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The Ranthambore Safari Tours

Surwal Lake

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Set against a graphic background, Surwal Lake is where you ’ll find complete solace after seeking the audacious exhilaration and passing a memorable safari. The lake is one perfect position for a print- stop and for raspberry- watching as you observe flocks of colorful raspberry species swooping down together to catch their prey from the water.
The view of the lake, especially at daylight and evening is splendid, still, this lake is n’t imperishable and dries out in summer, so make sure you head then especially during the thunderstorm or in downtime.

Surwal is a shallow lake located about 10 km from Sawai Madhopur. This seasonal lake is a delightful birding spot surrounded by acres of lush farmland. Avid bird watchers flock to this lake early in the morning, especially from November to March, before the sun wakes the world from its sleep.

It is an area where many wild birds can be seen. You will be amazed to see painted storks, spoonbills, flamingos, gray geese, salas, demoiselle cranes and different species of kingfishers on the shores of a lake, in blue water or in perfect formation in the sky. You can sit by the lake and enjoy yoga or have a picnic and watch the sunset. Be overwhelmed by the blissful scenery.

This is an area where many wild birds can be seen. You will be amazed to see painted storks, spoonbills, flamingos, gray geese, salas, demoiselle cranes and different species of kingfishers on the shores of a lake, in blue water or in perfect formation in the sky. You can sit by the lake and enjoy yoga or have a picnic and watch the sunset. Be overwhelmed by the blissful scenery.

Surwal Lake is the perfect place to spend an early winter morning or a lazy afternoon. But the water in the lake he dries up with the onset of summer in April. As such, it remains off-limits to tourists until the monsoon arrives and the lake fills up again.


Location : - Near Soorwal Village, Megha Highway, Rajasthan 322027.
Timings : - 06 : 00 AM to 08 : 00 PM (but rather after dawn and before dusk).

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