This was a bird sanctuary with impeccable birds but having poor facilities. You should get here by 6:30 sharp to spot more birds and to avoid the intolerable summer heat which exists in the months of March to July.
You will have to take a boat to travel trough the lake. The boats were small and uncomfortable. Also, many insects breed on the water and dragon flies can come near you.
The water is swampy but fresh and clear. It's depth does not exceed 1.5 meters throughout in summer. During March and May there are many birds in the sanctuary so it's best to visit during this time. We spotted the purple heron, white stork, black stork, hundreds of flamingos, seagulls and many more birds whose names were too difficult to remember.
You can get very close to the flamingoes ( around 20 meters away ). If you exceed that than they will fly away like they did with us. But don't worry that sight of seeing hundreds of flamingoes flying is truly worth watching with their impeccable colors. You can chase the flamingoes spot them again and again as the don't fly too far away. It took us 4 hours to do this.
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