is a small town situated in the district of Alwar, Rajasthan. This place is
well-known for its majestic Neemrana Fort which was constructed in the year
1464 AD by the brave Maharaja Prithvi Raj Chauhan III. Recently, the palace has
been transformed into a luxurious heritage resort.
recent renovation, the hotel has been adequately equipped with modern
amenities, thus, the fort provides a perfect amalgamation of history and
modernity. Apart from its grandeur architecture, the palace also has a calm
ambience and is surrounded by lush greenery. Every nooks and corner of the
palace boasts about the daunting attitude of the Rajputs. People who generally
visit or reside in Delhi often travel to this place so as to escape the noise
and pollution in the national capital. The resort also provides a lot of
interesting activities such as swimming, zip-lining, etc.
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Gateway to Sariska wildlife sanctuary
additional bonus that the visitors receive during their tour to Neemrana Fort
is a quick trip to Sariska Wildlife Sanctuary. The national park has diverse
species of flora and fauna and it stretches over an area of about 866 sq.
km. This place was used as a hunting
ground by Maharaja of Alwar and later in
the year 1955, it was converted into a wildlife conservation park.
amidst the Aravali Hills, this national park is one of the most popular tiger
reserves in the country. People who visit Neemrana Fort usually commute to this
reserve so as to undertake jeep/elephant safari through the jungles of Sariska.
The sanctuary is home to several animals such as the Royal Bengal Tiger, Indian
Leopard, Nilgai, Jungle Cat, Sambhar, and many more.
Restaurants and Local Food in
eateries in Neemrana offers a typical North Indian cuisine, dipped in spices
and oil. However, Rajasthani delicacies such as
Dal-Bato-Churma, Mirchi Bada, and Pyaaj Kachori are also popular snacks
in the region. Most of the restaurants here offer vegetarians dishes but at
Neemrana Fort, you can enjoy both veg and non-veg thali.