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Excursions Around Ranthambore National Park


The Ranthambore Fort:
The Ranthambore fort is believed to have been built in 944 A.D. by a Chauhan ruler.1000-year-old Ranthambore Fort with many temples, tanks, massive gates and curtain walls was built by the Chauhan rulers in the 10th century. It has been declared a protected site by the Archaeological Survey of India

The Jogi Mahal:
The Jogi Mahal is a must-visit place in Ranthambore. It is the forest rest house that overlooks the pretty Padam Talab. The Mahal lies close to the park and has all the facilities for a comfortable stay. The most important aspect of Jogi Mahal that attracts a large number of tourists every year is the ancient banyan tree, which is believed to be the second largest banyan tree in India.

The Badal Mahal:
The “palace of the clouds”, situated in the fort has a very interesting location and seems as if hanging out in space. The famous 84-column 'chhatri' of King Hammir stands out magnificently where he used to hold an audience. The Padam Talab, the Raj Bagh Talab and the Milak Talab are some of the lakes in the area worth seeing

Amareshwar MahadevTemple:
Revered ShivTemple, The waterfall and the Verdant grove make this spot ideal for picnics

Kundal Sanctuary:
Kundal Sanctuary is situated 15 km away from Sawai Madhopur on Sawaimadhopur-Kalibhat road. It is a part of Sawai Mansingh sanctuary. The area includes the confluence of the ancient Aravalli hill, system with the Vindhyan hill system due to which the area is a very rich in bio-diversity. The Vindhyan system is characterized by flat table tops (plateaus) locally known as "Dang' and Aravalli are characterized by sharp ridges & conical hill tops
 Mansarovar Lake (26 Kms):
Best Scenic Vistas, Camping, and Paradise for Bird watchers.

 Surval Lake (20 Kms):
A scenic and mesmeric location filled with natural beauty where the migratory birds flock

 Pali Ghat (40 Kms):
A preferred camping & boating spot at the banks of River Chambal

 Rameshwaram Ghat (70 Kms):
Picnic Spot on the confluence of Rivers Chambal & Banas, crocodiles, dolphins and migratory birds

 Kandhar Fort (50 Kms):
 A Historic & Majestic fort on the outskirts of Ranthambore National Park

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