Chambal River Sanctuary

Chambal River Sanctuary

National Chambal Sanctuary, also called the National Chambal Gharial Wildlife Sanctuary, is a 5,400 km2 (2,100 sq mi) tri-state protected area in northern India for the protection of the Critically Endangered gharial, the red-crowned roof turtle and the Endangered Ganges river dolphin.

Located on the Chambal River near the tripoint of Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh, it was first declared in Madhya Pradesh in 1978, and now constitutes a long narrow eco-reserve co-administered by the three states. Within the sanctuary, the pristine Chambal River cuts through mazes of ravines and hills with many sandy beaches.

The National Chambal Sanctuary was set up in 1979 as a river sanctuary along an approximately 425 km length of the Chambal River and its ravines stretching over 2-6 km wide along the river.

The sanctuary is protected under India's Wildlife Protection Act of 1972. The sanctuary is administered by the Department of Forest under the Project Officer with headquarter at Morena, Madhya Pradesh.


Hotels Near Chambal River Safari


List Of Hotels

  • Bhadrawati Safari Ranthambore Resort
  • Hotel Sanctuary Resort
  • The Oberoi Vanyavilas Wildlife Resort, Ranthambhore
  • Tiger Moon Resort
  • Ranthambhor Tiger Valley
  • The Village Heart
  • Saini Guest House
  • The Hammir Wildlife Resort
  • Ranthambhore Tiger Valley
  • Mela Kothi - The Chambal Safari Lodge

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