What is Chambal Valley?
Chambal River is a tributary to the Yamuna and emanates from janapav Hill. Flowing through the states of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh it merges into the Yamuna in Etawah District of Uttar Pradesh. The area around the river has always been inspiring the wildlife avion species. And this is one of the most unpolluted river of India.
Once this area was having infamy with the dacoits, but since almost two decades back the problem has come to an end. Presently tourists enjoy Chambal Safari Wildlife Tour Activities in the River.
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About Chambal Safari
Chambal safari a great experience for those who are passionate about Indian wildlife and avion species. As Indian sub continent is full of bird sanctuaries and wildlife habitats. In your India tour you have wide ranging choice to vosit the national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. Similarly if you are on Agra Tours you can plan for an unique experience of Chambal safaris which provides you a soothing experience of boat surfing on the tranquil waters of the Chambal river and visualizing the landscape full with aquatic animals and Avion species. This national Chambal sanctuary is an abode to the Gharials, Crocodiles fresh water dolphin and many other animals such as otters , jungle cats etc. As a bird watcher you have plethora of option to spot nearly320 species of migratory and local birds Chambal safari tour can be enjoyed at Jarar in uttar Pradesh. Dholpur in Rajasthan.
Location of Chambal Safari
The famous spot of Chambal Sanctuary is located almost 65 km away from the city of Taj- Agra close to jarar village. This village falls into Bah Tahsil of Agra district and is close to the famous religions place- Bateshwar. Since almost 20 years back to Chambal Safari Wildlife Tour Activities are arranged over here in the Valley of Chambal River by the native inhabitants.
If you cherish the desire to spot the Crocodiles or Alligators you can desire for an hour to this place and book the wildlife safari tour and Agra activities in advance. After you reach the spot you will be welcomed and served same refreshments. Later embark on the boat cruise with an experienced boatman, life saving jackets and naturalist tour guide.
How to reach Chambal Safari?
By air- The nearest airport to Chambal safari is Agra airport. Besides you can land at IGI Delhi or Lucknow international airport and hire a taxi and approach Chambal safari by using the expressway.
By Train- You can arrive at Agra cant or Agra fort railway station and reach Chambal Safari by car.
By road- From Agra you can hire a cab or tuk tuk and reach Chambal covering a distance of 70kms
What to see in Chambal Safari?
During the Chambal Safari Wildlife Tour you get to see lots of nature birds and migratory birds like Indian skimmers, whistling ducks, Grey heron etc. Also you can also see the alligators basking into the sunlight on some islands. As this is the only place where you can see fresh water dolphins, you might encounter them in the rippling waters.
Chambal Safari Booking
For Chambal Safari Booking you can call or Whats App on +91 9837339904, you can also mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Chambal Safari Timings
Chambal Safari duration of time is nearly 2 to 3 hours. The best time to do Chambal safari is either in the morning or late in the evening. In the winters it is nice to enjoy safari the mid-way as the alligators come in the islands to bask themselves. Thus there are enough chances for the sighting.
One day Chambal safari trip from Delhi
Delhi to Chambal safari
6 AM – you will be picked from your hotel in Delhi and will be driven towards Agra. It would take nearly 3 and half hours when you reach Jevar village in Bah Tehsil.
9:30 am now as you approach the safari lodge you will be hosted for a cup of tea or drinks. Later proceed to explore the wildlife at Kangra Ghal using a boat cruise.
10 am enjoy the sprawling sanctuary and its endangered fauna such as Gharials. The river sanctuary falls on 3 states Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh. The gushing river and the ravines provide a mesmerize impact. The sanctuary is spread in an area of 400 kms and was declared protected in 1979. You will be provided with safety gear and a local naturalist and will cruise nearly 8 kms.
1:30 PM now you leave the board to savour the local delicacies at the lunch in a lodge
3 Pm Post lunch drive for half an hour to reach the farmed Bateshwar group of temples. Here you visit the ancient temple dedicated to Lord shiva. The legend says that Lord shiva once had respite for a short while under the Banyan Tree. Hence this place is known as Bateshwar Nath or the lord of Bat. This place had been one of the renowned places for Hinduism and Jainism. Close to Bateshwar you visit the ancient Jain temple at shauripur.
5:30 PM after experiencing the religious essence you will depart towards Delhi in to same car.
8: 30 PM now we will transfer you back to your hotel in Delhi.