Royal Kumbhalgarh Villas

Address: Fort Road, Kumbhalgarh, Rajasthan, 313325, India | Villa
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This villa is located on Fort Road, Kumbhalgarh.
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          • Spa
          • Kids pool
          • Swimming pool
          • Outdoor pool
          • Restaurant


          • Minbar in room
          • Non-smoking rooms
          • Breakfast Available
          • Smoking rooms available
          • Refrigerator in room
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking
          • Family rooms


          • Suites


          • Drycleaning onsite
          • Banquet room
          • Room service
          • Concierge desk
          • Conference facilities
          • Business Services
          • Meal plan
          • Kids activities or Babysitting
          • Laundry

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          Travel Blogs from Kumbhalgarh

          Kumbhalgargh and Ranakpur, India

          A travel blog entry by roamingmonk on Jun 04, 2014

          ... was a Rajput, the warrior caste) - just amazing how families can completely disown children and genuinely threaten to kill them for what many other cultures consider a 'norm'. Such are the revelations of travel. Kumbalagargh was a really impressive fort, and from a distance looked really imposing and was definitely worth the visit. Inside the old city walls is a small village and again and again we have found the people to be so friendly. Out this way you ...

          The world's most beautiful Jain temple: Ranakpur

          A travel blog entry by travellingtrio on May 08, 2013

          1 comment, 7 photos

          Opting for a different mode of transport, our trio took to the road with
          a local driver for our journey to Udaipur. We rode through vast desert and reached the foot of Rajasthan's hills, with Ranakpur at its base.

          The Jain religion is one of extreme peace. People won't
          eat animals, eggs, or even root vegetables for it would kill bugs that
          make homes in ...

          A very busy day

          A travel blog entry by annietheowl on Mar 01, 2013

          3 photos

          ... that this guide thought his main role was to ensure we didn't get lost!
          We can often identify more of the birds and animals than the guide and we see more than they do because we are really trying too. To be fair, our guide found a fresh tiger print which was exciting and I spotted a fresh leopard print, impressing Roger lots. Sadly we saw neither, though if we had, we would surely have tried to outrun our guide screaming like girls.
          Next stop, Mount Abu...

          Kum Bye Aye My Lord, Kum By Aah, Kumbarlagh Fort

          A travel blog entry by wadirunner on Dec 19, 2012

          4 photos

          ... A cup of chai tea at a restaurant on the 1.5km walk down to the bus stop and then the 3hr bus trip back to SLH where I was in time for another buffet dinner - it coincided with the last night of the US college girls Ranakapur stay, so there was much energy about the place, and a campfire sing along to boot. All good.
          In short a great escape from Indian big city / town life.

          An Indiana Jones hat and the Temple of Jain

          A travel blog entry by gr8escape on May 23, 2012

          42 photos

          ... their daily visit to the temple. As the morning air was still cool, the white marble had not heated up with the day yet, and the breeze was comfortable. We walked on burlap trails, however, and were covered by blue tarps overhead. When the line snaked around to the main temple, men went in one line and women in another. We were right next to each other the whole time, but in different worship lines. The main attraction was a statue of Lord Shiva and many people brought gifts, ...