One of the prime things to do in Neemrana is visiting the magnificent Neemrana Fort Palace. The 15th-century palace, Neemrana Fort, is an epitome of immense beauty. It finds itself in the Aravalli ranges which are the oldest fold mountains in the world. Now turned into a luxury resort, the palace was once under the reign of Rajput Maharaja Prithvi Raj Chauhan III. It showcases a perplexing blend of traditional Rajasthani and modern styled interior. Since the time it had opened itself to the public, the palace has become the favourite place for weekend getaways.
Adrenaline junkies, rejoice! Combining an experience of thrilling adventure and historical sightseeing, the Neemrana Fort offers zip lining right through its mesmerising landscapes on the outskirts of Delhi. Flying high at a speed of 40 kilometres per head, this encounter is exciting escapade. While ziplining, you will cover about five different hills, with the entire route spanning over the imposing construction that Neemrana Fort is. There can be no better way to capture the beauty of this destination than to zip line right through the heart of it! Trying out the activity is one of the topmost things to do in Neemrana.
Sariska National Park, one of the most famous tiger reserve is located around 126 km from Neemrana and it could also be clubbed with your visit to Neemrana. Nested beautifully in the Aravali ranges, the park offers a good opportunity to spot the world famous Bengal Tigers. Being a part of a Jungle Safari in the National Park is one of the top touristy things to do in Neemrana.
A very old and magnificent multi-storied structure compliments Neemrana. It has 170 steps and as we move down the construction seems to be smaller. Neemrana baori reflects the beauty of old architecture. This is cool and moist from inside. This baori is still in use, both for consumption of water and irrigation. Be sure to include it in your bucket list of top things to do in Neemrana.
There can be no other way to relax and unwind after a long day of tourist activities than to stroll down the lazy streets of your destination and well, shop! Neemrana is not your usual shopping destination, but you can surely find some great merchandise over here. Ranging from the authentic Rajasthani 'ghagra choli' to intricate handicrafts, the heritage site of Neemrana has quite a few things to offer. You can also find a wide array of lifestyle and gift items here, which includes candles, cutlery, crockery, linen and traditional handicrafts items. Market Browsing is one of the top things to do in Neemrana.
This ancient fort is located on a stiff cliff above the city palace. Bala Quila fort has six gates namely, Jai Pol, Suraj Pol, Laxman Pol, Chand Pol, Krishen Pol and Andheri Gate, which is extended about 5 km from north to south and 1.6km from east to This huge structure has several towers (burj) around 74 in number. If this is not enough, there are 3,359 kangaroos, each containing two loopholes for musketry. Located just 76 kms from the main town, visiting the fort is one of the best things to do in Neemrana.
City palace also known as Vinay Vilas Mahal, an architectural marvel and a lovely mix of Mughal and Rajasthani design, gives you a glimpse of the royal life style. There are many entries to the city palace and each has a name and significance like Jai Pol, Suraj Pol, Laxman Pol, Chand Pol, Kishan Pol and Andheri Gate are some of the entry points. Embellished with a fabulous wealth of murals and mirror work on the walls and ceiling, the palace has 15 imposing towers and 51 smaller towers overlooking the mountain slopes.
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