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Situated at the confluence of the Gambhir and Banganga rivers in the Bharatpur district...
The serene location of The Birder's Inn in Bharatpur near the Keoladeo Ghana National Park ....
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After Feredunkenar in Iran, Bharatpur is the last known wintering ground for the....
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Located in quiet and peaceful surroundings, The Birder's Inn is very close to the entrance ...
Bharatpur profile and how The Birder's Inn is the perfect base for excursions around Bharatpur to expand your wildlife itinerary...

Bund Baretha (38 Km)
Deeg (39 Km)
Visit to Agra & Fatehpur Sikri
Chambal Safari
Jaipur (175 Km)
Ranthambhore (240 Km)
Painted Storks, Bhartpur

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On account of the sheer diversity and richness of its bird life, Bharatpur's Keoladeo Ghana National Park - all of 29 sq km - has been recognized by the UNESCO as a World Heritage site. For those who want to explore its natural beauty, The Birder's Inn is the perfect perch. Located a mere stone's throw from the entrance to the park, the privately owned lodge offers 20 spacious rooms that overlook a garden populated with fruit trees that attract various garden birds. You have all the necessary modern comforts like air-conditioning, hot and cold running water; there is a multi-cuisine restaurant & grill that serves a delectable variety of dishes. The Birder's Inn is run by some of the best local naturalists; people who were actually born inside the park. Share in their experiences and insights to make your visit truly worthwhile. Attention to detail, constant updates and personalised service ensure a relaxed stay, leaving you free to explore Bharatpur's wilderness. So when a flock of Demoiselle Cranes land, chances are you'll be among the first to know.

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Keoladeo Ghana National Park

Situated at the confluence of the Gambhir and Banganga rivers in the Bharatpur district of Rajasthan, the sanctuary was originally a natural depression prone to seasonal flooding. Over a period of time it developed into a lush, thriving system of freshwater marshes that attracted a large and diverse population of migratory birds. The Maharajas of Bharatpur added some bunds (dykes) and developed it as a duck shooting reserve.
Keoladeo Ghana National Park, Bharatpur


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