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Nahar ka Chotta, Bundi 323001 India
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Fort & Palaces of Mughal`s & Rajput`s
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Fort & Palaces of Mughal`s & Rajput`s

Tour will begin with pick up from Delhi airport. Explore Delhi the historic city then head to enter Rajasthan the culturally rich state of India. You will visit magnificent forts, palaces & museums that narrate the success stories of bravery of the soil & the delicacy of the stonework while visiting Mandawa, Jaipur, Pushkar, Jodhpur, Ranakpur, Udaipur, Chittorgarh & Bundi. Enjoy gypsy safari in Ranthambore Tiger Reserve and continue to Orchha & Gwalior the princely state. Then head to visit iconic monument & symbol of love Taj Mahal in Agra. At the end we will drop you off at Delhi airport.
US$ 2,598.40 per adult
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Jonathan K wrote a review Mar 2020
Princeton, New Jersey313 contributions130 helpful votes
Not sure I would go way out of my way to see this fort and palace, but if you stay in Bundi (and you should), it is definitely worth a look. We went just before it closed due to coronavirus, so we had the place pretty much to ourselves. The structure is crumbling but impressive, the view is awesome, and the paintings are a treat. Make sure to appreciate the massive, fortified doors and associated hardware. To address a couple of concerns expressed in other reviews: 1) The monkeys pretty much left us alone; we took a stick for protection, but didn't need it. 2) we are 60 years old and pretty healthy, but hardly competitive athletes. The climb was definitely taxing, but eminently doable, and should not discourage you from visiting.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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mwspear wrote a review Mar 2020
Rothesay, United Kingdom106 contributions30 helpful votes
This old palace has bags of Indian character.. well worth the steep climb from the old town, it’s faded glories remind you of a bygone age.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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drarunkumar24 wrote a review Feb 2020
New Delhi, India48 contributions11 helpful votes
The Garh palace is not easily accessable, but if you are fond of mosaics,murals and architecture, this palace should not be missed if you are in the vicinity of Kotah.(Rajasthan). It is a pity that this magnificent historical structure is not better maintained, Nevertheless, even in it's present state it inspires awe & delight. Avoid summer months.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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steadyslack wrote a review Feb 2020
Exeter, United Kingdom1,222 contributions269 helpful votes
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Such a shame that the Palace is falling into ruins whilst there is a legal dispute over ownership. The State should seize it before it turns to dust! We enjoyed our brief tour, fab views of the city below and the forts on the hills either side. The decorative murals in the only internal part which we’re allowed to access are soon to be restored (so one’s told) but what about the fabric to which they are attached? Bundi itself is a dusty and filthy town, will it pull its socks up if the Palace is restored?
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Susan G wrote a review Feb 2020
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We enjoyed our visit. Some of the paintings are breathtaking. Particularly liked the woman’s quarters . The views from the top over Bundi town are spectacular. Not wildly happy with foreigners having to pay so much more than Indians to get into part of the building. But you pay or you don’t see it ?
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Date of experience: February 2020
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