We loved our 3 nights at Chambal Safari. Its a nice home type hotel. Each member of staff is courteous and friendly. The owner Mr. Ram Pratap SIngh takes personal care to put the guest at comfort. The place is peaceful to the core. Plenty of bird species can be sighted in the hotel premises itself. We saw, hornbill, spotted owl, roufers tree pie etc. Wild rabbit and neelgai were visible from room window. CSL has a veggie garden and huge farms.
Food is great....home made vegetables dishes with hot rotis...
They arranged the safaris in chambal river and saras crane trail. In all we spotted 95 species of birds apart from crocs, gharials and tortise in the wild.
A walk through village gives the gen next (who live in 'India') a glimpse of 'bharat'.
Kudos to the staff including Mr. Surendra Singh and Mr. Gajendra.
If you are travelling in winter, do not forget warmers....this place is real cool!
- 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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