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National Chambal Sanctuary Travel Guide

Exploring the Wildlife of National Chambal Sanctuary: A Travel Guide

National Chambal Sanctuary, also called the National Chambal Gharial Wildlife Sanctuary is a protected area located on the Chambal River near the tri-point of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. The sanctuary is known for its rich and diverse wildlife, including many species of mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians.

The Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary covers an area of approximately 5,400 square kilometers, and is home to a wide variety of animals, including the endangered gharial crocodile, the red-crowned roof turtle, the smooth-coated otter, and the Indian skimmer. The sanctuary is also home to a variety of mammals, such as the Indian wolf, the striped hyena, the Indian fox, and the nilgai.

In addition to its rich wildlife, the Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary is also known for its beautiful landscapes, which include grasslands, forests, wetlands, and rocky hills. The sanctuary is a popular destination for birdwatchers, with more than 300 species of birds being found in the park, including the Indian courser, the Indian pitta, and the Indian vulture.

Visitors to the Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary can explore the park on foot, by bicycle, or by taking a safari tour. The park also offers boat rides on the Chambal River, which provide a unique opportunity to see the animals and birds that live in the sanctuary.

Overall, the National Chambal Sanctuary is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in nature and wildlife, and offers a unique and unforgettable experience for visitors.

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National Chambal Sanctuary

The sanctuary, in Uttar Pradesh, covers about 400 km of the Chambal river area, which starts from Rajasthan's Kota barrage. It was declared a national sanctuary in 1979 and sits across three states: Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan.The Chambal river to witness the Gharial, Mugger, Turtles, Otter, and the freshwater Dolphin.

Ater Fort

Ater Fort was built by king Badan Singh Bhadouria in 1664-1668. It is located deep inside the ravines of Chambal. Now it is in a dilapidated condition. It is located 35 Kms in the west of the Bhind city. The main attractions of the fort are the Khooni Darwaza, Badan Singh Ka Mahal, Hathiapor, Raja Ka Bangla, and Rani Ka Bangla.

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