Overview/Itinerary

Keoladeo National Park is listed among the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in India and it is a hotspot for bird watchers in India. It is also known as Keoladeo Ghana National Park or Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. Bharatpur national park covers 29 km of land and it is surrounded by woodlands, dry grasslands, wetlands, woodland swamps. Ghana national park is considered a paradise for nature lovers as it houses 366 bird species, 13 species of snakes, 379 floral species, and a wide range of invertebrates. Ghana bird sanctuary is considered to be among the richest bird areas in the world and it houses thousands of migratory birds and visiting migratory birds every year.

 

Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary​ Travel itinerary

Day One: Transfer to the Bharatpur Wildlife Sanctuary

The tour will start as our representative will pick you up from the train station. Our tour representative will then take you to the hotel in Bharatpur, where you will relax in the morning. After you have freshened up at the hotel, our tour guide will then meet you at the hotel where we geared up for our first trip into the park. We will enjoy a quick glimpse of the sanctuary where we will spot varieties of birds before we head back to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay.

 

Day Two: Excursion into Bharatpur Sanctuary

On the second day, you will take your breakfast early in the morning, and our tour executives will then come and meet you at the hotel. They will then guide you on an exciting day out in the park. On this day, you are going to enjoy fascinating birdwatching sessions with nature experts. You will also go on an exciting boat ride around the sanctuary where you will get close-up interactions with the animals in the park. After a fun-filled day, you will then be guided back to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay.

 

Day Three: Transfer from the hotel to the train station

After breakfast on the third day, you will have enough time to relax and pack your belongings before you will lodge out of the hotel, and you will be conveyed to the train station.

2 Nights 3 Days Available on request
FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions

How to reach Keoladeo National Park?

This park is among the top places to go for bird lovers in India and connected to major Indian cities like Agra, Delhi, and Jaipur in Northern India. You can quickly get to the park by air, road, or rail. If you are planning to find by air, it is best to go travel by air to Agra as it is close to the bird sanctuary. You will easily find daily flights to Agra from the major cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Varanasi, Jaipur, and Lucknow. You can quickly get to Bharatpur by rail as many rails ply from Mumbai and New Delhi. The city is also well connected by road, and you will find a regular bus service to the park from the major cities in the country.

 

Biodiversity Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary 

Flora 

The park is called Ghana locally because of the thick woodland that covers the region. The park dotted by tropical dry deciduous trees, swamps, and medium-sized trees and bushes. You are going to find Jamun (Syzygiumcumini), Kadam (Mitragynaparvifolia), and Babul (Acacia nilotica) in the northeastern part of the park. In the open forest, you will find babul, ber, and Kandi while the Scrublands filled with Ber and Kair. You are also going to find Piloo (Salvadorapersica) in the park.

Fauna

The highlight of the park is the numerous migratory birds that migrate to this forest from as far as Siberia and Central Asia to spend their winters in Bharatpur. Some of the migratory bird species that you will find in the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary are Pelicans, Eagles, Geese, Cranes, Ducks, Stints, Warblers, Hawks, Pipits, Flycatchers, Larks, Shanks, Wheatears, Buntings, and lots more. You are also going to find 13 species of snakes, 50 species of fish, seven amphibian species, seven turtle species, and diverse invertebrates in the park.

 

Activities to do at Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary or Keoladeo national park

Explore the Bird sanctuary India pools, ponds & marshes to spot many waterfowl species. It is one of the best bird-watching locations bird sanctuary in Rajasthan, with over 300 species of birds recorded so far.

Visit the ornithological museum to learn about birds, their habits & habitats. The forest department organizes daily safaris. Trekking, cycling & camping facilities are also available on demand. Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary or Keoladeo national park is a protected area in the Indian state of Rajasthan.

Experience nature at its best Listen to birdsong while walking along or take a boat ride on the lake. The sanctuary offers you an array of activities that would make your experience worthwhile while exploring nature at its best! Beautiful Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary in India

 

 

 

Places to visit in Bharatpur

Bharatpur tourist places planning your trip. Bharatpur is a city in the Indian state of Rajasthan and is famous for its rich heritage and natural beauty. 

 

 

1. Lohagarh Fort, Bharatpur

Located in Bharatpur and built by the Jat rulers, this fort has stood solid against any strikes that it has received throughout the hundreds of years that it's been standing. The Lohagarh Fort is one for the history books—and not only because of its significant architectural value but also because it's captured the interests of many concerning architecture students and historians. One look at this monument, and anyone can tell that it is unique and marvelously constructed, so much so that looking at it seems like a dream come true for those with such an interest.

The Lohagarh Fort in Rajasthan, India, stands like a brick wall against the invasion of enemies. This fort was built by Maharaja Suraj Mal, the 8th ruler of Bharatpur, in 1733 A.D. and is situated at Bharatpur city. The building has the perfect blend of both Hindu and Mughal architecture principles. The interiors are well decorated with finely done mirror pieces and floral designs, thereby attracting the attention of many art lovers to explore its intricate quality. Lohagarh Fort is on the top list for people who love prancing around historical monuments with great architectural marvels.

 

2. Banke Bihari Temple

Vrindavan, considered one of the holiest places in Uttar Pradesh, is home to a stunning temple devoted to Lord Krishna. Swami Haridas, a guru of the famed vocalist Tansen, established Shri Bankey Bihari Mandir, which houses the picture of Lord Krishna in the "Tribhanga" pose. This temple, built-in 1864, worships Lord Krishna in the shape of a child, also known as "Nand Gopal." The Banke Bihari temple, next to the Radhavallabh temple, is one of the Thakur of Vrindavan's seven temples. Because Banke means "bent in three places" and Bihari means "Supreme Enjoyer," Lord Krishna's image appears to be bent in three places.

Haridas Swamiji, a notable saint, and singer nurtured outstanding talents like Tansen and was also thought to be the reincarnation of Lalit 'Sakhi,' Lord Krishna's female friend. Known initially as Kunj-Bihari, the figure of Bihariji in the Shri Banke Bihari Mandir is thought to have been given to Swami Haridas by the celestial couple Shyama-Shyam themselves. It is said that the Lord arrived in person with his holy consort and then vanished after succumbing to the demands of the believers, leaving behind an attractive black image.

The Bihariji's Seva is distinct in its own right. Shringar, Rajbhog, and Shayan are done in three sections every day. Shringar (which includes bathing, clothing, and adorning with jewelry such as crowns and necklaces) takes place in the morning, Rajbhog (feast) in the afternoon, and Shayan Seva (Shayan meaning sleep) in the evening.

 

 

3. Keoladeo National Park

Bharatpur National Park, the Keoladeo National Park, is a well-known avifauna sanctuary and a bird-watching paradise inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. In the Indian state of Rajasthan, the Bharatpur National Park contains a patchwork of dry grasslands, woods, wooded swamps, and wetlands. Locals call it Keoladeo Ghana National Park, a 29-kilometer reserve home to 366 bird species, 379 flower species, 50 fish species, 13 snake species, and seven turtle species.

Bharatpur Palace, which dates from the 2nd century, exemplifies the grandeur and splendor of Mughal-Rajput architectural architecture. The magnificent palace, which is entirely made of white marble, has been turned into a heritage hotel. •Kamra Khasê, a small piece of the palace, has been turned into a museum.