Blog Entry# 1961531
Posted: Aug 13 2016 (14:54)
Last Response: Jan 02 2017 (11:30)
Aug 13 2016 (14:54) MYS/Mysuru Junction (Mysore) (6 PFs)
trainloverfromCR1979~ 235 blog posts 2462 correct pred (69% accurate)
Visit Ranganathitu Bird Sanctury for dense population of storks, egrets, spoon bills, ibis. Boat ride is also available in the river Cauvery where you can go close to Marsh Crocodiles. It was a thrilling experience. We spotted at least 7 or 8 crocodiles and they were basking on the rocks that came out in the middle of the river. This places is more close to Srirangapattan but very less trains stop here so better to hire a car from Mysuru and visit this place.
Jan 02 2017 (11:30)
gurudatharao 251 blog posts 4 correct pred (50% accurate)
Even, there are plenty of city buses going to Srirangapatna from Mysore (Bus No:307, I think) which passes through Ranganatittu entrance and the bird sanctuary is about 800 meters from this spot. Whenever I go to Mysore as a tourist, I always visit this place. Very nice place. I buy a daily pass for Rs.50/- and cover almost all places like Chamundi Hills, Zoo, KRS, Ranganatittu, Srirangapatna and Mysore palace.
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