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Welcome To Chambal Safari
Chambal Safari is a river safari that takes visitors along the Chambal River, which flows through the states of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and Uttar Pradesh in India. The Chambal River is known for its pristine waters and rich biodiversity, and the safari offers visitors an opportunity to experience the river’s natural beauty and spot a variety of wildlife species.
The Chambal Safari offers visitors a chance to see the critically endangered gharial crocodile, which is found only in India and Nepal. The river is also home to several other species of crocodiles, including the mugger crocodile. Visitors can also spot a variety of river dolphins, such as the Gangetic river dolphin, which is one of the rarest freshwater dolphins in the world.
The safari also offers visitors an opportunity to spot a variety of bird species, including the Indian skimmer, river tern, black-bellied tern, and darter. The river banks are also home to several species of turtles, such as the Indian softshell turtle, and a variety of fish species, such as the mahseer and catfish.
The Chambal Safari is conducted on small boats, which can accommodate up to eight people. The boats are piloted by experienced boatmen who are familiar with the river and its wildlife. Visitors can choose between a morning or an afternoon safari, and the safari lasts for approximately two to three hours.
The Chambal Safari is a unique and exciting experience for visitors who want to explore the natural beauty of the Chambal River and spot some of the rarest wildlife species in India.
How to Book Chambal Safari?
Chambal Safari can be booked online or offline through various tour operators and travel agencies. Here are some steps to follow to book Chambal Safari:
Choose a tour operator or travel agency that offers Chambal Safari. You can find them by searching online or asking for recommendations from friends or travel forums.
Check the availability of the safari on your preferred date and time.
Choose the type of safari you want to take, such as a motorboat safari or a camel safari.
Provide the required information, such as the number of participants, the date and time of the safari, and any special requests or requirements you may have.
Pay the required fee for the safari. The fee may vary depending on the type of safari and the duration of the safari.
After the booking is confirmed, you will receive a confirmation email or message with the details of the safari, including the meeting point, the contact details of the guide, and any other relevant information.
It is advisable to book the Chambal Safari well in advance, especially during peak season, as the availability may be limited. Also, make sure to check the cancellation policy and any other terms and conditions before making the booking.
Best Thinks to do
Best Things to do in Chambal.
Chambal is a beautiful region with a rich natural and cultural heritage. Here are some of the best things to do in Chambal:
Chambal River Safari: Explore the Chambal River and its rich biodiversity by taking a river safari (Chambal Boat Safari Booking). Spot the critically endangered gharial crocodile, river dolphins, and a variety of bird and fish species.
Visit the National Chambal Sanctuary: The National Chambal Sanctuary is a protected area that covers parts of Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, and Madhya Pradesh. It is home to a variety of wildlife species, including the gharial crocodile, Indian skimmer, and Gangetic river dolphin.
Explore the Bateshwar Temples: The Bateshwar Temples are a group of more than 100 temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. The temples are located on the banks of the Yamuna River and are known for their intricate carvings and beautiful architecture.
Visit the Alligator and Crocodile Farm: The Alligator and Crocodile Farm is located near the Chambal River and is home to a variety of crocodile and alligator species. Visitors can see the reptiles up close and learn about their habitats and behaviors.
Visit the Ranthambore National Park: The Ranthambore National Park is a wildlife reserve located near Chambal and is known for its Bengal tigers. Visitors can take a jeep safari and explore the park’s rich flora and fauna.
Take a Camel Safari in Chambal: Explore the Chambal region on a camel safari and experience the region’s rural life and culture.
Visit the Chambal Fossil Park: The Chambal Fossil Park is a unique attraction that houses fossils and remains of prehistoric animals and plants that lived in the Chambal region millions of years ago.
These are some of the best things to do in Chambal. Visitors can also explore the local villages, taste the regional cuisine, and learn about the region’s history and culture.
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How to reach Chambal?
Chambal is a region that spans across parts of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and Uttar Pradesh in India. Here are some ways to reach Chambal:
By Air: The nearest airport to the Chambal region is the Agra Airport, which is located about 70 km from the city of Agra in Uttar Pradesh. From the airport, visitors can hire a taxi or take a bus to reach Chambal.
