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Private A/c Mount Abu Fullday Local Sight Seeing ( 6 Seat A/c Suv)

Maruti Holidays Budget Travel Service, A Unit of Mahadev Taxi Services it's world Class Taxi Services offering Room Stay Along With Complete Travel Solution in Rajasthan & Gujarat on Very Economical Prices. Mahadev Taxi Services is Best & Popular Car Service In our Regular Guests,We Have Luxurious Car Collections & Professional and Trained Driver's, We Make Travel Easy,Comfortable & Secure to our Guests..

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8 to 9 hours

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  • What's included :
    • Air-conditioned vehicle
    • Bottled water
    • Parking Fees
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    • Meals or Snacks
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    • Entry/Admission - Nakki Lake
    • Entry/Admission - Sunset Point Mount Abu
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    Stop At: Mount Abu, Mount Abu, Sirohi District, Rajasthan

    Mountainside lookout point, popular for sunset viewing, with a formation known as "Love Rock."

    Duration: 20 minutes

    Stop At: Mount Abu, Mount Abu, Sirohi District, Rajasthan

    BrahmaKumaris Intetnational Head Quarter in Mount Abu

    Duration: 30 minutes

    Stop At: Arbuda Devi, Mount Abu, Rajasthan 307501, India

    At a distance of 1.8 km from Nakki Lake and 3 km from Mount Abu Bus Station, Adhar Devi Temple, also known as Arbuda Devi Temple is a Hindu temple situated on a hill in Mount Abu. It is one of the top places to visit in Maunt Abu.

    Adhar Devi Temple is located among beautiful caves on the mountains of Aravalli hills. The temple is dedicated to Goddess Durga. The temple was named after the 'Adhar' of the Goddess Durga, which fell at the site and was found hanging in mid-air. The temple has full of exquisite idols and sculptures, which make it worth visiting.

    This cave-temple is located inside a rocky cleave and can be reached through a flight of 365 stairs, which has been carved in the hill. The inner shrine is reached by crawling a narrow cave. The temple is visited by people in large number during the nine days of the famous festival 'Navratri. The scenic beauty amidst which the temple stands is quite breathtaking. The entire Mount Abu town is visible from the top.

    Doodh Baori, a sacred well having milk coloured water, is situated near the Adhar Devi Temple. This well is the main source of water for the temple and it is commonly believed that the water has some heavenly powers. Local inhabitants consider this well as a form of Kamadhenu, which symbolizes a cow.

    The climb up to the Adhar Devi temple can be a difficult one so it is not recommended for old people.

    Timings: 5 AM to 8 PM


    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Dilwara Jain Temples, Dilwara Rd, Mount Abu 307501 India

    At a distance of 3 km from Mount Abu Bus Station, Dilwara Temples are the group of five Jain temples situated at Dilwara in Rajasthan. These are among the best tourist places in Rajasthan and also one of the top places to visit in Mount Abu.

    Dilwara Temples were built between the 11th and 13th centuries AD and are world-famous for their stunning use of marble. Archaeological evidence suggests that Mahavira himself visited the site, making it sacred to the Jains as a tirtha.

    These are known for their extraordinary architecture and marvelous marble stone carvings. These temples have an opulent entranceway, the simplicity in architecture reflecting Jain values like honesty and frugality. The temples are in the midst of forested hills. These temples have been named as Vimal Vasahi, Luna Vasahi, Pittalhar, Khartar Vasahi and Mahavir Swami. Vimal Vasahi and Luna Vasahi are the most famous of the five Jain temples situated in the region.

    Vimal Vasahi or Shri Adi Nathji temple is dedicated to the first Jain Tirthankar Lord Rishabha and was constructed by Vimal Shah, the minister of the Chalukya King, Bhimdev I in 1021 AD. It took 14 years to build this temple by 1,500 artisans and 1,200 labourers. Vimal Vasahi has a Gudha Mandap, Navchoki, Rang Mandap, and a circumambulatory corridor having 57 cells. This temple is essentially rectangular in plan and is oriented on the East-West axis with the main shrine facing east. The Rang Mandap is a grand hall supported by 12 decorated pillars and nicely carved out arches with a breathtaking central dome. On the pillars are carved female figurines playing musical instruments and 16 Vidyadevis, or the goddesses of knowledge, each one holding her own symbol. The Hastishala was constructed by Prithvipal, a descendant of Vimalsha in 1147-49 AD.

