One of the major tourist attractions of Kumbhalgarh is its wildlife sanctuary. However, apart from that, there are also a number of other places to see in Kumbhalgarh. Kumbhalgarh, Rajasthan sightseeing tour will include some of the below mentioned attractions:
Rana Kumbha got the Kumbhalgarh fort constructed in the 15th century.
One of the few forts in Rajasthan that have remained unconquered.
Kumbhalgarh was also the birthplace of Maharana Pratap, Mewar's
legendary king. The attractions of the fort include a number of
fascinating palaces and an array of temples inside it. The fort is
enclosed by a thick wall, running up to 36 km and offers a splendid view
of the surroundings.
Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary
Spread over an area of 578 sq km, the Kumbhalgarh wildlife sanctuary is
home to a wide variety of wildlife. Wolf, leopards, sloth bear, hyena,
jackal, jungle cat, nilgai, four horned antelope, chinkara, grey jungle
fowl and a number of other animals inhabit this sanctuary. A birds
watcher's paradise, the sanctuary serves as a habitat of peacocks,
doves, red spur owls, parakeets, golden oriole, gray pigeons, bulbul,
white breasted kingfisher, etc
Haldighati was the venue of the famous battle fought between Rana
Pratap (son of Udai Singh) and the Mughal Emperor Akbar in 1576 AD.
Haldighati has a chhatri (cenotaph) of Rana Pratap with white marble
columns. Also present, is a small chatri dedicated to Rana Pratap's
famous horse Chetak.
Muchchal Mahavir Temple
Muchchal Mahavir temple is famous for a statue of Lord Mahavira with a
moustache, which it enshrines. Guarding the gateways of the temple are
two beautiful elephant statues. The temple is situated in the
Kumbhalgarh Sanctuary, approximately 5 km from Ghanerao.