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Restored from an almost 550 year old farmland by Pal Singh's great grandson, this place is full of potential. It needs a lot more capital injection and professional help to make it buzz. The original intent is admirable, but execution on the ground is poorly...More
Owner Anu was there when we visited and she is a gracious host and so friendly. Room huge but ordinary. Food well cooked and lots of choice. Our morning Sarus Crane trip delivered excellent birding, but it's a long way and we had to take...More
We spend two nights at Chambal Safari Lodge. The resort itself looks a bit tired and need some maintenance, as did most of the other 5 lodges we visited during our trip. The food was excellent, and nice that we could talk to the chef...More
Overall, a good experience. Wifi is not good and only in lobby, so if you're doing business or posting photos, can be hit and miss. Nice nature around, birds, and staff are very very pleasent. Room was very clean with modern bathroom. Good cycling tour...More
I had 2 nights at this lodge, and really enjoyed it. Run by a lovely couple who were around to talk to. They try to make it as eco friendly as possible. I had a massive room which was very comfortable. Food was very good,...More
KarenKMG, The Lodge contact details are on their website. Tripadvisor is not letting me paste the exact link, but you can look for CHAMBAL and SAFARI and LODGE via google and the website will come up. The 'contact' page will... More
KarenKMG, The Lodge contact details are on their website. Tripadvisor is not letting me paste the exact link, but you can look for CHAMBAL and SAFARI and LODGE via google and the website will come up. The 'contact' page will get you the info you need.
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"All Bungalows are good but those to the West are quieter, you have to walk further for meals is all."