Udaipur is the perfect tourism destination in India. While on one hand it ideally represents the traditions of ancient India on the other hand it is considered one of the most beautiful places to be.
Mount Abu, 80km from Udaipur
Mount Abu is an only hill station in Udaipur. It is accessible from Udaipur by local transports. The state buses ply at regular intervals and they are comfortable to travel.
Eklingji, 22 km from Udaipur
Eklingji is celebrated for its 108 temples. Eklingji is an incarnation of the Mahadeva. It is the family deity of the Maharanas of Mewar.
Ahar, 3 kilometers from Udaipur
Ahar is known as the cenotaph town. It is known for the famous cenotaphs of the Mewar rulers.
Nagda, 23 kilometers from Udaipur
Nagda is an ancient city that was flourished during the rule of Bappa Rawal. It is famous for its Sas-Bahu Temple that is dedicated to Lord Vishnu.
Haldighati, 40 kilometers from Udaipur
Haldighat is a mountain pass known for the haldi (turmeric). It was the venue for the Battle of Haldighati.
Kankroli, 65 kilometers from Udaipur
It is the site of a 16th century temple of Dwarkadhish or Lord Krishna on the western shore of Rajsamand Lake. It is an important pilgrimage center for the Vaishnavites.
Kumbhalgarh Fort, 64 kilometers from Udaipur
Kumbhalgarh Fort and the Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary are nestled safely within the Aravalli Mountain Ranges. The wilderness of Kumbhalgarh is well represented at the sanctuary.
Ranakpur, 94 kilometers from Udaipur
It is famous for its Jain Temple. Besides this there is the Rawla Narlai Fort. The fort is now one of the leading heritage hotels in Rajasthan.
Jaisamand Lake, 51 kilometers from Udaipur
It is located 51 kilometers southeast of Udaipur. The Jaisamand Lake measures 14 kilometers in length and 10 km width. Till date it is one of the largest artificial lakes of the world. It was created by Maharana Jai Singh in the 17th century.
Jagat, 58 kilometers from Udaipur
The village of Jagat preserves the 10th century Ambika Mata Temple dedicated to one of the forms of the Goddess Durga.
Rishabdeo Jain Temple, 68 kilometers from Udaipur
It is a famous Jain temple, dedicated to Lord Rishabdeo, a Jain Tirthankara.
Dungarpur, 106.6 kilometers from Udaipur
Udai Bilas Palace, Juna Mahal, Gaibsagar Lake, Ek Thambhia mahal are the main attractions of Dungarpur. Dungarpur was founded in 1282 AD by Rawal Veer Singh. This region is also the heartland of the tribal people of Rajasthan.