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Regal Park  -  Nature spotting

The Regal Park complex covers an area of 3.5 acres. Within the complex there are a number of Coconut trees and a Mango Tree. The resident White Throated Kingfisher resides in the Mango Tree and can be frequently seen by the pool. Other birds frequently seen are Kestrels, Eagles & Egrets. We have also spotted a group of three Monkeys on the rear wall. Unfortunately (so far) we haven't managed to capture these on camera

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White Throated Kingfisher This beautiful "resident" of Regal Park is the White Throated Kingfisher. It  resides in the Mango Tree and can be frequently seen by the pool.

It has a distinctive call, to alert you to its presence and the best time to spot it, is early in the morning.

This beautiful Egret was spotted stalking a lizard.

Other "residents" are a number of spectacular butterflies which can be spotted dancing around the flowers
White Throated Kingfisher
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Butterfly Egret

Candolim Beach  -  Dolphin spotting

Spotting Dolphins on the beach is one of our favourite ways of passing the time. Whilst not visible every day, sometimes you can be treated to a spectacular Dolphin display from the beach and these shows are free. Dolphin boat trips can be arranged which guarantee sightings, but not necessarily "jumping dolphins".

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We apologise for the lack of clarity of these photos, but feel they are worth showing so you can get a feel for it. These pictures were all taken from Candolim beach, with the Dolphins about 100~300m away

These pictures were taken whilst the Dolphin(s) were some distance out. To see some closer views (non jumping) click here

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