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Get In Touch With Wildlife At These 6 Way-Out Destinations

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Planning to enjoy the beauty of nature and wildlife? Here are some of the best destinations in India as recommended by our HolidayIQ reviewers. 

1. Wayanad

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Abhishek Anand says, “The journey started from the airport in a car, the weather was hot, although a little greenery along the way it's more like a developing concrete city. We had our brunch at a local hotel which turned out to be the best food joint we discovered, find below pic of the authentic mallu food, we also had 3 varieties of fish and beef. The sightseeing had started on our way to hotel and we covered the following places on ” Read Full Review 

HolidayIQ Reviewer Pallavoor Subramanian says, “Natural wonder Trek to the top of the caves is tough and is not for the weak hearted. The caves have inscriptions dating back to several centuries and are intact. It is believed that Jains who settled here several years ago were responsible to discover this natural wonder.” Read Full Review

2. Havelock Island

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Deepika Ashwant says, “Best white sand beach Radhanagar Beach is such a beautiful and a must visit spot for any beach lover. I should say I discovered my love for sandy beaches and emerald forests in the very place. With lush green vegetation hugging the clear aqua blue waters the beach looks picture perfect. No wonder this white sand beach being named the Asia's best beach. We went to Andamans during Monsoon so the beach was empty and we were the only ones to swim through the shallow waters like the Boss. Due to Monsoon all the adventure activities were stopped. So to try them you have to go there between November-Februray. Overall the best beach I have ever been to.” Read Full Review

3. Bandhavgarh

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Jetal Shah adds, “Bandhavgarh - Nature's Paradise Our trip to Bandhavgarh in May 2008 was the first step of the never ending journey of discovering Wild India. Having visited different parks around India in these nine years we thought it was time to head back to Bandhavgarh, the place where the wildlife photography bug had started. A friend recommended Mr. Mukesh Burman's (Mobile No 9425344631) name as the man to go while planning a trip to Bandhavgarh. Our stay at Nature Heritage Resort, pick up & drop from Katni station & the most important of all Jungle safaris (with same driver in all safaris - very important from a wildlife photographer's point of view) were nicely arranged to our utmost satisfaction.” Read Full Review

4. Gulmarg

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Neha Bhamburdekar says, “Back to History. Those who are crazy about history and architecture as well as stories and archaeology, this place is a must visit. Those ruins just take you back to the history and imagination of how the temple would be. In some way I found this place different than all the old temples I had been to. Many of you might not connect too, but don't leave a chance of visiting these ruins. Also, find a guide if possible to know how this temple was discovered, it just adds the effect required.” Read Full Review

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5. Thekkady(Periyar)

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HolidayIQ Reviewer SUBRAMANIA PALLAVOOR adds, “Ecology at its best If you want to enjoy the mountains, forests and cascading water falls coupled with sighting of wild animals this is the place to be in. The drive through the forest is exhilarating which City dwellers like us cannot get daily. We sighted at least two herds of Elephants in their full majesty at close range. In addition we saw a big Black Bear moving in full throttle. In addition countless number of Black Tailed Monkeys, Giant Squirrel etc; are common sight. Once you reach the guest house you are attached to Forest Guard who take pains to explain everything in a proper way. The visit covers trekking for 5 kms up the hills, visit to forest museum, boating in gavi lake, visit to gavi falls etc.” Read Full Review

6. Ranthambore

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Hitesh Popat shares, “Great experience at Ranthambore. Tigers were there at route 3 and 4. Ranthambore fort was OK-OK but safari was good. We discovered 2 tigers once in route 3 and one in route 4. We stayed at Sher villas. The hotels were reasonably priced with all the amenities. Cultural programs were complimentary from hotel and singer was very good. Over all I would say Ranthambore is a place good enough for 2-3 days. One can do a couple of safaris and visit to Ranthambore fort (just OK). Nothing much there.” Read Full Review

The views above are collated from opinions expressed by travellers on www.holidayiq.com

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