This city is situated on the banks of Yamuna River in the State of Uttar Pradesh. It had played a major role in the history of the country during the British era and stood witness to the reign of many Mughal rulers. The past has not spoilt the scenic charms of this district, it continues to allure nature lovers and adventure seekers to its environs. The lap of Etawah still nurtures varied life-forms that can be seen in the wildlife sanctuaries here, some of which are preserved for their exclusivity. After snaking their way through far and wide places, river Yamuna and Chambal meet in this city, which makes Etawah synonymous with the point of confluence of two rivers. A haven for backpackers and photographers, this place will give you memories for a lifetime.
The city of wildlife enthusiasts and nature lovers has a lot to offer in a short trip. Make sure you take a lion safari but the deal of caging is for humans and not animals. The rich bio-diversity of the Chambal Wildlife Sanctuary is the last bastion for some of the country's most endangered wildlife species. Try enjoying a bicycle ride on the new highway to explore the tourist hot-spots.
The exclusivity of this safari is in the fact that humans or tourists are caged on paths and animals move freely in this zone.
The last bastion for some of the country’s most endangered wildlife species.
The Saifai Airstrip is an airstrip at Saifai village in Etawah District of Uttar Pradesh
Etawah jn. railway station is on the Kanpur–Delhi section of Howrah–Gaya–Delhi line and Howrah–Delhi main line
Etawah bus stand on NH92 is the nearest and is well connected with the road network
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