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Visited here for a couple of hours and if I'm honest was a bit underwhelmed. Out of the three forts I visited, Amber and Jaigur being the others it was my least favourite. Although not mobbed with people it was fairly busy and entrance was...More
Please start your journey from Nahargarh Fort as it located at the highest point and you get a composite ticket @300 rupees for indian. You can avail this ticket at many other monuments. You may save your money. Come only for panaromic view if jaipur...More
This fort is nice and quieter than Amber Fort. It also has amazing views of Jaipur. But DO NOT walk along the wall at the fort! There are TONS of unfriendly monkeys and they only have a warning sign on one end of the wall....More
The one-hour audio tour with William Dalrymple (my favorite travel writer of India) chatting with the maharaja and his family - gave us ample opportunity to explore every nook and cranny of this wonderful, authentic, slightly crumbling fort/ palace.
We had a massive room -...More
Nahargarh is located along the Aravalli hills overlooking a beautiful lake. There is a food court and a restaurant at the top of the fort with an excellent view, Padao. The fort now also is home to the Jaipur wax museum and glass palace. Nahargarh...More
The Nahargarh fort in Jaipur is located in view of the Amber Fort. Although not as frequently visited by tourists as the Amber fort, this fort is definitely a must visit place in Jaipur. It houses the largest cannon in India. One can also drive...More