- Naturalists / guides very knowledgeable and friendly
- Nature walks around the area very interesting for bird watching, the night walk was fun and the interactions with the local villagers were also great in our case
- Chambal river cruise also very good, animal spotting will obviously vary from day to day, but I would guess, from previous reviews and our own experience, that there's a big probability to see plenty of crocodiles and birds at least (we did see dolphins as well)
- Food was good (not great - a bit bland compared to other food in India)
- Staff friendly and accommodating (heated up dinner for us when we arrived later than expected)
- Our room was quite big and comfortable
- Internet available in common areas but rather weak
Overall a very nice and relaxing stay and unmissable if you like nature walks and animal (especially birds) sightings.
- 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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