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Lakhpat Fort Tour Guide 'Ghost town'

Lakhpat is very Amazing village with it's architect. 7 kms big fort, marvellous Carving tomb Ghost... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
rannofkutchin
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Kutch District, India
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Old deserted fort which was once a centre of economic activities

Hardly few families live inside the fort now. But one can imagine a bustling township earlier which... read more

Reviewed 13 February 2018
Madhulika_68
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Mumbai, India
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Reviewed 7 January 2017 via mobile

Calm and decent place with beautiful sights.
Recommended to visit in the morning
You can take many pictures
Go through the history of fort(interesting)
While standing there, open your google map and Pakistan is just 30Km. Frm there
Network notification from pakistan service provider also seen

Thank Rushil V
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Reviewed 30 December 2016

It was truly mesmerizing sight which we had from the walls of Lakhpath fort. It is said that this was the location for the movie Refugee. The saddening thing was that the Tourism Department is not doing anything to preserve this fort and the areas inside it. More than White Rann this place deserves advertisement and awareness to the people in the country.

Thank Abrahamoommen
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Reviewed 21 November 2016

This is a huge fort This is quite a distance from Kutch and there is no public transport. The huge fort is worth seeing, although it is in ruins. The entrance arch, the huge door, the high walls are worth seeing. This is also the border of India and Pakistan. fort is overlooking Arabian sea. We can climb the wall and see the white desert.
Many people do not visit this place as it interests only people who love history and want to learn about the fort. Not many people were there when we visited this place. But one can hire a cab and visit this place. Worth visiting.

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Reviewed 28 August 2016

Much of the fort and the houses inside it has been destroyed in the 2002 earthquake, yet Its a place worth visiting in Kutch. There is a Gurudwara and an army camp Inside the fort.

Thank leviathan88
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Reviewed 3 August 2016

Lakhpat was a very famous and bustling port in the years gone by but had lost some of its significance over the years, mainly due to the change in flow of the river indus after the quake of 1819.
The fort walls are 7 km long and various watch towers are located within the walls. These are easily accessible using the stairs. Lakhpat is the western most tip of the
Indian peninsula and this fort is right on the edge.
The views from the top of the fort are brilliant and you can spend hours there looking out in the open with nothing around for miles.
It is located 40 kms from the ashapura temple and no food is available in the vicinity of this fort.
We went there in a group for riders on motorcycle and the journey to this fort was excellent.
There is a temple, mosque and gurudwara located within the fort walls.
Definitely recommended for a visit.

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