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In Your 30's With a DSLR? 7 Wilderness Areas to Chill at!

In Your 30's With a DSLR? 7 Wilderness Areas to Chill at!

You've bought yourself a DSLR but work has kept you from using it? Capture India's wilderness and double it up with a relaxing getaway. HolidayIQ Travellers present a list of destinations that are best bets for wildlife photography.

1. Sasan gir

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Saurabh Gupta says, “Gir is home to Asiatic lions and numerous other animals and birds. Lions are the major attractions of the jungle. Gir is popular and well maintained place in Junagadh District of Gujarat the best time to visit Gir is during winters."

HolidayIQ Reviewer Gupta says, "Antelopes, Monkeys, Panthers, Blackbuck, Jackals, foxes, A Wild Boar, Leopard and birds like Indian Pond Heron, Egret, Kingfisher, Owl etc. Altogether it was a very good close look at the royal animal in their natural habitat.”

2. Corbett

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Pratham Tyagi says, “Land of breathtaking, escape to one of the most beautiful forests in India on foothills of Shivalik range offer something for every Nature lover.”

HolidayIQ Reviewer Partha shares, “People go there to see tigers, which will depend on your luck. Do understand you are not going there just to sight the tigers, so many species of Deer, Sambars, Monkeys, Birds, Reptiles can be found there. The view of the forest and the river itself is breathtaking.”

3. Ranthambore

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HolidayIQ Reviewer arhum jain says, “we missed to watch the Tiger but yes we heard them roar. Amazing views here, clicked many photos for good memories."

HolidayIQ Reviewer Vidhi Khandelwal adds, “Anyone wanting to see the nature and its wonders up close must visit Ranthambore National Park at least (I went twice on different visits). It has a serene atmosphere with the occasional animal sounds. You need to take a safari”

4. Mudumalai (Masinagudi)

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HolidayIQ Reviewer sudhir nair adds, “The forest stay was exciting from day one, with lots of sightings of beautiful peacocks, Deer, Languors, Birds, and if lucky(like us) loath Bear, en-route to the Masinagudi LOG Hut (It can be booked through the forest dept). The Log Hut is in thejungle and at night, one can hear thejungle come awake with sounds of roars, chirping of birds and sounds of the wild boar and Elephants. ”

HolidayIQ Reviewer Nitin Taregharkar shares, “Mudumalai wildlife sanctuary is quite popular with nature lovers. It covers the area Bandipur in karnataka, Mudumalai in Tamil Nadu and Wayanad in Kerala state. ”

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5. Sariska

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Raj Beniwal adds, “Just took the Jeep safari at Sariska and enjoyed the wilderness of Sariska for next three hours. It's jaw dropping beautiful and full of Deers, Monkeys, Boars, Peacocks, and if luck smiles on you, you can meet the Royal Bengal Tiger”

HolidayIQ Reviewer vaibhav adds, “Relief from chaosful life and in the lap of nature Sariska is a great place for nature lovers and for adventure seekers. You can see and feel the nature, wildanimals very close to you. The valley of Aravali Hills makes it a good serene place to visit. ”

6. Bandhavgarh

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HolidayIQ Reviewer nagraj says, “Big Cat-A wonder of the nature! Our trip from Kanha, made us enter Bandhavgarah. Bandhavgarh is smaller area compared to Kanha. Lucky to meet the Tiger here. We stayed at the accommodation offorest dept. The accommodation was twin sharing small bungalows, very well maintained and excellent natural surroundings. ”

HolidayIQ Reviewer Mousima Chatterjee shares, “As we entered into thejungle a number of Peacocks and Deer ran across the road. We stopped and clicked some photos. After this we got chance to see Wild Boar, pugmark but no luck with Tiger. ”

HolidayIQ Reviewer Husain Shabbir says, “One of the best places to spot Tigers in the wild in India. The reason is mainly because of the density of Tigers in the region. Bandhavgarh has one of the highest density of Tigers in India. ”

7. Kaziranga

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Isfaqur Rahman says, “A place where you can see One Horned Rhino Kaziranga National Park is located in Golaghat District of Assam. ”

HolidayIQ Reviewer Vikram Subramanyam adds, “The Elephant ride is highly recommended as it takes you close to theanimals and Rhinos, Deer, Wild Elephants are easily sighted, but Tigers is a rarity. ”

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

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