Rameshwar Trek is a perfect picnic spot.Since the thick deciduous covers of the Arivali ranges, it lends a unique beauty.Rameshwar is the place that has the cave temple of Lord Shiva, a deity of the Hindu faith. The Aravalli ranges surround this beautiful temple.There is a gorgeous waterfall near the temple which looks spectacular with a pool below. One can climb to the top of waterfall and enjoy the scenic views or simply take a bath in the pool. The caves near the waterfall are known for the beautiful rock paintings, which speak of the artistic likings of the people of those times.
Bundi is a charming place to trek around. It has charming people, is not overly touristy and has lots of roof top restaurants from where you can admire the man-made lake, Nawal Sagar or the Bundi Palace or Taragarh hill top fort. The fort is a good trek up the mountainside.
How to get there
By train: From Delhi to Kota and by car or local transport from there.
By Road: Local transport to Ajmer and then a 5 hour bone juddering journey towards Bundi.
Nearest Town: Kota
Distance: Delhi “ Kota : 500 km, Kota “ Bundi : 26km
Exact Location: The city lies near a narrow gorge, and is surrounded on three sides by hills of the Aravalli Range. A substantial wall with four gateways encircles the city.
Best Time to visit: October to March
While trekking in this area, keep in mind and make sure not dirty the surrounding places. All the waste should be gathered and disposed off away from the camping site.
Things to Carry
- Walking stick
- Sleeping bag
- Hiking shoes
- Woolen clothes
- Water, juices, snacks
- Electric torch
- Medical kit
- A good compass
- An extra pair of clothes
Other Attractions in the Vicinity
Taragarh fort is Bundis most impressive fort. Other places of interest in the vicinity are The Bundi Palace, the Lake Nawal Sagar, Nagar Sagar Twin Step wells, Dabhai Kund, Chatar Mahal, Hathi Shala, Garh Palace etc.