Khatoli Fort is a fort on the bank of river Parvati in Kota in Rajasthan.
The Fort is a 17th-century marvel built by the great Maharaja Amar Singh. Spread across a sprawling 9000 square meters, this fort is not only a visual delight, but also a treasure trove of history and culture.
As you step inside the fort, be prepared to be transported back in time with the faded paintings adorning its walls. But that’s just the beginning of your adventure in Khatoli. Located just 60 km from the famous Ranthambore National Park and 50 km from Kuno Wildlife Sanctuary, Khatoli is the perfect starting point for a world-class jungle experience.
From catching a glimpse of the majestic tigers at Ranthambore to boating with the endangered Gharial Crocodile at Chambal National Park, the possibilities are endless. And who knows, you might even get the chance to witness the re-introduction of the Cheetah at Kuno Palpur – an event that will surely make its mark in history.
But that’s not all, the Khatoli region offers a cooler climate throughout most of the year and is a relatively undiscovered area. With so much to see and do within a 100 km radius, you’re sure to have a memorable trip. The average stay for tiger spotting in Ranthambore is 3 to 5 days, making Khatoli the perfect historical destination for those living in and around Ranthambore and Sawai Madhopur.
So what are you waiting for? Do not miss Khatoli Fort while you are on the way to Ranthambore !