Rest house & Camp Churu Rajasthan

History about Taal Chhapar brought and developed by Maharaja Ganga Singh Ji of Bikaner (jangal Pradesh) for there hunting grounds for black bucks, antelopes, wild boars and migratory Birds and also grazing grounds for the horses.


If you are looking for a little piece of African safari in India, head to Tal Chapar, a lesser-known wildlife sanctuary in Rajasthan’s desert district of Churu, which has a grand expanse of rippling grassland that’s home to its star attraction the blackbuck. Laggar Falcon.

Thanks to timely conservation efforts, the number of blackbucks, a species of antelope found only in India, has reached an impressive count of 2,500 in Tal Chapar, according to its forest range officer Surat Singh Poonia. Tal Chapar is about 400km from Delhi a roughly 10-hour drive. There are no big cats here but the acres of gold and green grass are also home to its other major attraction birds.

Though Tal Chapar will forever be associated with blackbucks, over time the birds have taken centre stage in terms of attracting visitors, especially in winter, stretching up to March.

The last few years have witnessed a stream of birders from across the globe making a beeline to Tal Chapar to tick off wanted species on their lists. With migratory eagles
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Near by Religious & Attractions

Laxmangarh Havelia

One of the most beautiful and unique Havelis in Rajasthan in India is the Char Chowk Haveli, Laxmangarh Rajasthan. Nestled in the rugged and green Aravallis, the Char Chowk Haveli, Laxmangarh is the Haveli of Four Courtyards.

Nawalgarh Havelia

Thakur Nawal Singh Ji Bahadur founded Nawalgarh in 1737 AD at the village site of Rohili, before abolition of Jagirs in Rajasthan. Many great business families of marwari community have their origins from Nawalgarh.

Fathegarh Havelia

Fateh Garh Havelia perched on a hill within the very heart of Lake city Udaipur. Fateh Garh is a heritage hotel with lake view and has derived from the Urdu word for victory 'Fateh', and 'Garh' or fortress in Sanskrit.

Salasar Balaji

Salasar Balaji or Salasar Dham in India is a place of religious importance for the devotees of Hanuman. Salasar Balaji is in the religious circuit that includes the pilgrim centers of Rani Sati Temple and Khatushyamji


The Karni Mata Temple is a popular Tourist Destination in the Bikaner region. Karni Mata also has followers from outside of the State. During Durga Navratri (Dussehra Festival)

Goga Medi

A grand fair is held at Gogamedi in August in memory of Gogaji in Churu District. The fair is held from the ninth day of the dark half of Bhaadra (Goga Navami) to the eleventh day of the dark half of the same month.