Acclaimed for its huge snake-like fortification, Kumbalgarh town is one more plume in Rajasthan’s regal cap. The memorable town is famous for its glorious landmarks, extreme royal residences, a variety of sanctuaries and ostentatious chattris. The Kumbhalgarh fortress is the second most significant fortification of Rajasthan and is a really superb sight. The beguiling area of the fortification at the lower regions of pebbly Aravalli slopes expands the general allure of the spot.
Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuaries has a Lion Safari to bring to the table as well. At the foot of the Aravali, the territory is honored with an intriguing landscape and other common components. Other than continuing a rich vegetation, the territory additionally supports a radiant past made to wake up with landmarks complimenting the vacationers around the city. The mass of Kumbhalgarh Fort is the second longest persistent divider on the planet, after the Great Wall of China.
Attractions: Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary, Badal Mahal, Neelkanth Mahadeo Temple, Mammadev Temple, Vedi Temple, Parshuram Temple, etc…
Best Time to visit: October to March
Peak Season: November to February
How to Reach
- By Air: The closest air terminal to Kumbhalgarh is the Udaipur air terminal which is 64 kms far. From that point, you can take a transport, taxi or vehicle to here.
- By Rail: There is no railroad station in Kumbhalgarh.
- By Road: There are continuous transport administrations to Kumbhalgarh from every significant city and towns in and around Rajasthan. You additionally have the choice of employing a taxi or vehicle administration.