National Chambal Sanctuary, named after one of India’s cleanest and longest rivers is an attempt to acquaint visitors with a land that has retained its unique landscapes, rugged charm and rare wildlife
The river safari is a unique experience, unlike anything on the Indian wildlife circuit. The boat ride on the calm waters of the Chambal, combined with the dramatic landscape and close-up views of the amazing abundance of wildlife are the highlights of the river safari.
The National Chambal Sanctuary is home to the Gharial, Marsh Crocodiles (Muggers), eight species of Turtles, Smooth Coated Otters, Indian Striped Hyenas, Jungle Cats, Golden Jackals, Indian Wolves and foxes amongst others.
A birdwatcher’s paradise, the sanctuary currently boasts of over 316 species of resident and migratory birds including large nesting colonies of the Indian Skimmer, the Greater Thick-knee, the Small Pratincole and Lapwings.
The Chambal Valley is open from October to April and best place to spend your vacation or family trip.