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5 Spots To Enjoy Birding For The Couple Who Loves To Indulge In Nature

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Who doesn't like birds? Here are 5 places to take off to with your partner and enjoy spotting winged beauties throughout the day. 

1. Mysore: Ranganthittu and Karanji Lake are two famous places to spot migratory birds

Mysore: Ranganthittu and Karanji Lake are two famous places to spot migratory birds
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Rahul Fadnavis says, “We went on a tour in Jan-2017. Booked a cab from Bangalore to Mysore. On the first day, we went to the Ranganthittu bird sanctuary in the morning. This is a paradise for bird watchers. I will recommend visiting this place as it is unique in its own way and blessed with natural beauty and different species of birds.Read Full Review

2. Singapore: The Jurong Bird Park is a world famous bird lovers paradise

Singapore: The Jurong Bird Park is a world famous bird lovers paradise
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Jenifer Sayyed adds, “Jurong Bird Park - This is Asia's largest bird paradise with over 5000 colourful birds across 400 species. We enjoyed watching these beautiful creatures. Penguins can be seen at the entrance, macaws were fun to watch and got a chance to hold birds on wooden sticks.” Read Full Review

3. Sunderbans: Spot the Small Minivet and the Mangrove Whistler

Sunderbans: Spot the Small Minivet and the Mangrove Whistler
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Sanjay Singh adds “Visit to Sunderbans is a must for nature lovers. What I like most is the peaceful and noiseless environment of Sunderbans. Here you will get to hear the birds sing almost throughout the day. January is the best time to visit this place for a lifetime experience.” Read Full Review

4. Ranthambore: Exotic birds like Hornbill and Kingfisher are common here

Ranthambore: Exotic birds like Hornbill and Kingfisher are common here
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HolidayIQ Reviewer mahipal adds, “Your journey is successful if you get to see a tiger, however, you will encounter several species of birds and deersRead Full Review

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5. Corbett: The Forktail and Brown Dipper are two of the rare species you get to see here

Corbett: The Forktail and Brown Dipper are two of the rare species you get to see here
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Bharat Bhushan shares, “ I went to Corbett with my family. Best time to go on a Tiger Safari is early in the morning. Try and stay inside the Jungle's forest guest houses or any resort to enjoy river Safari and bird watching.Read Full Review

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