Vadla is a small village situated in Lakhtar in Surendranagar District of Gujarat. It is located around50 KM from District headquarters Surendranagar. Vadla is a wetland 28 km away from Nalsarovar. The Vadla wetland is now hosting to numerous species of birds. Here folks can go on foot to watch the birds. The sight is a feast to eyes. Lately, water from the Narmada dam has been released attracting various species of birds. You can watch birds with ease and one does not need a ferry/boat to reach close to the birds. You can enjoy the sightseeing of the birds basically in the winter season because that is when the birds migrate to this awesome newly invented place by one of the scientist birds.
It is wetland and thus has attracted many species. It is believed that Nalsarovar, ones a massive wetland has ended up drying and thus gripping birds to search for alternative wetland, which made them ended to Vadla. The Mallika Gam waterbodies in Vadla is turning into a new spot for the migratory birds. Apart from visitors who are into bird watching and love spending their time amidst nature and water have to pay no fees. It is free of cost. You can get a glimpse of your favourite migratory birds free of cost.
It is an easy way to reach Vadla. It is situated at about 90 km for the metropolitan city Ahmedabad. You can reach easily via two-wheelers, motorbike to make your bird watching easy and enjoyable. Early morning is the precious and best time to spot the birds at the rise of the dawn. You can get a glimpse of so many migratory birds at the break of the dawn. It is worth the time spent. It is situated near the other bird watching sites of Nalsarovar and Thol lake.
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