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All roads here lead to Kumbhalgarh Fort, aka Great Wall of India

Kumbhalgarh is the kind of place that you visit once, and know almost immediately that you will be back very soon. There’s plenty of things here that will catch your attention - it can be the UNESCO famed Kumbhalgarh fort or the incredible flora and fauna at the nearby wildlife park. The thrill of  haggling for wall paintings and silver trinkets in Udaipur (which is just 2 hours away) may become your reason. Or perhaps it is the spectacular trekking trails or cycling routes around the city, that will win your heart. You will feel like you have escaped to a place that is completely unique, where you will step into forts that have stood the test of time, venture into the home of leopards and maybe even take a horse-riding lesson. Then you will realise that you are not even that far away and that coming back is definitely not a stretch at all.

For anyone visiting Rajasthan,  Kumbhalgarh might not be the top pick, mainly due to the presence of other more popular  cities like Jaisalmer, Jaipur and Jodhpur. But don’t worry, because Kumbhalgarh is catching up and once you have walked past its forts, forests and hills, you will understand that this place has a rich historical, cultural and natural heritage that is unmatched in any other destination. And while the Kumbhalgarh Fort is still the star attraction of the state, there is a lot more things awaiting you here - some expected, some not.

How to get there:

By Air - All major domestic airlines have flights to Borjhar Airport. The other cities in Assam connected by air with the rest of India are Silchar, Tezpur, Dibrugarh, and Jorhat. 

By Rail - The closest railway station to Kumbalgarh is Falna railway station, which is close to 94.5 km away. It takes close to two hours to reach Kumbhalagarh from Falna by cab. Other railway stations that are close to Kumbhalgarh include the following:

- Kankroli railway station (77. 2 kms; from here it takes 2 hours to reach Kumbhalgarh)

- Rani railway station (85.4 kms; from here it takes 2 hours and 30 minutes to reach Kumbhalgarh)

By road - You can visit Kumbhalgarh by road as well. It is well connected by national highways and there are many buses that come from not just Delhi but also Jaipur and Udaipur. If you are travelling by car, you can take the following roads 

- Delhi to Kumbhalgarh - 614.3 kms via NH48 and NH58 (11 hrs)

- Udaipur to Kumbhalgarh - 102.5 kms via NH27 and RJ SH 32 (2 hrs)

- Ahmedabad to Kumbhalgarh - 352.3 km via NH27 (6hr 35min)

- Mumbai to Kumbhalgarh - 828.8 km via NH48 (14 hr 49 min)

- Mandawa to Kumbhalgarh - 447.1 km via NH58 (8hr 29 min)

- Jaipur to Kumbhalgarh - 344.4 kms via NH48 and NH58 (6hr 12 min)

Best time to visit:

October to February is the best time to visit Kumbhalgarh. 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 Kumbhalgarh
The food served in Kumbhalgarh is an extension of the Rajasthani cuisine. While you cannot go wrong with dishes Dal Bhatti and Laal Maas, the number of restaurants in Kumbhalgarh is pretty limited. This is because even though it boasts of a magnificent fort, this is still a very small village that has limited options when it come to dining. .
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Shopping in Kumbhalgarh
There are very few places that you can go for shopping in Kumbhalgarh as the options are pretty limited. If you want to buy something outside the basic souvenirs that you find outside Kumbhalgarh Fort, you will have to head to Udaipur, which is almost two hours away. At Udaipur, you can buy handicrafts and miniature paintings in the Mughal or the Rajput style, along with silver jewellery; puppets,... .
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