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Adventure Chambal Safari Day Tours

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billpam56 wrote a review Jun 2019
London, United Kingdom69 contributions27 helpful votes
8:45am we set off at a gentle pace on the river , having already seen a good variety of bird life on the river bank , including : long-legged Buzzard , Oriental Skylark , Indian Skimmer , Red-naped Ibis and Ash-crowned Finch-lark . As we slowly cruised along the river I was able to get very close to the waterbirds on the small sandbanks and take photos . I saw :Comb and Lesser Whistling Ducks , Bar-headed Geese , Hume’s short-toed Lark , Temmick’s Stint , Brown Crake and Small Pratincole -to name just a few . In a tree on the bank I spotted a Bonneli’s Eagle on it’s nest and flying over the boat saw Black-bellied Terns , Greater short-toed Larks (200+) and an Osprey carrying a fish it had just caught . In addition to birds I saw Mugger Crocodile , Gharial and Soft-shell Turtle . We returned at 11:45am having had a truelle memorable river safari . Highly recommended .
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Date of experience: March 2019
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gcPenny wrote a review Dec 2018
Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia11 contributions3 helpful votes
My friend and I did the river boat cruise. Although we did enjoy seeing the beautiful river, it wasn’t exactly what the brochure said it would be. It was more bird watching (and we did see some interesting birds) than seeing otters and crocodiles as shown on the brochure. We were also told it would go for an hour and a half, however we were back after only an hour. Not sure it was worth the price for us
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Jitendra M wrote a review May 2017
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Holding fort in the food business for over a decade, this celebrated joint set foot in the field in the year 2004. Its dedication to deliver the finest quality food is validated through the reputation it holds in the area as well as the growing number of patrons over the years.
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Date of experience: December 2016
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Aftab A wrote a review Mar 2017
19 contributions2 helpful votes
This is traveller to kota & many palaces in names of adventure chambal safari tours. Name is shown that is this travellers.
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Date of experience: March 2017
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GIRIJA D wrote a review Dec 2016
Pathanamthitta, India389 contributions56 helpful votes
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Kota- the 3rd largest city of the north Indian state – Rajastan, located in its south-west region of the state and is about 250 km south from the state capital Jaipur. Recently it is famous as an educational hub especially students preparing for entrance exams such as IIT, JEE etc. . Myself with family visited Kota city in July 2016. By car it will take about 3 hours from Jaipur city. It is good to know a bit about its history. The golden age of Kota was in the 17th century under the ruler ship of Rajput prince Madho Singh during the reign of the Mughal Emperor Jahangir. The major attractions in Kota are a fort –Kangra Fort, Chambal garden along the bank of the river Chamba – a tributary of Ganga, Kishore sagar lake, Jagmandir Palace etc. Palace is at the centre of the Kishore sagar lake looks very beautiful. For the public, entry to this palace is prohibited. At night time the lighting around this lake and the reflection of Jagmandir palace in the sourrounding water makes the area much fascinating. There is a National Bird Sanctuary in Kota. Mainly we can see peacocks. It seems very friendly to the public. We can take photos when it comes near to the walkways and can feed them. The very famous Kangra Fort in Kota is in the northern border of the district on the bank of the river Chamba. We can enjoy the beauty of the river, Fort and the thick greenery along the bank of the river, from a nearby bridge over the Chamba River. There are many other tourist attractions in Kota such as Gaipernath Waterfall, City palace, Government museum, Kota barrage etc. But unfortunately we could not visit them all. There are many major hospitals in Kota, We visited one among them, but the hygiene and neatness have to be improved much….. more. The free life for hundreds of cows and dogs on the streets and the shortage of the public urination sheds makes the city very dirty. Even though there is a small Airport, it is functioning for military use only because that area is very sensitive being a boarder state. So the nearest airport for the public is Jaipur. We can see many temples there. Most of them are built in the traditional Indian style of architecture.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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