    Luna Vasahi or Shri Neminath temple was constructed for the 22nd Jain Tirthankara, Lord Neminath. It was constructed by two Porwad brothers, Vastupal and Tejpal, during 1230 AD. These two brothers were ministers of a Vaghela ruler of Gujarat and dedicated the temple for their late brother Luna. This temple has one hall named Rang Mandap which has 360 tiny idols of Jain trithankaras minutely crafted on marble. The Kirthi Stambha is a big black stone pillar that stands on the left side of the temple. The pillar was constructed by Maharana Kumbha of Mewar.

    Pittalhar or Shri Rishabha Dev temple is dedicated to the first Jain Tirthankar Lord Rishabha and was built by Bhima Shah, a minister of Sultan Begada of Ahmedabad. A massive metal statue of the first tirthankara, Rishabha Dev, cast in five metals, is installed in the temple. The main metal used in this statue is 'Pital' (brass), hence the name 'Pittalhar'. The Shrine consists of a main Garbhagriha, Gudh Mandap and Navchoki.

    Khartar Vasahi or Shri Parshvanathji temple is dedicated to the 23rd Jain Tirthankar Lord Parshvanath. It was built by Mandlik and his family in 1458-59. This temple has the tallest structure along with four big Mandapa's amongst all Dilwara temples. Shri Mahavir Swami temple is a small structure constructed in 1582 and is dedicated to Lord Mahavira. This temple is relatively small the temple's upper walls have pictures of the porch painted by craftsmen of Sirohi in year 1764 CE.

    Timings (for Jain Devotees): 6 AM to 12 PM

    Timings (for Tourists): 12 PM to 5 PM


    Duration: 45 minutes

    Stop At: Guru Shikhar, 15 Km From Mount Abu, Mount Abu 307501 India

    At a distance of 16 km from Mount Abu Bus Station, Guru Shikhar is a mountain peak in the Arbuda Mountains of Rajasthan. It is one of the top trekking places to visit in Mount Abu.

    Guru Shikhar is the highest point of the Aravalli Range. It rises to an altitude of 1,722 m (5,650 feet). Guru Shikhar provides a breathtaking panoramic view of Mount Abu town and green Aravalli range. According to history, King Prithviraj Chauhan is believed to have travelled along this peak to meet his bride and consummate his marriage with her. The bride was the princess of Prahladanpur, now known as Palanpur.

    The peak is named Guru Shikhar or 'the peak of the guru' after Dattatreya. The temple of Dattatreya is one of the main attractions at Guru Shikhar peak other than scenic views. Lord Dattatreya is believed to be an incarnation of Lord Vishnu who had taken birth to the sage couple Atri and Anasuya. The word 'Datta' means given and since he was the son of Atri hence named 'Atreya'. Thus the boy got its name Dattatreya and is believed to be born with divine power. It is believed that the lord actually put his foot on this peak sanctifying the place. While visiting, one can see the footprint marks of the Lord in the rocky caves. Thousands of pilgrims visit this holy place every year. A huge bell suspended from a wooden frame having an inscription of 1411 AD can be seen at the entrance of the temple.

    Raghunathji Temple is also worth seeing over this place. In this temple one can find the footprints of Swami Ramanath, who was a famous sage of his time. Nearby temple of Mata Anasuya, mother of Lord Dattatreya, is also a major attraction for devotees. Adjacent to the temple is the Mount Abu Observatory operated by the Physical Research Laboratory. This observatory hosts a 1.2m infrared telescope and also several Astronomy experiments.

    Visitors can rent a taxi or take a two-wheeler and travel along the Dilwara-Achalgadh road to reach the base of the mountain. From here, one needs to climb about 300 steps to reach the peak. Although it is a steep climb, the steps are in good condition throughout and can be negotiated with relative ease.

    Timings: 8 AM to 6.30 PM


    Duration: 45 minutes

    Stop At: Achalgarh Fort, Achalgadh Road, Mount Abu 307501 India

    At a distance of 10 km from Mount Abu, Achalgarh Fort is a medieval fort located at Achalgadh village in Sirohi district of Rajasthan. It is one of the Mount Abu sightseeing places and among the popular places to visit in Rajasthan.

