Alwar Bagh Resort
Alwar, Jaipur Road , Village Dhawala,
Alwar, Rajasthan, India
A perfect destination for weekend getaways and short vacation
Alwar Bagh is situated on the on the Alwar Sariska road only 14 KM away from Alwar it is contently located at 3 hrs driving distance from Delhi and two hours from Jaipur.
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The Alwar Bagh is built in a heritage style amidst the lush green and pollution free atmosphere. Surrounded by the picturesque Aravalli Mountains, the Alwar Bagh is well equipped with all modern amenities and comforts for the guests. The Alwar Bagh is conveniently located near Alwar and Sariska and provides numerous activities- from visiting historical monuments to the exploration of wildlife and nature trails. It offers luxurious rooms elegantly designed and equipped with modern facilities. Rooms attached with modern bathroom are spacious and offer en-suite facilities. The interiors are tastefully chosen to give an ethnic feel and a touch of the bygone era. On staying here, one can experience the beauty of the nature
The multi cuisine restaurant at the resort serves a wide range of local traditional delicacies with Indian, continental and Chinese dishes. The food is prepared to cater to the taste of all the buds and a swift and prompt service combined with great hospitality adds to the flavour.
The Resort also hosts leisure facilities like a swimming pool located amidst lush green gardens with a panoramic view of the natural surrounding and a special amusement park for children.
well equipped swimming pool available for all 24 hrs.
> Travel Assistance
> Jeep safari
> Camel Cart
> Village Safari
> Bonfire with Cultural programmed on request.
> Special Tours to Sariska wildlife sanctuary and the historical city Alwar.
> Special Arrangements for wedding functions, birthday party and picnic.
The world famous wild life sanctuary is 19 KM away and provides many fascinating spots for the wild life lovers, as well as for those who are interested in art and archaeology. The Sariska Tiger Reserve is one of the few forested areas in the Aravalli hills and has a good population of Sambhar, Panther, Chinkara, Chital wild boar, Tiger, Nilgai and of birds including Parakeets, Storks, Pheasant, Oriels, Eagles, Owls and plenty of the National bird peacock! Besides wildlife, the sanctuary has several interesting spots like the Pandupol, the Nilkanth Mahadeo, the ruins of Bhangarh and an ancient fort Kankwari on a sharp hill top, where the emperor Aurangzeb is believed to have imprisoned his brother Darashikoh.
Alwar- once known to be the gateway of the Rajputana, and a visit to the historical city means going back into time. Alwar has been amongst the oldest cities in Rajasthan and its pre historic as well as historic existence is an archaeological delight. The presence of the Aravallis also provides Alwar with a lot of picturesque locations- deep valleys and a forest cover (Sariska) which is a habitat to several species birds and animals. Alwar was once a part of the kingdom of Matasya- and is believed to be one of the oldest kingdoms of the state. It was here in the city of Virat Nagar, the court of king Virat where the mighty Pandavas (the heroes of the great Indian epic 'Mahabharata ’) spent the last 13 years of exile. There are monuments named after the ‘Pandavas’ which still exist around Sariska. There are a lot of places to see and enjoy in and around Alwar which include ancient temples, medieval forts, palaces and gardens