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Jaigarh Fort

| above Amber Fort, Jaipur 302013, India
+91 78320 34083
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| above Amber Fort, Jaipur 302013, India
+91 78320 34083
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Reviewed today via mobile

This fort can be reached by walking from Amer fort. The view of Amer fort and it's surroundings are good. The canon is really worth the visit

Thank vkt83
Reviewed yesterday

It is the fort which never fell... hence the name ... Jaigarh. The place has a rich past and looks a bleak future as it is not managed well... litter & garbage and dilapidated state of fort walls make it looks as if this fort...More

Thank Gaurav K
Reviewed yesterday

Main feature is the big cannon. If you have plenty of time, you can walk around the fort. But with limited time, you should go to Amber & Nahargarh, which are closeby,

Thank Roshan M
Reviewed yesterday

Fort visit was very excited to family chield and joyful. that was a nice experience to feel the culture and strength of india.

Thank ANJU G
Reviewed 2 days ago

Jaigarh fort is one of the part of Amer fort. This fort is totally mismanaged and not properly maintained. Just the ticket price is too high but in maintenance it is zero. However the fort is very interesting as it have largest canon and have...More

Thank Nikhils18888
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

After doing some research and enquiring locally v added this fort into our to do list and trusts me it wasn’t bad.. TO UNDERSTAND THE HISTORY OF IT I WOULD SUGGEST YOU TO PLS HIRE A LOCAL GUIDE.. this fort is not that big but...More

Thank Richa S
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This is a fort situated at Rajasthan. This is a tourist attraction. Lots of tourist visiting this place every day.

Thank Ajitku
Reviewed 3 days ago

The only thing to see in the largest cannon placed ere , not much time to be invested. Good place for some great photographs of the fort wall etc.

Thank tinaeljn
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

A must visit once u r in Jaipur you will find one of the largest canon of its time It hosts a large water tank which use to cater for all the residents of the fort it's army and cattle. Water cooling system and host...More

Thank gosainanil
Reviewed 1 week ago

The cannon is one the most important attraction of the place. After the cannon we saw a part of the museum where we bumped into a guide, and we decided to hire him, he was extremely good there was so much of that place we...More

Thank Vidya Anil D
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Trish A A
8 November 2017|
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Response from Vasudev68 | Reviewed this property |
No, till you enter the fort since its steep. Inside it's flat & can take own time to traverse.
arvind k
4 May 2017|
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Response from Anoop S | Reviewed this property |
If tunnel is closed there is a way parlally to tunnel conecting to both the fort.