Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary Tour
The Keoladeo National Park once known as the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. It is an avifauna sanctuary in Rajasthan, India. Thousands of rare and highly endangered birds such as the Siberian Crane come here during the winter season. More than 230 types of feathered creatures are known to have made the National Park their home. Its announced protected sanctuary in 1971. It is also a World Heritage Site.
Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary man-made and man-managed wetland. It created 250 years ago and named after a Keoladeo (Shiva) temple within its boundaries. The 29 km2 (11 sq. mi) reserve locally known as Ghana. And is a mosaic of dry grasslands, woodlands, woodland swamps and wetlands. Keoladeo National Park is one of the world’s best bird areas.
The nearest airports to bird sanctuary are Delhi and Jaipur. The park was a hunting ground for the maharajas of Bharatpur. It created by Maharaja Suraj Mal, the then ruler of the princely state of Bharatpur, between 1726 to 1763. These diverse habitats are home to 366 bird species, 379 floral species, 50 species of fish, 13 species of snakes, 5 species of lizards, 7 amphibian species, 7 turtle species, and a variety of other invertebrates.
Sariska Tiger Reserve Tour
Sariska Tiger Reserve is all around settled in the Aravalli Hills covering 800 sq km range partitioned into the meadows, dry deciduous woodlands, sheer precipices and rough scene. Regardless of whether you need to have camel safaris, go out for shopping in the encompassing spots, visit medieval castles or natural life viewing; Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary is the best place for you.
Almost 90% of the range in the sanctuary covered with dhok trees home for different natural life species. An assortment of other wild creatures like theleopard, sambhar, chital, nilgai, four-horned gazelle, wild pig, rhesus macaque, langur, hyena and wilderness felines are found in the Sariska Tiger Reserve separated from the tiger. The Sariska National Park is home to India’s biggest populace of peafowl, and harbors quail, sand grouse, brilliant sponsored woodpeckers and peaked serpent hawks, among different species. Likewise, the Siliserh Lake on the edge of the recreation centre has a substantial number of crocodiles.