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A hidden gem in Rajasthan, India

An offbeat destination in the royal state of Rajasthan, Ghanerao which is located almost 10 hours away from Delhi, makes for an ideal weekend getaway. Whether you are looking to escape the urban chaos or just want to enjoy some exemplary Rajasthani hospitality, without the touristy crowds, Ghanerao Rajasthan has you  sorted. Plus, it is located close to popular destinations like Udaipur (2 hrs away) and Kumbhalgarh (1 hour away), which means that there is always something new waiting to be explored here.

While Ghanerao is perfect for those who want to unwind and relax for a weekend, it has enough sights for the active traveller as well. Head to the nearby Kumbhalgarh Fort, which according to locals is the second longest fort in the world after the Great Wall of China. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this fort has within its boundaries, multiple temples, palaces and a wildlife park as well. It is also the birthplace of Maharana Pratap, a popular figure in Rajasthani folklore.

If forts are not what you are looking at, fret not because there are a host of other things that you can in the city. Head to the nearby Sadri village for a one-on-one interaction with the local community, that will help you understand their local culture and lifestyle in a better manner. Whether it is the Rabari tribe or the potters in the nearby villages, interacting with the locals is sure to add a unique element to your travelogue.

Situated in the heart of Ghanerao are V Resorts Jungle Lodge and Royal Castle, both of which are great bases to help you explore this town. A 500 year old property, V Resorts Royal Castle Ghanerao is home to the Mertiya Rathores. No two rooms in the property are identical or even on the same floor, which means that close attention has been paid to retain a unique charm to the entire palace.The beautifully marble-carved Badi Mahal and an inviting swimming pool only add to the charm of the castle.

If you are however looking to explore the majesty of the Kumbhalgarh Fort, we recommend you book yourself a room at V Resorts Jungle Lodge. Built more than 100 years ago, this property was the hunting lodge of the Royal Family of Ghanerao and has been crafted with a modern yet earthy décor. A modern retreat with 7 simple yet tastefully designed rooms and an in-house restaurant, the stay at this resort gets even better with a bonfire sit out area providing the oasis in the wilderness. While Kumbhalgarh Fort is a definite must, v recommend you also go for nature walks, treks, jeep safaris and birding tours. A visit to the nearby Muchala Mahavir Jain Temple or the more celebrated Ranakpur Jain Temples is something that merits both your time and money (the total number of columns in one of the Ranakpur temples is 1,444. Each of them are them intricately carved and no two columns are alike).

How to get there:
  • Road –Delhi – Jaipur – Ajmer – Beawer – Bhim – Gomti – Charpuja – Desuri – Ghanerao– towards Muchala Mahavir Jain Temple (610 Km)
  • Udaipur – Nathduara – Rajnagar – Gomti - Charpuja – Desuri – Ghanerao -Muchala Mahavir Jain Temple (127 Km)
  •  Udaipur – Gogunda – Sayra – Ranakpur – Sadri - Ghanerao (118 Km)
  • By Rail – Mumbai / Delhi / Jaipur – Falna (41kms) / Udaipur (118 kms) then by road
  • By Flight – Udaipur Airport (118 KM)
Best time to visit:

October to February is the best time to visit Ghanerao. Avoid planning your trip here during the summer season (April-June) as it can be difficult to step out, due to high humidity and temperatures. 

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Cuisine of Ghanerao
The food served in Ghanerao is an extension of the Rajasthani cuisine. While you cannot go wrong with dishes Dal Bhatti and Laal Maas, the number of restaurants around the region is pretty limited, which is why it is best to dine in the resorts. Also, since Royal Castle is the ancestral home of the royal family, we are sure that the food served here will be homely and delicious. Packed your... .
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