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Bharatpur Photography Learning Tour


2 Full-Day & 2 Half-Day Safari

3 Nights / 4 Days

Twin Share Room | 3-4 In a E-Rickshaw
Ex Jaipur | Including All*

Post-Processing Masterclass

On field guidance

Safari Dates: 

18-21 January, 2024

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Bharatpur Wildlife Photography Tour


Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary

Nestled within nature's sanctuary, Bharatpur's avian haven invites us to witness the delicate dance of feathers and wetland whispers, where every flap of wings tells a story of life in harmony. It is situated in the city of Bharatpur and is renowned for its rich avian diversity and wetland ecosystem. The sanctuary is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is recognized as one of the most important bird breeding and feeding grounds in the world.


Only 18,999/- INR

Wildlife Photography is an expensive hobby. But what if a below middle-class person(Like me) has this hobby? Or, wants to be a wildlife photographer? That is why it is only 18,999 INR. So that a wildlife enthusiast can pursue their hobby and become a wildlife photographer. I have planned this tour for all, from beginners to professionals.


Keoladeo National Park

Through the lens, a symphony of life unfolds at Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, where each click captures the untamed beauty of feathered beings against the canvas of nature's masterpiece. Nature photography is the art of capturing the canvas of Earth's beauty, where every frame holds a brushstroke of awe-inspiring landscapes and the intricate details that only nature can compose.


Day Two & Three


Day One

Day Four

9:00 AM - Pick Up from Jaipur Airport / Station

12:00 PM - Check in

1:00 PM - Lunch

2:00 PM to Till Sunset - Safari. We will use E Rickshaw for safari

7:00 PM - Post Processing Session & Photo Review

9:00 PM - Dinner

6:30 AM - Start Safari for full day after having Tea/Coffee

8:00 AM - Breakfast

12:30 PM - Lunch

2:00 PM to Till Sunset - Half day Safari. We will use E Rickshaw for safari

7:00 PM - Post Processing Session & Photo Review

9:00 PM - Dinner

6:30 AM to 10:30 AM - Half Day Safari. after having Tea/Coffee

8:00 AM - Breakfast

11:00 AM - Check Out

2:00 PM - Reached Jaipur


Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary

Keoladeo National Park, also known as Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary, is a remarkable wildlife sanctuary and UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the heart of Bharatpur, Rajasthan, India. This biodiverse haven spans over 29 square kilometers and is renowned for its vibrant avian population and diverse ecosystems.

Key features of the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary:

  1. Avian Diversity: The sanctuary is home to over 360 species of birds, both resident and migratory. These include both terrestrial and water birds. During the winter months, the park hosts a large number of migratory birds that travel here from different parts of the world.

  2. Migratory Birds: Bharatpur is particularly famous for hosting migratory birds such as Siberian cranes, which travel thousands of kilometers to escape the harsh winter in their breeding grounds. Other migratory birds include various species of ducks, geese, waders, and warblers.

  3. Wetland Ecosystem: The park is characterized by its wetland ecosystem, with shallow lakes, swamps, and grasslands. These diverse habitats provide suitable breeding and feeding grounds for a wide variety of bird species.

  4. Flora and Fauna: Apart from birds, the sanctuary also supports a range of other wildlife, including mammals like deer, wild boar, and various reptiles. The vegetation includes aquatic plants, grasses, and trees that contribute to the overall ecosystem.

  5. History: The Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary was originally created as a hunting ground for the maharajas (kings) of Bharatpur in the 18th century. However, it was later transformed into a bird sanctuary due to its importance as a bird habitat.

  6. Conservation: The sanctuary is not only a prime destination for birdwatchers and nature enthusiasts but also serves as an important conservation site. Efforts are made to protect and preserve the diverse bird species that rely on the sanctuary for survival.

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