• October 23, 2021

EsselWorld Bird Park makes its Instagram followers nostalgic with a testimonial video series on #NationalPicnicDay

Mumbai, 23rd April 2021: While most of us are back at home keeping ourselves and our loved ones safe and protected from the pandemic, the only thing that keeps us going on are the fun memories of our picnic days that we have captured on a camera or our smart phones! On #NationalPicnicDay, EsselWorld Bird Park shares a video and photo series of the guests sharing their cherished memories of their visit to the Park on its Instagram Page. Launched in April 2019, India’s first interactive Bird Park surely gave some beautiful and implausible experiences to the guests that are still freshly etched in their minds.

The guests shared a mixed bag of joyful moments that they had spent at EsselWorld Bird Park. A guest spoke about how they liked the fact that they could see so many exotic birds at one glance which they have only seen on TV or internet or on digital platforms. Moreover they spotted the birds flying around and moving around freely as if they had actually walked into their house or territory giving them the feeler of walking into the nature. Another guest mentioned about how the Bird Handlers were so friendly, knowledgeable and shared so much of information about the exotic birds which made the whole trip meaningful and worthwhile. The video also had a guest talking about the Bird presentation and the feeding session that he enjoyed with his family.

“On #NationalPicnicDay, we at EsselWorld Bird Park wanted to share some fun and real life experiences of our guests at the Park so as to make them reminiscence their fun filled and unforgettable memories of their ‘Picnic’ day. We are hoping to reopen soon and give our guests many more ‘Picnic Days’ that our guests are missing,” Mr. Paresh Mishra, Senior Vice President, Sales & Marketing, EsselWorld & Water Kingdom.

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