Best Hotels in Bharatpur, The Bagh offers visitors an opportunity to experience quiet luxury near Keoladeo Ghana National Park
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The Bagh is a heritage hotel set in 12 acres two hundred year-old garden in Bharatpur Rajasthan, it is located just four hours away from major destinations such as Delhi, Jaipur and Gwalior. The Bagh offers visitors an opportunity to experience quiet luxury near Keoladeo Ghana National Park, one of the most famous bird sanctuaries in the world. The hotel's 23 rooms are located in five different residential complexes. A restaurant, banquet hall, coffee shop, library and a gym, all situated in a verdant orchard, allow guests to enjoy solitude and companionship in restful indoor and outdoor spaces.

Each of the Bagh's twenty three rooms is unique. Spacious bathrooms, luxurious fabrics, fine furnishings and the amenities of modern technology let the weary traveler retreat and recoup after a day of sightseeing and bird watching. Gulmohar, the main restaurant, specializes in the wonderful vegetarian cuisine of the Braj region. An ayurvedic massage or a lazy swim at the fully-equipped gym can further soothe and exhilarate the body and the mind (to be ready shortly)

Mr Vishnu Singh, our Resident Naturalist at The Bagh in Bhartpur
Born in Bharatpur, did his schooling from Scindia boarding school and post graduate in Arts from Rajasthan University
He started his career as a naturalist in 1988. Over the years he has successfully done the following:

* Worked with prestigious accounts like SONIAN MUSEUM {USA}.
* Worked as a tour leader for Mountain Travel USA, SOBEK in India.
* Worked for STANFORD UNIV Tours in Nov.04 & February05.
* Has extensively traveled all over in India both historical places, as well as National parks
* Lead trips for BETCHART EXPEDITION, {USA}.
* Tour manager for A.N.H.M {American Naturalist History Museum} Nov.03
* Worked as a Co-leader for NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM for CHICAGO & VIRGINIA MUSEUM

He has a personal bird checklist of about 950 birds of India, Nepal and Bhutan
Also he is a Member of B.N.H.S. Bombay, Member of W.W.F India, Member of Oriental Bird Club

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