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Himalayan Foothills

Imagine an evening’s drive along the foothills of the Himalayan mountain range. Our journey into the 7 zones of the Night Safari begins in this rocky terrain marked by arid vegetation and steep slopes.

Bharals
Amid the sound of gushing mountain water, you will be greeted by the sight of the Himalayan tahrs. In their naturalistic habitat, these wild mountain goats can be seen standing sure-footedly on the rocky outcrops. This habitat is also home to the bharals. Watch them grazing peacefully in the night and you’ll be able to see why these animals are also known as blue sheep.

On a rugged hillside, you’ll want to watch out for the world’s largest wild goat, the markhors. Looking more like creatures out of a fairy tale, they owe their mythical appearance to their long corkscrewing horns. And just before you cross over to the majestic Indian Subcontinent, keep a lookout for other mountain dwellers like the mouflons, ancestors of the domestic sheep.