This fort has the longest wall after the great wall of china, It is built at a height and you can view nearby places from tht top and also you can have a view of the wildlfe sanctuary. if you visit in monsoon you can see clouds touching the palace that is why it is also known as Badal Mahal
Not much to see in terms of wildlife. But the Kumbalgarh fort is nice. It is almost 100 kms from udaipur city so plan it only if you have many days in hand. If short on time, you can definitely skip this one
If you are a Jungle lover or have young kids along, you must visit. We could not spot any big animals but really enjoyed the ride. Do not try if you have back problems as obviously no proper roads are there, this a real bumpy ride of about 2 hours. Though we could see “neel gay” “Sattar Singha” “owl” etc.... 更多
It is costly to take a safari and mostly as locals inform there is not much wildlife to see. If one is lucky then they can spot some animal else it can see from top of the fort.
We had gone to the wildlife sanctuary in the first week of march. We were advised to go early morning so we had reached the sanctuary gate by 6 am. My main objective was to see birds, but i was disappointed in that. Apparently birding season is in Jan/ March. Not too many other animals also, we just spotted couple... 更多
Kumbhalgarh fort is the only fort in India that has never been conquered since it was built. It is spread over a really large area and the fort has the second longest wall, only after the Great Wall. One will have to walk a lot in order to explore the whole fort which has in total 365 jain and hindu... 更多
This is one of the most grueling jeep safaris in India as you have to go down a steep hill to reach the sanctuary. So try getting a jeep in which the visitor seats are NOT perpendicular to the driver seat. Since it is a hilly terrain, forest guard and guides boast of leopards but have met anyone who has... 更多