KUMBHALGARH GHANERAO RANAKPUR WALK


KUMBHALGARH GHANERAO RANAKPUR WALK

DURATION: 2 Night 3 days

SUPPORT: 24/7 Guided

LEVEL: Recreational

DAY 1: KUMBHALGARH

After a leisurely breakfast take a drive to Kumbhalgarh, On arrival at Kumbhalgarh get checked-in followed by lunch later in the evening give a visit to the amazing Kumbhalgarh Fort which is a UNESCO world heritage site and claimed to have the 2nd largest fortified wall in the world.

After fort visit drive back to the hotel.

Dinner and overnight at the hotel

DAY 2 KUMBHALGARH – GHANERAO TREK (14 KMS APPROX)

Today after a lavish breakfast drive to the starting point of the trek to Ghanerao and with your trekking guide and local navigator begin trek in the sanctuary area.

Beginning of the trek is downhill but soon it is gonna meet with relatively moderate terrain, a wide variety of flora and fauna can be seen on this trek and your guide will keep updating you with it, wild hogs, antelopes, grey junglefowls,partridges,quails, black faced monkeys are seen very often and if lucky you might get a glimpse of these animals and bird species, on the halfway mark we will take a short break near the crocodile lake which in the local language is called “Thandi Beri”, if lucky you might see some crocodiles here.

There is also a tribal village in the sanctuary area where reside the “Bhil” tribe and passing through it would be an amazing experience, on finishing the trek at the Jungle Lodge we will relax ourselves and have lunch.

Later drive back to Kumbhalgarh after lunch.

Dinner and overnight at the hotel

DAY 3: KUMBHALGARH – RANAKPUR TREK (DURATION 5 HRS APPROX)

Morning after breakfast drive to Foota Deval which is the starting point of today’s trekking to Ranakpur Jain Temple. The terrain is downhill in the beginning then flat with few gentle uphills, On the way we will see very old cave temple of Parsuram Mahadev. We will end our walk at Ranakpur where we visit the Ranakpur Jain Temple which is a UNESCO world heritage site and the most beautiful and incredible temple you would ever see, this temple was build in white marble in the 15th century to honor Adinath, the first Tirthankar of the present half-cycle (avasarpiṇī) according to Jain cosmology, after Temple visit lunch at a local restaurant and then drive to onward destination.

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