Sajjangarh Monsoon Palace

Sajjangarh Monsoon Palace, Udaipur: Hours, Address, Sajjangarh Monsoon Palace Reviews: 4/5

Sajjangarh Monsoon Palace
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peeyush1962
Ajmer, India67 contributions
Apr 2022 • Family
Located up a hill, by motorable road, this is a mini fortress. While it does not have much to offer inside, the ieeof Udaipur city from the outside lawns is nice. It would look particularly magnificent during / post monsoon. The rear vale ,behind the fort is no less inspiring, particularly the northern rear view. Worth visiting once....but post monsoon. However, the entry rates are pretty high at rs.525 for a.cars.entry and another rs.100 per person, additionally. 3 stars.
Written 28 June 2022
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Yuvan
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Jun 2022 • Couples
Enjoy a lote andcalso if you came and rain also start then nice palace just see cloud just neat at your eye
Written 26 June 2022
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Ankosh Lath
Mumbai, India107 contributions
Mar 2022
I planned my itenary to visit this palace. We reached here, but the feedback that we got from the locals is that this place is worth only during Monsoon. Infact this was the monsoon capital of the king, as the king visited this only during rainy season. Hence the name Monsoon palace

During other seasons, there is no point going to the top. It will be just like any other place. The views you get from Karni mataji or Kumbhalgarh fort is the same. Hence you can give a miss.

Once you reach the ticket window, there is 7km trek. Vehicles can go, but 3 wheelers are not allowed to go on the top. You have to take a 4 wheeler (another ~Rs 500)

Since we already came here, instead we went to the Sajjangarh zoo. See my review to know in details about the zoo.
Written 11 March 2022
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Traveller-Bangalore
Bengaluru, India381 contributions
Dec 2021
It is a small fort situated on a hill. Not possible to walk there so easily. We had requested our tempo traveler to take us above the hill. Initially he was not ready, but later agreed. It gives view to complete Udaipur city.
Written 16 February 2022
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Nomad526747
12 contributions
Feb 2022
Nothing much to see in the palace but the 360 degree views are truly captivating. You can see the entire city and the surrounding hills in its full glory. Sunset is a bonus.
Written 15 February 2022
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Sajid
Nashik, India50 contributions
Jan 2022
This was the summer palace built over a certain period of time on a hilltop overlooking the beautiful city of Udaipur. The drive up the hill is interesting and if you are lucky you may encounter some wildlife apart from the regular langoors. There's ample parking space available at the hilltop where the palace is situated. The palace in itself doesn't have a lot to offer, but its location and the view from up there is amazing. There's a small canteen run by the royal family which serves refreshments. It is advisable to visit this place during the evenings to be able to catch the sunset. You can relax in the garden in and around the palace. All in all a must see place for your Udaipur itinerary.
Written 2 February 2022
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Yogesh89
3 contributions
Jan 2022
I went to Sajjangarh palace on January 1st 2022 and the experience was not so good. The Palace has nothing to offer but only photo and videography. Its not kept good for public to visit.
The road to the mountain is the best part, but if you have been to Mt. Abu, or any other hill station, then this wont fascinate you much.
The tickets are on a skyrocketing price. Rs. 95 per individual and parking Rs. 45 if you take 2-wheeler and Rs. 275 for 4-wheeler. Udaipur or Rajasthan tourism did not mention the exact value of tickets in any of their official websites.
The Palace entrance gate is nearly 4 kms from Citi Palace. Do not get an auto or a cab to get there. Rent a scooty or any 2-wheeler instead because the Palace is close to 5 kms on hill top from its entrance and the vendors charge you an extra 300-350 Rs. for a scooty if you did not manage to have any conveyance. The Palace offers a two way ride from the entrance to Palace and the other way around in Rs. 95, but it wont stop in the middle of the route to get you beautiful scenic pics.
My overall experience visiting Sajjangarh Monsoon Palace was not worth wasting a good amount of time. I would recommend to visit EklingJi Temple instead, if you are a history fan, which is nearly 21 Kms from City Bus Stand.
The best thing you can do in Udaipur is to rent a scooty. That will cost you around 300-500 RS for a day depending on the season.
Written 6 January 2022
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Pranav S
New Delhi, India112 contributions
Dec 2021
Went to Sajjangarh with family on an afternoon (dec'21). The experience was harrowing, to say the least. The people who manage the entry seem to be quite inexperienced in managing such monuments. It took us more than an hour, just to get inside the premises, only because of the complete mismanagement of ticketing. One has to go to the gate (in his/her vehicle) and then leave the car on the gate (blocking the road for others) and go get the ticket. Ticketing queue is a separate unrelated queue, so it might mean a wait of 15 min or 50 min. Till then all the cars behind you would be waiting (and they won't have a choice to leave also). It sounds supremely silly and impossible for someone to be so dumb, but you have to go there to see it for yourself.
Once you get inside, the view is quite nice. The whole city of udaipur is visible. The palace itself is quite badly kept and nothing to offer.
On the whole, the experience was pathetic. We ended up wasting a precious evening on this trip.
Written 3 January 2022
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Divya m
Indore District, India7 contributions
Dec 2021
> The palace was okay but the view of the city is best when you visit this fort.

> Learn more about the history of the place and the visit will become more interesting.
Written 23 December 2021
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KS
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Dec 2021 • Couples
Located on the Aravali hills this is an amazing fort with breath taking view. One can take the car all the way up. Very well managed and maintained place. Highly recommended.
Written 14 December 2021
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