MAKE FEATHERY FRIENDS FOR LIFE!
You have seen them on TV or in virtual world. You have heard them in the stories. Come meet them here in person, talk to them and be friends with them.
India’s first exotic and interactive bird park, the first of its kind, EsselWorld Bird Park takes you up-close and personal with some of the most fascinating sights and sounds from the avian world. Our walk-in aviary is home to over 400 exotic birds from more than 50 species of Volant, terrestrial and aquatic birds. The star birds are African Grey Parrot, Blue Gold Macaw, Cockatiel, Rainbow Laurakeet, Toucan, Chattering Lory, Sun Conure, California Quail, Golden Pheasant, Ostrich, Black Swan, Carolina Wood Duck and Crowned Crane, among many others. The park is spread over an area of 1.5 acres.
EsselWorld Bird Park gives you an unique opportunity to not just watch and observe, but also immerse yourselves into the enchanting world of feathered creatures and interact with them in their natural habitats.Mindful of the importance of bird conservation, EsselWorld has roped in experts to take utmost care of the birds and preserve their new habitat in a natural and eco-sensitive manner.
EsselWorld Bird Park has been curated by the world’s leading ornithologists & conservationists to create an experience that is truly authentic and enjoyable while keeping the health and safety of the birds uppermost in our consciousness.
Our free-flight aviaries host a range of bird terrains ranging from rainforests and lakes to deserts and rocky decks. The park’s lush green spaces are covered by terrestrial plants, ferns, shrubs, bushes, aquatic plants, trees & creepers to provide every bird with an environment that is perfectly suited to its unique needs. Over 150 species of special plants and trees have been planted to suit the birds’ natural habitats. Additionally, foggers & misters have been installed to create micro climatic ecological conditions of rainforest habitat. With these special arrangements in place for bird enrichment, EsselWorld Bird Park gives the birds every chance to develop their natural skills.
Monday to Friday : 10:00 am to 7:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday : 10:00 am to 8:00 pm