Places To Visit In Neemrana
Neemrana Fort Palace Location: Neemrana Fort Road, Neemrana
Check-in Time: 1:00 PM
Check-out Time: 11:00 AM
About Neemrana Fort Palace:
Crowned by the majestic Aravalli Ranges, this awe-inspiring heritage hotel is sure to leave you enchanted. Walking through the corridors and the open courtyards while admiring the historic charm and grandeur of this stunning ancient fort is sure to take you back in time.
Built in the 15th Century, the fort started deteriorating over time until the late 20th century, when the ruin was restored and turned into an exquisite resort. This splendid fort-palace is cut into the hill and is sprawled over 14 different levels and has been transformed into a lavish resort with world-class amenities. While staying in this grand abode of luxury, you can also make use of recreational facilities like spas and Ayurvedic massages.
Ziplining at Neemrana Fort
Enjoy 5 zip lines or Flying Fox, of around 3-4 hours duration, that cover different hills & routes like Where Eagles Dare (400m), Pussy Galore (90m), Mr. Bond (250m), The Big B (175m), and Qila Slammer (330m). This super thrilling escapade, one of a kind in the country, can be enjoyed solo or with a group of friends and is sure to leave you with memories for a lifetime.
Location: Starts & finishes inside the Neemrana Fort.
Timing: Every day from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Price: Approximately Rs. 1650 per adult.
The structure comprises of seven palace wings built over 14 layers tiered into a hill across 6 acres of garden-palace. Hanging gardens, two outdoor pools, an Ayurvedic spa, and India’s first zip-line are other unique offerings that make a visit to this destination a memorable way to spend a quiet and indulgent vacation.
One cannot help but marvel at the magnificence of this architecture that goes vertically hundreds of feet and almost 200 steps down below the bowels of the earth. Its beautiful arched door, carved steps, sturdy ledges, moistened cool air, and small passageways with dull sunshine streaming through them lend it both an unearthly haunted and magnificent appearance.
Location: Off Delhi-Jaipur Highway, around 10 kilometres from the Neemrana Fort.
Timing: Can be visited anytime.
Paradise Water Park
Paradise Water Park, one of the most fun places to visit in Neemrana, is perfect for the young and the young at heart. Surrounded by greenery, the amusement park is an excellent place to just unwind, make new friends, and relax. The water park also has a resort where you can enjoy a comfortable stay amidst beautiful views of the scenic surroundings.
Location: Located around 6.4 kilometres from Neemrana Fort at Khasra no. 421, 423, 427, 428 on NH-8 Mohalariyan, Opposite Epip Gate.
Timing: Every day from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Price: Adults- Rs. 100 and children- Rs. 50.
These camel rides can be taken to the nearby villages that are amongst the most charming places to visit in Neemrana, as you explore & experience the rustic way of life and the traditional Rajasthani arts of rug weaving, pottery making, and melting of silver for jewellery making. No wonder, this is amongst the most fun things to do in Neemrana both for children and adults.
Location: Around the fort and nearby villages.
Timing: Evening hours every day.
Price: Approximately Rs. 350 per person.
Places To Visit Around Neemrana
Sariska National Park
You can enjoy jeep, canter, and even elephant safaris here to see wildlife like Royal Bengal Tiger, sambar, chausingha, Hanuman languor, leopards, striped hyena, Javan mongoose, honey badger, bush quail, sandgrouse, crested-serpent eagle, etc.
Don’t miss to see the fascinating ruins of the 10th-century Garh-Rajor temple, the 17th-century castle inside the park that houses Egyptian vultures and eagles, and the beautiful Pandupol waterfall that emerges from the Aravalli ranges.
Location: Around 110 kilometres from Neemrana.
Timing: The safaris are conducted every day from 6-10 AM and 2-6 PM.
Price: Zones 1,2 and 3: Rs. 999/passenger and Zone 4: Rs. 399/passenger.
One of the most majestic places to visit around Neemrana, the fort’s changing of hands amongst the Mughals, Pathans, Nikumbh Rajputs, and the Marathas, and has beautiful influences on its architecture.
The 5-kilometre long fort has 6 massive gates, almost 66 towers, latticed arches & ceilings, pillars made of marble, balconies with filigree, 446 musketry openings, and 8 citadels all carved and built in Indi-Islamic style. Don’t miss to see the Sagar Pond, Jal Mahal, and almost 15 temples inside the fort’s complex. Reachable after a short trek through lush green trails, the fort offers striking panoramic views of the Alwar city.
Location: Bala Quila Road, Alwar, around 78 kilometres from Neemrana Fort.
Timing: Every day from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Its towers, solid granite walls, huge halls, and ceiling-to-floor windows are magnificent and have led to it being declared as a heritage site by the Government and is amongst the most beautiful places to visit around Neemrana. The fort, standing atop a hill overlooking the city, is now a heritage hotel run by the Neemrana Group of Hotels, perfect for a luxurious stay nothing short of royalty.
Location: Near MIA Post Office,-Bahala, Kesroli, Rajasthan, around 84 kilometres from Neemrana Fort.
Timing: Every day from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.
The best place to visit here is Dosi Hill, which is an extinct volcano still having a few traces of lava. Other must-visit places here are the 15th-century Persian-style Jal Mahal surrounded by water on all sides, the Chor Gumbad, the ancient Chamunda Devi Temple that was buried underground and discovered only post Independence, and the revered site of Khalde Wale Hanumanji that was built during the Mughal times. See the beautiful marble structure of Birbal ka Chhatta and the 14th-century Mirza Ali Baoli.
Location: Mahendragarh District in Haryana, around 43 kilometres from Neemrana.
The lake, built by King Vinay Khan in the 18th-century to get water for his household, even has a palace on its banks by the same name that offers stupendous views of the surroundings. The lake is visited by migratory birds in winters and is a famous place to see crocodiles sunning themselves.
Location: The Lake is located in Alwar, around 79 kilometres from Neemrana.
Timing: Every day from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm.
Entry fee: Rs. 50/person that’s redeemable at the restaurant.
- Motorboat rides: Rs. 600/8 people/15 minutes.
- Paddleboat rides (Rs. 200/4 people/ 30 minutes).