Originally named as Abha Nagri which means the city of brightness due to mispronunciation it is now called as Abhaneri. The Department of Tourism hosts a wonderful two-day “Abhaneri Festival” promoting heritage tourism in the area. Cultural performances and village camel safari are the main attractions of the festival. One of the popular places to visit in Abhaneri is the Chand Baori (stepwell). Built back in the eighth century, it is one of the deepest and largest step wells in India. The phenomenal structure is 19.5 meters in depth and features 1000 narrow steps, spanning 13 storeys.
Nestled amid the green hills of Aravallis, stands the magnificent fort of Bhangarh. The fort of Bhangarh is located 50 kilometers from the Sariska Sanctuary between the city of Jaipur and Alwar. The fort was constructed in the 17th century by Raja Madho Singh, the younger brother of the great Mughal general, Man Singh of Amber. Besides the royal palace, Bhangarh had over 9,000 houses until 1720 after which it gradually diminished in population. The Bhangarh fort along with the whole township was protected by three successive fortifications and five massive gates. The fort houses remnants of grand havelis, temples and deserted marketplaces within its premises, indicating the fort’s prosperity in its heydays.
Garadia Mahadev Temple is a noted shrine of Kota, located near the Chambal River. It is located near the NH-76 that leads to Dabi and Chittorgarh. If you’re someone who enjoys spectacular views, then this place doesn’t disappoint. It provides one of the most mesmerising views you can hope to find of the Chambal River, gorge and the plains.
Leaving Delhi: 08th Oct – Friday 5.30 am
Reaching Bhangarh by 12 noon , Breakfast Enroute at Old Rao’s
Spending 3 Hours at Bhangarh and Moving to Our next point Abhaneri
And By 9 pm we will Ranthambore
Starting late and visiting Gradia Mahadev and reaching Bundi.
Capture sunrise at Bundi with early morning walk
After Breakfast visiting Bundi Fort
Post Lunch Rani ji ki Bawdi and other places of Importance
Leave Bundi at 5.00 pm and reach Delhi at 6.00 am on 11th Oct
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Stay : it will be on Twin sharing basis ( single rooms available at Extra cost )
Expenses covered: Group transfers, Food, boarding and lodging
Fee: 13000 per person (Includes travel, food, lodging and entry tickets. Does not include tickets for camera and equipment if any)
For DPC members, the fee is Rs.12000 per person.
Please carry the rest of the amount with you (only cash) 🙂 You can also pay the remaining amount at our club in Shahpur Jat Village.
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