The place holds the world's largest cannon. The war museum is small but okay. You can see Amer Fort from here and it's scenic. Better than Nahargarh fort
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Brilliantly designed, every aspect from the world's biggest cannon; to the 60 gallon water storage underground tank and the Great Wall protecting the fort are truly epic, enduring and environmentally friendly ( the latter which relies on rain water harvesting. There is a handicrafts store...More
The craftsmanship of that day was good - it still proudly stands today, it all its splendour. Worth a visit just to see how they built these places which have lasted for centuries. Admire the intricate carvings.
The fort itself is quite nice and imposing due to its size, but please skip the elephant ride going up. I know it looks like a fun thing to do but, even if they do seem to be taking small steps to treat the animals...More
Fort require's lots of walking - Overlooking amber fort, the views go on for miles and miles (on clear days), just like others great architecture.
Despite all the hype around Jaigarh fort we didn't it a must visit. A guide is helpful in understanding the long history associated along with the canon, water harvesting mechanism and other details, but they generally end the trip by taking you the textile emporium...More
I enjoyed this visit because this fort was different from the others I had visited. It was obviously less beautiful than Amber fort because Amber fort was made for royalty when Jaigarh fort was used for pure military purposes, but then it was a good...More
Wouldn't bother, rather have spent this time seeing Amber fort more. It's close to Amber fort but much smaller, less popular and not as well maintained. All the guards offer you help every 5 meters if you are a foreigner and expect a tip afterwards....More