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7 Gripping Wildlife Spots To Hit In Your 30s

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Want to go to an adventurous wildlife destination in your 30s? Then these 8 spots are the best according to our HolidayIQ reviewers themselves.

1. Manali

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Rahul Pratap Singh adds, “Cool, the calm and scenic environment so relax and feel spirituality Interesting place for understanding the distinctive culture of the Kullu Valley. Hadimba Temple in Manali is, perhaps, the main tourist attraction. Built in the mid-16th century, the temple is impressive appearance and the mesmerizing mystical atmosphere inside. This four-storey wooden pagoda decorated with rich carvings. Outside the temple is decorated with horns of animals sacrificed to Hadimba Devi (which is considered an incarnation of the Goddess Kali). Be sure to take a walk here: Dress up in a bright traditional dress for 50 rupees, take a couple of White Angora Rabbit 10 rupees takeover offer wicker basket with flowers and I also took some pictures for fun among huge Deodar! Recommended.” Read Full Review

2. Jammu

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Anbu Mathika adds, “A perfect picnic spot The Mansar Lake situated in Jammu is the best option for an outing. If you are in a mood of spending some valuable time with kids and your relatives, it will be worth visiting. Apart from this, it is like a mini zoo, filled with many animals like the Deer, Turtles, different types of Fishes and other creatures. After roaming around, you can have food brought from home or you can help yourself with the food stalls inside the lake. There is also a fort inside and one can have a good photo session in it. As I like adventure, I found it less interesting and would not like to suggest this place for those who want to explore and experience something new always. Otherwise, it is a one time type of thing.” Read Full Review

3. Havelock Island

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Nishant Kalra says, “Lifetime experience- Apt for non-swimmers who want to try scuba One will find a high range in scuba diving rates in Havelock, we went for Divine India which is on costlier side but a tried and tested one as one will not take the risk in these once in lifetime activities. Necessary breathing techniques were exercised at diving site. There were few hiccups as I was quite scared due to reason that I never did swimming in my life. But the trainers were quite patient and they also provide alternatives to the technique. Finally, we got ready and dived into the sea. And it was a sort of dream. Water was crystal clear; we could see a different kind of fishes, corals and other aquatic animals.” Read Full Review

4. Dandeli

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Abhishek Sen adds, “Nice stay in the middle of nothing, surrounded by forests It was a pleasant stay at the resort. This place is for the nature lovers. There are 2 or 3 different wildlife sanctuary in the area and is known as a big hotspot. Though there are animals, it is entirely on your luck for sighting one. The evening or morning safari by Government is a must and our resort provided us with a night safari in the package.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Megharaj Birje says, “Hornbill Park Anshi wildlife sanctuary has very dense vegetation. Jeep ride takes us through the jungle, no private vehicles allowed. We were able to see tiger Paw's, Hornbills, Deers, lots of Peacock. It's worth a visit. :)” Read Full Review

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5. Chikmagalur

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Sunil Chaurasia says, “There's a check post to the tiger RESERVE (but didn't spot) where you've to pay for the entry, but you're not allowed to take your own vehicle or even walk through the protected area. Be prepared for a dusty drive.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Kamal Krishnamurthy says, “Excellent Weekend Getaway We went for a 3 days trip to Bhadra Wildlife Sanctuary, Lakkavalli, which comes just after Tarikere town on the Bangalore - Honnavar Road. It's a protected area and a Project Tiger reserve, unlike other tiger reserves in Karnataka, it's least travelled place, which can be verified because Jungle's Lodge River Tern is the only resort in that area. There were 2 things that made my trip memorable, first, the resort location and 2nd is the jungle.” Read Full Review 


6. Rajabhatkawa

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Boudhayan Ghosh adds, “Awesome place to visit Rajabhatkhawa is a silent hamlet in Jalpaiguri district of WestBengal. The experience of climbing up the hill through the forest is richer than the ruins of Buxa Fort. 3. Buxa Tiger Reserve:. 2 nights stay at Rajabhatkhawanis highly recommended. You may reach there by Kanchankanya Express that runs from Sealdah (Kolkata)..” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Shahrukh Sohel says, “Buxa-Jayanti must visit place in Doors tour Buxa Tiger Reserve is 30km away from Alipurduar. It's a hill station as well as forest, you can enjoy trekking experience by visit Buxa Fort. There is an option of safari, you have to travel 4kms through the hill to visit to reach buxa fort from the place you park your car. Try to keep water and umbrella with you.” Read Full Review

7. Kemmanagundi

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Sreejesh Suresh adds, “Serene beauty of the western ghats.You might spot some tigers on the way to this place. On the way back from the trek, we heard a tiger roared at us from the bush. Most part of the hill is now coffee estate. And the rest are tiger reserve.” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Sreejesh Suresh adds, “Awesome landscape and a 360-degree view from the top, you can see the entire mountain range from here and also spot some tigers and Leopards on the way. So carry some water bottles with you and use them to make some noise near the thick plant growth, to avoid sudden surprise to wild animals who might be hiding there..” Read Full Review

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