Chambal Garden is situated on the shore of Chambal River and is one of the evergreen tourist attraction of Kota.
Before the development of 7 Wonders Park, it was the Chambal Garden that attracted most of the traveling souls to Kota.
And Why Not!
Let me Talk You to A Virtual Tour of Chambal Garden.
(Chambal Garden Address: Pratap Nagar, Dadabari, Kota.)
Hey! Wait I will get the Tickets first.
The Entry Fee to Chambal Garden is Rs 10.
In case you have rented a Bike, there is parking facility available. And that costs Rs 10 without any time limit.
And there are many small vendors outside the main gate trying to sell toys and a few other things.
If you visit it during monsoon smell of Sweet corn will be all over the place and you won’t be able to resist yourself and buy one.
Things To Do
Now its time to enter the Chambal Garden. Once you enter inside, you will be welcomed by a well-groomed garden.
To your left, you will see a Toy train waiting for you to ride it. It will cost you Rs 40 (in 2018) and the ride will cover most part of the garden and takes around 10 minutes to complete. And leave at the same place from where it started.
After this, you can roam in the Park.
There are a few slides, swings, see-saw in one place of the garden which is mostly filled with Kids. And extra attentive parents watching over their children.
Don’t worry if you are not a Kid, Chambal Garden has something for you too. There is a ride for adults too and I personally like it.
It Cost around Rs50 (2018) but worth the money and a must try.
Don’t ride it if you have eaten anything minutes earlier. I think you know what I’m trying to tell you.
After the ride, you can now descend towards the most beautiful part of the Chambal Garden and the Chambal River will be visible by now.
The coconut trees, the dashing Chimneys of thermal and the mighty Chambal River the view is just so breathtaking.
If you have been looking for peace, this is the place you should stick to and admire the view.
You will feel the power of Chambal River, will be able to have a closer look at the chimneys of thermal, spot the Hanging bridge and also the Adharshila Rock.
After boating you will come across the most talked part of Chambal Garden this was the main reason why people used to come from distant places to visit Chambal Garden.
The Pond, which used to house Gharials and few crocodiles too. And there is a suspension bridge over it where you can feel the swings of it. And to reach the other part of the garden you have to cross it or else go backward from where you came.
Crossing a bridge over a pond which houses Gharials surely pumps adrenaline rush.
But recently, the bridge broke down and fell into the pond. After this accident Gharials have been shifted somewhere else. Although the bridge has been rebuilt again, & there are no Gharials anymore. Bad luck.
But that feeling its still there. Just imagine crocodiles looking at you with hungry eyes. Scary na!
Once you cross the bridge, there is a food stall and toilet facility.
I will personally recommend you to avoid eating anything at this Food stall. The food quality is far below average, even the water bottles are spiked.
Food is allowed inside Chambal Garden. So it’s better to bring your own food and enjoy eating it inside the garden. Just take care of the leftovers and use dustbin.
So this how it ends.
If you want peace and enjoy being in solitude, then too this place won’t disappoint you.
Best Time To Visit: (Oct – April) In the evening.
Over to you:
Are you excited to visit Chambal garden?
Or Ever visited this place, do share your experiences.
What’s your best memory here?