Morning drive to Kumhalgarh (2.5 hrs). Check in at The Aodhi -built along the hillside and hidden between trees. In the afternoon visit Kumbhalgarh Fort. The wall of the fort is 36 km long and has been hailed as the Great Wall of India, second only to the Great Wall of China.
Lake - Udaipur Start early, Ride along the foot of the Aravali Hills, passing through colourful villages and seeing charming Servi men and women working in the fields. By evening reach Jojawar -a big village with its market full of colourful fabric and beautifully embroidered leather shoes.
Ride through beautiful Rebari (Shepherds) hamlets, where one can see colourfully decked Rebari women working with their sheep and goat besides the men with their lovely red turbans grazing their camels. Continue ride through a dry river bed and open fields to reach Dhamli -a small and a very Quite village.
This day you head towards the west, moving into the desert, riding by the dry and empty fields, which are cultivated only during the monsoons. Reach knetwas camping site before sunset and settle down in the tents. Enjoy a lovely barbeque dinner under the open sky in the night.
Rohet Garh - Rohet On the last day, ride through the sandy fields and scattered lakes, which attract flocks of Migrating cranes and local wildlife like Chinkara and Black buck. Reach Jhalamandgarh by late afternoon