The fort, the lake and countryside are the three big attractions of Ramathra Fort. The fort has a strong perimeter wall crowned with parapets. Its ramparts are wide and offer a spectacular view from the hilltop. Inside there is a multi-story palace, parts of which are being restored using traditional building techniques and local craftspeople. Regardless of how much time you have to spend, or how much you wish to do, the adventure is yours. Whether you prefer to stay home and take in the fort’s tranquil atmosphere or wish to explore its many natural sites, your hosts at Ramathra promise you a memorable stay.
A complete walking tour of the Ramathra village, a small hamlet of farmers and herders, takes about 3 hours. You see all kinds of work associated with tending crops and animals, and caring for children. Absent is a bazaar with commercial traffic or food stalls. After the sun goes down, Bhajan-singing and community activities are more common than radio or television. Among its numerous shrines, the Ganesh Mandir and Shiva Mandir give the best flavour of local religious life.
The use of Karauli stone and traditional construction practices bestows an authentic and sophisticated ethnicity to the suite rooms.Six beautifully designed luxury tents set against the fort's rampart walls surrounding a lush courtyard lawn. With its high ceilings and screened windows, each spacious interior is decorated with modern teak furniture, printed cotton furnishings and traditional flat woven rugs.
Some rooms can also serve as two connecting rooms for use by a family of four or a group of friends.Six beautifully designed luxury tents set against the fort's rampart walls surrounding a lush courtyard lawn. With its high ceilings and screened windows, each spacious interior is decorated with modern teak furniture, printed cotton furnishings and traditional flat woven rugs.
The dining room is the main gathering place for eating, drinking and socializing. What were once stables for horses is now a totally renovated commons area for Ramathra Fort . Comfortable seating in a rustic open space set the stage for a good time. The bar is well stocked with bottled water, soft drinks, cold beer, wine and liquor.
LOCATION: Ramatra village in Karauli District