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  • Besides the glittering Lake Pichola, with the ochre and purple ranges of the wild Aravalli Hills spreading away in all direction, The city has some of the best places to visit in Udaipur, along with stunning palaces, temples, Havelis and endless colorful streets add to the city’s unique charm. Udaipur is considered as one of the most romantic towns in the world and also known as the 'Venice of East'.

    Though named as the city of lakes, Udaipur has many more popular attractions that capture the attention of the tourists with their charm. The city possesses of numerous museums, castles, gardens, monuments and colorful festivals that draw travelers to visit the city for once. The magnificent palaces with their excellent locations transport you straight into the royal Rajputana era. The huge forts of Udaipur grasp the attention of the visitors with their delicate artwork and architecture.

    Udaipur is easily approachable from all the important cities of India including Delhi, Mumbai and Jaipur. So, if you are exhausted of your restless plans and daily routine, then plot a trip to the city of lakes .A tour to the extravagant city of Udaipur would absolutely become a memorable part of your life and you will treasure these memories throughout your life.

  • Forts & Palaces to Visit in Udaipur

  • 02The Lake Palace

    The Lake Palace
    Image Credit : Taj Hotels - The Lake Palace

    The Lake Palace in Udaipur is located on the Jag Niwas Island on a sprawling 1.5 hectare land. This magnificent structure was built on the Lake Pichola by Maharana Jagat Singh in 1734. Once a summer palace for the royalty of Udaipur, it has now been converted into a heritage hotel.

    Still retaining the grandeur, it resembles a fairy tale kingdom. Enhancing the magical aura are the rippling waves and beautiful sunset. The intricate craftsmanship and aesthetic handicrafts and textiles add to the beauty this place. The elegant white marble palace is a fantasy as it arises softly from the blue waters. 4 acres of rock have been used to lay the foundation of this palace and was known as Jag Niwas after its founder.

    Image Credits : Taj Hotels - The Lake Palace


    The palace highlights include fountains, gardens, pillared terraces, painted mirrors, pink stone work, lotus leaves and cusped arches. Dhola Mahal, Bada Mahal, Phool Mahal, Ajjan Niwas and Kush Mahal are some of the apartments in here.

    There are various facilities available in the palace for the guests like swimming pool, bar, restaurants, café and conference hall. There is also a 24 hour business center and 8 meeting rooms with fully updated equipment for corporate meetings and conferences. In here are 12 banquet halls for cocktail parties, wedding and other related functions.

    Distance from the City: 2 kms

    Sightseeing Tour of Udaipur

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  • 03Visit to the Forts of Udaipur

    Visit to the Forts of Udaipur
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    About the Activity:
    • Embark on a visit to different forts which are the golden feathers in Udaipur's crown and make your day awesome.
    • Get picked up from any hotel in Udaipur and prepare yourself to marvel at the man made structures located around the city.
    • City palace fetches everyone's attention with its amusing architectural perfection which is a combination of Rajasthani and Mughal style of construction.
    • Visit Kumbhalgarh fort which is included in World Heritage Sites list and admire the effort put by the 15th century people to construct the fort.
    • Kumbhalgarh fort is protected with a wall that is 38 km long and it is recognized as the second longest wall in the world after the Great Wall of China.
    • Sajjan Garh fort or Monsoon palace on a hill top is a wonder without doubt; it overlooks Fateh Sagar lake and the view provides you ultimate peace of mind.

  • 04City palace

    City palace
    The City Palace in Udaipur in the state of Rajasthan has a lot in its store to reveal the age-old history it possesses. The royal building is a huge complex with plenty of rooms and pillars inside.

    It took more than 300 years to complete the structure properly. Started during the time of Maharana Udai Singh II. The lake Pichola nearby is the highlight when you get ready for a tour of the greatest places to visit in Udaipur.

    Since it is the biggest building in Udaipur it is considered as one of the best sightseeing destinations.

    The flamboyant structure with a blend of Mughal and Rajasthani architectural style dominates other famous palaces and buildings around the city very authentically.

    It is located on a hilltop where you can enjoy a real panoramic view of lake Pichola and the Lake Palace on the banks of this particular lake.

