We have repeatedly visited Chambal Safari Lodge over the past few years. We have driven there after work on Friday and have returned in the afternoon on Sunday. We have recommended a stay at the lodge for almost all of our overseas visitors. The bucolic setting, the fascinating natural history of the river, the ravines, and the agricultural lands, the exceptional taste and conviviality of the hosts, and the marvelous sapidity of the cuisine make for a perfect getaway. Birding and nature watching are great. It is thrilling to catch a glimpse of the Gangetic dolphin. The history and culture are captivating. Excellent guides have taken us to site filled with mystery not yet studied. The ambience of peaceful relaxation is a welcomed and necessary balm for the urban dweller. We love visiting the lodge and the local environs and give it our highest recommendation.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A family run eco-lodge nestling in 35 acres of reclaimed land. An oasis of peace, tranquility, and gracious hospitality. An opportunity to explore the Chambal Valley. River Safari for Gharials, Marsh crocodiles, Gangetic river dolphins, and Indian skimmers. Jeep safaris for Black-buck & Sarus cranes. Camel safari to Fort Ater, and excursions to the medieval temple complex at Bateshwar - site of the second largest animal fair in India (Sonepur in Bihar being the largest). Nature walks and village walks. ... more less
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