Places to visit in Alwar

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Places to Visit in Alwar

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  • Atreyo M
    1 contribution
    Very interesting place. Wish I could be there longer and do more than two safaris. There were four tiger sightings. One lasted around 15 minutes. Guide Ajay Kumar turned out to be a reliable person with a fair amount of knowledge of the jungle and its inhabitants, notably the big cat. The jungle and its immediate surroundings are rich in terms of other creatures and birds. Ajay can tell you a bit about that as well. I contact him on +91 97841 73355
    Written 30 December 2021
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  • Anu K
    San Francisco, CA34 contributions
    I had downloaded a 10% off coupon from their website. Website was also discounting the price to Rs 1400 (full price is Rs 1500). But instead of buying the tickets online we decided to buy at the fort as I was not sure if my sister would be interested.

    But when we bought the ticket they refused to honor the coupon or the website price. We paid Rs. 1500/person for 2 zip package.

    You have to hike up a fair bit, so you better be wearing layers (which you can take off or add) and comfortable shoes. Also, keep your hair tied. And make sure your glasses are not loose (or they will fall off during zipline).

    You will be thirsty by the time you get to the point where you have to start the zip. And the staff will gladly offer you a water bottle and charge you Rs. 20. So you may be better off carrying a small disposable water bottle with you that you can stick in your pocket after finishing the water.
    Written 24 January 2022
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  • Film G
    New England857 contributions
    Easy walking (there are steps) a visit is max 2 hours. You’ll see the royal palace, 2-3 temples, fortifications, and where the people used to live. Not much signage. Need a guide. Best to visit around 7-7:30 to avoid heat and crowds. No water or toilets.
    Written 8 April 2022
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  • Romi Dhawan
    New Delhi, India10 contributions
    The motor- boat ride on the lake was a great experience. A must do especially for photogaphers. The fort against the backdrop of the setting sun is brilliant.
    Written 25 November 2021
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  • vasugoyal8
    Greater Noida, India77 contributions
    Visited in Nov'21. The fort is situated in Sariska Reserve Buffer Zone and closed till 2023 for renovation. Personal vehicles are allowed inside subject to payment of a nominal fee. However food packets had to be deposited at entry gate due to park rules. The half n hour uphill forest drive upto Fort gate & nearby temple is beautiful but visitors can go only upto Fort's gate and 1st courtyard as the rest is closed.

    There is a gypsy safari also but gypsies are limited and wait time is around 1 to 1.5 hours for the gypsies to return from their trip. So visitors planning gypsy ride should reach early. Parking space is sufficient at entry gate for those who want a gypsy ride.
    Attached info in pics for reference. Rated 3 star (average) as it was compulsory to post a rating.

    Visitors may visit for a fun gypsy ride through the buffer forests and upto the Fort.
    Written 13 December 2021
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  • Anu K
    San Francisco, CA34 contributions
    Government Museum is on 4th or 5th floor of the city palace. The palace is in shamble. The museum is decent.
    Written 24 January 2022
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  • Roopinder
    New Delhi, India490 contributions
    Place is surrounded by high mountains, green forest, lake in the vicinity of temple. Reaching the area is big herculean task thorugh bad tracks. Place is also used by Army for climbing the rocks and tactical exercises. Small waterfall and rivulets were seen emerging from high rocks. The path is very rocky and so be careful while walking. Also take blessings of Lord Shiva in the 18th century temple. It is approximately 18 Km from Sariska.
    Written 19 February 2020
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  • Selena G
    Sydney, Australia116 contributions
    This could make a great attraction one day but right now it is boarded up, you can't go inside, some whole rooms and walls have collapsed and it is being occupied by a family and their goats and cows. You can walk around the exterior, see beautiful local views, peep through windows into empty rooms. You can visit the temple. It has some amazing ceiling fans which look like they have melted in the heat like a Dali surrealist painting. The tower is too decayed to climb. The courtyard has some fascinating old carriages but they are inhabited by birds and goats too. Took some fabulous photos of decay.
    Written 3 February 2019
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  • ashwanijain
    Gurugram (Gurgaon), India227 contributions
    There are 2 Moti Doongri's. 1 is in Jaipur and other is in Alwar. In Alwar there are Lord Hanuman temple, Sayed baba majar and Children park.
    Written 15 April 2019
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  • Anu K
    San Francisco, CA34 contributions
    Adjoining City Palace (almost like in one structure). Clean and Beautiful. Government Museum is on 4th or 5th floor of the city palace.
    Written 24 January 2022
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  • Anant K
    Noida, India966 contributions
    A beautiful natural place to see in alwar very amazing fall and best time to visit is in rainy season
    Written 24 March 2020
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  • ArpanPahm
    Surendranagar, India274 contributions
    Ajabgarh Fort is a very famous Historical place in Rajasthan. It was in good condition after such long time. we have enjoyed history here.
    Written 12 August 2019
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  • MHP91
    Mehsana, India243 contributions
    Purjan Vihar is a beautiful and aesthetic garden located in the heart of the city. Very attractive and good place for good time spent. Enjoyed with friends and spent two hours.
    Written 29 November 2019
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  • MHP91
    Mehsana, India243 contributions
    This is a best tourist destinations. Architectural ofm the palace is marvel and a mix of Mughal and Rajasthani design.
    Written 29 November 2019
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  • ashwanijain
    Gurugram (Gurgaon), India227 contributions
    This is ancient temple near Sariska in alwar.This place is ok and average. Mostly people visit here for their belief in Baba Bhartihari.
    Written 20 April 2019
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