Kumbhalgarh fort :
Perched atop the craggy hills this beautifull fort which claims its wall to be the second largest after great wall of china and also experience hundreads of temples and palaces on that wall. Badal mahal the highest palace in the fort offers a glorious view of countryside.
Kumbhalgarh wildlife sanctuary :
Savour a tryst with indian wildlife as a naturalist guides visitors through the sanctuary a scenic 5 min drive from the resort. A fascinating spectrum of wildlife can be observed during a sanctuary round in an open jeep. The greatest thrill is spotting a panther in its natural habitat.
Light and sound show :
Every evening the Kumbhalgarh fort is illuminated with flood lights and there is special show of light and sound that describes the rich history of Kumbhalgarh.
About 60 kms there situates the haldighati field on which the famous battle between Rana Pratap and mughal emperor Akbar was faught. Right now there is a meuseum which details the history of Great Maharana Pratap.
Udaipur is a historic city and part of ancient Capital City of glorious Mewar of Maharana Pratap. Udaipur offers one of the widest ranges of cultural heritage. Udaipur, by virtue of its interconnected lakes, has a large water retaining capacity. The lakes, mountains & the habitat of the city present an excellent example of harmony between the nature & the built environment. Udaipur is situated at about 90 kms from Kumbhalgarh.
Nathdwara – Shrinath ji Temple:
This temple town houses the famous statue of Lord Krishna that made the shift from Mathura in the 17th century as per a well-known legend. Unfortunately, temple rules do not allow non-Hindus to enter the temple that houses the famous statue. Shri Nathji Temple is situated at about 40 kms from Kumbhalgarh.
Ranakpur Jain Temple :
Ranakpur Temples are acclaimed world-wide for their intricate and superb architectural style.These temples form one of the five major pilgrimages of the Jains. Ranakpur temple lies at a distance of 35 kms from Kumbhalgarh.