Superb experience with nice view and govt restaurant nearby. Perfect place for a picnic with friends band family! Recommended to spend at least half a day here if not more. Place has got kids friendly boating too.
I spent my last day in India at this lovely reserve. It was the perfect place to end a birding holiday in India and a real gem within an hour of Delhi (depending on traffic). There is a wide variety of habitats and I compiled a list of over 100 species in about seven hours. A guide is a real benefit if you aren't familiar with the wildlife and this needs to be arranged in advance. If birding isn't your thing then the tranquil atmosphere alone is worth the trip; there were a number of families and couples here just enjoying a walk. My group had lunch at the reserve restaurant which was very nice and inexpensive. Probably a good idea to book for a meal as it was very busy on the Thursday I was there.
My family forced me for outing some different places. So we're planning going to Sultanpur lake & birds sanctuary. Because this place near to Gurgaon & so much good we enjoy playing & see many types of birds. Thanks
Reach there early morning to see the nature in action. The place is a short drive away from the hustle of bustle of Gurgaon city. An awesome place to watch birds and photograph as much as u can. Birds of different varieties migrate here in different seasons of the year. I have noticed a wide variety of birds when I visited n early March. And the place is ideal too if u want to have a calm time with friends and family. Just find a good spot near the lake and lay down to enjoy the climate and bird sounds. Taking Food inside the sanctuary premises is strictly prohibited.
Its rare to find a place so close to the busy metropolitan cities of NCR that's not touched by artificial luxury. The Sultanpur bird sanctuary , hardly 20 Km from the main Gurgaon new city , has plenty of migratory birds that flock the oasis of marsh land , a rarity in Gurgaon. Over the past decade efforts have been made to protect and gradually expand this natural depression of wet land to allow more birds to come and nestle during the cold winter months. We have been there a couple of time now and its always a delight to see hundreds of birds , the ducks and swans , herons , kingfishers of different varieties , floating in the marshes or resting on the branches of the trees . There are a few families of deers and sambar . The entry fee is nominal , there is food available nearby , a small park for the children too. Have not tried the tourist complex yet but seems to be a nice complex . For the more serious bird watchers , the Bharatpur bird sanctuary is just hours away near Vrindavan and fatehpur Sikri.…
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