Here are the top 2 tourist attractions to see in National Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary:

1. Fort Ater

Must visit 3.5 /5

32 km
from city center
1 out of 2
places to visit in National Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary

The Ater Fort was built by Bhadauria kings Badan Singh, Maha Singh and Bhakat Singh during 1664-1698. You should definitely check out the great Khooni Darwaza, Raja ka Bangla, hathiapor etc.

2. Bateshwar Temples

3.6 /5 View 9+ photos

50 km
from city center
2 out of 2
places to visit in National Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary

Located around 8 km from the Chambal Safari Lodge, Bateshwar temple complex is home to a number of Naga sadhus who have carved out little caves and temples within the mud walls.

FAQs on National Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary

Can you suggest an itinerary for National chambal wildlife sanctuary?

Reach Chambal Valley. Rest at the Forest Department Guest houses or the Chambal Safari Lodge, which makes for a luxurious accommodation. The National Chambal Sanctuary is 35 minutes away from the Chambal Safari Lodge. Reach the sanctuary. Hire a boat or a jeep to explore the river. The river safari is 3 to 4 hours long. Head back to your accommodation.

How can I commute within National chambal wildlife sanctuary?

Tourists usually rent a motorized boat and go up and down the river as it flows through the ravines which makes for a serene experience. It is not only a wildlife lovers' and a birdwatcher's paradise, but also the perfect place to go to take a leisure break.
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