In Bharatpur, Rajasthan, India, there is a notable avifauna sanctuary called Keoladeo National Park or Keoladeo Ghana National Park, formerly known as the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. Thousands of birds live there, especially during the winter. It is also a significant tourist destination, attracting a large number of ornithologists during the hibernation season. In 1971, it was designated as a protected sanctuary. It has been designated as a World Heritage Site.
Start your day early with a pickup from your hotel or the Agra train station to Bharatpur (breakfast not included). Arrive at the Keoladeo National Park bird sanctuary, which is classified as part of the World Heritage Site, in time to observe the birds waking up for the day. Take a long, leisurely rickshaw ride around the sanctuary to search for a variety of species, including the uncommon Siberian crane, migratory geese, rosy pelican, cormorant, darter, open-bill and painted stork, white ibis, spoonbill, grey heron, and Sarus crane. Visit a neighbourhood restaurant for lunch before embarking on a village walking tour to observe rural India’s everyday life.
You will be picked up from your hotel or Agra train station about 5 a.m. (breakfast is not included) and driven to Bharatpur, where you will arrive at around 6:30 a.m.
Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary
You will visit the well-known Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where you may see an amazing variety of plants and animals. The best way to see this refuge is by rickshaw. Open-billed and painted storks, egrets, darters, white ibis, spoonbills, grey herons, Saros cranes, cormorants, migratory geese, ducks, pink pelicans, and the endangered Siberian crane can all be found here.
Book Your Day Trip to Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary from Agra to see different species of birds.