3 Best Nature Photography Spots In Jaipurby Shruti Sharma Content Curator
Jaipur is the perfect place to be in if you want to make visual poetries depicting the wildlife here. Travellers often think of the city of lakes, when they want to capture nature at its best. Visiting good restaurants in Udaipur, like Padmini at The LaLiT Laxmi Vilas Palace Udaipur, is also a popular activity. But to truly find the hidden gems in India, Jaipur should be on your priority list as well.
Here are some of the best spots in the city to reconnect with the inner explorer in you.
1. Smriti Van
For an untamed natural wildlife experience, Smriti Van has everything that you can explore. There are hundreds of varieties of birds here, that add to the natural charm of the region. You can also take a candid picture of the national bird here, as it hops from one area to another displaying its might in full glory.
Smriti Van is surprisingly also a popular spot for wedding photography as well. Owing to the green landscape and the untouched beauty of Smriti, many couples prefer coming here to claim a spot for their wedding shoot. The garden is covered by many hotel tours, similar to how the top budget hotels in Udaipur offer packaged deals.
2. Chandlai Lake
Chandlai lake is another beautiful spot to capture the migratory birds here. There are regular photo-walks and tours organized around the lake to allow photographers to capture something memorable during their visit. It’s one of the few places in India where the gentle flamingo will be waiting to interact with the black tailed godwits during the afternoon hours.
Chandlai is also a pristine spot for taking wide angled pictures. This is because of the absence of any manmade structures, landmarks, or any buildings of any kind. Whether you’re a smartphone photographer or you have a professional setup, Chandlai offer the best landscape to make your next masterpiece on.
3. Jhalana Leopard Safari
The 2.5-hour commitment is worth the investment, as you explore some of the most exciting wildlife in the area. While the habitat is dedicated to leopard conservation, you can also take beautiful images of other wildlife here.
Capturing the perfect shot is made that much more special when you have the perfect angle on that crouching leopard. Your trail starts by tracking pug marks and using your lens to find a family of four out in the wild.
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