Kumbhalgarh, Rajasthan, India

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About Kumbhalgarh

Kumbhalgarh (Kumbhal Fort) is located at westerly range of Aravalli Hills and 100 Kms away from Udaipur, Rajasthan. Kumbhalgarh is one of the india's world heritage sites which built during the 15th century by Rana Kumbha. Kumbhalgarh is also birthplace of one of the great king and warrior Maharana Pratap. The fort is now open for public and is one of the popular tourist destination of Rajasthan. Kumbhalgarh is considered as one of the finest sunset destination of India. Tourists from across the world visits this place to experience fabulous sunset.

In Kumbhalgarh, every evening tourists can also enjoy the light and sound show which describes the history of this place, kings and many more things. Make sure you left the Kumbhalgarh just after finishing the show because the roads are quite dangerous when you return from the place. Around Kumbhalgarh you can also find various hotels where you can accommodate and those are one of the calmest place.


How To Reach Kumbhalgarh

There is no airport or railway station in Kumbhalgarh. Falna railway station is the closest station, and Udaipur airport is the closest airport. Both cities have good connections to places like Jaipur, Jodhpur and Delhi, among others. Tourists can travel to Kumbhalgarh by taxi from Udaipur or Falna.

By Air

The nearest airport is in Udaipur, which is about 85 kilometres away. From here you can get numerous local transport to reach to Kumbhalgarh Fort.

By Train

Falna railway station is the closest railhead which is about 80 kilometres away from the fort.

By Road

Kumbhalgarh Fort is well connected by a road network. You can get various Rajasthan State Government Roadways regular and deluxe buses that stop in Kumbhalgarh on their way to other cities.


Things to do in Kumbhalgarh

1. Biggest Wall of India

At Kumbhalgarh, you will be able to see the second biggest wall in the whole world right after the Great Wall of China. Many people are not aware about this fascinating fact.

2. Enjoy Light and Sound Show

You can see a light and sound show at Kumbhalgarh. This stunning show brilliantly depicts Kumbhalgarh's illustrious past. Under the lights in the evening, the entire fort appears magnificent and breathtaking. With its stunning use of colours, lights, and sound, the show is completely enthralling.

3. Go for Jungle Safari

The Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary is a lush green nature park that surrounds around the famous Kumbhalgarh Fort. With a total area of 577 square kilometres, this hill-dense jungle is enormous.

4. Trekking

There are also some fantastic hiking trails at the sanctuary. The dense jungle and hills offer unrivalled hiking opportunities. It's a nearly 4-kilometer trail that's popular because of the flora you'll see along the way.

5. Explore Ganga Govardhan Museum

The Ganga Govardhan Museum in Kumbhalgarh is a fantastic museum with a diverse collection of historic artefacts. The museum houses a large collection of coins, crockery, and weapons that date back to the country's glorious past.

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