus station is Nalia (20 km). Naliya is also the main nodal town for frequent buses.
By Train The nearest Railway station is Bhuj (110 km).
By Air The nearest airport is Bhuj (110 km).