Rajasthan Trekking Tour From Udaipur: Ranakpur Temple & Kumbhalgarh Fort

Udaipur, India

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Discover the regions surrounded by the Aravalli Hills Trek your way through the local villages Get to know the tribal culture of Rajasthan Visit the 15th century built Ranakpur Jain Temple & Kumbhalgarh Fort Enjoy sound & light show at the Kumbhalgarh Fort

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Duration: 4 Days
Starts in: Udaipur

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GeTS Holidays

GeTS Holidays is an online tour operator and provides complete India tour solutions to domestic and foreign tourists.

Itinerary

Day 1: Udaipur - Sumer

You will be picked up from your hotel in Udaipur and driven to Sumer, a valley surrounded by the Aravalli hills. Upon arrival, check in at the Sumer Forest Guest House. Rest and after some time have lunch. Later in the evening, go for a walking tour and visit the shepherd villages. Get back to the guest house for dinner & overnight stay.

Day 2: Sumer/Bagho ka Bagh (Trekking in 6hrs)

You will be picked up from your hotel in Udaipur and driven to Sumer, a valley surrounded by the Aravalli hills. Upon arrival, check in at the Sumer Forest Guest House. Rest and after some time have lunch. Later in the evening, go for a walking tour and visit the shepherd villages. Get back to the guest house for dinner & overnight stay.

Day 3: Bagho Ka Bagh/Thandi Beri (Trekking in 4hrs)

Post breakfast, start trekking from the hotel through the Tribal villages and experience the highlight of the tour - Garasias. It is one of the most colorful tribes of the area. Later, have dinner and finally get back to the hotel. Overnight at Thandi Beri Forest Rest House.

Day 4: Thandi Beri/ Kumbhalgarh (Trekking in 5hrs)

Have breakfast and start trekking from the camp. Make your way through the dense forest while spotting some interesting species of trees and birds. After the trek, visit the mighty Kumbhalgarh Fort, the birthplace of Maharana Pratap, the great ruler and warrior of Mewar (Rajasthan). Also, this fort is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that represents the glory of the golden Rajput era. There are around 360 temples within its complex - 300 Jain temples and 60 Hindu temples. Nonetheless, the walls of this fort are believed to be the second largest in the world after the Great Wall of China. Later, in the evening have tea and head back to the Kumbhalgarh fort for the Light & Sound Show. Overnight at Kumbhalgarh at Fixed tent.

Day 5: Kumbhalgarh/Ranakpur (Trekking in 5hrs)

Post breakfast get transferred to Foota Deval – the starting point of declining trek to Ranakpur Jain Temple. En-route visit the ancient cave temple of Parsuram Mahadev and after the trek get ready to explore the famous Ranakpur Jain Temple – one of the largest and most important temple of the Jain cult. This marble wonder, built by a Dharma Shah - a rich Jain businessman, is dedicated to Lord Adinath - first Tiranthkar in Jainism. It is said that this temple was built over a span of 65 years and the scriptures, carved motifs and geometric patterns of this temple are so perfect that you just can’t take eyes off them. After the tour ends, you will be driven back to Udaipur. (operates from October to Mid April)

Additional Information

Discover the beauty of the Aravalli Range, one of the most popular mountain ranges in the western part of India. Trek your way through the traditional villages, learn about the lifestyle of the locals, visit the 15th century built Ranakpur Jain Temple & Kumbhalgarh Fort, and learn more about the tribal culture of Rajasthan.

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