    Location: Udaipur, Rajasthan, India

  • 05Jagmandir


    Known as Lake Garden Palace, Jag Mandir has been built on the island of Lake Pichola. The construction of this structure has been credited to the three Maharanas of Mewar. This palace was started by the Maharana Amar Singh in the year of 1551 and was later carried on by Maharana Karan Singh and completed by Maharana Jagat Singh. Hence it is called Jagat Mandir or Jag Mandir.

    Serving as a summer resort and pleasure area for the royal family of Mewar, this place is also famous for holding parties and wedding functions. In here you will find Gul Mahal, Darikhana, Garden Courtyard, Bara Patharon ka Mahal, Zenana Mahal, and Kunwar Pada ka Mahal.   

    Jag Mandir is the main palace and it includes the Gul Mahal. The towers at the corner are octagonal in shape and have cupolas on the top. Residential suites, reception halls and internal courts adorn the palace.

    The architecture of the building reflects Mughal and Rajput style. The Zenana Mahal is constructed adjoining to the main temple and the Kunwar Pada ka Mahal is located at the western end of the structure. The Gul Mahal was built by Maharana Amar Singh and it was developed by Maharana Jagat Singh for housing the Mughal prince Khurram. The palace has been built with sandstone, black marble, and has a crescent of Islam fixed on the dome of the structure.

    Distance from the City: 1.2 Kms

  • 06Monsoon Palace

    Monsoon Palace
    Image Credit : Daniel Mennerich - flickr
    Monsoon palace known for the views of monsoon clouds is a palatial structure on a hilltop in Udaipur city of Rajasthan. It is a favourite sightseeing spot for the tourists who go to witness the best places in Udaipur. The palace overlooks the Fatehpur Lake which as a whole adds plenty of beauty to the palace and the surrounding. It has got the name Sajjangarh after Maharana Sajjan Singh who built it in 1884.

    From the palace, the panoramic views of the city that includes multiple lakes, other historical structures, and other palace are quite possible. Hundreds of visitors flood towards this palace to revel in the mesmerising sights provided. The palace will be illuminated in the evenings because it is lulled by the Aravalli ranges and the sunset gives more beauty to it.

    Location: It is located 11 KMs away from Udaipur, Rajasthan.

  • Sightseeing Places in Udaipur

  • 08Full Day Sightseeing Tour of Udaipur

    Full Day Sightseeing Tour of Udaipur
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    About the Activity:
    • Get ready for the tour of one of the most iconic cities of Rajasthan with your family or friends.
    • Get yourself picked up from the hotel and embark on the sightseeing of Udaipur in luxurious Maruti Suzuki Dzire or Toyota Etios.
    • Enjoy the welcome drinks and snacks at the start of tour.
    • Visit various important places like city palace, boat ride, Jagdish Temple, Fathay Sagar lake, Nehru Island park and many other important locations.
    • End your trip with lots of memories 
  • 09Maharana Pratap Memorial

    Maharana Pratap Memorial
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    Maharana Pratap Memorial is one of the favoured places to visit in Udaipur that is of historical interest.  It was built on top of Moti Marg, Pearl Hill in the memory of the gallant warrior Maharana Pratap.

    Situated opposite the Fateh Sagar Lake, this place is also popularly known as Smarak in Hindi. This memorial was constructed by Maharana Bhagwat Singh of Mewar with the help of Public trust.

    In here is a full-size bronze statue of Maharana Pratap sitting on his horse Chetak. It is believed that Chetak was faithful to  his master and had stood by him till his last breath in the battle of Haldighati.

    You can visit this memorial and pay your respects to the famous warrior and his horse.

    Distance from the City: 2 Kms

  • 10Vintage Car Museum

    Vintage Car Museum

    The vintage car museum in Udaipur was unveiled for the general public on 15th February 2000 and is one of the places to visit in Udaipur. This inauguration has allowed the local and foreign visitors to appreciate the collection of cars of the Maharanas of Mewar. The vehicles in the museum are more than 70 years old but each have been beautifully restored and live in to tell the story.

