Gorewada Lake (Nagpur – Maharashtra – India)

 Gorewada Lake (gore-wada) means “gore” Britishers “wada” spot is an artificial lake made by Britishers is situated on the north-west corner of Nagpur city. It is created with a dam 2,350 feet long. Sunset at Gorewada Lake as viewed from the waterworks section.

In 1912, Gorewada lake was developed by the water works department as the primary drinking water source for Nagpur's 1.01 lakh population. Bordered by thick forest, Gorewada lake and its surrounding is the habitat for avian species and some wild life. The government of Maharashtra has started to develop a 1914 hectare safari in the forest regions surrounding the lake. Information by many newspapers claimed that it would also roll out he first night-safari in the country. The proposal was a long-drawn one, first proposed in 2005 and the safari started only in 2016. Leopards, Indian deer, Indian Peacock and some more species can be occasionally spotted.

Road near Gorewada lake termed as Gorewada Ring road. Many celebration lawns (open air) are situated in this area. Nearest area to Gorewada lake is Hamid nagar , azka road , jafar nagar , Zingabai Takli, Borgaon and Gittikhadan.

Veeranpuzha Beach (Ernakulam – Kerala – India)

  Veeranpuzha is a lake in Kochi, Kerala, India. It is the northern extension of Vembanad Lake.