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Banpukuria Deer Park is a small park having some spotted deer inside a fenced area. But if you are visiting the park coming from Mukutmanipur, the journey makes the visit worthy. We went in the rainy season, but it was a sunny day when we...More
The Banpukuria deer park is a beautiful park. If one is staying in the Peerless Resort, he can use his car to the boating point. From there ride on a boat. It is expensive. It takes around Rs 400 for 4 persons. Then the boat...More
Only two deers are there. Deers food you can buy leafes 1/- rupees. Boat to Deer park distance 2.5 k.m, Van fare maximum 100/-. This place is not good, only 2 deers are there, totally waste for time and money.
Visited in a group of 6 on a drizly afternoon in October. The deer needed a lot of coaxing to come and eat from our hands! There were a lot of local children around to coax and cajole the deer for our benefit. They were...More
If you are in Mukutmanipur you must visit this place. Journey to the park is awesome too. First a boat ride to cross the river then need to take a vano. In the deer park you can see a lots of deers are roaming freely....More
In a boat ride from Mukutmanipur, they take you to a few places deer park, shiv temple, mohona etc. you will land in the land of deer park but you have to take a ride in local vans to reach there or you can walk....More
Banpurkuria is located only 2 km from Mukutmanipur. The Park is at a distance of 2 kilometers from the shore can be reach by Motor Van Rs.225 to 250/-. The Park is more like a Deer sanctuary, where you can see herds of Deer roaming...More
We visited this park when we took the boat ride. You have to book one van for travelling inside this park. It would take 45 minutes to cover the entire park. The van gari would take INR 200 for 2 persons. You would watch dears...More
One has to cross the river in a boat to reach the island. There you have to either book a motor van else walk for around 15 minutes to reach the deer park. It is better if you visit the park at around 4pm when...More