    The vintage car collection is placed in the Mewar State Motor Garage. This place is also home to a famous garden restaurant, The Bougainvillea. This motor garage is semi-circular in shape and with its forecourt is housed inside a bigger courtyard.

    There is an old Shell petrol pump inside the garage which is still in working condition. This garage was built during a time when only the Maharanas of Mewar had owned the cars.

    Timings: 9 am to 8 pm

    Vintage Car and City Palace Tour in Udaipur

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  • 11Udaipur Country Side Walk

    Udaipur Country Side Walk

    Away from the hustle and bustle from city life, the tribal village of Sisarma is a place untouched by the effects of time. Surrounded by majestic hills, it is one of the few virgin spots left in the country.

    This tour of roughly four hours starts and ends at the Mountain Ridge between 6am to 3pm daily.  From the starting point, you can witness the untouched, pristine beauty of the valley nestled between majestic mountains. The guided walk offers you a sight of several trekking routes. View the fascinating peaks of The Brothers, up in the northwest. On the north, towering on the landscape lies The Monsoon Palace. Another route heads to the shrine of Ubeshwarji and the placid waters of the Bari Lake.

    The tour allows you to interact with the local Bhil tribe and other villagers and provides an opportunity to learn more about rural life, its belief and customs. When here, you can relax over a cup of tea and snacks at the country guest house where a host will be available to satiate your curiosity about rural India. The tours are custom-made according to the route that you wish to travel, but all roads lead you to the same goal – a time when life was simple. 

    Duration: Around 4 hours

  • 12Saheliyon Ki Bari

    Saheliyon Ki Bari
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    Saheliyon ki Bari is a beautiful garden in the city of Udaipur and is one of the popular Udaipur tourist places. Fountains, marble art and the lush lawns attract the public each time. Saheliyon ki Bari in English means the ‘garden of maids’. This garden represents a green retreat of Maharana Sangram Singh in the desert lands and was built in the 18th Century for the royal ladies of Mewar. It is situated on the banks of the lake Fateh Sagar and is one of the stunning places to visit in Udaipur.

    According to the legend here, the garden was personally designed by the king and gifted to his queen. The queen had 48 maids accompanying her after the marriage and to offer them peace and happiness away from the regular life, this garden was built.

    There are four water pools, marble elephants, fountains and kiosks around the here. The bird fountains and the lotus pool are very popular. The stunning and romantic view of the garden makes it a special place for lovers. Rain fountains were added to the garden later by Maharana Bhopal Singh.

    Distance from the City: 4.5 kms

  • 13Udaipur Solar Observatory

    Udaipur Solar Observatory

    Udaipur Solar Observatory is known to be the best solar observing arena in the whole Asia and is one of the celebrated places to visit in Udaipur. This is situated in the island of the Fateh Sagar Lake and has been designed on the model of the Solar Observatory, Big Bear Lake in California.

    This place was established under the care and expertise of Dr. Arvind Bhatnagar and the Vedshala Trust of Ahmedabad. The observatory aspires to do research in Modern science and is the main lace to develop the solar physics in India.

    As the island is surrounded by water on all sides it offers a perfect atmosphere for solar observations. Sharp images of the sun can be acquired easily on an island because the air turbulence is lesser on an island than on the normal ground. The other advantage is that this observatory is located in Rajasthan that receives maximum exposure to sun.    

    There is a range of telescopes on display that will give a person perfect observation of sun. This observatory has added a new instrument namely, the “solar vector magnetograph”. This instrument will be helpful in determining the magnetic field of the active regions.

    Distance from Udaipur: 7.5 kms

  • 14Udaipur Historical City Tour

    Udaipur Historical City Tour
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    About the Activity:
    • Marvel Udaipur's striking architectural wonders on this 6 hour sightseeing tour with your own private guide.
    • Get picked up from your hotel in the morning and driven to City Palace.
    • Take a sightseeing tour with your guide, who’ll lead you through impressive gateways and sprawling gardens.
    • Visit the famous Lake Pichola and the famous Jag Mandir in the middle of the lake. Enjoy the stunning beauty of the lake surrounded by hills, palaces and temples.
    • Make your day more special by visiting Saheliyon-ki-BarGulab Bagh and Fateh Sagar and admire the mesmerizing beauty of these places.
    • End your tour with lots of memories.
  • 15Shilpgram Fair

    Shilpgram Fair

    Shilpgram is a crafts fair and is organized annually in the west side of the city of Udaipur. It aims to promote the art, craft, textile and handicrafts of Rajasthan. This state is famous for handicrafts, bandhej, tie and dye, mirror work and embroideries. Camel leather items, hand woven clothes are some other items that are highlight of this fair.

