Experiences around Chambal

There is much to see and do around Chambal, so you can easily spend a couple of nights or more. For wildlife enthusiasts, you can head out on boat on the Chambal River , home to large numbers of gharial and marsh crocodile, eight species of turtle, otter, and 350 species of birdlife. The Sarus Crane Conservation Area is about 30kms from Chambal. You can also head out on a nature walk. For those interested in the local culture, one of the best ways to see the area is to hop on bikes and simply explore the local villages. For those with an interest in history, the Bateshwar Temples are a must, located on the Yamuna River and consisting of over 100 temples with ghats leading down to the river. The Fort at Ater is only 2kms away, and you can even visit it on a camel safari. Bhareh Fort is another place of historical interest, where in 1857 was attacked by the British during the Mutiny.


Homestays and Havelis: An Immersive Tour of Rajasthan

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This immersive private tour of Rajasthan is unique in that it only focuses on staying in top-end homestays and characterful Havelis. This allows you to get an excellent insight into local Indian life, cuisine, and embark on some truly unique, off-the-beaten-track experiences.

14 days from £3650 p. p.

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