Chunda Polo Club

Equestrian Excellence

Welcome to our esteemed Polo Club, where passion and precision meet on the lush fields. Experience the thrill of this noble sport and immerse yourself in a world of equestrian excellence, unmatched camaraderie, and unforgettable moments.

Polo, often associated with the privileged class, has long symbolised sophistication, evoking images of refined gatherings adorned with elegant hats and champagne toasts. Traditionally linked to the elite echelons of society, polo has a world where privileged individuals converge in the shade of pristine white tents, relishing in convivial conversations over delightful cocktails. We strive to broaden the reach of this regal sport and extend a warm invitation to all to partake in an enchanting afternoon with these spirited equine companions in our Polo club in Udaipur.

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Learn Polo


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Polo Day


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Horse Riding


Archery board

Shooting Range


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Location Shoot


Immersing yourself in the spectacle of a polo match is an exhilarating way to spend your day. To ensure an enjoyable experience, the Chunda Polo Club hosts matches, offering spectators the opportunity to reserve a table at our clubhouse cafe and relish refreshing drinks and delectable meals right by the field. As you witness the game unfold, our resident club commentator will provide engaging play-by-play analysis, enhancing your enjoyment of this glorious sport and allowing you to immerse yourself fully in the exhilarating moments.


Coin Toss – Get featured as a VIP who flips the coin at the pre-game ceremony deciding the direction of play at the beginning of the game.

National Anthem – Be part of the chorus and sing the national anthem which will take place before the game.

Throw in – Be the guest of honour for the throw in to start the match.

Champagne at Halftime – A ritual unique to the game of polo. Socialise with players on the field while sipping a glass of sparkling wine during the halftime break.

Divot Stomp – Help repair the field during the halftime divot stomp. Not only does doing this help replace clumps of grass kicked up by galloping horses, it also provides a fun opportunity to socialise.