Mercifully, the coach park was empty when we arrived at opening time (8:30am), and for the first 45 minutes, we shared the fort with only a handful of other "independent" tourists. Having already done the audio tour on a previous trip, we opted for the purely visual one. However, as it is included in the entrance price (R250), the audio tour is actually very good, even if it does produce a strange phenomenon. The fort is full of people, who independent of each other, suddenly stop and stand still for a few minutes, then move off purposefully, only to stop suddenly again after a few yards.
The fort was built at the end of the 15th century and was impregnable until taken by Aurangzeb in 1...Read More