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Off Season Day Trip

We drove from Kanpur. We took a different route going & returning, the better route is Sheoli road... read more

Reviewed 30 August 2016
dedestined
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Kanpur, India
Remote but worth a Visit

Visited the site in December 2014, after a gap of almost five years. History--The two lakes... read more

Reviewed 1 January 2015
KISHOREK
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LUCKNOW
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30 Aug 2016
“Off Season Day Trip”
1 Jan 2015
“Remote but worth a Visit”
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Kannauj, India
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Reviewed August 30, 2016

We drove from Kanpur. We took a different route going & returning, the better route is Sheoli road, via Rasoolpur Bela & Google Maps is quite helpful. Locals too are quite aware of the location of the 2 lakes. The drive is beautiful. We did...More

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Reviewed January 1, 2015

Visited the site in December 2014, after a gap of almost five years. History--The two lakes, canal fed, were declared a bird sanctuary in 1988. Kishore Kumar Sinha IAS, writer of this review, Sandeep Kumar Sharm, forest officer, Kunwar Yogendra SIngh, public representative, and many...More

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Reviewed May 21, 2013

This bird sanctuary is for real lovers of birds specially for migratory and water birds.One should be prepared for remote,rural,less luxuries area but richer in birds than Bharatpur now for 3 years.Bharatpur is deserted in birds but rich in paraphernalia..But birds in Bharatpur no congregation...More

9  Thank ramniwas57
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