I have to write a review about Kangra fort here because it is not mentioned anywhere else.
If you are in Kangra (or dharamsala / mcleod) you have to see this fort. It is the oldest one in India and although it is mostly ruines it is a beautifull place to visit. A lot of the older ruines were destroyed in the big earthquake in 1905. Big parts are under construction at the moment and they have also finished a lot. In the fort you have great views over he whole Kangra valley. The fort has a rich history. You can find it easy on the net.
Fee is 100 rs p/p (offcourse SAARC 5 or 10 rs << i completly disagree with this absurt policy but what can you do about it ....!!! >>>)
You can not buy any water inside the fort so buy something before you enter.
When you come by car you can order a audiotour before you enter the ticket counter. If you stand with your back to the gate enterance it is 50-75 meters to your left. But we arrived around 09:00 am and the place for the audiotour as not opened at that time. So we did it without.
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