    The gala is usually held during the month of November or December and continues for 10 days. This fair encourages local designers, potters and other visual artists. There are a lot of workshops held for those who are interested in learning the art and craft of Rajasthan.

    Shilpdarshan is also organized at the Shilpgram fair in Udaipur. This program is organized to make the public understand the traditional skills and help in selling the local art works. There is a Crafts bazaar at this fair that helps in selling the Rajasthan handicrafts and souvenirs.

    Tourism is the main stay of income in this state and the government desires to uplift the condition of the rural areas of the state.

    Fair held in: November or December

  • 16The Udaipur Story– A Heritage Walk

    The Udaipur Story– A Heritage Walk

    Savour the true flavour of the City of Lakes. A guided walk down the streets of Udaipur will allow you to witness firsthand the marvels of this beautiful place. Sample the local cuisine and interact with the locals. Be accompanied by well-versed guides who enchant you with the rich history and folklore of the city.

    Starting at Gangaur Ghat, with tours running daily between 7:30am and 4:30pm (around 9 hours), the walk explores the historic temples at Lake Pichola before taking you into the heart of the city. Visit the stepwell that was once a source of water for the locals. If you have a keen eye for jewellery then a tour to the bustling bazaars will not go amiss. The Rajasthani artisans are well-known for their exquisitely crafted pieces of jewellery. The intricate designs of the trinkets are rivaled by the beautiful architecture of the past era. You can also check out the wares of bamboo craft and ingenious potters.

    Prepare to be regaled with local titbits over tea, by the residents of a more than a century-old house embellished with mirror work and fresco paintings. The region is as well-known for its architectural beauty as its handicraft and skilled artisans. You will have the opportunity to observe craftsmen creating beautiful wares with silver, gold and even clay! The traditional method of crafting pots and pitchers out of clay is an interesting sight.

    Duration: One day tour is spread over 9 hours

  • 17Morning Bicycle Tour in Udaipur, Rajasthan

    Morning Bicycle Tour in Udaipur, Rajasthan
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    Bicycle Tour in Udaipur tour starts from Chandpole a very prominent landmark of old city and you head towards Jagdish Chowk going through narrow lanes, and then taking the downhill street parallel to the city palace which leads us to your first stop, Dudh Talai. Here, you stop for photography and then ride on towards the Army area keeping the Pichola Lake to our right, and take another stop on the shore of Pichola to admire the view and then move towards the villages nearby. Arrive at the private lake for Breakfast/Snacks and relax for as long as we want. Now, get your gear on for one last time and come back to the city and to your starting point.

    Meal Types: Vegetarian-Breakfast

    Activity: Bicycle Tour

    Duration: 3 hours

    Difficulty Level: Easy

  • 18Helicopter Joyride in Udaipur

    Helicopter Joyride in Udaipur
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    About the Activity:
    • Joyride above Udaipur in a helicopter for one hour will provide you a leisurely time in the sky.
    • Get picked up from your hotel in Udaipur, reach the airport and board on a well equipped helicopter.
    • The city of Udaipur is just below and make use of the opportunity to the maximum with the feel of flying.
    • You will get a panoramic view of the famous palaces situated along the beautiful lake Pichola, temples and other age old structures.
    • Have a nice time watching the birds around you and simultaneously you explore the nook and corners of Udaipur like a bird.

  • 19Fateh Sagar Lake

    Fateh Sagar Lake
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    The Fateh Sagar Lake is known to be the second largest lake in this city, is located on the northern side of Lake Pichola and is just opposite the entrance to Moti Magri Mahal. This artificial lake was built by Maharana Jai Singh in 1678 and got its name from Maharana Fateh Singh. This water body has a depth of 11.5 metres and extends 2.4 km in length and 1.6 km in breadth.

