Morachi Chincholi-Mayur baug, the 25-acre village of peacocks near Pune,is yet another place no tourist can afford to miss.This village is a model in Agri tourism that is fast catching up in India.Today a short visit to Mayur Baug gives you a quick peep into the rural lifestyle of Maharashtra
Morachi Chincholi showcases a true ideal Indian village with all traditional culture.Peacocks at this place are somewhat used to locals living in the village but are shy to tourists.
means a village of dancing peacocks.
A day’s excursion to morachi Chincholi , Even today, one can find lot of peacocks everywhere in this small village. This village gives you a true feel of Indian countryside! As the veil of darkness lifted from Chincholi Morachi, heralding a new day, it was life as usual for the villagers. The hurly-burly of daily life had begun in the non-descript village.
Peacock is the national bird of India. It is a large and brightly colored bird of the pheasant family native to South Asia, but introduced and semi-feral in many other parts of the world. Morachi Chincholi Bird Sanctuary also makes for a great getaway from the maddening rush of the city; the place is just so serene and beautiful that you would wish to stay a bit longer each time you visit here.
Morachi Chincholi bird sanctuary is situated in Pune. The national bird is the master of its own will in this corner of Maharashtra. Morning and evening are the best time to spot the peacocks at close quarters. It is the time when the birds come searching for food close to human habitations.
Increasing number of tourists from Mumbai and Pune have been making a beeline for the village. Morachichincholi Bird Sanctuary is actually a small village in Pune district. For the purpose of sheltering and nestling of the birds, the tamarind trees have been maintained in this sanctuary