Neemrana Fort Palace is no doubt the best nearby weekend gateway for Delhits. A romantic escape or a family trip, this place suits in the both frame. The best time to visit this fort is during July to March when the weather is calm. Monsoon in this place has no comparison with its soothing environment. It is only 106 km from Delhi through drive which takes only two hours to reach via NH48.
It is one of the oldest heritage luxury resorts of India which shows a perfect blend of history and modern trends. Spread over six acres area, it has seven palace wings with beautiful luxury rooms. If you are just interested in visiting this place for a day, you can buy a ticket of 750 ₹ and enter to this palace. The visitor hours are limited to 9 am to 3 pm. You can also buy the 1900 ₹ entry ticket which includes a luxury royal lunch buffet inside the place. To spend a night here in a luxury suit will cost you from 11,000 ₹ to 30,000 ₹.
⎯ In here you can enjoy the charm of cultural events organized by Neemrana Music Foundation. These events take place every weekend where Rajasthani cultural artists perform dance and music.
⎯ You can also enjoy a vintage car ride in surrounding villages up to 5 Km from this fort. However, this luxury experience is limited to the resident guests only and costs around 1000 ₹.
⎯ The spa here is quite famous for rejuvenating the body and muscles. In here you can enjoy a range of Ayurvedic massages to de-stress yourself. You can also take a dip in the Raj Kund pool to revitalize yourself. The pool is open during 9 am to 6 pm.
⎯ If you are adventurous enough then this fort has a thrilling zip ride to offer. This is the most adventurous activity you can do here.
⎯ You can also spend 250 ₹ and take an audio-video tour around the resort. This will take you through the every significant nook of this palace with explaining the story behind them.
⎯ Inside the palace, you will also find the Neemrana shop which has a great collection of souvenirs and other Rajasthani handloom stuff.
Baori is a very old multi storied structure worth a visit here. It has 170 steps and is the great symbol of ancient Indian architecture.
Another fort near Neemrana fort is Bala Quila fort which also shows the perfection of great Indian architecture. It is standing on a stiff cliff over the city palace and has six entry gates.
Sariska National Park is 124 km from the Neemrana fort and is the best-reserved forest of tigers. View of the surrounding Aravalli makes this place more beautiful and charming. In here, you can easily see a Leopard, royal Bengal tiger, antelopes, hyena, crocodiles and a variety of wild birds.
Arrangement of accommodation depends on your plan if you want to stay in Neemrana or Delhi. You can make a one day tour to this place by staying in Delhi or find a night stay in Neemrana itself. HotelBids offers a range of luxury and cheap hotels around both this place from where you can plan this royal trip.
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