Parks in Sonbhadra

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Salkhan Fossils Park

Salkhan Fossils Park, officially known as Sonbhadra Fossils Park, is a fossil park in Uttar Pradesh, India. It is located 12 km from Robertsganj, near Salkhan village on state highway SH5A in Sonbhadra district. The fossils in the park are estimated to be nearly 1400 million years old.

Hathinala Biodiversity Park

This spot at 50 km south of district head quarter, is located on Robertsganj – Duddhi Road. An artificial waterfall was created here by Britishers and was used chiefly as hunting place. There is a rest house of forest department which is available to tourists also.

Kaimoor Wildlife Sanctuary

The sanctuary reaches generally east and west along the Kaimur Range, extending to the Son River at its eastern end, and to the border of Madhya Pradesh at its western end. It was established in 1982.

The vegetation consists of 500 square kilometers of verdant land. The topography of the region is as varied as the types of animals that it houses.

Son View Point​

Son View Point, also known as Eco Point Robertsganj, is an Eco Garden in Sonbhadra district, India. The panoramic view of SonValley is best witnessed from this point.

The place is thronged by tourists during the monsoon season as it provides a very beautiful and picturesque view of the valley, including small rainy waterfalls that mushroom during the season.

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