The rare gigantic dolphin is the highlight of the National Chambal Sanctuary. In the year 1979, this sanctuary was established. It is located on the bed of the river Chambal. The administration and management of the region is shared by the three Indian states namely Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. Crocodiles, alligators, smooth coated otters, six types of terrapins or turtles and as many as 250 varieties of birds can be seen in the 400 kilometers of the clean water body along with chinkara, sambar, nilgai, wolf and wild boar.
The origin point of the river Chambal lies in Kota of the Indian state of Rajasthan; after that, the river converges with Yamuna near Bhareh. The dacoits dominates the sandy ravines, along which, the river flows through. Accommodation facilities are available in the Chambal Safari Lodge. It also provides for boating activities.
HOW TO REACH
By air: The closest air terminal is the airport in Gwalior, which is situated at a distance of 105 Kms.
By rail: The nearest railway station is situated in Agra.
By road: One can access this place via frequently run buses, taxis as well as private cars.