Kumbhalgarh Fort

Why to visit?
  • 2nd largest wall in the world. 2nd most important fort of Rajasthan after Chittorgarh.
  • A UNESCO world heritage site.
  • Major attractions : Badal Mahal (Birthplace of Maharana Pratap), Kumbha Palace.
  • A 15 feet thick, 36 kms long rampart that encircles the massive citadel, made the fort invincible – India’s reply to Great Wall of China
  • 340 temples inside fort complex. Ganesha, Charbhuja, Parsvanatha temple deserve special tourist attention.
  • Surrounded by lash green Aravalli ranges, this Mewar fortress is famous for scenic beauty.
  • The light & sound show will help you to feel the vibrant voices that still reverberate among the stone walls.
  • The construction of the fort was initiated by Maharana Kumbha in 1443.
  • 82 kms from Udaipur
  • 9 am – 6 pm ( All days of the week )
Entrance Fees:
  • Indians : INR 10 per head
  • Foreign Nationalist : INR 100 per head
Restaurants Nearby:
  • Chowka, The Aodhi  (1.9 kms).
  • Carry your own food and water bottles.
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