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8 Nights / 9 Days Golden Triangle with Tiger and Birds Tour

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Bharatpur Tour Packages

Holidays are usually the most fun and exciting time in India, in large part because it is also the season of festivals and the most comfortable climate. While holidays in India are lovely at any time of the year, it is incredibly fascinating: India in general and northern India, in particular, are experiencing a period of coolness, bringing heavy snowfall to the northern and northeastern Himalayan ranges and covering the plains with a chilling wave of cold.

To find fresh new places, learn about the area's history, or discover exotic forests and wildlife while hiking and safari, combined with a perfect holiday. To satisfy both holiday camps, we present the best destination in India, Bharatpur. Bharatpur tourism will best fit your vision of incredible and captivating destinations for the best memorable vacation. This historic city in Rajasthan has the Ghana Keoladeo Bird Sanctuary. This is the most beautiful bird sanctuary globally, containing a wide variety of water birds. Birds use this Sanctuary from faraway countries for their annual migration, and you can even spot the famous Siberian crane if you come here during winter. Take a look at the best of Bharatpur:

Bharatpur, Rajasthan

Bharatpur-Rajasthan Bharatpur, also called the 'Eastern Gate of Rajasthan,' was established in 1733 by Maharaja Suraj Mal. This place was named after Bharat, one of the brothers of Lord Ramayana. Lakshmana, another brother of Lord Rama, is worshiped here as the main deity. The forested area and wildlife of the region deserve special attention.

The Indian city of Bharatpur has long been one of the most popular points of attraction for travelers within the state of Rajasthan. Bharatpur is called the "gateway" to the west of India. One of the most popular places is the Keoladeo National Reserve, which UNESCO has recognized as a World Heritage Site. It is believed that the best time to visit this city is in winter.

The city of Bharatpur is located in northern India, in the Braj region, in the state of Rajasthan. New Delhi's capital is 202 kilometers north, and the nearest international airport is in Agra, 56 kilometers away. The most convenient way to get to Bharatpur is by rail, as it is connected to it in many directions. However, do not save on tickets if you do not want to travel in a crowded carriage. A settlement on the site of Bharatpur appeared many centuries ago.

According to the legends, the city was named after Bharat, the brother of Lord Rama, a deity in Hinduism. Bharat is also known as Laxman, and it is this name engraved in the historical coat of arms of the city. Until 1948, Bharatpur played the role of the principal city of the principality of the same name, and after that, it turned into one of the cities of the state of Rajasthan. Today Bharatpur has a population of 204,000.

Places to Visit in Bharatpur

The best place to visit in Bharatpur, located in the Indian state of Rajasthan; Bharatpur is a city that was once considered impossible or impregnable. Plan your trip with an Indian destination now, and we create the best trip considering the weather and other conditions.

Bharatpur National Park

Keoladeo National Park is a beautiful habitat for exquisite bird species, both native and migratory, and is also home to some other exotic mammal species. Of the great variety of birds that have been observed and reported here, almost 230 are resident or native, while the rest are migratory, traveling from distant lands for the winter.

Thus, many birds can be seen and observed here during the last months of the year, such as ducks, waders, geese, coots, pelicans, imperial eagle, and more incredible spotted eagle, etc. Here, pythons can be observed lounging in the grass, as well as the park is inhabited by nilgai, wild boars, deer, etc., which can be seen very easily. Because winter sees the most inhabitants, it is considered the best season to visit the park, which is otherwise frequented by birdwatchers and tourists—bird lovers and children.

The Sanctuary is one of the most affluent bird areas globally and is known for nesting resident birds and visiting migratory birds, including waterfowl.

