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Place's to visit in Mount Abu

When you travel to Mount Abu, you will love to visit popular tourist spots and enjoy the local culture. Amongst other Things to do in Mount Abu, you can surely explore some of the best things to do in Mount Abu to make your trip a fulfilling one. On a trip to Mount Abu things to do can include exploring Mount Abu attractions and visiting the places of interest.

Vimal Vasahi Temple

Vimal Vasahi is the most prominent temple among the magnificent Jain Dilwara Temples, situated in Mount Abu. This spectacular temple, built in the 11th century by Vimal Shah, is an architectural wonder carved in white marble. This grand temple houses the Navchowki, which is a group of nine intricately carved ceilings supported by elaborate pillars, and the Gudh Mandap, which abodes the idol of Lord Rishaba.

Universal Peace Hall or Om Shanthi Bhavan

This is the renowned World Spiritual University of the Brahma Kumaris situated in Mount Abu, where they teach that every religion is to each the same God. Established with the aim of ‘World peace through spiritual knowledge’, this eminent organization accommodates a huge main hall, which can house around 3600 people.

Adhar Devi Temple

Situated inside a rocky cave, the incredible Adhar Devi Temple is 3 km away from Mount Abu Town and can be reached through a flight of 365 steps carved onto the slope of a hill. The exclusive temple dedicated to Goddess Durga, is home to an array of gorgeous statues and idols and the view from the top is awe inspiring.

Ambaji Temple

The renowned Ambaji Town is situated at a distance of 50 km from Mont Abu, which is popular for the historically significant Ambaji Matha Temple and an array of mythological sites. Packed with various attractions linked to the cultural heritage of India, such as the Kamakshi Mandir, Kailash Hill, Koteshwar and Manasarovar, this wonderful place is a must visit spot as well.

The Peace Park

Established by the Brahma Kumari’s, this magnificent park is considered as one of the most beautiful gardens in India. Situated amidst Guru Shikhar and Achal Garh, this superb garden is a must visit, to enjoy the natural beauty in the backdrop of imposing mountains.


Gaumukh Temple

This eminent temple is believed to be the retreat place of Sage Vashistha. It has a natural spring that emerges out through a carved cow’s head. There is also a marble statue of the bull ‘Nandi’ and this place can be accessed by foot via 750 steps or up to 3 km by jeep.

Luna Vasahi Temple

This fabulous 12th century temple is another architectural wonder with its marble carvings and intricate designs on the ceilings and halls. It houses a wonderful Hathishala or Elephant Cell, which contains 10 marvelous marble elephants and 72 statures of Thirthankars in seated position.

Achal Garh

This famous temple located in Mount Abu is dedicated to Lord Shiva and the place is renowned for the ancient Achalgarh fort as well. The temple attracts a lot of devotees and tourists with the peculiar features like the brass Nandi, the toe of Shiva and the three stone buffalo statues. 

Dilwara Jain Temples

The world famous Dilwara Jain Temples were constructed by Chalukya Dynasty in the 11th and 12th centuries and they offer a visual treat of white marble structures with domed shrines and pillars. The Dilwara Temples are a group of five illustrious temples, including Pithalhar, Khartar Vasahi, Luna Vasahi, Vimal Vasahi and Mahavir Swamy Temple.  

Nakki Lake

Situated in the heart of Mount Abu Town, this dazzling natural lake is placed amidst imposing hills in the backdrop of picturesque landscape. Legend says that this lake is carved by the fingernails of the sage, Balam Rasia, in his attempt to marry the daughter of the then king of Abu. It is famous for the Toad Rock, which is a gigantic rock that hangs over the Nakki Lake and offers an unforgettable view.

Guru Shikhar

The massive Guru Shikhar is the highest peak in Mount Abu which accommodates a striking temple, dedicated to Lord Datta Treya an embodiment of Lord Vishnu. The area surrounding Guru Shikhar is serene and offers breathtaking views as well as several walking trails to explore the surroundings.

Doodh Baori

The Doodh Baori is a unique, sacred well, which contains milk colored water and it is considered as a form of the divine cow, Kamadhenu. Located near the eminent Adhar Devi Temple, this well is renowned for the milk it provides to the temple, which is believed to have celestial powers.

Archaeological Museum

This fantastic museum is a must visit in Mount Abu, which houses a wide array of artifacts, depicting the cultural history of Rajasthan. The museum is home to a wide collection of stunning sculptures, which are more than 1000 years old as well as various fantastic exhibits of the tribes who lived here.


Udaipur is the eminent palace city of Rajasthan that holds the rich cultural heritage of the illustrious Rajput era and the prominent capital city of Mewar. Situated about 150 km from Mount Abu, this Lake City is a must visit in order to enjoy the various stunning palaces and dazzling lakes, packed with historical heritage of  a powerful kingdom.

Wildlife Sanctuary

Situated in the Aravalli Range, this fantastic wildlife sanctuary is a must visit for all age groups, especially children, to explore the flora and fauna of the region. Packed with a rich wildlife, this place offers amazing views of rare species of animals and birds which would definitely amaze children.

Sunset Point

It is a marvelous spot in the southwest of Nakki Lake that offers the enchanting view of the sun setting in the horizon. There are steps through which you can reach the terrace and watch the awe-inspiring sight of the sun gradually going down in the indigo sky in the middle of two mountain peaks.

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