Nakki Lake is famous for its cool and calm atmosphere due to its ideal location in the backdrop of the Aravalli Mountains. It is the sole artificial lake in India, which is situated at a height of more than 1,200 m. Legend states that it has been carved out of rocks by Gods with the use of their nails. It is also a suitable location for enjoying boating and rock climbing, while on a trip to Mount Abu.
Dilwara Temples are a group of five temples that were constructed during 11th century and 13th century. These are mainly Jain temples that were built using white marbles and are devoted to Jain Tirthankaras. The Jain Dilwara Temples are situated at a distance of two and half kilometres from Mount Abu and are sacred pilgrimage centres of Jains.
Guru Shikhar is the highest mountain peak in the region, at around 1,722 m above sea level. Tourists can enjoy trekking at this mountain peak and can get an aerial view of the Mount Abu region. There is an ancient Guru Dattatreya Temple at this peak, which has an idol of Guru Dattatreya.
A unique rock formation that looks like a toad, many visitors often come here out of sheer curiosity. You can easily climb on the top of this rock. While you sit on it for a while, enjoy splendorous views of Nakki Lake and the city.
This is one of the prime pilgrimage points for the Jain community. Situated atop a cliff, you'll have to climb a whopping 360 stairs to reach here. The Shrine of Adhar Devi is approachable but through a narrow cave. The temple is carved out of just one piece of rock and is one-of-its-kind example of such architecture in India.
AchalGarh, also known as Achalgadh, is one of the numerous wonderful medieval landmarks and tourist places in Mount Abu, which is situated in the Thar desert of Rajasthan, India. It was built by Rana Kumbha, the regarded creator who was in charge of numerous immense fortifications in Southern Rajasthan.
Honeymoon Point is a place to witness the most beautiful evenings with views that’ll melt your heart. While you’re in this small hill station of Rajasthan with your significant other, you should not miss Mount Abu Honeymoon Point at any cost. The Honeymoon Point is just perfect to capture the mellow sun shining at a distance, while you sit at the edge of the cliff feeling the soothing air brush against your skin.
Trevor’s Tank is a picturesque location just 5 kilometers from the main town of Mount Abu, and one of the Mount Abu region’s most popular tourist destinations. It is a nature lover’s paradise that is named after the British engineer who built it.