About the destination:Kumbhalgarh is a true feather in Rajasthan’s triumphant touristy cap. It has everything that helps make Rajasthan so attractive to travellers- it has temples and forts and the old wartime glory hideouts, with an occasional shopping site thrown in here and there. The added bonus is that it contains World Heritage Sites, proving how worthy of acclaim it really is, historically, architecturally, culturally, and so on. The area of Kumbhalgarh spreads fairly into and around the Aravalli Hills too, with major destinations located here, and that increases the overall appeal of it all.From the mysterious Machchindrapur to Mahore to the present-day majestic Kumbhalgarh Fort, this second-largest continuous wall of India dedicatedly protects the hidden secrets of an ancient desert city, the mysteries of a forgotten era, the unfolding of the royal heritage of an enigmatic land. This beautifully and architecturally etched edifice of Kumbhalgarh is neatly tucked on the westerly range of Aravalli Hills in the Rajsamand District in Rajasthan. Kumbhalgarh owes a lot of its popularity to the beautiful and historical city of Udaipur that attracts a lot of tourists from all across the globe all through the year.About the departure:Enjoy a fun filled opportunity to discover the hidden gems of India. With Udaipur gaining so much popularity, start your tour in Udaipur and revel in the beauty of the lakes, majestic palaces and authentic Rajasthani folklore entertainment. Pay a visit to Saheliyon ki Bari, boat ride at the Pichhola lake and do not leave without veneration at the famed Eklingji Temple. Proceed onto the see the gorgeous Ranakpur Jain temples, created in the 15th century during the reign of Rana Kumbha. Do not leave without a visit to the nearby 'Sun Temple' dedicated to the 'Sun God', adorned with a polygonal wall, richly embellished with the carvings of warriors, horses and solar deities riding splendid 'chariots', the vehicle of the 'Sun God'. On reaching Kumbhalgarh, visit the mighty Kumbhalgarh Fort that shined bright in a long gone era, providing refuge to the rulers in times of strife and had in it’s amalgam almost everything to withstand even a long siege. Inclusive of its magnificent palaces and array of temples built by the Mauryas, the most picturesque place is the Badal Mahal or the palace of the clouds. Proceed on to Mt.Abu for the last part of your journey and enjoy this amazing hill station in bliss and serenity before heading back to humdrum city lives.