How one could have built this 1600 years ago is a reflection of Indian engineering. This is an impregnable Fort and inspires awe. I wish it were better maintained. Efforts by ASI to renovate the run down palace of the king into a museum are welcome. They should run a sound and light show around the johar area as well.... 更多
This spectacular fortress was built more than a 1000 years ago on a rocky outcrop and sits in the middle of Ranthambore sanctuary. Ride in an open 4 wheel vehicle then hike to the fort, a huge structure with fascinating history and fine craftmanship.
Access to the fort is via many steps and a long climb but, taken gently, it's achievable for most people. The fort offers amazing views over the national park and there are lots of buildings and monuments to see at the top.
long walk to the top, but its all worth it. The view is impeccable. When in Ranthambore, please do not miss this place. It has a lot of monkeys too. You can drive down in your own car. Parking is available at the bottom of the fort. OVerall a pleasant experience.
Its very big fort inside of Ranthambore National Park. No fees for the same and has very nice Natural and Historical architecture, From there one can see a very big part of Park and can spend a nice time pass without any charges. Take your some food and see the natural site in silent.
Fort: Quite a big fort...entry to which is free. Takes a minimum of 2 hours to see the entire place. The Ganesh temple is situated right inside the fort. Do not take any guide as they give you some story of a private union and of they being authorised certified something something and will take a min of 500 rs... 更多
We came here with our tour group. Lots of stairs but depth not bad, just pace yourself. There are lots of monkeys. Do Not be eating food or they will jump you and take it. My cane came in handy for an Indian family to scare off monkey and get his bag of clothes back. The monkeys are very entertaining.... 更多