Delhi – Bharatpur – Delhi by AC Car
Season – While you can plan a trip anytime you want to, the best time to visit Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is August – November for watching resident birds and October – March for spotting migratory birds.
Embark on a captivating journey with our detailed tour plan. Commencing from Delhi, we drive to the enchanting Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. Nestled within its lush landscapes is the Bharatpur Forest Lodge, our haven of stay amidst the sanctuary’s vibrant biodiversity. A true bird lover’s paradise, the sanctuary boasts over 350 avian species, offering us glimpses of around 50 varieties during our short stay.
The wetland expanse unveils a symphony of winged wonders, including diverse wetland species, majestic vultures, eagles, falcons, and the enigmatic owls. Amidst this avian spectacle, we might even encounter the elusive Fishing Cat, adding to the thrill. The sanctuary’s wildlife ensemble is equally captivating, featuring creatures like Nilgai, Sambar and Spotted Deer, Wild Boar, Asiatic Jackal, and the rare Fishing Cat. Our overnight stays at the Bharatpur Forest Lodge allow us to soak in the sanctuary’s magic.
The second day is dedicated to full-fledged birdwatching, delving deeper into the sanctuary’s avifauna. Our final morning brings a leisurely interlude before we journey back to Delhi, culminating this remarkable exploration.
Detailed Tour Plan
Day 01 : Delhi – Bharatpur
Morning drive to Bharatpur, on arrival check in at Bharatpur forest lodge, situated inside the bird sanctuary,
Bharatpur Bird sanctuary is home of diversity of habitats and home of over 350 species of birds have been recorded in the Sanctuary and in just this short visit we are likely to see about 50 of them. Among these will be an unequalled array of wetland species, a great variety of vultures, eagles, falcons and owls, plus numerous small land birds.
As well as birds, the Sanctuary has an excellent variety of wild animals. Nilgai (blue bull), Sambar and Spotted Deer, Wild Boar,Asiatic Jackal and two species of mongoose are all common, and this is one of the few places in India where the rare Fishing Cat may be seen. Overnights stay at Bharatpur forest lodge.
Day 02 : Bharatpur :
Full day Bird watching at Bharatpur Bird sanctuary.
Overnight stay at forest lodge.
Day 03 : Bharatpur – Delhi :
Morning free at leisure, later drive back to Delhi, .
Note: During winter season, the park is open from 6:30 AM to 5 PM. During other seasons, the park is open from 6 am to 6 pm. Entry to the park is stopped an hour before the closing time.
There are three types of safaris provided in the park, horse carriage ride, jeep ride and cycle rickshaw ride.
Options – Add any of the following locations to your tour plan..
- Mathura – 38 km
- Agra – 58 km
- Vrindavan – 46 km
- Fatehpur Sikri – 23 km
- Alwar – 100 km
- Jaipur – 185 km
- Ajmer – 318 km
FAQs about the Tour
q: What is the main highlight of this tour?
a: The main highlight of this tour is the visit to the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, renowned for its rich avian diversity and captivating landscapes.
q: How many bird species can be spotted at the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary?
a: Over 350 species of birds have been recorded at the sanctuary, with around 50 species likely to be seen during the short visit.
q: What types of birds can be expected during the birdwatching activities?
a: The sanctuary offers a diverse range of birds, including wetland species, vultures, eagles, falcons, owls, and numerous small land birds.
q: What other wildlife can be encountered at the sanctuary?
a: Apart from birds, the sanctuary is home to wildlife such as Nilgai (blue bull), Sambar and Spotted Deer, Wild Boar, Asiatic Jackal, and the rare Fishing Cat.
q: Where will the participants stay during the tour?
a: Accommodation will be provided at the Bharatpur Forest Lodge, situated within the sanctuary, offering a unique stay experience amidst nature.
q: Is the tour suitable for bird enthusiasts?
a: Yes, the tour is ideal for bird enthusiasts and nature lovers who wish to experience the diverse avian and wildlife of Bharatpur.
q: How long is the birdwatching activity on the second day?
a: The second day is dedicated to full-day birdwatching, allowing participants to delve deeper into the sanctuary’s birdlife.
q: Can participants enjoy leisure time during the tour?
a: Yes, there are moments of leisure included in the itinerary to relax and immerse in the natural beauty of the sanctuary.
q: What is the distance between Delhi and Bharatpur?
a: The drive from Delhi to Bharatpur takes approximately a few hours, offering a comfortable journey to the sanctuary.
q: How does the tour conclude?
a: The tour concludes with a leisurely morning and a drive back to Delhi, marking the end of the captivating exploration of Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary.
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