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Mount Abu Tourism

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Pin-Code - 307501
STD Code - 02974
State - Rajasthan
Famous for - Dilwara temples
Best time to visit - Between the months of February and June
Places to visit - Dilwara Jain Temples, Mount Abu, Nakki Lake etc
Weather - Winter temperature ranges from 4 to 27°C, Summer temperature ranges from 31 to 44°C.
Altitude - 1,220 m (4,000 ft)
Official Language - Hindi, Rajasthani
Languages spoken - Hindi, Rajasthani, Gujarati and English

Mount Abu at glance:

Mount Abu is the most renowned globally to be the beautiful and picturesque hills stations that serves to be the most energizing oasis in the middle of desert. There are number of lakes, waterfalls, temples, rocky structures and also number of forested regions. Its because of the number of soothing attractions and pleasant ambience that this hill station has been the centre of attraction for the tourists coming from across the globe.

Sightseeing in Mount Abu:

One of the most frequented and most favored spots to be taken in stride during Mount Abu tourism is Toad rock. This rocky structure gives the impression of being a human in seated position and glancing through the whole of the region around. Tourists can scale up the rock and have a position atop it to get the panoramic views of the region far below. Tourists can also pay a visit to the Nakki lake. The ambience around this spectacular lake is marked with the untold amount of serenity and there are the rock structures around that make it possible for the tourists to delight in rock climbing and experience the adrenaline rush. Also, tourists can have the joy of boating in this lake. As per the local beliefs, this lake had been constructed by the gods themselves, who did it simply with the use of their nails. Located at the north eastern is the another prominent spot among the tourist places to visit in mount Abu is wild life sanctuary that is stretched in a side piece of region that encompasses number of forests, and mountainous regions. The sanctuary has the rich treasure of varied kinds of animals, birds and number of varieties can be found in the rows of plants and trees that can be glanced here.

Among other tourist places in Mount Abu included are religious places like Adhar Devi temple, Dilwara temple, Doodh baori and sunset point. Sunset point is the much popular tourist spot that can usually be found bustling with multitude of men and women during eventide to catch the picturesque visuals forming in the course of setting sun behind the forests. Slew of activities to do in MOUNT ABU include number of things such as watching plethora of animals, birds and various kinds of trees and plants, delighting in boat ride in the Nakki lake and many others. Nikki Lake Market is one of the best places to shop in Mount Abu. Numerous articles can be shopped for in this market and included in the list are the exotic gift items such as Rajasthani paintings, belts, handbags and attractive leather items. There are also number of emporiums that are sponsored by government. Hotels in Mount Abu are in galore and the list incorporates all kinds of hotels ranging from deluxe hotels to budget hotels.


Mount Abu History

Mount Abu is considered to be the sacred land in Rajasthan, which has been witness to the visits of almost all the prominent Hindu saint and sages, all the gods and goddesses in Hindu pantheon. This hill station had been originally under the rein of Chauhan Kingdom. It used to be most favourite getaway for them during the hot days of summer. Later on, Britishers also began coming to this sacred land to escape from the sultriness of summer.


Mount Abu Weather

The most appropriate time to embark on Mount Abu tourism would be between the months of February and June or one could also tour this hill stations after the rainy season is over.


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