Bund Baretha is a beautiful dam site, 38 km west of Bharatpur. The Dam offers excellent views over a massive reservoir. The wetlands are home to many waders and it is not uncommon to sight some rare species not found inside the park. One can Visit the old Maharaja's palace and coupled with a scenic sunset to make it a good day visit.
Deeg is 39 kms away from Bharatpur. In the ancient days, it was the colorful summer resort of the rulers of Bharatpur and their second capital city. Displaying a trait shared by the Dresser Crab and the Magpie Robin, the Jat rulers pilfered an assortment of riches to beautify the palaces of Deeg.
They ransacked victorious Mughal armies returning from battle, took away a cannon and precious inlay stones from Agra’s Red Fort and even a whole fountain system from the Red Fort at Delhi.
Deeg is famous for its Deeg Palace and Deeg Museum with Roop sagar and Kachha Talab which makes this small town a noticeable one.
Agra is just 55 km away from Bharatpur, Rajasthan and is the home to the world’s most famous Monument of Love, the Taj Mahal. Fatehpur Sikri another historic place of mughal days is just 22 kms away from Agra makes for an excellent day trip.
At Sikri, one can see Buland Darwaza, the highest gateway in India, one of the best architecture of the Mughals.
The Chambal Sanctuary is an excellent place to see Gangetic Dolphins, Gharials and perhaps the world’s largest population of the Indian Skimmer.
It has a motorboat ride facility on the Chambal river, which offers you a closer look at several other bird species and the region’s rich flora and fauna.