With lush green fields on two of its sides, the zoological garden is providing shelter to many endangered and rare flora and fauna species.
Manipur Zoological Garden is the pride of Imphal. Established in 1976, the garden is situated at a distance of around 7 km from the state capital. This uniqueness of the garden has won it the title of 'Jewel Box' of the state. Loaded with greenery, the garden is a treat for nature lovers and wildlife enthusiasts.
Be it flora or fauna, the park enjoys richness in everything. Its rare collection of species allures tourists from different locations across the globe. In park, visitors can spot around 55 species of birds. These birds are not only a treat for bird-watchers but also keep the atmosphere chirpy and melodious. Animal section of this park consists of around 420 species including some rare and endangered species as well. Sangai is the highlight in the animal section. Counted amongst world’s most endangered species, Sangai is only found in Manipur. Lush green surroundings and colourful flora of the garden keep the environment green and soothing.