Neemrana Fort Palace is absolutely the finest nearby weekend escape from Delhi. A romantic gateway, a family trip, or a solo trip, this place suits in all parameters. The ideal time to head to this fort is during July to March when the weather is cool and pleasing. Monsoon in this fort is beyond compare with its charming environment. The distance from Delhi is 106 km through drive that takes approximately two hours to reach via Delhi-Jaipur highway.
It is considered as one of the heritage luxury resorts of India that is a best combination of history and modern cultures. The palace is set over six acres area with seven palace wings and gorgeous luxury rooms. If you are planning a day trip to this place, you can purchase a ticket of ₹ 750 and enter to this royal palace. The visiting hours are fixed from 9 am to 3 pm. You can also get the ₹ 1900 entry ticket offering a luxury royal lunch buffet inside the fort. For spending a night here in a to live the heritage era will cost start from ₹11,000 to ₹30,000.
WHAT ELSE YOU CAN EXPLORE INSIDE?
In here, you can enjoy the charm of cultural events organized by Neemrana Music Foundation. These events occur every weekend where Rajasthani cultural artists celebrate dance and music.
You can experience a vintage car ride in surrounding villages up to 5 Km from this breathtaking fort. However, this luxury experience is limited for the resident guests only with a price of ₹1000.
The spa here helps rejuvenating the body and muscles. Try a range of Ayurvedic massages to de-stress and cool you. Be inside the Raj Kund pool to revitalize you. The pool is open for people during 9 am to 6 pm.
If you are risk taker then this fort has a thrilling zip ride to offer. This is the most adventurous thing you can do here.
By spending ₹250 you can enjoy an audio-video tour around the resort. This will take you through the every important corner of this palace by justifying the story behind them.
Inside the palace, for shopaholics it is a treat as Neemrana shop displays a great collection of souvenirs and other Rajasthani handloom stuff.
OTHER PLACES NEARBY NEEMRANA FORT
Baori is a very old multi storied structure worth seeing here. It has around 170 steps and is the epitome of ancient Indian architecture.
Another royal fort near Neemrana fort is Bala Quila fort that also displays the perfection of incredible Indian architecture. It is placed on a stiff cliff over the city palace including six entry gates.
Sariska National Park is around 124 km from the Neemrana fort and is the well-reserved forest of tigers. Captivating View of the surrounding Aravalli makes this place more alluring and charming. In here, you can find Lion, Leopard, royal Bengal tiger, antelopes, hyena, crocodiles and a variety of wild colorful birds.
Arrangement of stays depends on your plan if you want to stay inside Neemrana or Delhi. Either you can try by one-day tour to this place or by staying in Delhi or find a night stay in Neemrana itself.
Try to visit between July and March since the weather here during this time is the most pleasant.
Book your room in advance, as the popularity of this fort makes it difficult to be available on the weekends.
Keep your sunscreen lotion, UV protected sunglasses, a hat, tissues and a good camera to capture every blissful moment in this palace.
If you are planning a Neemrana Fort day trip, then do not carry your homemade food, since they would not allow it inside.
Carry your swimsuit along, as the swimming pool at the Neemrana Fort Palace is delightful.