Mount Abu is also known as Abu par vat, is the oasis in the desert land of Rajasthan. Mount Abu is a well known hill station situated in Aravali range in the state of Rajasthan in the west part of India located in the Sirohi district. The highest peak of the mountain is known to be Guru Shikhar, which is 1722 ms above the sea level, which is referred to be known as oasis in desert area. Earlier mount Abu was known as Arbudaanchal.
Nakki Lake- The Nakki Lake, a popular attraction in Mount Abu, It is a beautiful place with picturesque hills in the backdrop.
Sunset Point- The Sunset Point is a popular evening attraction in Mount Abu, which lies to the south west of the Nakki Lake. It is a popular spot for watching a scenic view of sunset everyday.
Dilwara Temples- Dilwara Temples are one of the world most beautiful and sacred pilgrimage of Jains in the world. Dilwara temples justifies the beauty of Mount Abu also as the only hill station of Rajasthan. Dilwara temples are known to have excellent architecture and incredible work of marbel carvings.
Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary- Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary is located in the hill station of Mount Abu which is the only hill station of Rajasthan and one of the oldest mountain ranges of India
Achalgarh– Achalgarh is a small village in Rajmachi and famous for the Achalgarh Fort. A number of tourists visit the Achalgarh Fort for its historic and religious significance.
Achalgarh Fort- Achalgarh fort is situated about 11 kilometers north of Mount Abu, the only hill station in Rajasthan. The fort was originally built by the Paramara dynasty rulers and rebuilt, modernized and named as Achalgarh by Maharana Kumbha in 1452
Brahma Kumaris Spiritual University– The Brahma Kumaris Spiritual University, located in Mount Abu, is a world-famous socio-spiritual educational institution and was established in 1936 with an aim of spreading universal peace and brotherhood.
Dattatreya Temple– The Dattatreya Temple is located on Guru Shikhar, the highest mountain peak in the Aravalli range and dedicated to Guru Dattatreya. It is believed that Guru Dattatreya was an incarnation of the divine trinity of Lord Brahma, Lord Vishnu and Lord Shiva.
Doodh Baori– The Doodh Baori, another place of tourist attraction in Mount Abu is situated at the footsteps of the Adhar Devi Temple. It is a sacred well and is one of the important religious sites in Mount Abu. The name ‘Doodh Baori’ comes from the fact that the water in the well has a distinct milk like colour.
Honeymoon Point– The Honeymoon Point is situated north-east of the Nakki Lake at an altitude of 1220 m above the sea level and is also known as the Anadara Point. This place offers a spectacular view of the setting sun.
Guru Shikhar Peak – The Guru Shikhar Peak is the highest mount peak in the Aravalli region and is at a distance of 15 km from Mount Abu. It is situated at a height of 1722 meters.
Toad Rock– The Toad Rock, a massive rock near the famous Nakki Lake is a well-known tourist attraction in Mount Abu. It is located on the main trekking route from the hilly town. The lofty rock resembles the shape of a toad and thus the name “Toad Rock”.
Adhar Devi (Arbuda Devi) Temple
Situated in a cave, The Adhar Devi Temple is one of the popular religious themed tourist destinations in the Mount Abu region. It is situated three kilometers north of the main town of Mount Abu.
Travor Tanks It is one of the best places to spot animals, together with Salim Ali Point, where the great Ornithologist spent hours watching birds and penning his masterpiece "Birds of Aravalies".
Gaumukh Templethe Gaumukh Temple is now a popular tourist destination. The Gaumukh Temple is located around 5 kilometers from the Hanuman Temple situated in a wild valley that is reached by climbing down over 700 steps.