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Spot The Mighty Bear With Your Love At These 7 Forests

7 Forests To Spots The Mighty Bear With Your Love!

Love spotting bears? Aren't they such interesting creatures? If your answer is yes to these questions, then head to these wildlife destinations with your love to spot them. Check out the reviews shared by HolidayIQ reviewers. 

1. Thekkady: To see the big black bear in action near Periyar lake

Thekkady: To see the big black bear in action near Periyar lake
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Subramanian Pallavoor says, “Ecology at its best. If you want to enjoy the mountains, forests, and cascading waterfalls coupled with a sighting of wild animals this is the place to be in. The range is called Gavi Forest and is one of the last remaining ecological remains of Western Ghats. One needs prior permission of the Forest Department to enter this preserve of wild animals. One needs to go by four-wheel jeep and assistance of local driver is a must who sights and smells the presence of a wild animal in a jiffy. The drive into the forest thick and shrouded in mystery is around 25 km ending in Forest Guesthouse.

Seeing the big black bear moving at full throttle was a sight to behold. Once you reach the guest house you are attached to forest guard who take pains to explain everything in a proper way. ” Read Full Review

2. Kabini: To catch sight of the sloth bear by Kabini River

Kabini: To catch sight of the sloth bear by Kabini River
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Snehal Raibole adds, “An ethereal wild haven flanking the Kabini river, Nagarhole is a blend of dense jungle and open grounds along the river banks, which makes it a perfect for wildlife watching. The park is home to the sloth bear and we never want to miss out seeing the gentle creatures. The wildlife safari experience is something that you'll cherish forever owing to the number of rare animal sightings this park is known for. Make the effort and get up early to watch some of the most colourful and beautiful birds while boating across the river. The mist combined with the chill in the air and the streaks of morning light dancing across the horizon is a sight to behold. Go wild in Nagarhole.” Read Full Review

3. Panna: To find the bears and sloth bears in their natural habitat

Panna: To find the bears and sloth bears in their natural habitat
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Lakshmi Sharath adds, “Beautiful forest but pray for sightings. You can spot bears here and they are really adorable creatures. Chital, nilgai, sambhar pose for you. The River Ken flows through the forest. You can also spot lots of raptors and vultures besides black storks and other water and jungle birds. You can spot crocodiles in the water as well. Wear warm clothes for the safaris. Carry a mask and cover your cameras as there is a lot of dust. Bring a water bottle with you.Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Nivedith Gajapathy says, “Panna National Park is located in Madhya Pradesh, this national park is 50 km from Khajuraho. Apart from the leopard, the sloth bear is the main attraction here and you can find them in their natural habitat.Read Full Review

4. Sawai Madhopur: To watch bear cubs cuddle with Mama bear

Sawai Madhopur: To watch bear cubs cuddle with Mama bear
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Pooran Mal Choudhary says, “Ranthambhore is directly connected by train from Jaipur and Kota. The nearest airport is Sanganer Jaipur. Reserve your sightseeing program online earlier. Best season to visit the park is in April, May, and June. You can see lots of wild animals and you must definitely not miss out on the bears in action here. For accommodation lots of hotels of every category, 5 stars to ordinary can be availed here.Read Full Review

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5. Shimoga: To visit the young bears at Thyavarekoppa

Shimoga: To visit the young bears at Thyavarekoppa
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Tushar Patoliya says, “Thyavarekoppa is situated very close to Shimoga hardly 10km. Public and private transport is easily available, INR 30 is the entry fee per person and 50 for the camera. If you have your vehicle, the vehicle entry fees will be extra. 2-3 hours is the maximum time required to visit. You must miss out on the bears here as they are really friendly.” Read Full Review

6. Golaghat: To view the sloth bear family at Kaziranga

Golaghat: To view the sloth bear family at Kaziranga
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Er. Rahul says “Kaziranga is home to two-thirds of the world's one-horned rhinoceros population and this national park also houses sloth bear. Made unique with a vibrant, well preserved and sustained ecology this park has a very versatile biodiversity which makes Kaziranga National Park a very important and popular tourist destination. Other than the one-horned Rhino which almost defines the area, the park also offers pleasant surprises to tourists. Seeing the sloth bears in actions is an adorable sight.Read Full Review

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