Chambal Garden in Kota

Located on the banks of river of Chambal, in the Amar Niwas lies the beautiful Chambal Garden, a famous picnic spot for the locals and tourists. Situated on the south of Kota Fort, Chambal Garden is frequently visited. The park with its landscaped garden and picturesque setting spans a huge area. Several tourists visit this place to enjoy peace in the lap of exquisite greenery.

Chambal Garden Kota

The wonderful pond that is situated just in the middle of the greenery is the main attraction of Chambal garden. The pond is full of crocodiles and many visitors come here during the winter months to see them. You can also see many gharials found in this murky pond, which are the thin and snouted fish eating crocodiles. However, most of the crocodiles are extinct because of hunting. There is also a suspended shaky bridge at a very low height to cross the muddy pond. People can also enjoy boating in the pond as well with the help from boat house.

Chambal Garden is an ideal option for those who love nature, as there are different varieties of plants and trees here. Some rare species can also be seen in the garden. People who wish to spend a day away from the city crowd prefer this garden and they enjoy the natural beauty of this place walking in the garden casually. As Chambal garden possesses some plants, which are typical to this region, many students and researchers of botany visit here. So, it is also a wise option for study tours. In short, Chambal Garden can attract leisure travelers, researchers, nature lovers and adventure tourists.

There is a very meager entry fee of 2 Rs in Chambal Garden. You can have a boating at a fee of Rs 12, while Chambal river cruise charges Rs 300. The garden is open in all days of the week from 10:am to 07:00 pm. The best season to have a pleasure trip to Chambal Garden is winter months.

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