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A great option of exploring the interesting existence of flora and fauna amidst the abundant riches of nature’s bounty is a memorable trip to the pictorial town of Etawah. Offering captivating views of the rivers Chambal and Yamuna the city of Etawah is set along the river bank of Yamua. A famous historical site for several important incidents that contributed greatly to the eventful history of India, the town provides the tourists a unique opportunity to behold the fascinating view of the union of River Yamuna with River Chambal. Parts of the Indian Salt Hedge, a vital sign of British dominance in India also makes Etawah a popular tourist destination.
Tourist Places in Etawah
Etawah is home to various remarkable tourist attractions within easy reaches of the city, which include the prominence of nature as well as the wonders of the human marvels. The pictorial town of Etawah is spread upon the sprawling soils of the fertile Doab, which stretches from the Yamuna to the Ganga. The Saman Bird Sanctuary and the National Chambal Sanctuary located nearby the city of Etawah are a real treat for the nature lovers, bird watchers, wildlife photographers and amateur fishers. The historical attractions of the Agra city and the town of Bhind, are among the most striking tourist destinations close to Etawah drawing visitors from far and near.
Religious Places in Etawah
People of various faiths belong to Etawah and there are various religious sites situated at different locations in and around the main city. This pictorial town is home to many temples, which include the Tixi Temple, the Nilkanth Temple, the Kaaliwahan Temple and the Jain Temple. Other religious places to visit nearby Etawah, are the historical cities of Vrindavan and Mathura, which are considered greatly holy among all the Hindus across the world.
Gardens in Etawah
The Company Bagh Garden and the St. Mary Garden are some of the most exquisitely landscaped gardens in Etawah. Leisure walks or short family trips to these places of interest in Etawah are quite popular among the local inhabitants living around.
Hotels in Etawah
Hotel Rajdarbar, Hotel Chanakya and Hotel Rajshree feature some of the finest accommodations found across the town of Etawah. These are some of the low cost hotels in Etawah providing affordable stay to the visitors here.
Best Time to Visit Etawah
The winter months extending from October to March are most ideal for a visit to Etawah. Either for exploring the unique varieties of flora and fauna at the nearby wildlife sanctuaries or for enjoying short tours in and around the town, the weather conditions in Etawah remain the most favorable.
How to Reach Etawah
Trains from several faraway and nearby cities arriving at the Etawah Railway Station, buses reaching the Inner State Bus Station from the towns around Etawah, and the regular flights to the nearby Gwalior Airport at Gwalior and to the Chaudhary Charan Singh International Airport at Lucknow make this popular tourist destination in Uttar Pradesh reachable from far and near.