Get ready to experience the splendor and natural beauty of Deepor Beel—an amazing wetland and home to several species of exotic birds. The word Deepor Beel originates from the Assamese word “beel” that means a “lake”. Deepor Beel is an interesting wetland under the supervision of the Ramsar Convention in Assam and was enlisted as an important lake in the region in the year 2002. On the basis of its environmental and biological importance, this lake has also been involved in a number of conservation measures and is an undertaking of the Ramsar Site. Deepor Beel, one of the biggest lakes across the whole of Brahmaputra valley is also a representative of the topographical feature “wetland”—in the bio-geographic region of the Burma Monsoon Forest.
This lake lures bird watchers and nature enthusiasts alike and is a specimen of a typical irrigation plot or wetland in Assam. Here, you can sit back and watch a diverse range of birds that include White billed Eagles, Lesser Adjutant, Storks, Spot billed Pelicans and so forth. Deepor Beel Bird Sanctuary is situated close to the throbbing city of Guwahati and is easily accessible by air, rail and road alike. Visited by thousands of tourists across the year, the picturesque and sylvan landscapes of this sanctuary cover a sprawling stretch of 4.14 sq. km.
|Timings|| All days of the week 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM|
|Visit Duration||3 hours|