10 Places to Visit in Neemrana 2021, Tourist Places & Attractions

Places to see in Neemrana

Neemrana Fort, Baori, Paradise Water Park, Zip lining at Neemrana Fort, Village Safari, Bala Quila, Kesroli Fort, Sariska, Narnaul, Siliserh Lake.

The magnificent places to visit in Neemrana make this historical place one of the most-visited destinations for a quick and fun getaway. The lanes of this erstwhile royal place still remind one of the glorious golden eras of kings & queens, their darbars, and palaces that India is still famous for. 
The centuries-old Neemrana Fort, the deepest baoli in the country, and the Paradise Water Park loved for its super fun water rides and slides, perfect for beating the summer heat. Not only this, the experiences that one can enjoy here, like vintage car rides, camel safaris, zip-lining around the fort, staying in the same rooms as the royalty once did, are unlike any other place in the country.

Not only this, but the places to visit around Neemranaare also quite famous. They include the serene 18th-century Siliserh Lake, the majestic Bala Quilla, and the Kesroli fort that’s said to be built by the descendants of Lord Krishna are just some of the fascinating landmarks that you can visit around Neemrana. The world-famous Sariska National Park that houses the Royal Bengal Tiger, leopards, and sambars and the historic town of Narnaul dating back to the Mahabharata-era are not-to-be missed.

Places To Visit In Neemrana

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Ziplining at Neemrana Fort

Ziplining at Neemrana Fort
What would be a better way to see one of the most splendid architectural wonders in the country as you cruise at 40 kmph over an aerial distance of almost 400 metres to get a bird’s eye view of the Neemrana Fort, one of the best places to visit in Neemrana, and the silhouettes of the majestic Aravallis.

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.
Neemrana Fort
Constructed in the 15th century, the Neemrana Fort Palace has recently been turned into a luxurious heritage hotel. It features glorious views of the neighbouring wilderness and offers a scenic getaway from the hectic life of the cities. Staying in this palatial retreat is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that no one who has experienced it can forget.

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. 

Price: 5000- 7000 INR/ 75- 120 USD per night approx. 
Location: 122nd Milestone, Delhi-Jaipur Highway, Alwar, Neemrana, Rajasthan 301705
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Baori

Baori
This stepwell, which is the largest & the deepest in the country, is one of the most intriguing places to visit in Neemrana. Built in the mid-15th-century by the royal family, it is said that the Baoli has secret passages that connect it to the Neemrana Fort.

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.
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Paradise Water Park

Paradise Water Park
Fun water rides and slides, water games, rain dance & music, and hours of leisurely swims - what could be better than this to beat the summer heat.

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.
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Village Safari

Village Safari
One of the most fun ways to leisurely navigate the unending vistas of golden sands, glorious forts, and rustic villages of Neemrana is the way the royals used to do it-through a camel safari! Camel rides let you savour the views of the sunset over the fort as this beautiful animal, adorned in traditional Rajasthani attire & colourful pompoms, glides majestically over the scenic landscape of Neemrana.

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.

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Sariska National Park

Sariska National Park
The first national park to have relocated tigers, this is one of the most important areas in India’s wildlife corridor and amongst the top places to visit around Neemrana. Almost 90% of the landscape of the park is not only rich in flora like grasslands & dry deciduous forests, but also copper and marble.

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.
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Bala Quila

Bala Quila
Another magnificent Rajasthani architectural marvel, the 15th-century Bala Quilla also known as the ‘Young fort’ and ‘Alwar Fort’ stands majestically atop the Aravalli hills overlooking the city as if guarding it.

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.
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Kesroli Fort

Kesroli Fort
This majestic 14th-century fort is amongst the best testimonies of the royal grandeur and past that the country has seen. Said to have been initially built by the descendants of Lord Krishna, the fort has changed hands between the Jats, Mughals, and the Rajputs as can be seen from its multi-faceted architecture.

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.
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Narnaul

Narnaul
A historic place that finds a mention in the Mahabharata, Narnaul is famous for being the birthplace of ruler Sher Shah Suri and Birbal. The place, with its fresh air and offbeat attractions, is a must-visit for those who love to explore ancient architecture.

