Around Riverarch


Ajabgarh And Bhangarh In Rajasthan

One is a dusty village and the other a ruined city; both are less than 35 km from the our Resort, hidden deep in Alwar district.. Ajabgarh, meaning ‘place of mysteries’, is an appropriately ghostly village, dotted with abandoned old houses where you’ll find the odd, stunningly carved window frame of picturesquely decorated doorstep. Prepare to be startled by the scale and beauty of Bhangarh – the abandoned city’s marketplace areas, temples and gardens are in surprisingly good repair as well.. It’s perfectly serene; you’ll have only stray dogs and ancient temple-keepers for company.

Narghar & Jaigarh forts

A ride of 20 min from our resort take you to the imposing Jaigarh Fort and narghar fort.

Jaigarh Fort is located on the top of the hill, by the name of Cheel ka Teela (Hill of Eagles). Jaigarh Fort is also known as the 'Victory Fort'. Jaigarh is the best example of a full-fledged citadel.

The Museum inside the fort is a storehouse of a wide range of armoury used by the earlier Rajput rulers. The commendable collection include swords, shields, guns, muskets and cannon balls. There are some old photographs of Jaipur kings and military heads in the museum as well.


Nahargarh Fort is the first of the three forts built by Maharaja Jai Sawai Singh of Jaipur. Another major attraction of the Fort is that, it provides an eye catching view of the Man Sagar Lake and the suburbs.

The geometrically designed Nahargarh Fort looks at its best in the night, when it is dazzlingly lit. Nahargarh is also called the hunting residence of Maharajas.




Chand Baori is the oldest surviving step well in Rajasthan and probably India. It was built by the King named Chanda or Chandra of the Nikhumbha dynasty. Situated Just an Hour drive form Riverarch

Sariska & Alwar –

Sariska National Park is home to numerous carnivores including Leopard, Wild Dog, Jungle Cat, Hyena, Jackal, and Tiger.

The avian world is also well represented with a rich and varied birdlife. These include Peafowl, Grey Partridge, Bush Quail, Sand Grouse, Tree Pie, Golden backed Wood Pecker, Crested Serpent Eagle and the Great Indian Horned Owl.

Sariska is well connected with our resort and it takes just 30 min to reach sariska from the resort.


Alwar contains many interesting and historical monuments. The city has a beautiful lake and a picturesque valley.

Alwar is also home to the real tigers (which can be seen in the wildlife sanctuary nearby) due to its rich natural woods, splendid lakes and valleys. Thus, it is also known as 'The Tiger Gateway To Rajasthan'.


is situated at a distance of about 25 Kms from Greenfields resort homes. The Amer Fort, also known as the Amer Fort, is one of the popular tourist attractions in Jaipur. This colossal fort is a wonderful specimen of the medieval Rajput style of architecture. Another attraction of the Amer Fort, Jaipur is its delicate mirror work.

Some of the important buildings in the Amber Palace are Shila Devi Temple, Diwan-I-Aam,, Diwan-E-Khas., Kali Temple and Ganesh Pol. There is also the Jai Mandir or the "Temple of Vicotry", you will find here the Sheesh Mahal, the "Hall of Mirrors". Here it is said that if you light a matchstick entire hall is illuminated with the thousands of reflections. From the top of the fort, one can have a stunning view of the entire city of Jaipur.


Jaipur City

GO shopping on the colourfull streets of old Jaipur city, get glimpse of famous attraction like:

Hawa Maha

Galta Kund : the monkey temple

Jantar mantar

City Palace and many more places ……………….