Domestic Airport at Udaipur- 95 kms
International Airport Ahmedabad, Gujarat – 350 kms
Attractions in the Vicinity
• Ranakpur – Jain Temple (79 km) • Kumbhalgarh (65 km) • Desuri Forest Reserve (50 km) on way to Ranakpur / Kumbahlgarh (one full days outing) • Chittaurgarh (100kms), Mainal waterfalls (200 ft. high) (day excursion) • Charbhuja Temple (40 km), Amaj Mata Waterfall, Parshuram Temple, Laxman Jhula, Rupnarayan Temple (one day outing) • Shamlaji, Matrikundiya (place of pilgrimage), Big Dam water body • Nathdwara (44 km), Kankroli (25 km), Chikalwas Dam and Nauchoki Pal (place of pilgrimage and site-seeing) • Train (meter-gauge) from Sardargarh to Goramghat (departure 9:30 am) thruogh forest, Goramghat Nature trail, waterfalls and tunnels (returns at 6:30 pm ) • Sardargarh: Family paintings, armour, weapons and clothing museum at the fort.
Day excursion start at 7 am Lunch at Udaipur return at dinner time.
Banjara village, Kalbeliya Tribe, Family bagh and Talao paal; evening outing place and boating in the lake. Campfire and dinner.
In the forest reserve of Seem ka Magra a day outing, lunch at Chaat ki Kuie.
Market: Visit to local handicafts, articians.
Train from Sardargarh to Goramghat. Return by 01:00 pm.
Folk dance :
Rajasthani Folk dance can be arranged with a day’s notice. Live Indian classical music during dinner on Fort rampart.
Roof top open terrace experience, the cuisine would be typical Mewari dishes.
Gypsy safari, Horse & Camel riding in village and wild.
When to Visit :
The best season to visit Sardargarh is from October to March.
Main Festivals :
Kartic Purnima, Deepawali, Christmas, New Year, Makar Sankranti & Holi.
Exclusive Arrangements for you for the following with a day’s notice
Guided tour of the Fort ( Takes about 2 -2.30 hrs)
Village excursion to remote tribes Gypsies ( Takes 2 to 3 hrs)
Night wild life safari ( Takes 2 to 2.30 hrs)
Local Train ride into the Aravallis – a day excursion. An adventurous ride with the locals into the Aravalli ranges through old tunnels from the time of the British Raj, Feeding monkeys, Visit to temples.
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