Melghat Gawilgarh Fort
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- The view from Gawilgarh Fort is very beautiful and it is not very difficult to climb up to the view point. There were vendors selling coffee beans outside the fort. We also spent a night in Melghat National Park.
- Hidden gems of hinterland
- As you trudge 8 km up the bare mountain road from Shichling, midway between Kaza and Tabo, the 1,000-feet-high rocky spurs of Dhankar appear. Dhang means cliff in Tibetan, and khar is fort.