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Chambal

Uttar Pradesh | India
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Chambal is categorised as Bird Watching / Getaways


(Nivalink Trip Dated - 31 January 2010)
River Safari
On a River Safari
Ater Fort (Photo Courtesy: Abhishek727)
Lord Shiva Deity in Bateshwar Temple (Nivalink Trip Dated - 31 January 2010)
Boating in Bateshwar Temple (Nivalink Trip Dated - 31 January 2010)
Bateshwar Temple (Nivalink Trip Dated - 31 January 2010)
Crocodiles in Chambal River
(Nivalink Trip Dated - 31 January 2010)

Reasons to Visit
  • The National Chambal Sanctuary consists of about 400 km of the Chambal River. Which begins from Rajasthan’s Kota barrage.
  • Chambal is located 80 km south of Agra on Rajasthan, UP and Madhya Pradesh border in the legendary Chambal Valley.
  • Chambal Safari Lodge is 80 km south of Agra on Rajasthan, UP and Madhya Pradesh border in the legendary Chambal Valley.
  • Chambal area is where one finds Gangetic Dolphins, Alligators, Crocodiles, a large variety of birds and a comprehensive eco-tourism experience (Village visits, Chambal ravine Jeep Safari, Sarus Crane Reserve visit, Bateshwar riverside temple visit, Camel Safari etc).
Recommendations
  • Major Hindu Pilgrimages in Uttar Pradesh"Bateshwar Temples, Bah - Bah at 80 kms South of Agra is home to ancient temple complex of 108 Shiva Temple, popularly known as Bateshwar Temples. Bateshwar Temples is set on banks of River Yamuna and is most unique as its one of the rare temples where Shiva is depicted as a person and not a Linga. Bateshwar Temples are popularly visited ex-Agra as a day visit."
  • Wildlife and Bird watching Destinations in Uttar Pradesh"Bah is set 70 kms South of Agra around Chambal Sanctuary and the area is renowned for its Alligators and migratory bird watching. "
  • Popular Ex-Delhi Wildlife and Bird watching Getaways"Chambal is a bird watching destination and experiential getaway at 70 kms South of Agra and about 280 kms from New delhi. Chambal river offers travellers boat safaris and an opportunity to sight Alligators and rare birds including Cranes, Indian Skimmer etc. Chambal is a bird watching experience that is must visit for any bird watcher and a recommended experiential / off beat getaway."
  • Wildlife and Bird watching Destinations in Rajasthan"Chambal area set around 80 kms South of Agra is known for Gangetic Dolphins, Alligators, Crocodiles. The area was once renowned for Chambal ravines where dacoits thrived and is now a prime bird watching destination offering sightings of exotic birds (e.g. Indian Skimmer) and a most exclusive bird watching experience around Ravines, Rivers and countryside."
Access Information

Chambal has 1 Hotels approved and listed with Nivalink

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Experiential1
Type of HotelsCount
Farm1

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4 verified holiday itineraries are listed for Chambal

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Getaway (1-3 nights)1
Short Break (4-6 nights)3

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List of Holidays for Chambal

Getaway

  • Chambal Extended Bird Watching Getaway (3 Nights)

Short Break

  • Bharatpur - Chambal Bird watching Break (4 Nights)
  • Chambal Bird watching Getaway with Agra (4 Nights)
  • Rajasthan Bird Watching Break (6 Nights)

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Chambal has 9 Transport services that can be booked online. Click here for reviewing and booking them.

Car On Disposal

ServicesRates Starting From
2 days Chambal excursion (Bah) from AgraRs. 4445
2 Days Chambal excursion (Bah) from BharatpurRs. 6667
3 days Chambal excursion (Bah) from AgraRs. 7223
3 Days Chambal excursion (Bah) from BharatpurRs. 8667
4 days Chambal excursion (Bah) from AgraRs. 8889
5 Days Chambal excursion (Bah) from AgraRs. 10667

Day Sightseeing

ServicesRates Starting From
Full day excursion to Chambal (near Bah) from AgraRs. 3334

Point to Point Transport

ServicesRates Starting From
Pickup/Drop between Agra and Bah (Chambal)Rs. 2389
Pickup/Drop between Bharatpur and Bah (Chambal)Rs. 4445

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Chambal has 5 Add Ons approved and listed with Nivalink.

