Having been declared as one of the finest bird watching haunts in the world, Bharatpur National Park is also known as Keoladeo Ghana Wildlife Sanctuary. A romantic 57-kilometer drive from Agra, Uttar Pradesh brings you to the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary in Rajasthan India. The sanctuary derives its name from the ancient Keoladeo temple ruins located within Bharatpur forests.
Marsh forests of Bharatpur offer nesting grounds to more than 300 bird species and plays host to some of the world's most exotic migratory birds in winter. See larks, pitpits, shanks, hawks, geese, buntings, flycathcers, warblers, stints, wagtails, cranes and pelicans among other interesting bird species on a Bharatpur wildlife tour.
Trek through marked forests paths either on foot or on bicycles and enjoy the magic of singing birds as you take pictures of pretty birds poised on enchanting Bharatpur greens on a Bharatpur wildlife tour.
Enjoy lake cruises on the Bharatpur Lake that is very significant with respect to the history of establishment of this romantic bird haunt in Bharatpur India. In 1760, the Ajan Dam was constructed to prevent natural catastrophes due to rains and floods. Consequently a lot of soil was dug out that led to the creation of a massive depression that eventually turned into a lake. The forests of Bharatpur developed around this artificial lake and this area was converted into royal hunting grounds.
The best time to enjoy a Bharatpur wildlife tour is during the months of October to November when these forests play host to Siberian cranes. Besides spotting birds, you are likely to come across wildlife such as sambhar, chital and nilgai.
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