Bharatpur Tour

Bharatpur is located about 38 km from Mathura in Braj State Rajasthan district. Bharatpur is recognized as the National Park of Keoladeo, which is home to over 370 animal and bird species. It is regarded as one of the most common birds that eat and reproduce. The park was declared National Park in 1982 and was listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites later in 1985. It was a winter house for Siberian cranes, a species near extinction, and this national park, locally called Ghana, is
considered an endangered bird. Bharatpur culture is drenched and folklore is heard from thousands of miles away. Bharatpur is a tourist-friendly and exotic offbeat destination, served by tourists with authentic Rajasthan traditions.

How to reach Bharatpur

By Air: Delhi is the closest International Airport and is 184 km away. Delhi International Airport provides convenient access for its guests from all main cities. Tourists can choose to take a bus to Bharatpur from the Delhi bus stand. The
nearest domestic terminal, located 45 km from Agra’s Kheria Airport, can also be reached by visitors, thereby resolving your concern about how to reach Bharatpur conveniently.
By Rail: The Bharatpur train station is well connected with tourists from various cities such as Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Mumbai, Delhi, and other important cities in India. From here, to enter the venue, tourists can take a taxi or bus.
By Road: Several private buses and public bus services are open. You can take the bus from the nearest bus stand. These bus rates are affordable so that the budget is not a problem. A few of the nearby spots that you can visit on your journey are such as Mathura (40 km), Agra (60 km), Firozabad (95 km), and Aligarh (105 km).

Best time to visit Bharatpur

Between October and March, it is the best time to visit Bharatpur where you can see stunning views of migratory birds at Keoladeo National Park. Birds are starting to migrate to Bharatpur in mid-February. This is also the period when the pleasant winter of Rajasthan begins to settle in the town, create beautiful sights, and enhance your stay. The temperature varies from 10 ° C to 25 ° C.

Places to visit and famous attractions

Keoladeo Ghana National Park
Keoladeo Ghana National Park is a must-see tourist attraction. The density of wildlife in Bharatpur is astonishing. Though best known for its hordes of birds, the sanctuary has also rich flora and fauna, making the sanctuary a place of wildlife all
year long. October- November is the perfect time to visit this sanctuary. By then, most migratory birds arrived and the chirp and bush are splendid. When the crane started their splendid courtesy dances, the summer months are also very
interesting for visiting the refuge.
Timings: 8 am to 5 pm
Price: Rs. 50 per person for Indians; Rs. 400 per person for foreign tourists; Rs.
100 for a rickshaw ride
Location: Agra-Jaipur Highway, Bharatpur, Rajasthan 302001

Lohagarh Fort
Lohagarh Fort, or Iron Fort, is a must-see attraction in Bharatpur and one of Rajasthan’s strongest structures. Strenuous and formidable, the fort draws hundreds of visitors to its territories annually, with its undisturbed air of strength.
The Government Museum is also located in the fort. The Museum offers a good place to learn about the war art of Bharatpur rulers and look at the different objects related to war used in the past for defense.
Timings: 10 am to 6 pm
Price: Rs. 20 per person
Location: Lohagarh Fort, Gopalgarh, Bharatpur, Rajasthan 321001

Bankey Bihari Temple

The Bankey Bihari Temple in Bharatpur is an impressive temple inside the Lohagarh fort constructed during the Mughal rule in Bharatpur. The place is fun to see and great to live in. Lord Krishna is devoted to the temple and houses several
idols praising his strength and goodness. This is one of Bharatpur’s best places to visit.
Timings: 8 am to 5 pm
Price: Rs. 20 per person
Location: Lohagarh Fort, Gopalgarh, Bharatpur, Rajasthan 321001

Bharatpur Palace and Museum
The Bharatpur Palace is an elegant and imposing building and one of the best places to visit in Bharatpur. It represents the culture and heritage of this ancient town of Rajasthani and provides a fascinating insight into the lifestyle of Bharatpur. The layout blends the architectural styles of Mughals and Rajput and produces a monumental unique form.
Timings: 9 am to 5.30 pm
Location: Bharatpur Palace, Bharatpur, Rajasthan 

Ganga Mandir
The Ganga Mandir was built in 1845, and because of its unique history, is a popular tourist attraction in Bharatpur. The Temple was built nearly 90 years ago and the result is a lovely and immaculate building located in the heart of the lively
town. The temple halls are decorated by many striking statues, the most awesome being the Ganga Maharaj’s statue.
Timings: 5 am to 9 pm 
Price: Free entry
Location: Pai Bagh, Bharatpur, Rajasthan 321001

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