Trek To Kumbhalgarh Fort And Leopard Safari From Jodhpur/Udaipur

Jodhpur, India

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Discover the 15th century built Kumbhalgarh Fort – a UNESCO World Heritage Site Trek your way through a dense forest cover and tribal settlement Enjoy two rounds of Leopard Safari at the Godwad Leopard Camp Visit the tribal and know their history from your guide Pick up from Jodhpur/Udaipur hotel as per your convenience


Duration: 4 Days
Starts in: Jodhpur

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GeTS Holidays

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



Your tour starts with a pick up from your hotel in Jodhpur/Udaipur. You will be driven to Kumbhalgarh in the comfort of a private vehicle. Upon arrival, check-in at the hotel and later in the evening visit the majestic Kumbhalgarh Fort. This fort is of huge significance as it marks 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. It is said to have 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 wall in the world after the Great Wall of China. Dinner & overnight at hotel.


After breakfast, start your first trek from Kumbhalgarh. It is a downhill trek which makes its way through a good forest cover. If lucky enough, you might end up spotting some antelopes & wild boars hogs. Also, get to see some deer kept in a protected enclosure and a good variety of various bird species. We will also pass through a Tribal Village inhabited by the Bhil Tribe, in the sanctuary area. On the way, stop at the Crocodile Lake, locally known as Thandi Beri. Spot some crocodiles sunbathing here on the reservoir wall. Continue the last leg of the trek to the finishing point, the Muchala Mahavir Jain Temple. Upon arrival, check into hotel and spend some time at leisure. This hotel was a hunting lodge of the erstwhile nobles of this area. Have lunch in the afternoon and after some time get ready for a stroll in the nearby Garasiya Tribal Hamlets (another group of tribals). In the evening have tea, while enjoying the local views. Dinner & Overnight at Hotel.


Have breakfast in the morning and later drive from Ghanerao to Ranakpur. Upon arrival, start your trek to the Mithri Dam – a water reservoir. Pass through some Garasiya Tribe settlements and Shepherd villages. Upon arrival at Mitri Dam, have lunch and then head to the campsite. Dinner & overnight at the camp.


Today early in the morning go for a Leopard Safari. The natural rocky outcrops make for a perfect hideout spot for leopards. If you are lucky, you can spot a leopard in its natural habitat and afterwards, get back to the camp for breakfast. Spend rest of the time at leisure and go for another round of safari in the afternoon. You can also visit the nearby Raika (Shepherds) hamlet in the evening. Dinner & overnight at the camp.


Have breakfast in the morning and then start your trek to the Rupan Mata (mother goddess) Temple. It is an 8 km. trek (approx.). Upon arrival, take rest and after some time you will be driven back to Udaipur (2.5 hrs.) / Jodhpur (3 hrs.) in the comfort of your own private vehicle.(operates from October to Mid April)

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On this 4 Nights / 5 Days tour, get a chance to discover the rural beauty of Rajasthan, whilst trekking through some of the local villages, tribal settlements, and a dense forest cover. Discover the grandeur of the famous UNESCO World Heritage Site- the Kumbhalgarh Fort and enjoy two rounds of leopard safari. Get picked up from your hotel in Jodhpur/Udaipur as per your convenience and travel in the comfort of your own private vehicle.


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