This sanctuary is located near Bassi. Bassi wildlife sanctuary covers 50 sq. kms. of land area. This sanctuary is famous to watch panthers, wild boars, antelopes, mongoose, and migratory birds. District Forest Officer, Chittaurgarh's permission would be needed to visit it. Located at a distance of 5 km from Bassi fort palace, it was established in 1988. Near the Vidhyanchal ranges, Bassi wildlife sanctuary also has two dams namely Bassi and Orai.
Bassi Fort, now a beautiful heritage hotel, was built by Thakur Jaimal of the Sisodia dynasty in the 16th century. This fort is surrounded by hills and provides a peaceful environment.
Bassi Fort now known as Bassi Fort Palace once used to be the hunting lodge of built by Thakur Jaimal of Sisodia dynasty. Located amidst the serene Vindhyachal Ranges, Bassi fort is now a luxury heritage hotel overlooking the the Orai and Bassi Lakes. The 16th Century home of the Mewar Nobility has been painstakingly restored preserving its old charm, decor and grandeur with, comfort and ambience that will embrace your senses.It has witnessed some of the bloodiest battles in history. It is testimony to some of the most heroic deeds of valor and sacrifice. The fort is a Treasure house of History and historical monuments.
Bassi Wildlife Sanctuary is a wildlife sanctuary near Bassi in Chittorgarh district of Rajasthan, India. It is located about 5 kilometres from the Bassi Fort Palace. The Wildlife Sanctuary spans over an area of 15,290 hectares and was established in 1988. The sanctuary is located on the western border of the Vindhyachal Ranges and includes the Bassi and Orai dams are part of the sanctuary. Antelope, wild boar, panther, mongoose and migratory birds inhabit the sanctuary.