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The National Chambal Sanctuary was declared in 1979 as a riverine sanctuary along an approximately 425 km length of the Chambal river and its ravines which stretch over 2-6 km wide along the river. The Sanctuary lies in three states, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh, stretching from Kota in Rajasthan to the confluence of Chambal river with the Yamuna in Uttar Pradesh. The National Chambal Sanctuary is home to some of the sub-continents most rare and endemic species including the gharial, Gangetic river dolphin, 8 species of turtles, marsh crocodiles, and over 300 species of birds.

The Lodge

The Chambal Safari Lodge – is a family run boutique heritage property, lovingly restored and nestling in 35 acres of reclaimed woodland. The accommodation in the lodge combines the warmth of local homes with the comfort of modern amenities. Every effort has been made to make this lodge as eco-friendly and sympathetic to the surrounding as possible. The Chambal Safari Lodge offers twelve rooms in different category.

Activities

  • Boat Safari/ Horse Safari/ Jeep Safari with expert naturalist
  • Nature and Birding Walk with expert naturalist
  • Village & local school visit and involvement in different community and conservation project.
  • Bicycle Ride
  • Camel safari
  • Blackbuck jeep safari

 

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