This small princely town dates back its history to the 11th century. We loop ride with picnic lunch around Kaila Devi National Park, a part of the Project Tiger and buffer zone to Ranthambore National Park. Named after the famous Kaila Devi temple situated here, the national park is a dense forested area with gorges. A unique mix of animals is found here including the Chinkara, Sambar, Hyena, Wild Bore etc.
In the evening, we will explore the 500-year-old Karauli city palace full of frescos, fine stone carvings and paintings. This palace built in the 13th century by the Royal family; it still remains as their official residence and one of the most majestic structures of Karauli.