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Go Bird Watching With Your Love at These 7 Wildlife Destinations

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Give a whole new meaning to your honeymoon by going on a bird watching spree with your love to these 7 wildlife destinations. Check the reviews shared by HolidayIQ reviewers. 

1. Wayanad: To visit Pakshipathalam Bird Sanctuary

Wayanad: To visit Pakshipathalam Bird Sanctuary
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Joji Joseph says, “Really worth visiting the place and got to see rare birds too; Pakshipathalam Bird Sanctuary at Mananthavady is inside the forest and after taking permission from the authorities we started from Thirunelli Forest boundary by jeep.  We could hear the chirping of the birds since the wind was not strong. After traveling about seven or eight kilometers we went for exploring and found few rare birds.” Read Full Review

2. Corbett: To catch sight of bird life near River Kosi

Corbett: To catch sight of bird life near River Kosi
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Pratham Tyagi shares, “The River Kosi has a charm of its own and attracts birds to its lap. One can often practice Yoga or enjoy a lazy family time on banks of the river. A hardcore wildlife person can indulge in Dhikala gate where booking opens 45 days prior to stay.” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Tanvi Gupta says, “The travel in the jeep, through the rough roads, spotting birds was awesome...There were some cool spots in between for clicking amazing pictures.” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Deep Kalaria adds, “Best National Park in India; It's the best and biggest National Park in India with a variety of ...birds...You can also enjoy camping.” Read Full Review

3. Thekkady(Periyar): Bird-watching by the Periyar Lake

Thekkady(Periyar): Bird-watching by the Periyar Lake
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Niladri Banerjee adds, “ The Periyar Lake, situated ideally in the center surrounded by forests and mini hillocks, which are home to a wide variety of birds. Depending on your luck you can see different species of birds and much more strolling around the vast expanse of open landscape.” Read Full Review

4. Kumily: Bird watching through boat rides

Kumily: Bird watching through boat rides
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Saurav Sinha Choudhury adds, “It's a nice place to visit for sightseeing; Don't get fooled by the name "Periyar Tiger Reserve", one won't spot any tiger there....the boat ride with vast stretches of water with water birds all over is a sight to capture in one's lenses.” Read Full Review

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5. Ranthambore: For its White-Throated Kingfisher and more

Ranthambore: For its White-Throated Kingfisher and more
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Aniket Sharma adds “Ranthambore Tiger Reserve is famous for its fort & tiger sighting at the most prestige Rajbagh Lake and is also home to many bird species. Also, passing around this maalik talav, you can catch sight of many rare species of birds like White-throated Kingfisher, Long-Beaked Kingfisher, Indian cormorant etc.Read Full Review

6. Idukki: For its bird sanctuary at Bhoothathankettu dam

Idukki: For its bird sanctuary at Bhoothathankettu dam
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Joji Joseph adds, “Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary is situated by the side of Bhoothathankettu dam in Kerala which is situated 50 km away from Ernakulam. During the boat journey through the tranquil water in the reservoir, we can see the reserve forests and rare birdsRead Full Review

7. Thattekad: For its Asian Paradise-flycatcher and more

Thattekad: For its Asian Paradise-flycatcher and more
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Dev Raj says, “ I stayed there for 2 days and discovered beautiful species of birds including Indian Pitta, Malabar Trogon, Malabar Barbet, Srilankan Frogmouth, Indian Robin, Blue-throated Blue-flycatcher, Asian Paradise-flycatcher, Black Baza, Crested Goshawk, Dollar Bird, Asian fairy blue, White-bellied Woodpecker, Flame-throated bulbul, Grey-headed Bulbul, Brown-breasted flycatcher.” Read Full Review

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