Keoladeo Ghana National Park represents 64 families, 181 genera and 227 subspecies of birds. Besides, you can spot a wide variety of wild animals including three types of wildcats- the jungle cat, the leopard cat and the fishing cat-, Sambar, Chital, Blackbuck, Nilgai and wild boar among others.
You can also enjoy an exciting boat safari in Bharatpur National Park to explore the natural beauty of the park and spot a various exotic birds. An early morning or a late evening boat ride in the lake of the sanctuary can be an enchanting and rewarding experience for bird watchers. You can also hire a rickshaw to spot the birds in the park. Other Attractions
In addition to birds and wild animals at Bharatpur, there are many other tourist attractions in and around Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. You can visit the Bharatpur Government Museum, The Bharatpur Palace and the Lohagarh Fort to experience a part of the local ethos.
As a part of Rajasthan, Bharatpur has its share of forts and palaces steeped in tales from the past. The 18th century Lohagarh Fort, the Bharatpur Fort, the Dholpur Fort. Jawahar Burj, Fateh Burj palaces and the Bharatpur Lake are all worth visiting.
However, the most beautiful monument close to Bharatpur is the Deeg Water Palace built by Raja Suraj Mal in the 18th century. It has one of the most fascinating water conservation and natural cooling systems, as well as well-laid out gardens.