The Maharani Bagh was gifted to his Maharani by Maharja Takhat Singh of Jodhpur in the 19th century. Picturesquely located at the foot of the forested Aravalli Hills that divided the former kingdoms of Marwar-Jodhpur and Mewar-Udaipur, Maharani Bagh remains essentially a nature retreat. The hills and forests around the royal estate are abound with wildlife. Wild boar and Nilgai and are commonly sighted, and the fortunate may get a glimpse of the elusive sloth bear or leopard.
Location: Situated midway between Udaipur, Jodhpur and Mount Abu. It is well connected to Udaipur and Jodhpur. Nearest railhead is Falna junction (30 km) and nearest airports are Udaipur (98 km) and Jodhpur (180 km).
Facilities: 16 AC cottages, running hot and cold water, TV with satellite channels, safety lockers, Internet, travel assistance, 24-hour room service, theme dinners, swimming pool, conference facility, nature walk, jeep safari, bird watching
Attractions: Ranakpur Jain Temple, Kumbalgarh Fort, wildlife sanctuary, day picnic at dam site
Owner: H.H. Maharaja Gaj Singh Ji