Visitor attractions

Visitor attractions: There are several attractions for visitors at the National Chambal Sanctuary. The most beautiful sight-seeing and photography of gharials and dolphins often take place while going through the water. A ship or boat excursion includes several viewpoints for photography of water, shorebirds, and landscapes. Walking there also gives a chance to experience the


Conservation: On 27th December 2010, the Minister of Atmosphere and Forests, Jairam Ramesh, throughout a visit to the Madras crocodilian Bank, declared the formation of a National Tri-State Chambal Sanctuary Management and Coordination Committee for gharial conservation on 1600 sq. km of the National Chambal Sanctuary. The Committee members can comprise representatives of Water Resources


Vegetation: Common plants within the sanctuary are Khair (Acacia catechu), Palash (Butea monosperma), Indian elm (Holoptelea integrifolia), Indian plum (Ziziphus mauritiana), and grasslike patches on each side of the watercourse. Parts of the sanctuary area unit are vulnerable to depth felonious sand mining. It is endangering the delicate lotic system important for Gharial breeding. 


Wildlife: Other inhabitants of the sanctuary include robber crocodilian, smooth-coated otter, Hyaena, and Indian Wolf. Eight of the twenty-six rare turtle species found in the Asian nation are in Chambal. Indian narrow-headed softshell turtle, three-striped roof turtle, Indian flap shell turtle, softshell turtle, Indian roofed turtle, Indian tent turtle, lizards, and topped watercourse turtle also

National Chambal Sanctuary

National Chambal Sanctuary, also known as the National Chambal Gharial Life Sanctuary is a 5,400 sq. km, tri-state protected space in the northern part of the country. It is home to the critically vulnerable gharials, the red-crowned roof turtle, and the vulnerable river dolphin. It was declared a sanctuary & conserved under the life Protection