Kumbalgarh: The Mewar fortress Built in the in 15th century, the Kumbhalgarh fort is situated at a taxing height of 1,100 m above sea level amidst a cluster of 13 mountain peaks of the Aravalli range. The fort was considered highly important and today it stands like a prudent sentinel to the past glory of its kings.
Experience a jeep safari into the Kumbalgarh Wildlife sanctuary, home to many endangered species of wildlife. This sanctuary is the natural habitat of wolves, leopards, sloth bears, hyenas and jackals. In fact, Kumbalgarh is the only sanctuary in Rajasthan where you can watch packs of wolves hovering around water sources and going about their daily activities.
City Highlights of Kumbalgarh
Visit the invincible walled fortress of Kumbalgarh Fort; observe the 12kms stretch housing many temples, palaces, gardens and water-storage facilities; enjoy a day trip to the twin city of Ranakpur to see the exquisite white marble Jain Temples.