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Honey Chitkara Apr 01 2014

How can I plan a one-day trip to places I can visit around Kumbhalgarh?

Benazir Khan Apr 01 2014
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Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary (4 km)

The jeep safari to the Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary is a bone-rattling affair. Check out the crocodile farm and the birdlife at the Thandi Beri Lake here. Horse riding is arranged by the hotel on request.

◆Entry fee Indians INR 10, foreigners INR 80. Timings Sunrise to sunset, open daily


A photo of Kumbhalgarh (by Heman kumar meena)

Ranakpur (50 km)


Take the opportunity to explore the amazing Jain Temple complex in glittering white marble here. The complex is reputed for the 1,444 intricately carved supporting pillars, of which no two are alike. Ranakpur also boasts two excellent hotels.


A photo of Ranakpur (by Ingo Mehling)

There are three great places to stay: the Aodhi, the Aodhi and the Aodhi. Part of
the HRH Group, Aodhi Hotel (Tel: +91-2954-242341-46; Tariff: INR 6,000- 7,000) is an enchanting retreat. It has a pool, and offers horse riding. Club Mahindra Fort Kumbhalgarh (Mob: +91-96727-23444; Tariff: INR 4,500-5,400) is a luxury hotel with a swimming pool and gym. Its tented options are also quite opulent.

The food at Aodhi’s Chokha Restaurant is so-so. When ordering, keep it simple: tikka kebabs, seasonal sabzi, dal, rotis, raita. If you must do ‘conti’, stick to cutlets, cheese omelettes and sandwiches. Club Mahindra does a decent buffet.

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