Mount Abu Tourism

Mount Abu is a popular hill destination located in the Sihori district which is 58 kilometers from Palanpur in Rajasthan. Western Rajasthan where there is a mine of desert and particularly eastern and southern Rajasthan also where remaining landscape is unique and different in many ways. Mount Abu is a green oasis located amidst the deserts cape. The beautiful views of lakes, nature gifted scenery, lush meadows and hills laced dresses Mt. Abu has an interesting history. This popular destination is not only the unique place of desert-state called Rajasthan but it is among one such unique place blessed with the Hill Station that fulfills the shortage of shared hill site. So people call this magical land of Rajasthan with many such names like Saints Pinnacle, Olympus of Rajasthan and Hill of Wisdom. The place has ample of attraction that can charm tourists in many ways.

Situated at a height of 1220 meters above sea level Mount Abu is a brilliant example of harmony between the constructed environment and nature. People come here from different parts of the country and nearby parts of Rajasthan to get rid of the summer heat and relax and submerged in the pleasant weather of the place. It is dotted with many other spots that need special mention. Many Jain temples like Dilwara Jain Temple which is internationally acclaimed are one of them.

Excursions around Mount Abu:
  • Achalgarh (11 Km)
  • Guru Shikhar (18 Km)
  • Trevor's Tank (4 Km)
  • Make your visit complete by enjoying following activities:
  • Boating in Nakki Lake
  • Sightseeing Tours
  • Raj Yoga at Om Shanti Bhawan
  • Participate in summer and Winter Festival
How to reach Mount Abu

Mount Abu is 200 Km by surface from Ahmedabad city of Gujarat. The place can also be reached from Jaipur, Udaipur as nearest airport in Rajasthan state. By road it is approx 250 Km from Udaipur and 400 Km from Jaipur and Delhi is at a distance of 742 Kilometers.

Best Time to Visit Mount Abu

Best time to visit Mount Abu is between the months of November through March.