Activities in Bharatpur National Park

  • To take the Safari, there are wonderful three options: Rickshaw Safari, Elephant Back Safari, or Jeep Rides. For the best views of the birds, Elephant Safari and Rickshaw Safari are recommended. However, if you want to go deep into the jungles, Jeep Safari is the best option. Jeeps can be booked at the tourist centers outside the main entrance of the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary.
  • The bird safari makes for the most surreal experience in Keoladeo National Park. Catching the live-action of some of the rarest birds in the world, staying on time, and planning a visit as birds from neighboring countries migrate there to spend the winter. The best months to visit the Sanctuary are August to November and October to March.
  • The Sanctuary is spread over 29 square kilometers with well-established forest paths and can be easily covered on foot, a rickshaw, or a cycle. However, motorized vehicles are not allowed inside the Sanctuary facilities. Add a lot of excitement to your bird-watching excursion by going on an early morning or late afternoon boat ride.
  • Rafting on Bharatpur Lake in the early morning or late afternoon is a beautiful and satisfying experience not to be missed at any cost. Boats give for rent to the forestry department.
  • The entire paved road inside the park is around 11 km. It is exceptionally strenuous if you consider walking. However, the first 5km into the park, up to the canteen, is where most birds can be seen. Thus, you may consider walking if you are used to doing so. But, remember, 5 km one way.
  • Rent a bike is another exciting option, which is relatively cheap. It is probably the most reasonable and enjoyable way to explore the park if you are a solo tourist. It would be pretty nice if you had a partner.
  • Giftware Center is located at the park entrance. You can find many wildlife-related books, t-shirts, postcards, magnets, and other simple souvenirs.


Ganga Mandir

This most beautiful temple resides in the heart of the city of Bharatpur. The magnificent deity of Ganga Maharaj stands in it, made of pristine white marble. In the middle of the 19th century, Maharaja Balwant Singh started the construction of this temple. However, he had requested that all the city's wealthy inhabitants donate a month-to-month salary to help the temple of creation.

Deeg palace

The city of Deeg is located at a distance of 32 km from Bharatpur. In Rajasthan, Bharatpur is one of the most important tourist places known for palaces, temples, and gardens. Deeg is a beautiful garden city situated to the north. Deeg'shlight is an impressive fortress surrounded by moats and gates with forts, palaces, gardens, and fountains. The Deeg Palace is located in this city and is known for its architectural beauty.

Various pools, fountains, and plants in the Deeg Palace. There are two large water tanks called Gopal Sagar and Rup Sagar, which help lower the temperatures during the summers. The most exciting part of the Deeg Palace is the Keshav Bhawan. It is a single-story baradari that has an octagonal base. Another exciting feature is the artificial rain and thunder environment created in the palace. The jets of water in the fountains create a monsoon effect, and the heavy metal balls placed around the ceiling produce a thunderous sound.

Lohagarh Fort

Places to visit in Bharatpur Raja Surajmal created a series of palaces and forts in Bharatpur. One of these forts is the Lohagarh Fort, which is also among the strongest forts in the country. The fort was built in a way that it resists attacks from invaders.

Places to visit in Bharatpur In 1805, the British laid siege to the fort under the leadership of Lord Lake. Despite repeated attacks, they were unable to penetrate the fort. They lost more than 3,000 soldiers, and the British forces withdrew from the attack. The British later had to come to terms with the ruler of Bharatpur. The fort has two gates.

Dig Fort

Raja Suraj Mal built Dig Fort in 1730. The fort is located about 34 km from Lohagarh Fort. The fort has a square shape. There is a watchtower here, which was used to view the entire city and the palace. The fort has been destroyed now.

Rajasthani food

If you have some free time in Bharatpur, you may want to try the local cuisine. While you're likely to find North Indian classics, you can also find regional delicacies. Don't miss out on trying a raj kachori, round discs filled with lentils or other vegetables often served at roadside stalls, or quintessential Rajasthani mutton curry.

Gopal Bhavan

Gopal Bhavan is a building complex built-in 1760. The front of the complex has gardens, while the back faces Gopal Sagar. Shroud and Bhadon are small pavilions. Maharaja Suraj Mal brought a battle trophy in the form of an arch, set here on a pedestal. The banquet hall has collections of souvenirs, souvenirs, and Victorian furniture. Along with this, there are columns arranged in rows.

Bharatpur Government Museum

It is located in the Lohagarh Fort. It is a strong reflection of the area's culture and contains many interesting artifacts related to the art, history, and traditions of Bharatpur. The museum's main attractions include stone sculptures, inscriptions, terracotta objects, metal objects, coins, weapons, miniature paintings, and local art.

Bankebihari Temple

The Bankebihari temple in Bharatpur is very popular and is considered the home of Lord Krishna. The temple has Lord Krishna and Radha statues installed in the main hall.
Clothes and jewelry were used to adorn the idols from head to toe. The temple walls are painted with various deities, while there are various images of Lord Krishna's childhood on the veranda.

