Bhor Saidan Crocodile Breeding Centre is in Kurukshetra in Haryana.
This unique destination is the perfect place for animal lovers and adventure seekers alike.
With a mission to conserve and breed the freshwater mugger crocodile (Crocodylus palustris), Bhor Saidan is one of the 4 crocodile breeding centres in India, and among the top-rated success centres by National Geographic Society.
Take a 13 km journey from the old Kurukshetra Bus Stand, or a 22 km ride from the new sector 10 Bus Stand to immerse yourself in this one-of-a-kind destination. The habitat of Bhor Saidan was established in 1982 as part of the UNDP-FAO Crocodile Breeding and Management Project.
The Bhor Saidan village panchayat generously donated over 15 acres of land, and the Forest Department of Haryana took over the management of the breeding centre.
Today, visitors can see up to 25 crocodiles, including 10 males, 4 females, and 11 young crocodiles, in their natural habitat. Watch these fascinating creatures up close from a high mound inside the tank. The Bhor Saidan Crocodile Breeding Centre is a hidden gem, and a must-visit for those looking to experience India’s wildlife in a unique and exciting way.
So, pack your bags, grab your camera, and get ready for an unforgettable adventure at Bhor Saidan Crocodile Breeding Centre!”