Keoladeo National Park 1/undefined by Tripoto
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
wildlife tours, bird watching, photography
Indians- INR 40, Foreigners- INR 400, Rickshaw rides- INR 100
December - February
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1 out of 10 attractions in Bharatpur

Keoladeo National Park

Formerly known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, this is an UNESCO World Heritage Site which was once a hunting ground of the Maharajas. This place is a beautiful wetland and a land rich in the diversity of flora and fauna. Though the water supply is a standing problem but this has been compensated by many other advantages. This is also the only National Park which is surrounded by a wall which protects it from the fear of encroachment and any outside attacks. Spread over a large area, this place was legalised by the Wildlife Protection Act, 1972 and other necessary laws. This was earlier on an ordinary wildlife sanctuary but was later given the rating of a national park. Migratory birds from far- off countries and the gorgeous wild animals are worth seeing here. The animals are allowed to roam around freely within a given boundary and thus they also feel at home. Wildlife safaris are the best thing you can do over here apart from some peaceful hours of bird watching especially during the early hours of the day.
Amir Sohail
Best time to visit : Nov-FebAnimals found- Cranes, Pelicans, Geese, Ducks, Eagles, Hawks, Shanks, Stints, Wagtails, Warblers, Larks,Sambal, Chital, Nilgai and Boar.
Abhijit
Since most tours start early in the day, and the simple fact that you need to get the most out of this opportunity to view as many varieties of birds and animals as possible.
Abhijit
After an excellent day at the park, you can travel the day to the Keoladev National Park (formerly the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary) in Bharatpur, Rajasthan. It's a short 4 hour drive from Delhi, after which you can enjoy the rest of the day enjoying the facilities of the Ashoka Forest Lodge or the Shanti Kutir.The Keoladev National Park hosts upwards of 1 lakh tourists every year, inclusing several thousand foreign tourists who visit the reserve for its amazing bird watching spots, deemed to be one of the best in Asia.
Sonal Agarwal
Keoladeo National Park near Delhi, formerly known as Bharatpur Sanctuary, is India's one of the finest places for bird photography. The park is home to 375 bird species and is also a UNESCO world heritage site. Some of the migratory birds come into this park all the way from Turkmenistan, China and Afghanistan. The national park has a dense forest which provides a natural habitat for birds.
Aakanksha Magan
The Keoladeo National Park, formerly known as the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary is recognised as one of the world’s most important bird breeding and feeding grounds. Originally a hunting reserve for the royals of Rajasthan and British officials, it was declared a national park in 1982 and a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1985. An avifauna sanctuary, Bharatpur is home to thousands of rare and highly endangered birds such as the Siberian crane that visits during the winter season. Over 370 species of birds and animals are known to have made the national park their home. Over the years, the Siberian Crane has been joined by many other migratory birds like pelicans, geese, ducks, eagles, hawks, wagtails, and so forth. Bharatpur is also home to a wide variety of animals like the Indian rock python, deer, nilgai and more.