Other options would be Bundi, is a small, friendly, elegant and filled with history - palaces, forts and reservoirs - Bundi is off the main tourist track and is a treasure to explore. Its narrow streets are lined with shops selling everything from groceries to newspapers and paintings. Signs of modernization can be seen in the cyber cafés and shops advertising Xerox and lamination services. And in just 15 minutes you can have a tiger painted onto your finger nails!.
Bharatpur is home to the Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary, a UNESCO World Heritage site amd once the hunting preserve of the Maharaja. The reserve is a mixture of marshes, mature forests, sandy acacia scrub, and open grassland. Herons, egrets, geese, owls, cormorants, kingfishers, cranes - 364 species of birds have been identified in the park and it's one of the world's most important breeding and aquatic grounds. Motorized traffic is prohibited inside the park, so we'll visit the reserve by bicycle rickshaw.
We can also explore the town of Bharatpur, or alternatively, we can take a day trip (by car or bus) to Deeg. The town is described by Lonely Planet as a "small, rarely visited town, with an incongruously glorious palace, gardens and fortifications" …Click Here For Our Rajasthan Tour