Touted as one of the best and most-visited tourist attractions in Hyderabad, Ramoji Film City is every movie lover’s paradise. While planning a visit to this expansive studio complex, most people focus entirely on its cine-magic attractions. However, did you know that the film city also houses many ecological attractions that take you one step closer to nature? Yes, we are talking about the Eco Zone located within Ramoji Film City. This specially designed zone houses four unique attractions – a bird park, a butterfly park, a bonsai garden, and a string of terrace gardens. We offer an exclusive tour, namely the Eco Tour, that takes you through these attractions.
Want to learn more about each of these attractions in detail? Here’s everything you should know about our Eco Tour that takes you on an astounding journey through the wonderous and colorful creations of nature.
- Wings, the Exotic Bird Park
One of the major highlights of our Eco Tour is Wings, the exotic birds park at Ramoji Film City. True to the name, it houses an amazing range of winged wonders from across the world and is counted among the largest aviaries in the continent. The whole park is beautifully designed and features a green landscape complete with plants, shrubs, slices of rocks, and waterfalls. Some of the most popular inhabitants at the bird park include Macaws, Parakeets, Chilean Flamingo, Toucans, Victoria Crowned Pigeon, Lorikeets, Pheasants, Parrots, Great Blue Turaco, Chattering Lory, and Manchurian Crane, to name a few.
That’s not all! The park is partitioned into different zones, each housing a different species or type of avifauna. In addition to the Free Zone, there are special zones for ostriches, caged birds, and water birds. Wings, all in all, is an ideal place for your kids and adults to experience the beauty and diversity of nature’s creations. No wonder, it tops the list of bird parks in Hyderabad as well as in the whole country.
Interested to know more about this exotic aviary and the national and international occupants that call it a home? Check out our blog on Wings Birds