    There are three intake channels and one overflow channel in the lake that actually comes in play during the monsoon season. The three small islands on the lake can be easily reached by a boat. The large island on the lake has a garden and a boat shaped restaurant named Nehru Park. This island also has a small zoo and is a favourite picnic place for the local people.

    The second island on the lake has been converted into a beautiful garden with a lot of water jet fountains and is looked after by the government of the state. The third island is managed by the Udaipur Solar Observatory which is known as the best solar observing site in Asia.

    This is a quiet place and one can enjoy a boat ride here. The beautiful lake is encircled by hills on all the three sides and offers a stunning view which is considered to be places to visit in Udaipur.

    Distance from the City: 6 kms

  • 20Crystal Gallery

    Crystal Gallery
    Image Credit : Arian Zwegers - flickr

    The Crystal Gallery is housed inside the Fateh Prakash Palace and is a world famous gallery. It is spread across the upper gallery of the main Durbar Hall Sabhaghar and has been hailed as the single largest private collection of crystal across the world.

    This is a very exclusive and exquisite crystal collection and was built by Maharana Sajjan Singh in 1877. It was ordered from a company based in Birmingham. This collection includes perfume bottles, dinner ware, glasses, objects d’art, furniture, decanters and much more. It also has a crystal bed which is only a single piece in this world. This crystal collection has been customised for the royalty of Mewar and all the objects have the crest of Mewar etched on it carefully.  

    There is an audio guide service available at the gallery for the tourists. It narrates the history and small anecdotes about the Shriji Arvind Singhji, the crystal ware and the royal Mewar family. There is a restaurant at the gallery for refreshments and photography is strictly prohibited.

    • Timings: 9am to 7 pm
    • Photography: Not allowed
    • Entry Fee: Yes
    • Audio Guide: Yes
  • 21Dudh Talai Musical Garden

    Dudh Talai Musical Garden
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    Dudh Talai is a small lake that is placed in the south east direction of the Pichola Lake. The water body is also situated near the south side of the Shiv Niwas Palace and completes the picturesque triangle with the Lake Pichola, and M.L. Verma Garden.

    One can take a stroll through the M.L. Verma garden that has been built on the Machala Magra Hill. It provides the best view of the Jag Mandir, City Palace, Lake Palace, and Lake Pichola. You can also climb up the small hill and visit the Karni Mata Temple. There is a rock garden, and musical fountain that has been constructed by the “Yagnik Mechanical Engineering Works”. The lawn also has an old step-well or Baoli and a sunset point. This is definitely one of the places to visit in Udaipur for sightseeing.

    Visiting Hours: 8.00 A.M. to 10.00 P.M.

  • 22Lake Pichola

    Lake Pichola
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    An artificial fresh water lake, Pichola in Udaipur city of Rajasthan is one of the surprising tourist places in Udaipur.
    It was built in 1362 AD and still the beauty of the lake has not diminished at all. Within the lake, there are two islands named Jag Mandir and Jag Niwas and the several palaces give the most exotic views of the lake from the top.
    The lake was built for the purpose of getting drinking water and for trade as well. The lake has an average length of 4 KM and width of 3 KM which make it look so wide. Boat ride is available on the lake at fixed time that lets you revel in the flamboyant sights of the City Palace's blue-grey reflections on the ripples.

    Location: Udaipur, Rajasthan

  • 23Bagore Ki Haveli

    Bagore Ki Haveli
    Bangore ki haveli is a beautiful palace in Udaipur on the waterfront of Lake Picholi and is an amusing spot among the tourist places in Udaipur.

    It was built during the 18th century and still holds the pride and majestic attitude of the royal family of ancient rulers in a perfect manner. It consists of more than a hundred rooms along with the displays of costumes and modern art.

    It houses the famous paintings of the Mewar regime inside the Queen's chamber. In addition, the palace is filled with pieces of art on glass. Wide corridors, windows and spacious rooms enhances the attractiveness of the palace to a higher level.

