Explore the waters of Chambal by boat to spot critically endangered crocodiles.
India's healthiest population of the severely threatened gharial - aka the gavial or the fish-eating crocodile - call Chambal home.
Accompanied by our experienced naturalist guide, we invite you to go crocodile-spotting at Chambal River on the fringes of Sawai Madhopur to spot this captivating crocodilian in its natural habitat.
The gharial is among the longest of all living crocodilians, with males growing up to six metres (20 feet) long. They're easily identified by a set of long and very thin jaws evolved to best suit their predominantly fish diet.
This excursion includes round-trip transfers by private Jeep from your hotel to the riverbank and a guided boat ride on the river.
The price detailed is in Indian Rupees and valid until 31st March 2021. This indicative price is per couple - if you're travelling solo or as a larger group, do get in touch and we can discuss costs.
Our prices are inclusive of all entry fees, guide fees, driver fees and taxes. With the exception of gratuities at your full discretion, there'll be nothing further to pay on the day.
Our Crocodile-spotting at Chambal River tour is private with a dedicated guide. You're in control of the pace and are welcome to take breaks as and when you desire.
Our private Crocodile-spotting at Chambal River tour comes with one of our top English (and Hindi) speaking guides.
A private Jeep will collect you from your hotel and chauffeur you to Chambal River, dropping you back again afterwards.
Crocodile-spotting at Chambal River Tour Timings
This excursion is best enjoyed at either dawn or dusk.
₹7,500 per couple
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