One of the major attractions of this century old Fort is its long, winding and narrow strong walls. Tourist and visitors from all over the world come to this fort to admire its rich history, intricate designs and the original 10 feet long canon used by the Peshwas during the attack. It is the ultimate destination for the trekking lovers and hikers as well.
The Visapur fort was under attack by the British battalions who captured and took it under their possession. The high elevation point of the Visapur Fort made it ideal for the British to set up their canon and bombard the surrounding areas which made the Marathas flee.
Take a long stroll along the ruined walls of the Fort and admire the Visapur Fort’s majestic beauty from ground level. It is ideal to visit the fort at all times of the year as the surroundings are a sight to behold with its panoramic views and majestic scenic plateau. However, it is advised to avoid visits to the Visapur Fort during the monsoon season as there could be landslides and the trekking tracks and trails could be slippery and dangerous.