    The Rajput clans' presence is still preserved inside the palace in the forms of jewellery boxes, hukkas, pan boxes and the furniture items used during that period. This is a perfect place to witness the proper Rajput architectural styles displayed very well.

  • 24Eklingji Temple

    Eklingji Temple
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    Eklingji was believed to be the ruling deity of Mewar princely state and now there is the largest temple for Eklingji in Udaipur city of Rajasthan. The Hindu temple is considered to be one among the best places to visit in Udaipur. The entire building is so amazingly built with more than 100 temples inside.

    Image Credits : archer10 Dennis - Flickr

    The temple complex is built of marble and granite and it has enormously pillared big halls with a four-headed statue of Lord Shiva. It is surrounded by walls made of large hard rocks; it possesses an old age history started from 734 A.D. The temple is visited by a number of tourists coming to see Udaipur. It takes approximately an hour to reach Eklingji from Udaipur. You can arrive there by bus or taxi from the bus station in Udaipur.

    Location: It is situated 20.9 KMs away from Udaipur city.

  • 25Jagdish Temple

    Jagdish Temple
    One of the most prominent places to visit in Udaipur, Jagdish temple is a historical monument in the middle of the city. Also, it is a major tourist attarction of the city; originally called as temple of Jagannath Rai but now it is Jagdish temple.

    It was raised on a tall terrace during the year of 1651. There are pyramid like structures in the temple with double storied mandapas and sanctums. The four armed image of Vishnu is the most famous attraction of this temple since it is carved out of a single piece of a black stone.

    There are other smaller shrines dedicated to Lord Ganesha, Lord Shiva, Lordess Shakti and Sun God inside the temple. The serenity and the architectural style of the temple attracts a lot of tourists.

  • Places to Visit near Udaipur

  • 27Jaisamand Lake

    Jaisamand Lake
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    The second largest artificial lake in India is located in the city of Udaipur which is known as Dhebar lake or Jaisamand lake. One of the best places in Udaipur, this lake ultimately extends peace of mind to the visitors with its beauty and the serene surrounding.

    Image Credits : Rajasthan Tourism

    Jaisamand wild life sanctuary is near to the lake, basically, it surrounds the lake with the collection of a great number of teak trees. The lake also possesses three islands measuring from 10 to 40 acres. The lake was built by Rana Jai Singh in 1685. On both sides of the lakes, you can see the palaces built for the kings and queens from the ancient period. A statue of an elephant made of marble is a huge attraction placed at the starting of the lake. Moreover, the wild life sanctuary gives more energy to the tourists coming to Udaipur.

    Location: It is located 1 hour 23 minutes away from Udaipur city.

  • 28Morwaniya to Ubeshwarji Trek near Udaipur

    Morwaniya to Ubeshwarji Trek near Udaipur
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    About the Activity:
    • Commence your tour at 7.00 AM after getting picked up from the hotel and reach Dhar village.
    • At 7.15 AM begin your hiking tour with your guide and hike through the village.Meet the villagers and learn about their traditional lifestyle while visiting their homes.
    • Trek through the uphill and downhill roads to Ubeshwarji and pass through various small villages and hamlets.
    • Get acqauinted with thee Bhi tribe and other native like The old warrior clan of the Rajputs.
    • Arrive Ubeshwarji at 12.15 PM the most religious spot in Udaipur and visit some of the famous temples there.
    • Explore the Lord Shiva and The Mother Goddess temples and enjoy the scenic view of the countryside.
    • End your tour at 1.15 PM and drive back to your hotel.
  • 29Haldighati

    Image Credit : Puneet Sharma - wikicommons

    Haldightai is an important part of Rajasthan as it has a special place in Indian history. It is a mountain pass in the Aravalli Hills that connects Rajasmand and Pali in the state of Rajasthan. Situated 40 km away from the main city of Udaipur, this place is named due to the yellow coloured soil. A cenotaph has been built in the honour of Maharana Pratap at a distance of 4 km from the battleground to pay respects to the gallant horse Chetak.  