    Achalgarh Fort was originally built by the Paramara dynasty rulers but it was renovated, remodeled and beautified by Rana Kumbha of Mewar in 1452 CE. This structure was built for protecting the region and keeping an eye on the movements of enemies. It is even said that the fort was specially made by Rana Kumbha, who was in charge of numerous huge fortresses in Southern Rajasthan.

    Achalgarh Fort is situated at the top of a mountain peak and offers picturesque views. This Fort is surrounded by massive battlement walls and has a very imposing look. The fort is in a dilapidated condition now. The first gate of the fort is known as Hanumanpol, which served as the entrance to the lower fort. It comprises two towers built of large blocks of grey granite. After some ascent, stands Champapol, the second gate of the fort, which served as the entrance to the inner fort.

    Religious significance also makes Achalgarh Fort important owing to the renowned Achaleshwar Mahadev Temple situated just outside the fort, along with the Jain temples which were built in 1513 CE within the fort premises. The main deity in Achaleshwar Mahadev Temple is Lord Shiva and the locals believe that there are footprints of the deity on the holy rock. The Achaleshwar Temple is also well-known for containing a Nandi idol that is said to be made of 5 metals, namely, gold, silver, copper, brass and zinc and weighs more than 4 tons. The entire temple is made up of marble blocks, with ancient poems carved on them. Near the temple, there are three stone buffaloes standing around a pond.

    Achalgarh Fort is an impressive fort also with some beautiful Jain temples enclosed within. Among these temples, the Kantinath Jain Temple is the best as it offers a great sight. These temples were built in 1513 CE. Within the fortress there also is the Dashavtaar Temple. This temple entrance is like a canopy with hundreds of sculptured statues, portraying various dance forms of the era. Both the temples of Achalgarh show the masterpieces and capabilities of the artisans of the bygone era.

    There is also a beautiful Mandakini Lake amidst the rocky hills which is a popular tourist spot. Many images of the Rajput rulers and animals are found drawn on the rocks surrounding the lake.

    Timings: 9 AM to 5 PM

    Entry: Free


    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Peace Park, Guru Shikhar Road, Mount Abu 307501 India

    At a distance of 8 km from Mount Abu Bus Station and 7 km from Guru Shikhar, Peace Park is a part of the Brahma Kumaris spiritual establishment situated on Guru Shikhar Road in Mount Abu. Managed efficiently by the Brahma Kumaris and Kumars, Peace Park is a major tourist attraction in Mount Abu.

    The Brahma Kumaris Peace Park is both lovely and serene. The park is a perfect escapade from a hectic city life to find serenity. The park is nestled between two peaks of the Aravalli hills - Guru Shikhar and Achalgarh. The park is an oasis of natural beauty about 8 km from the Brahma Kumaris headquarters in Mount Abu.

    Visitors will experience serenity and peace at this beautiful park. On entering the park grounds, visitors are greeted by a rock garden that hosts a wide variety of succulents. Inside the park, there is a citrus and an orchid corner as well as floral displays that include ornamental shrubs, coleus, geraniums, hibiscus, climbers and creepers and an exquisite rose garden.

    The Brahmakumaris provide a guided tour of the park and a short video film explaining the innate beauty of the human soul and interesting concepts of Raj yoga meditation. There are also various places where people can meditate like a grass hut, a stone cave, a bamboo meditation hut and several quiet spots in the tranquil environments of the park. Playgrounds, picnic areas, swings and walking trails offer ample spaces for recreation, too.

    Timings: 8 AM to 5 PM


    Duration: 30 minutes

    Stop At: Mount Abu, Mount Abu, Sirohi District, Rajasthan

    Government Museum
    at a distance of 700 m from Mount Abu Bus Station, the Government Museum is a historical treasure trove situated in Mount Abu. This is the main museum and also one of the prime tourist places in Mount Abu.

    The Government Museum & Art Gallery of Mount Abu was setup within the Raj Bhawan premises in 1962. The main purpose of this museum is to preserve the archaeological wealth of the region. The museum has a rich collection of arts and artifacts bearing to the tribal life of the region that dates back to the 6th century AD. The museum is also known as Archaeological Museum of Mount Abu. Apart from revealing the rich history of the place, these exhibits also reflect the rich culture and tradition of Mount Abu.

