Home to a wide variety of birds, Ghana National Park is a paradise for bird lovers. It is famous all over the world for its bird population. He was the animal keeper of the Maharajas and the British. And today, it occupies a special place as a great breeding ground and breeding ground for the birds of the world. Boasting more than 360 species of birds, the park is known as the Bharatpur Bird Sanctuary. A temporary home for birds like Ducks, Pelicans, Eagles, Cranes, Flycatchers, Warblers Geese, Wagtails, Hawks, Shanks, Pipits Stints, Larks and Buntings etc. Siberian Crane is also seen during winter. put on.
Ghana National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site which is best visited between October and February. This place is loved by bird lovers, nature lovers, naturalists and ornithologists from all over the world. Apart from bird habitat, the Park also boasts of various wild animals like boar, Golden Jackal, Fishing Cat, Blackbuck, Jungle Cat, Sambar, Nilgai and Striped Hyaena.
A visit to this Park will take you to a completely different world. The chirping of birds, the sight of various birds, including flying birds and other animals will leave you in awe and feeling connected to nature. However, visitors are advised and asked to be quiet in the park.
Depending on your choice, you can explore the Park on foot, by bike or by rickshaw. Rickshaw and bike are available on rent. The rickshaw pullers are no less than guides here to receive training from the park management. A boathouse is available in the park. You can take a boat ride early in the morning or in the evening. So you are ready with your binoculars to visit the Ghana National Park! The Park is open from morning to evening throughout the year.
There are several attractions that you can explore on your Ghana National Park tour: Bharatpur Government Museum, Bharatpur Palace and Deeg Palace and Lohagarh Fort.