1. Kumbhalgarh Safari
Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary is a popular tourist attraction for tourists visiting the region. The forest surrounds the magnificent Kumbhalgarh Fort and sprawls over a massive area of 586 square kilometre. The sanctuary is home to several indigenous species of flora and fauna including wolves, who can be seen taking leisurely strolls in packs mostly during the summer months. Birds like Red Spur Owls, Parakeets, Golden Oriole, Bulbul, Dove, Grey Pigeons, and White Breasted Kingfisher can also be spotted by the keen-eyes near the water holes at Fateh Safari Resort. So bring along your binoculars and cameras and join us on one of the best activities in Kumbhalgarh - a magical adventure through the wilds of the sanctuary.
2. Kumbhalgarh Fort Visit
Built in 1458 AD, Kumbhalgarh Fort is the prime definition of architectural finesse. Standing atop a hill, surrounded by hundreds of temples, this creation of Mewar’s legendary hero Rana Kumbha is a sight to behold. It once also served as the birthplace of the legendary warrior Maharan Pratap. The walls encompassing the fort are listed as the second longest wall, only second to the Great Wall of China. In June 2013, Kumbhlagarh was acknowledged as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Come revel in the magnificence of this grand fort during your stay at Fateh Safari Resort or Fateh Safari Suites.
Entry Timings: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Light and Sound Show Timings: 6:45 p.m.