Hill Valley Resort is a heritage style amidst the lush green and pollution free atmosphere. Surrounded by the picturesque Aravalli mountains, the Resort is well equipped with all modren amenities and comforts for the tourist. The Resort is conveniently located near Todgarh. Aravalli providing the tourists varied activities from visiting the historical monuments to the wildlife & Nature trail.
The Biritish Colonel James Tod when he came to this place was so enchanted by the aura of this place that he founded this small village. He built church Jail post office and other buildings. One of his residence building converted into Jain temple known as Pragya Shikhar. He spend here for 20 years and did his history written here.
Todgarh, is a picturesque town in the Aravallis, the oldest mountain range of the world. It is 3281 feet above sea level and its original name was Boraswara. In early times, nomadic tribes like the Banjaras and Gurjars inhabited this area. Todgarh formed a part of Merwara.
Geographically the area of Sanctuary is a land of contrast, the with river, valleys, dense forests and sandy plains overlooking by Hill tracks of Rajsamand, Pali & Ajmer districts confined within the limits of Sanctuary were famous hunting ground of the Britishers. The famous historian Colonel James Tod, renowned writer of “Annals and Antiquities of Rajputana” stayed at the palace named after “TODGARH” by the British’s. In 1983 this area was declared as Wildlife Sanctuary under Wildlife (Protection) Act,1972.
TODGARH RAOLI WILDLIFE SANCTUARY: It is one of the large and lesser known sanctuaries of Rajasthan and has a great potential for eco tourism. Nature loving tourist can view a variety of birds, animals and plant life by way of trekking along nature trails.
DUDHALESHWAR TEMPLE: An ancient Lord Shiva temple surrounded by tall trees of Karanj, Tamarind, and Banyan attract tourist from distance place. There is a perennial source of spring water in the temple. It is a perfect place to meditate and relieve stress.
TODGARH: Todgarh is known as the hill station of Ajmer . It its very near to the proposed ecotourism site. It is famous for its colonial buildings of Victorian era. Jain community has recently developed a beautiful monument on a hillock named “Pragya shikhar”.
KATARGHATI: Approach from Todgarh to Dudaleshwar is by a serpentine track on the western slope of Aravali hills. This four kms long road has many U-pin turns. Built by the British engineers, it is an excellent example of road engineering. Katarghati joins Mewar and Marwar regions.
GHORAMGHAT RAILWAY TRACK: Most of the railway tract of 22 km length between Kamlighat and Fulad station passes through Todgarh Raoli Sanctuary in a hilly terrain. It also joins Mewar and Marwar regions. Built in the year 1934, it is a fine example of railway engineering. While traveling through this serpentine route, tourists can view green vegetation, waterfalls, tunnels, and bridges.
DEEWAIR: Deewair is a historical place inside the sanctuary associated with Maharana Pratap. It is the victory site where Maharana Pratap defeated the Mughal army of Akbar. Col. James Tod named Deewair as ‘Marathon of Mewar’ in his famous book ‘Annals and antiquities of Rajasthan.’
BHEELBERI FALLS: Inside the sanctuary in Bhagora forest block there is waterfall of height 55 Mt. probably highest in the Aravalli range. Falling of water can be seen in the rainy season. Roosting long-billed vultures & numerous rock beehives on the cliffs just near to it can also be watched. Bheelberi can be approached by a jeep 4 kms nature trail.