By Train: The nearest railway station to Chambal is the Agra Cantonment Railway Station, which is well-connected to major cities in India. Visitors can take a train to Agra and then hire a taxi or take a bus to reach Chambal.
By Road: Chambal is well-connected to major cities in India by road. Visitors can take a bus or hire a taxi to reach Chambal from cities such as Agra, Jaipur, Delhi, and Gwalior.
By River: Visitors can also reach Chambal by taking a river safari on the Chambal River. The safari is a unique and adventurous way to explore the region’s natural and cultural heritage.
Once in Chambal, visitors can explore the region by hiring a taxi or taking a guided tour. It is advisable to plan the trip in advance and check the weather and road conditions, especially during the monsoon season.
Reviews and Experience
Patient and learned guides made it a wonderful experience!
Thanks to our guide, Ramdhan and Salman ,who expertly drove us around the forest area,we were able to enjoy our very first but definitely not the last Ranthambore Safari experience. Kudos to Hanuman and team for arranging this for us. Best wishes!!
We had book 2 safari’s before we left the Uk one pm one am , on both of these we were very disappointed we went to zone 7 & 8 & saw nothing but deer.
We then booked a canter for am visit to zone 3 & with 5 minutes we saw a tiger resting,he then got up & we followed him for an hour , truly amazing experience, he got so close to us .
We have some fantastic photos & videos .
One thing I will say , the guides & the drivers expect tips, which is fine , you expect that , but they always seem disappointed with what you give & we ask many people what was a good tip , so we thought we was being fair , but they don’t make you feel like you are .
Anyway overall Amazing!!
Best Safari experience and hospitality from the team
Hanuman Sir really helped us through our safari bookings and transportation in Ranthambore at best rates possible.
Everyone who joined us on our journey were very humble, knowledgeable and tried their best to give us a seamless service. We spotted tigers too at our first visit to the park!
I did 3 safaris over 2 days. On the first day after 2 safaris in zone 3 and 10, is not see any tiger. I almost gave up hope but decided to book another morning safari with this company at the last minute. I was not disappointed! I saw 3 tigers that morning in zone 4 only a few meters from the canter.
I know people say that it is mainly luck and patients when it comes to spotting a tiger, but I’d say it also comes down to your tour guide and the driver. The the guide and diver I had were excellent, always alert and in the look out. I know that because, I can compare with the other 2 safaris I had.
We had two safari one with jeep and one canter. In the morning, with jeep, we observed two tigers at the same time, which is really rare, and we are grateful to have seen them. The guide was really good and explained things very well. In addition, we could see other animals and birds. I highly recommend this webpage and their services.
Two tiger observation
We had two safari one with jeep (Zone 6) and one canter (Zone 3). In the morning, with jeep, we observed two tigers at the same time in Zone 3, which is really rare, and we are grateful to have seen them. We only saw crocodiles and monkeys in the afternoon, as well as some other birds and large mamalians, but no tigers. The guide was really good and explained things very well. In addition, we could see other animals and birds. I highly recommend this webpage and their services.
Top Service! Trustworthy
We contacted Ranaman from Switzerland and within minutes he was already WhatsApp calling us. He helped us in every way possible. We prewired the money for a “private” Jeep Safari and it all worked out great. We then on short notice wanted to add on an afternoon Safari and Ranaman did his best to accommodate us and gave us the trust that we would pay once we were back. Really helpful. Oh and we saw a beautiful Tiger!
Tiger Safari !
The Best Guide of Ranthambore enabled with skills to trace the Tiger Zone. I along with my family had a blissful day because of him… spotting 2 tigers in one go!
Best service and Ranthambore experience!
This being my first time in Ranthambore, I didn’t know what to expect. I had the best time and amazing sightings in all our Safaris, thanks to Hanuman!
Overall hospitality was too good!
Amazing Safari !
Had a brilliant time at the Ranthambore Safari! Got some great sightings thanks to Mr. Hanuman ! He saw I was upset as I was not getting any sighting at the start of the Safari and he promised and made sure that I get the best sighting and he delivered ! Will definitely recommend to do the safaris under him and his team ! Thank you for a wonderful experience! Will definitely visit again soon !