• Tour Duration:
1 Night / 2 Days.
• Tour Starting Time:
Approx. 09: 00 A.M.
• Tour Ending Time:
Approx. 04:00 P.M.
• Days of Tour Operation:
• Minimum number of Guests:
• Mode of Transportation:
Tata A/C Indigo, Toyota Innova, Tempo Traveler, Mini Bus, Bus.
• Monuments & Attractions Visited:
Monuments & Attractions Visited: The Neemrana Fort.
* Well informed Guides available: Hindi, English, French, German, Japanese & Spanish.
Day 01: Delhi – Neemrana (Visit Neemrana Fort).
Day 1, Pick up from the hotel or residence in the morning and proceed by road to Neemrana Fort. Built in 1464, Neemrana Fort-Palace is among India’s oldest heritage resorts. The ambience’s simply captivating and it also exhibits periodic furniture and antique works of art and paintings. Reach Neemrana Fort, Check in to the Neemrana Fort.
Overnight at Neemrana Fort.
Day 02: Neemrana – Delhi.
After breakfast proceed back to Delhi.
Activities at Neemrana Fort:
• Above the fairyland fort of Neemrana lays India's first “zip tour”, a thrilling new aerial adventure.
• Weddings & Celebrations:
• Many elaborate, fairy-tale weddings have been held at different indoor and outdoor of Neemrana .Glowing majestically; Neemrana also hosts anniversaries, and birthdays. Its amphitheatre can seat over 200 guests comfortably.
• Camel Cart:
• The 11-tiered Fort-Palace, built over six acres, has its own joys, one can also discover the beauty of the place either on foot or by camel cart, riding to the nearby villages.
• Pool & Health Spa:
• Raj Kund, the pool-on-the plateau, stretches above the landscape. Neemrana Ayurvedic spa soothes the nerves and revitalizes the stressed body.
• Cultural Event:
• Culture Regular weekend performances organized by the Neemrana Music Foundation enrich the theatre of your life. Besides India’s leading dancers & musicians, foreign artistes have also performed for guests & delegates.
• Step Well:
• Neemrana hill. Step well both lie at 500 mts. Trek up or walk the sand dunes to descend 9 storeys below the ground. This famine-relief project was once used as a caravanserai by tired travelers.