Mount Abu Tourist Places, Rajasthan, India

Achalgarh Fort

Achalgarh is a small village, which is situated near Rajmachi and is famous for its old fort. Within the fort lies the Achaleshwar Mahadev Temple. The Achalgarh Fort was constructed by Rana Kumbha of Mewar during the 14th century. This structure was built for protecting the region and keeping an eye on the movements of enemies. There is a semicircular arch at the entrance of the fort and includes temples dating from the 15th century and 16th centuries.
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Dilwara Temples

Dilwara Temples are a popular tourist draw in this pristine hill station. If you are a religious devout and simply do not want to miss the opportunity of visiting places of worship on a holiday, these beautiful temples are a must visit on your Mount Abu tour.
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Guru Shikhar

Guru Shikhar is the highest peak of Aravali mountains. Just walk atop Guru Shikhar and enjoy the stunning views of the beautiful hill station and the adjoining areas as well. Wear your best pair of trekking shoes as the cliff is quite a climb, but definitely worth it. Adventure seekers and nature lovers are surely in for a wonderful treat. Dont forget to bring your cameras out as you wouldlove to click these beautiful moments and cherish them forever.
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Mount Abu Wildlife Sanctuary

The oldest mountain ranges of India, Aravali houses a very beautiful sanctuary, Mt. Abu Wildlife Sanctuary. Established in 1960, the sanctuary is a home to many species of flora and fauna. The rocks of this area igneous and due to the weathering effect of wind and water, large cavities are common in them. The sanctuary is famous among the travelers who seek solace and enjoy nature walks. The nature lovers can enjoy eco tourism here. This long and narrow sanctuary spreads like a picturesque plateau from top. National and international tourists who come to Mt.Abu make sure to visit the sancturay among the plethora of attractions.
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Nakki Lake

Nakki Lake has a dtrong mythological connection to its as well. It is said that the Gods dug the earth with their nails (nakh in Hindi) and water came out of that area. Hence, it derived its present name, Nakki Lake. Wrapped by hills from all sides, the beautiful lake calls out to the avid nature lover in your proposing lake calls out to the avid nature lover in your proposing an indulgence in this scenic beauty. However those with a passion for nature would be more in their element while boating at the placid hill surrounded Nakki Lake.
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Eklingji Temple

Tim/Eklingji is a temple complex dedicated to the main deity of the Sesodia Dynasty, Eklingji which is a form of Lord Shiva. The idol in the temple has four faces and dates back to the 15th century. This temple lies in Eklingji town, situated alongside the Eklingji Lake. The shrine has been constructed of marble and granite and has a pyramidal dome.
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