    Near to the battlefield, one can also visit the Balicha Village which is popular for terracotta craft designs. Badshahi Bagh is another place to visit as it is famous for rose water and original gulkand.

    Distance: 40 kms from Udaipur
    Location: Rajasamand

    Haldighatti Excursion in Helicopter

    Haldighatti Excursion in Helicopter

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  • 30Kumbhalgarh Fort

    Kumbhalgarh Fort
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    The Kumbhalgarh Fort is another attraction and tops the list of the places to visit in Udaipur. It is 64 km away from the main city and is the second important structure after the Chittorgarh fort. This magnificent structure lies in the lap of Aravalli Ranges and was built in 15th Century by Rana Kumbha.

    Due to hostile topography of the region this fort has remained unconquered and served as a refuge for the ruler of Mewar during the times of conflict. This place also served as a refuge to baby king Udai of Mewar and is the birthplace of the King Maharana Pratap. The walls of the fort are very thick and stretch across 36 km. Maharana Fateh Singh of Mewar renovated the fort during the 19th Century. Only once has this fort fallen prey to the reign of Amber and Mughal Empire.    

    There are beautiful buildings, temples and other architecture inside the fort. Badal Mahal is of great significance as this place offers a great view of the surrounding areas.

    Location:  Rajsamand

    Distance From Udaipur: 64 Kms

    Kumbhalgarh Excursion in Helicopter

    Kumbhalgarh Excursion in Helicopter

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  • 31Nathdwara Excursion in Helicopter

    Nathdwara Excursion in Helicopter
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    About the Activity:
    • One hour and thirty minutes long helicopter ride is meant to show you an incredible town called Nathdwara located near Udaipur.
    • You will be picked up from your hotel and your tour starts from the airport in Udaipur.
    • The town is famous because of a Krishna temple situating near a river and it is been considered as a pilgrim spot.
    • See the crowd strolling through the streets that marks the reputation of the small town from the height.
    • Enjoy the panoramic view of the nature cuddling Nathdwara and the sky is all yours for quite a long time.
  • 32Full Day Trek from Ranakpur to Kumbhalgarh

    Full Day Trek from Ranakpur to Kumbhalgarh
    About the Activity:
    • Start your activity with a pick up from Ranakpur Hill Resort, Ranakpur Road and get dropped at the starting point of the trek.
    • This trekking expedition from Ranakpur to Kumnhalgarh will take you to 25 km tour where you enjoy the wild natural beauty of this region.
    • Experience the joy of trekking through the beautiful valleys and the dense forest, fresh water streams and steep hills.
    • This is a great opportunity for naturalist and wildlife lovers as this trek provides you with frequent spotting of beautiful wildlife species.
    • End your exciting trek of 8 hours with lots of memories.
  • 33Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary

    Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary

    Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary is the main attraction for the people visiting the city of Udaipur. It falls in the district of Rajasamand in Rajasthan and lies 65 km away from the main city. This reserve spreads on a sprawling 578 sq km land and encircles the fort of Kumbhalgarh. It covers a broad area that includes the Rajasamand, Pali and the city of Udaipur.

    This sanctuary was built to provide shelter to the endangered animals like jackal, jungle cat, sloth bear, wolf, leopard, sambhar, hyena, chital, wild boar, Chausingha, Chinkara and many more. This is the only sanctuary in Rajasthan where you can actually trace the activities of the wolf. It is an important attraction in the Udaipur tourist places list.

    Distance from Udaipur: 65kms
    Location: Rajsamand

    Jeep Safari in Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary

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  • 34Chittorgarh Fort

    Chittorgarh Fort
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    Chittorgarh Fort lies 112 km away from the city of Udaipur and is a true embodiment of the pride and chivalry of the Rajput tribes making it one of the places to visit in Udaipur. The fort tells a long story of sacrifice, courage, romance and determination. The marvellous site has a well- designed palace, towers and cenotaphs.

    Built by the Mauryan rulers in the 7th Century, this fort is a huge structure that is secured with strong gates. It covers a total area of 700 acres and is near to the Gamberi River. The fort has seen a total of three battles in the lifetime. There are seven giant pols that you will come across while travelling towards this place.

