THE BAGH BHARATPUR
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Bharatpur, Rajasthan is nestled in verdant countryside 200km form New Delhi, the
capital of India. Located on the eastern border of Rajasthan, Bharatpur is known
as Lohagarh, the Iron Fort, after the famed independence and ferocity of the local
An exciting immersion into the habitat of the Indo-Gangetic plain this adventure
will enable you to explore incredible birds up close at The Bagh, a heritage garden,
as well as explore one of the most famed birdwatching sites in the world, Keoladeo Ghana National Park, a Unesco and Ramsar wetland site.
Dedicated hides throughout The Bagh using traditional ‘Pattor’ construction allow a
traditional and authentic professional photographic hide experience. The strategic
heritage design of the property, plantations ensuring fruit and flowers throughout
the changing seasons, along with the rich habitat, offers incredible photographic
encounters. The Bagh’s strategic locations means that you are able to visit and
explore diverse sectors of Keoladeo National Park remote and its large expanse
of water bodies.
The Bagh offers an authentic interface with nature where you may taste the local
cuisine, relax in tranquility, and explore on foot accompanied or alone, each corner
revealing hidden natural treasures. The ultimate purpose of a journey is to discover
oneself among signboards, cultures and importantly natural habitat and wildlife.
Some realise this consciously while others just make them a part of their memories.
We curate this experience for your passage to India to position for the best
opportunity to capture on camera the most brilliant indigenous birds and animals
in their natural habitat...
Monday - Friday
9.30am- 1pm / 3pm - 6pm
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During the Autumn season, the big nesting colony of water birds starts to disperse in natural areas with very confident youngling followed by adults at a short distance. Local fauna becomes enriched of migratory species, among which we
can find raptors like the wonderful Imperial, Steppe and Greater Spotted Eagle, which make excursions full of surprises. During these excursions, we cannot forget about the Queen of the forest. During this season, water becomes extremely scarce and tigers feel very attracted by it in order to satisfy their drinking and bathing needs. This makes them easier to watch. Limited vegetation will allow better possibilities to photograph various ungulates and above all the great Gaur. Don’t miss this experience! Enjoy it fully in our reserves between hides and tour excursions in the course of ten unforgettable days.
An Open Day to inaugurate the first photo hide in India: The Bagh of Bharatpur! An event to celebrate the opening of the INNATE Asia project to the public!
During this season, water becomes extremely scarce and Tigers feel very attracted by it in order to satisfy their drinking and bathing needs. This makes them easier to watch. Even if many birds have already finished their breeding season, this is a great moment to observe Sarus Cranes busy in their breeding parades. In addition, local fauna is enriched by migratory species, among those
a great number of birds of prey. Don’t miss this experience! Enjoy it fully in our reserves between hides and tour excursions in an unforgettable trip.
Streets of India are among the best places for Street Photography and by visiting them we cannot help but be fascinated. From small dusty country roads to busy urban streets, our shots will fill up with vibrant colour of Indian life while capturing the daily beauty of this sub-continent.
At the end of the monsoon season, herons reunite in big colonies on the trees of the Park of Keoladeo, one of the best places to observe water birds. Here, we will organise several excursions that will allow us to get closer to the Painted Stork, the Spoonbill and many other herons and to photograph them in their beautiful breeding feathering.
You could participate in a photo tour from north to south of India in two of the areas of great naturalistic interest. You will find a first ever hides in Bharatpur close to Keoladeo NP whereas in Khana N.P, there is an other Bagh with day and night hides. Moreover you could to visit parks and photograph Tiger, Black Necked Stork and Black Francolin
during the golden period of our hides. Many birds will be involved in the construction of nests and species such as Paradise Flycatcher will be active in the hides.