Bah is situated at 80 kms South of Agra on the old Agra-Etawah route. Around this area is where Yamuna and Chambal River meet. Area now is thanks to efforts of The Chambal Conservation Foundation (set up in 1999 by Kunwar Ram Pratap Singh and his wife, local royal family members), is known for Gangetic Dolphins, Migratory Birds, Alligators, Crocodiles.
Chambal today has emerged as a destination for bird watching and exclusive experiential getaway offering a variety of activities and excursions not found anywhere else:
Camel safari - Camel Safari along the river banks, into the ravines, through villages and up to Fort Ater.
Chambal Safari Lodge is home to a variety of birds. Morning and afternoon and late evening rambles are also organised in and around the Chambal Safari Lodge grounds and surrounding farmland.
The Chambal Safari organises special Nature Walks along the river banks, around the ravines and in the fields surrounding the National Chambal Sanctuary.
Sarus Crane Reserve. Recommended for Birders. - The Sarus Crane Conservation Reserve
Bateshwar temple, 108 Shiva temple complex - The ancient temple complex at Bateshwar on the river Yamuna, 10 km from the Chambal Safari Lodge
The Chambal Safari arranges jeep safaris through remote hamlets and habitations hidden within the folds of the Chambal and Yamuna ravines
Safari on Chambal River - The calm and gentle waters of the Chambal River are best explored on boats and the River Safari provides spectacular opportunities to view the Alligators and migratory birds
Village Visit - The Villages around the Chambal Safari Lodge provide an interesting insight into rural India.
The Patna Bird Sanctuary - Designated in 1990, it covers a wetland habitat of one sq. km. that includes marsh, Khajur forest and a lake full of weeds. It is home to over 200 bird species in the winter months.
Recommended Stay duration: 3 nights Seasonality: Oct - April