    Reflecting the splendour of Rajput architecture are the Padmini Palace and Rana Kumbha Palace. Padmini Palace is the place that served the beautiful queen of the king Rattan Singh. Rana Kumbha Palace has underground cellars where Rani Padmini committed Jauhar (self-sacrifice to protect one’s dignity) with her children and other ladies of the household.

    There are a lot of temples inside the fort namely Jain Temple, Meera Bai, Sammidheshwara, Kumbha Shyam, Kalika Mata, and Mahadev. The architecture of the ancient temples has intricate work and carvings all over.  Bhimtal Tank and Gaumukh Reservoir are some other places in the fort that are worth visiting. The Gaumukh Reservoir is a huge tank of water where water gushes from the mouth of a cow shaped rock. This is the place where Allaudin was allowed to see the reflection of Rani Padmini.

    Distance From Udaipur: 112 Kms

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  • 35Ranakpur Temples

    Ranakpur Temples
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    anakpur is one of the five holy places for the Jain community across the world. The temple of Ranakpur was created in the 15th Century during the reign of Rana Kumbha. The Chaumukha or four faced central structure is dedicated to Lord Adinathji. This revered place of worship has 29 halls and 1444 pillars all delicately carved enhancing the beauty of the place. All the temples inside Ranakpur four faced structure are with intricate engravings.

    This place partly reflects the art and architecture of the Dilwara temples in Mount Abu. Parsavanath and Neminath are the main temples with exquisite architecture and delicate carvings similar to the Khajuraho. In here is the famous Sun Temple which is dedicated to the Sun God.  It is a polygonal structure with richly embellished walls and carvings depicting the warriors, sun, other nakshtras and the horses. Ranakpur is a place that strives to provide peace and tranquillity to the pilgrims and tourists.

    Distance From Udaipur: 91 Kms

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  • 36Saas Bahu Temple

    Saas Bahu Temple

    The Saas Bahu Temple located in the city of Udaipur was constructed by Yashomati in the 10th Century. Built by the Kahwach King Mahapala, this temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu of the Hindu religion. The original temple of lord Vishnu was created by Yashomati the wife of the Commander in Chief of Mewar rulers. It was destroyed by the Kachwa rulers and on the same place two temples were built. This is the reason why the temple is known as Saas Bahu temple and is a must visit in Udaipur tourist places list.  

    One of the ancient temples in the city, it is beautifully carved with intricate designs and figurines. The walls and pillars inside are carved and beautifully decorated and the roof has a lotus adorning the ceiling.

    Location: Rajsamand
    Distance from the City: 23kms

  • 37Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctuary

    Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctuary

    Surrounding the Sajjangarh or Monsoon Palace, Sajjangarh Wildlife Sanctuary is a favorite destination of tourists who go to enjoy the sights of the best places in Udaipur. Very rare species of wild animals can be spotted here such as sambars, wild boars, chitals, hyenas, jackals, panthers, hares and blue bulls. In the background of the sanctuary, you can see the Bansadra hill that will let your heart get replenished. 

    There is the Tiger Lake which is also known as Bari Lake or Jiyan Lake supports the ecosystem present inside the sanctuary. It is home to another kind of animals such as panthers, hyenas, and jackals. Jhar water hole is situated in the western region of Bansadra Hill and also there is a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. Machla Magra which has the shape of a fish is a hill situated near to the sanctuary from where you can spot the collection of wild animals in the sanctuary.

    Location: It will take almost 30 minutes to reach the location from Udaipur City.

  • 38Jaisamand Wildlife Sanctuary

    Jaisamand Wildlife Sanctuary
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    The city of Udaipur will be incomplete without mentioning Jaisamand Wildlife Sanctuary. Built by Maharaja Jai Singh, it is near to an artificial lake known as the Dhebar Lake. This place is located 51km east of the city of Udaipur and spreads across the area of 160 sq km. This sanctuary was developed in the year of 1957 and is home to a lot of wildlife species like bear, wild boar, chinkara and a lot of birds. In here, you will spot aquatic life like crocodiles, open bill stork and fish.

    Distance from Udaipur: 51kms