Art gallery

The museum's art gallery, which contains miniature paintings on peepal tree leaves, mica, and old lithographic papers, is also open to the public—spend a couple of hours here admiring the incredible views of Bharatpur.

Tips for the first trip to India

1. Choose the correct route
India is a vast area, so accept that you don't have time to see it all in one trip. Think about your interests, what you like to do and how much time you have, then thought about a path that respects these needs. Be realistic about what you will be able to see. Instead of seeing the whole state, focus your trip on the north or south. However, keep in mind that numerous low-cost domestic flights can be the optimal solution if you really can't decide and want to see both the north and the south.

2. Slow down
Many try to fit everything into a trip to India. Focus on a few specific places rather than trying to do as much as possible.
Seeing a place more profoundly is more satisfying than seeing many without having time to appreciate them. Spending a few days at a destination will be less stressful. It will allow you to understand better where you are and have more time to dedicate to the people you meet.

3. Keep fit
Nobody wants to get sick, especially on a short trip, so take some precautions to avoid stomach problems. Do not drink running water and avoid food that has been washed out of it. Also, avoid ice, ice cream, salads, and fruit that you have not peeled yourself.

Let your body get used to it for a few days before jumping into street food, and, wherever you buy food, do a quick mental check of the state of hygiene: is the food cooked on the spot, or has it been there for a while? Is the stall surrounded by customers or just swarms of flies?

Many travelers choose a vegetarian diet during their stay in India, and that's not a bad idea, as unsafe meals containing meat can harm you much more than poorly cooked vegetables. In addition, many Indians are vegetarians, making the offer one of the richest in the world. If you really can't do without meat, make sure it is well cooked and choose the stalls and restaurants preferred by the locals.

4. Avoid scammed
Apart from its wonders, India is also famous for numerous vendors, scams, and other hiccups. There are ways to limit the opportunities of having to pay extra or being screwed, but chances are you will meet someone who will try to screw you, so stay alert and remember that deals that seem too good to be true probably aren't. In particular, beware of taxi drivers and rickshaws who will insist on taking you to a specific hotel, shop, or travel agency: their commission will go to your account.
Other things to know.

  • Wear sunscreen and comfortable shoes.
  • Bharatpur is suitable for history buffs and those interested in local culture.
  • If you plan to visit the bird sanctuary bring binoculars.

However, the only essential advice to appreciate India on your first trip is straightforward: stay calm. Certain situations can be frustrating, and remaining calm, taking a deep breath, and moving beyond is the key to enjoying your time here. If you are stressed about wasting time or being ripped off, take a moment to evaluate what you have genuinely lost and whether it deserves to ruin your vacation.

When to arrive

You can travel any time in the year, although it can get quite hot in April and May. Based on temperatures, the best time to visit is during the cooler months of the year, October through March, which is also the best time to see migratory birds at the nearby bird sanctuary.

How to get there

Bharatpur is popular with travelers en route from Agra (home of the Taj Mahal) to Delhi or Jaipur and is often used as a base for visiting the nearby Keoladeo National Park. Trains from Delhi take around 3.5 hours, while it's closer to four hours by road. Agra is about an hour away, and Jaipur takes 2.5 hours by car. The nearest railway hub is Bharatpur which is well connected to Delhi, Bombay, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, and many other parts of India. Private bus transport and state Bharatpur links with other parts of Rajasthan.

Hotels in Bharatpur

Here are the best hotels in Bharatpur, India, for your next vacation or weekend! Select the category that suits you best, and book your getaway to Bharatpur at the best price!
These are the most booked hotels:

  • The New Swaraj Resort
  • Hotel Kiran Vila Palace
  • Hotel Dhanraj Palace
  • Amritara Chandra Mahal Haveli, Bharatpur
  • Shiv Vilas Palace

Bottom line

Bharatpur is a vibrant and exotic region where tradition and royal glory meet in a triumph of color that stands out against the immense sandy backdrop of the desert. It presents a remarkable diversity in its entirety: people, traditions, culture, customs, music, customs, dialects, cuisine, and geomorphology. In its territory are located the most beautiful attractions of India with its impregnable bird sanctuary, which contains a wide variety of water birds and a cultural richness and traditions that have no equal. It is the best destination for tourists worldwide, so Bharatpur tourism in India will be everyone's dream.

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