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.
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Siliserh Lake

Siliserh Lake
Considered to be amongst the most beautiful of all lakes in Rajasthan, Siliserh Lake’s hillside beauty is absolutely mesmerising. One of the most striking places to visit around Neemrana, its calm blue waters create quite a striking contrast with brown hills in the background.

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).
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I'm super glad that I skipped this usual hotel booking and opted to book this 15th century fort stay for me and my family on our trip to Neemrana. Not everyone gets to say that they stayed in an actual fort, and the experience was very authentic, unlike any other! Just enjoyed the food here too, and also the wonderful hospitality of the staff here.
Staying in Neemrana fort was a dream come true. Amazingly maintained heritage. The breakfast made me feel so regal. Really a dream location.
This luxury fort stay definitely beats any hotel stay experience as not many can say that they have stayed in an actual 15th century fort! Don’t miss out on their amazing spa service, and the zip-lining activity. However, I wish that they included lunch/dinner in the package as well.
The billion years old fort is really impressive. We had access to pool and spa and we kind of used it to the fullest. Our stay and food, both were splendid, felt like we kind of hit a jackpot in such little amount.
Words can't describe our experience staying at the ancient 15th century fort resort! The rooms are super spacious and luxurious, and the views from the room are incredible. This is definitely a must-try for anyone looking for a unique experience.
13 December 2019
Excellent
Best weekend getaway option from Gurgaon at just a 90km drive and we were here at the calming resort. It was a very relaxing and calm place. Really enjoyed our trip. We Will surely comeback in our coming weekends. Also, thank you Thrillophilia for easy booking vouchers and express check in and check out.
19 January 2020
Excellent
If you want to getaway from the city's hectic schedule than this is the place for you. A perfect relaxing stay at Offbeat Farmstay. The property has all the basic amenities provided for a comfortable holiday. Enjoyed our complimentary activity of bird watching which was available only on Thrillophilia's website with the budgeted package.
30 September 2019
Excellent
The Stay at Neemrana Fort was awesome. Our room was on the top floor, so the view was awestruck. Comfortable stay, good food, courteous staff. It was a value for money experience. It was great experience and must have trip once in life time.
17 February 2020
Excellent
I visited Neemrana Fort Palace with my partner. Our stay at Neemrana Palace matched our expectations and offered more. Excellent ambiance with good service of well-behaved staff, delicious food options, and clean rooms. and the best part was the spa at Neemrana, it was really satisfying. Must Visit. Thankyou Thrillophilia for an amazing experience with such a great deal and discounted price!
22 December 2019
Superb
The Neemrana Fort stay gives you the feeling of luxury and royalty. The place is beautiful and worth a stay. The best part is we got all the activities inclusive with the stay on booking it online with Thrillophilia!

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People Also Ask About Neemrana

  1. What is Neemrana famous for?

    Neemrana might be compact, but it packs a tremendous amount of history, glory, and grandeur in its charming lanes dotted with stunning landmarks.

    The most famous place here is the magnificent 14th-century Neemrana Fort that is now a heritage hotel allowing people into its magnificent corridors. The place is also famous for offering once-in-a-lifetime experiences like a vintage car ride, zip lining around the fort, and of course sampling of the world-famous Rajasthani cuisine.
  2. What is the best time to visit Neemrana?

    Located in the desert state of Rajasthan, Neemrana experiences the best weather during the winter (November-February).

    This is when you can be outdoors without the stifling heat and humidity and enjoy the beautiful attractions, activities like zip-lining, shopping, and trying out the spicy Rajasthani food.
  3. Can we visit Neemrana Fort without staying?

    No, you don’t need to book a room to visit Neemrana Fort. However, you will need to shell out around Rs. 1,700 that includes the entry fee to the fort and a delicious buffet lunch.
  4. How far is Neemrana from Delhi?

    Neemrana is located around 127 kilometres (2.5 hours) from Delhi. You can reach either by taking from New Delhi Railway Station to Alwar or drive down (self-drive or hired cab) via NH48.
  5. How far is Sariska National Park from Neemrana?

    Sariska National Park is located around 107 kilometres (2-hours) from Neemrana. The best and the fastest way to reach is either by self-driving or hiring a cab via NH 48.

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