Kukkaranahalli Lake is located in the middle of Manasagangothri, the Mysore University campus. This beautiful and placid lake is visited by a variety of migratory birds during winter. During the winters this lake attracts a lot of bird watchers, who come observe and enjoy the birds. Kukkaranahalli Lake provides boating facilities at nominal rates.
Lingabudi Lakeis in Sriramapura and is about 8km from the centre of the Mysore, the city famous for Mysore Palace. This picturesque lake also attracts plentiful types of migratory birds. The lake has a beautiful lush green park beside it and the entire sight that is presented is one that sooths the mind and soul. There are a number of buses to this lake from the city bus stand. This place is a favourite haunt of nature lovers of the city.
Karanji Lake is located at the bottom of the Chamundi hills and is close to the center of the city. This lake is spread over 90 acres and is home to more than 90 species of resident and migratory birds. The lake also has India's largest walkthrough aviary. The lake has boating facilities that are available on all days except Tuesday. On the banks of the Karanji lake is the Regional Museum of Natural History. With the Chamundi hills as a backdrop makes the lake look picture perfect. The lake and its surroundings allow one to appreciate nature and the Regional Museum that is adjacent to the lake, will help one increase one knowledge about the natural environment in South India and will help one understand the importance of conservation of nature. The lake has a bund on which one can take refreshing walk.
(Last Updated on : 13-06-2013)
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