Excursions from Kota



While tourists are on a tour of Rajasthan, they should not miss to go on excursions from Kota. There are a number of tourist destinations located near Kota in Rajasthan. Tourists can seek accommodation in Kota hotels and while staying there they can arrange the short trips.

Tourists can go on an excursion from Kota to Baroli. Baroli is situated 48 km from Kota. Tourists can visit the old temples located in this area. After a visit to Baroli, the tourists can go on another excursion from Kota. Sitabari is another famous tourist destination near Kota. The visitors can also take part in the fair that is organized here during May or June.

Tourists on a tour to Kota can visit many other places situated near Kota. There is a wildlife sanctuary located in Darrah. One can spot wild animals like tiger, panther, deer and other animals in this sanctuary.

If tourists arrange excursions from Kota, they can visit Ishwari Niwas Haveli located in Bundi. The tourists will love to visit this haveli near Kota and the architectural works are worth appreciating. This haveli has been transformed to a heritage hotel.

There are some tourist spots near Kota that have historical significances. Shahabad Fort and Mosque are often visited by tourists in Kota. In Rajasthan, the Shahi Jama Masjid is the biggest mosque. The Shahabad Fort was constructed in 1577 AD.

Excursions from Kota can be arranged to Bhanddeora Temple. This is one of the ancient temples in Rajasthan. To visit this temple, the tourists have to reach the district of Baran. Tourists may also visit Bhainsrodgarh that is at a distance of 55 km from Kota.



Last Updated on 07 December 2011




     


     

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