The main slope station of Rajasthan, its cool air and lavish green environmental factors make it a significant place of interest inside the state. The most significant fascination, be that as it may, are without a doubt the Dilwara sanctuaries, which is one of the most staggering bit of design in the nation. On the off chance that you are a history or engineering buff, this is one of the spots you ought to in no way, shape or form pass up a major opportunity in India.
The outstandingly perplexing engineering of the Dilwara sanctuaries are obviously the fundamental fascination here, and you can without much of a stretch go through hours considering how these sanctuaries were worked more than 2 centuries, right around a 1000 years back. The sanctuaries were explicitly made so they are plain from the outside to maintain a strategic distance from fascination of bandits, and have withstood the trial of time very well. On the off chance that design isn’t your thing, at that point there are different lakes and perspectives, for example, the Honeymoon Point, Sunset Point, and so forth. Vacationers appreciate without a care in the world sailing in the Nakki lake, and a perspective on the nightfall from the Sunset point. The most elevated pinnacle of the Aravali Range likewise lies in Mt. Abu, encompassed by thick green woodlands. Mt Abu will offer all of you can request from a well known and common goal of a sentimental and less complex nature.
Attractions: Dilwara temples, Mount Abu Wild Life Sanctuary, Nakki lake, Guru Shikhar, Arbuda Devi Temple, Achalgarh village, Trevors Tank, Toad Rock, Raghunath Temple, Brahma Kumaris, Honeymoon point, Gaumukh temple, Sunset Point, etc…
Best Time to visit: The best time to visit this Mount Abu hill station is during monsoon and winter, i.e., from July – February
Peak Season: December to Februray.
How to Reach
- By Air: Mount Abu has no air terminal. The closest air terminal is in Udaipur. It is 185 km away from Mount Abu. In spite of the fact that the flights are better associated all through the nation from the air terminal in Ahmedabad. It is 221 km away from Mount Abu.
- By Rail: Mount Abu has no railroad station inside the city itself. The closest railroad station is on Mount Abu Road and is 28 km away from the city. It is associated with New Delhi, Ahmedabad, Jaipur and Mumbai.
- By Road: The most well-known approach to arrive at Mount Abu is by street. Mount Abu is very much associated with significant urban communities by street and the closest national interstate is number 14 which is 24 kilometers from it.