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It’s a long steep climb but most will be able to manage it. I would recommend taking a guide as there are many red faced monkeys living in the fort. Completely different experience to the other forts in Rajasthan because its over grown and not...More
A bit of a climb up here but definitely worth it. Great views, ruins to explore and peaceful. Quite a bit of wildlife too. Look out for the step wells, which are fairly rubbish free. You can borrow a stick to help with the climb...More
Its quite a walk uphill to get there - but well worth the effort. A pleasure to visit these palaces -not restored but atmospheric in an imposing situation and best of all without the crowds of Jaipur, Udaipur, Agra etc! Wonderful
Having read a number of reviews and seen the terrain along with the number of monkeys , we decided to seek the guiding services of the “awesome Jay”.
We stopped off at Jay Cafe close to the palace/fort entrance and spoke with his sister who...More
It was a real trial for me (lady in her 60s) to get up the path to see the fort. The path is rocky, windy and very steep. We obtained the services of a guide, Jay, who we had to book the day beforehand. He...More
We did not like the fort in Bundi. The place seems abandoned, dirty and badly maintained. I would not even charge money for the visit honestly. Practically nothing to see. You would rather take some pictures of the fort from the town, it is better...More