Ramathra Fort in Sapotara - Rajasthan
Sitting on a hilltop, the 350 year old Ramathra looks like it has come straight out of a storybook.
The fort offers spectacular views of Kalisil Lake, its surrounding hills and countryside consisting of the small rural hamlets dotting the picturesque farmland below. Water birds abound on the lake which is also a rich feeding ground for the ducks, storks and cormorants that visit every winter. Birds such as local water fowl, kingfishers, saras cranes, stilts and herons can be seen throughout the year.
Inside the wide ramparts of the fort is a multi-storeyed palace, parts of which have been restored by local craftspeople using traditional techniques.
Ramathra Fort lies between two of India’s internationally famous wildlife reserves. Keoladeo Ghana Bird Sanctuary in Bharatpur and Ranthambore Tiger Reserve in Sawai Madhopur and makes a great break between these destinatins.
Name : Ramathra Fort
Type : Palace Heriatge Hotel
Location : 65 Km from Ranthambhore National Park
Accommodation : Local cuisine.
Image Credit :Ramathra Fort