Ramathra holidays

Ramathra is located just south of the golden triangle of Jaipur, Agra and Delhi. It is part of a green farming belt in the Kalisil River valley and the Daang plateau. Visitors to this area regularly see deer, blue bull, wolf, jackal and hyena and, if extremely lucky, wild boar, bear or leopard. Across the Daang there are several places to explore including Utgir Fort, the cave temples of Ghanteshvar and Kurka, and the Chuaki gorge. Kalisil Lake, formed over 50 years ago to benefit farmers in Ramathra, is home to many birds including duck, stork, kingfisher, sarus crane and heron.

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