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Mount Abu Tour

 Mount Abu Tour TourCode : 1246
Duration  4 Days / 3 Nights
Route  Delhi-Udaipur-Mt. Abu-Udaipur-Delhi
Best Time To Visit Daily,all year round

Mount Abu



Day 1: Arrive Udaipur – On to Mount Abu (190 kms / approx. 3 hour drive)

Welcome to Udaipur, the ‘City of Lakes’. On arrival at Udaipur airport or Udaipur railway station, begin your tour of ‘Mount Abu’. Proceed on a picturesque drive to Mount Abu. On arrival, check in at the hotel. The rest of the evening is at leisure. Overnight stay at the hotel in Mount abu.

Day 2: In Mount Abu

Today, you will visit the magnificent Dilwara Jain Temples built in 1031 AD. Explore the complex of five temples displaying some of the most exquisite marble carvings and sculptures. Rest of the afternoon is free to visit various sightseeing points including the Nakki Lake and Sunset point. Overnight stay at the hotel in Mount abu.

Day 3: In Mount Abu

Today the day is free for independent activities. Enjoy the in-house facilities. Overnight stay at the hotel in Mount abu.

Day 4: On to Udaipur (190 kms / approx. 3 hour drive)

Today, bid farewell to the ‘Mount Abu’ tour as you transfer to Udaipur airport or Udaipur railway station for your onward journey.


The piece de resistance of a visit to Mount Abu is undoubtedly the magnificent Dilwara Jain Temples , 5 km away. These marble temples are one of a kind in the world with very finely detailed intricate carvings. Two of the temples, the Vimal Vasahi (built in 1031, and the oldest) and Tejpal Temple (built in 1231), are especially exquisite and leave you spell bound. The carving here is so intricate and delicate that they appear to be made out of ivory rather than marble!


The Nikki Lake Market is a popular shopping area in Mount Abu. Here you can pick up some great gift items- rajasthani paintings, belts, handbags and great leather items. To pick up typically Rajasthani items visit the Government run emporiums.

Eating Joints

Rajsthani food is very famous here. The traditional Daal-Baati-Churma is an an all time favourite of tourists visiting this region. Tourists can sample good Gujarati food as well in Mount Abu.

Apart from the great local cuisine you will find enough restaurants that cater to the needs of those wanting a wider variety. Here you can enjoy South Indian, North Indian, Continental and Chinese food at lots of restaurants. Check out the small eateries at Nikki Market or try Kanak Dining Hall for delicious Gujarati food and Shere Punjab in the main bazaar area for authentic Punjabi food thats reasonably priced.

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