    The museum is divided into two sections based on their exhibited items. The first section portrays a picture of a local tribal village with 3-dimentionsal huts, weapons and musical instruments put to display. Varieties of earrings and garments are also on display at this section. The second section of the museum houses a series of miniature paintings. These paintings are based on themes like lain images from Sirohi, raga-raginis, a small canon named topdi, medium sized shields etc.

    The notable collection of this museum is the finely carved out statues of Devdasi or Nartaki ranging from 6th century AD to 12th century AD procured from an ancient township called Chandravati, 7 km away from Mount Abu. There are intricate sculptures of Lord Shiva with his Trishul, Vish Kanya (Snake Goddess), Lord Surya (8th century AD) found in Achalgarh, Thiva (10th century AD) brought from Dilwara temple, the Chanvar Vahini and Laxmi (12th century AD) and Chandravati & Chamunda (8th century AD. It is truly a great experience for the tourists to pay a visit to this museum.

    Timings: 9.30 AM to 5 PM, Closed on Fridays and other public holidays.

    Entry Fee: Rs. 10 for Indians & Rs. 50 for Foreigners


    Duration: 20 minutes

    Stop At: Nakki Lake, Mount Abu India

    At a distance of 1 km from Mount Abu Bus Station, Nakki Lake is a lake situated at the heart of Mount Abu in Rajasthan. It is one of the top places to experience Mount Abu Tourism.

    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. This is the largest manmade lake, stretched over an area of around half a mile and is around quarter of a mile wide. The lake is beside a dam and is about 20-30 feet deep.

    According to the legend, the lake has been carved out from nails by Gods for the protection against demon Bashkali. Another legend states that the local King put up the challenge of digging of the lake in one night and he will marry his daughter to that one. It is said that a local resident Rasia Balaam had fulfilled that condition, but the King refused his promise.

    The lake is situated beside Sri Raghunathji Temple, Toad Rock and the Maharaja Jaipur Palace in Mount Abu. Toad rock is so called as it looks like a toad about to jump into the lake, from the side of the rock facing the lake. There are two ways to go up and down the rock; to climb the rocky hill side or to use the steps leading down to Nakki Lake. By the side of the lake there is a path leading to Sunset Point. It is forbidden to climb to Sunset Point due to dangerous bandits living around the path to Sunset Point.

    It is also a sacred lake for the Garacia tribe of Rajasthan and at the time of their festival in Shukla paksha which falls in April month it is the place of worship and remembrance of their ancestors. People consecrate their nails in the lake on this festival. Mahatma Gandhi's ashes were immersed in this holy lake on 12th February 1948 and Gandhi Ghat was constructed.

    Boating in Nakki Lake is one of the most charming attractions of Mount Abu. There are different types of boats which include rowboats, motorboats, and some kitschy stuff such as boats shaped like swans. It is a pristine and clean lake and it is worth making a ride on its water.

    Boating Timings: 9.30 AM - 6 PM


    Duration: 1 hour

    Stop At: Sunset Point Mount Abu, Mount Abu India

    At a distance of 2 km from Nakki Lake and 2 km from Mount Abu Bus Station, Sunset Point is a popular view point lies to the southwest of the Nakki Lake behind the dense forest of the Aravalli Range in Mount Abu. This is one of the top Mount Abu tourist places.

    Sunset Point is known for offering a beautiful view of the entire mountain valley along with the Nakki Lake. Due to its location, the temperature at this point is very low, which provides retreat during the summer season. In the evening, this place turns into a carnival zone with hundreds of tourists, food stalls and souvenir shops. Staircases have been built for tourists to sit and breathe in the pure air. The hill side is bordered with railing for safety purpose. From Sunset Point, tourists can also go to Bailey's Walk.

    Jeeps are available on sharing basis from the town center to Sunset Point at a cost of Rs. 10 per person. It is a 15 minutes' drive to an approachable road, from where one has to walk his way up. This joyful trek of 1 km may take about 20 minutes to reach. Pram or small cart rides are available for those who want to skip the walking part. Horse riding is another means of transport.

    Timings: 6 AM to 6 PM


    Duration: 1 hour

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