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Nakki Lake (1 Km)
Situated in the Aravalli ranges in Mount Abu, Nakki Lake, locally known as the Nakki Jheel is a paradise for nature lovers. Flanked by amazing natural wonders, this lake is truly a gem of Mount Abu. Located in the centre of the hill station, the fascinating lake is surrounded by lush greenery, mountains and strangely shaped rocks. It is a perfect destination for nature lovers and photography fiends.
Dilwara Temples (3.5 Km)
The five Dilwara Temples are among the most famous Jain temples. The temples have an opulent entranceway, the simplicity in architecture reflecting Jain values like honesty and frugality. The ornamental detail spreading over the minutely carved ceilings, doorways, pillars, and panels is considered to be remarkable.The temple complex is in the midst of a range of forested hills. There are five temples in all, each with its own unique identity.
Sunset Point (2.2 Km)
Sunset Point, a mesmerizing viewpoint in Mount Abu has all the pleasures of the world packed and delivered to your heart. The place offers unprecedented views of the gorgeous hills, kissed with the radiating rays of the sun. The sunset point is a retreat for all nature lovers to bask in the glory of the last rays of the sun. Take in the lovely views of the hill station, at this scenic spot, coupled with the warm embrace of the sun.
Trevor’s Tank (4.9 Km)
This place is a crocodile breeding spot and was built in the year 1897 AD by the then famous British engineer, Col. G.H. Trevor. Earlier, this region was under the Rajputana state and the then Maharao Kesari Singhji Bahadur of Sirohi gifted this land to his friend Trevor, who converted the area into a small wildlife sanctuary. The place is frequented by birdwatchers for spotting pigeons, peacocks, and partridges.
Guru Shikhar (16.3 Km)
Guru Shikhar is located at a height of 1772 meters above sea level, and one can enjoy the view of Mount Abu region from this peak. One can see the temple of Guru Dattatreya on this peak who was said to be the incarnation of Lord Hindu, Lord Brahma, and Lord Shiva. Other important temples situated at this mountain peak are Chamundi Temple, Shiva Temple, and Mira Temple.
Arbuda Devi Temple (2.5 Km)
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 is full of exquisite idols and sculptures, which make it worth visiting. The entire Mount Abu town is visible from the top.
Achalgarh Village (9.8 Km)
Achalgarh village is a picturesque village in Mount Abu which is famous for the Achalgarh fort and Achleshwar temple. The fortress Achalgarh is situated at the top of a mountain peak. A 10-minute climb brings you to the beautiful and historic Jain Temples which are famous for scenic location and beautiful sculpture. The Achleshwar temple is famous for containing a Nandi which is said to be made of 5 metals, fold, silver, copper, brass, and zinc.
Toad Rock (1.4 Km)
Located south of Nakki Lake in Mount Abu, the Toad Rock is a colossal rock piece that looks like a toad about to jump into the waters of the lake. Known as the mascot of Mount Abu, this is one of the most frequented points in the itinerary of all visitors. To see the panoramic beauty of the surrounding lake and greenish hilly regions you can climb up the rock and capture the breathtaking scenery.
Gaumukh Temple (3.5 Km)
This temple is dedicated to Saint Vashishtha. It is said that Saint Vashishtha performed a Yagna at this place which created the 4 major Rajput clans. Built by cutting it out from a huge rock, the temple has a stone carved cow's head that has a natural spring flowing through the mouth of a marble cow. Nearby you will find statues of Nandi, Saint Vashishtha, Lord Ram, and Lord Krishna.
Peace Park (8.8 Km)
The Brahma Kumaris Peace Park is both lovely and serene. The park is a perfect escapade from 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.