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About Bagh Dera Camp and resort in Sawai Madhopur, Rajasthan


Bagh Dera Camp Jungle Resort In Swaimadhopur is Just 2 kms from main gate of Ranthambore Wildlife Sanctuary, amidst the beautiful and lush green Guava Orchards, lies our BAGH DERA CAMP & JUNGLE RESORT. It is a beautiful combination of comfortable Rooms, Luxurious Jungle Cottages, Beautiful Swiss cottages and Adventurous Alpine Tents. All units are very well furnished with modern amenities and the surroundings are designed to keep you close to the beautiful nature. We love Jungle, and we love what we do.

We serve tongue tingling exotic meals and also organize outstanding events at the venue to always keep you amused. Please visit us and enjoy our hospitality.

The park has more than 300 varieties of birds. Apart from common birds like Parakeets, Doves, Patridges, Eagles and Owls. Some rare birds like the Black Eagles and the Crested Hawk Eagle have also been sighted in the park. During the winter months migratory birds such as Graylag Goose, Ruddy Shelduck and Pintails are also seen. Recently the Kaila Devi Sanctuary to the north-east of Ranthambore National Park and Sawai Man Singh sanctuary towards the south have been included in the park and are now a part of Ranthambore Nationa Park. The park is open from October to June.




Ranthambore National Park


It is situated 12 kms from Sawai Madhopur and gets its name from the Ranthambore fort situated within its boundaries. The Ranthambore National Park is situated amidst the Aravalis and the Vindhya ranges surrounded by vast tracts of desert ecology of Rajasthan. It spreads over an area of 392 Sq. Kms of thick forest covered with nullahs and water falls. The park has a tropical dry deciduous and tropical thorn forest type of Vegetation. Important tree species include Acocia, Lencolh, Leela, Beri, Aaam, Dhok and Flame of the Forest. Rajbag, Padam Talab and Malik Talab lakes are a paradise for wildlife and are full of Lotus and Nymphaeas. The Herbivorous animals include Blue Bull, Sambhar, Chinkara and Cheetal . Sambhar deer is the pride of the park and nowhere else in Asia can one see these deer during day time. The tiger is the biggest attraction of the park. Ranthambore is considered one of the best parks in the country to see and observe the tiger. Carnivore in the park include the Leopard, Ratel, Caracle, Jungle Cat ,Fox and Jackal.