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Bird Watching3
Experience1
Wildlife Excursion2

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List of Service Add Ons for Chambal

Bird Watching

Services Rates Starting From
Chambal River Safari for Bird Watching and AlligatorsRs. 3240
Jeep Safari Bhareh SafariRs. 3240
Jeep Safari to Sarus Crane Wetland AreaRs. 3240

Experience

Services Rates Starting From
Camel Safari in Chambal - A trip through ravines to Ater fortRs. 3240

Wildlife Excursion

Services Rates Starting From
Chambal River Safari for Bird Watching and AlligatorsRs. 3240
Jeep Safari Blackbuck SafariRs. 3240

7 Travel Ideas listed for Chambal. Click here for reviewing them.

Destination Ideas

  • Bird watching at Chambal
  • Chambal Experience
  • Chambal Experience – Camel Safari
  • Chambal Experience – Jeep Safaris

Stay Ideas

  • Chambal Safari Lodge experience

Festivals linked to Chambal (Uttar Pradesh)

  • Bateshwar Cattle Fair
  • Bateshwar Temple Fair

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  • NameDescriptionCategorySub-CategoryDistance(Kms)
    Bateshwar Temples are a set of 108 Shiva temples on banks of River Yamuna and is most unique as its one of the rare temples where Shiva is depicted as a person and not a Linga. Shortly after Bateshwar Temple, Yamuna River meets the Chambal River and the entire area is haven for Bird watchers. there is a healthy population of allgators as well. Boats are available on hire for guests.
    Temple or Holy Place, Rides
    Lord Shiva, Boating
    10
  • NameDescriptionCategorySub-CategoryDistance(Kms)
    The ravines and nearby villages on camel back and visit the 800 year old fort Ater - Camels remain an important mode of transport for man and goods alike. They are also an ideal means for exploring the ravines and searching for the wildlife that have made these ravines their home. Be transported back in time as you amble along long forgotten trails and pathways on these haughty beasts, with their snootily upturned noses and disdainfully curled lips. One may take a Camel Safari along the river banks, into the ravines, through villages and up to Fort Ater.
    Activity, Heritage Site
    Fort, Jeep Safaris, Village Visit
    20
    The Sarus Crane Conservation Reserve starts around 30 kms from Bah extending to about 100 kms. It is a widespread wetland area, interspersed by cultivated fields, where large numbers of the Sarus Cranes breed.
    Activity
    Bird Watching
    30
    The Patna Bird Sanctuary is a designated sanctuary (since 1990) covers a wetland habitat of one sq. km. that includes marsh, khajur forest and a lake full of weeds and is home to over 200 bird species in the winter months. During this period more than 300,000 birds can be found in this area, transforming the small lake into a riot of colours and sounds. It is a good place to see large flocks of birds such as Cranes, Geese, Ducks, Waders, Cormorants and Spoonbills
    Activity
    Bird Watching
    80
  • NameDescriptionCategorySub-CategoryDistance(Kms)
    Around Bah, Yamuna River meets the Chambal River and the entire area is haven for Bird watchers. The area is maintained by 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.
    Activity
    Bird Watching, Boat Safari
    10
    Jeep Safaris and Camel Safaris are truly an experiential way to explore area around Chambal sanctuary which once used to be bastion of famous chambal area dacoits. Half a day visit to Fort Ater is recommended to fully explore the area.
    Activity
    Jeep Safaris, Camel Safari
    10
    The Villages around the Chambal area provide an interesting insight into rural India. One can still find a potter at his wheel making earthen ware kullars (cups), a cobbler using the simplest implements to fashion and repair a most interesting variety of leather items, and shops selling all manner of goods from jaggery blocks to hand-woven quilts. Village walks are popularly organised here for experiential travellers.
    Activity, Arts Crafts Culture
    Craft Village, Village Visit
    10

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Average Day / Night Temperature of Agra,Uttar Pradesh,India

January
23°C / 10°C
February
25°C / 13°C
March
35°C / 20°C
April
40°C / 28°C
May
45°C / 33°C
June
42°C / 34°C
July
39°C / 31°C
August
35°C / 28°C
September
36°C / 27°C
October
36°C / 24°C
November
31°C / 18°C
December
26°C / 13°C

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Nearest Airport in Chambal
  • Kheria Airport ( AGR ) , Agra-70 Kms
Nearest Railway Stations in Chambal
  • Agra Cantt ( AGC ), Agra-70 Kms
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