25 Places to Visit Near Udaipur- 2021 Updated With Distance
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Eklingji Temple, Delwara, Rayta, Alsigarh, Nathdwara, Haldighati, Mount Abu, Nathdwara, Chittorgarh, Haldighati, Kumbhalgarh Fort, Ranakpur, Dhebar Lake, Mahi Dam, Rajsamand, Ahmedabad, Kota, Pushkar, Ajmer and many more!

While you are touring the wonderful Rajasthani cities, do not miss on the fascinating places to visit near Udaipur with your family and friends. The city of Udaipur is a vibrant and colourful confluence of Indian heritage, art and culture and the same is  reflected in its surroundings. 

Some of the famous historical places near Udaipur depicting such architectural brilliance include the magnificent Eklingji Temple, the innumerable temples in the town of Delwara, famous Shrinath Ji Temple at Nathdwara, the grand Kumbhalgarh Fort and the glorious forts in Chittorgarh.

Apart from the ancient, historical sites, there are other picturesque places near Udaipur to visit where you can unwind, relax and feel rejuvenated. Some of the popular places are Alsigarh, the historical past of Haldighat, the lake at Rajsamand, the pristine Dhebar Lake, Jawai Leopard Camp at Pali district, Chhatra Sagar, the spectacular Mahi Dam and many more.
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COVID-19 : UDAIPUR is in Orange Zone
Last Updated: 08 Apr 2021
Latest Information on Travelling to UDAIPUR?

Entry is allowed from all domestic states in India.

  • Installation of Arogya Setu app is mandatory for travel.
  • Lockdown in containment zones shall remain till 31st of August
  • Night curfew has been lifted in Udaipur
  • No restrictions on inter-state and intra-state travel. (Pass required for interstate travel)
  • Health declaration certificates are needed for all passengers.
  • Thermal screening is being conducted for all travelers to Udaipur.
  • COVID-19 screening to be done for symptomatic passengers.
  • Travellers with COVID-19 symptoms will be quarantined at the nearest health facility.

The airport in Udaipur is known as the Maharana Pratap Airport or Dabok Airport. It has regular flights from Jaipur, Delhi, Kolkata, Indore and other destinations.


Special train is running from New Delhi (H Nizammudin to Udaipur city)

Local Transport

Local modes of transport like buses, taxis, trains, cab aggregators (Uber, Ola) and autorickshaws are allowed to function with proper steps of sanitization.

With hotels, resorts and other public places open for tourists, the government of Rajasthan has taken various steps to ensure that the tourists enjoy at Udaipur. Thrillophilia recommends additional precautions such as social distancing, wearing a mask and washing your hand regularly for your safety.

Lockdown guidelines revised to allow taxis in red zones in Rajasthan Updated: 09 Dec 2020

The Rajasthan government has revised the guidelines for COVID-19 lockdown 4.0 to allow taxis and auto rickshaws to operate in the red zones and opened parks for walking and exercising with some conditions. Read more.

No e-pass required to visit Udaipur for intra-state travellers Updated: 05 Sep 2020

Visitors from Rajasthan do not need an e-pass to travel to Udaipur anymore. However, e-pass mandate remains in place for inter-state travellers.Read more.

Resorts and Hotels Open for Tourism in Udaipur Updated: 05 Sep 2020

Several resorts and hotels, like the Leela Palace Udaipur, Udai Kothi, The Oberoi Udaivillas and Taj Fateh Prakash Palace have begun operations with strict safety measures.

Places near Udaipur within 100 Km


Eklingji Temple (21 km from Udaipur)

One of the most beautiful places to visit near Udaipur, Eklingji Temple is shaded in Eklingji, also known as Kailashpuri. Situated around 22 km to the north of Udaipur, the temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva, and is believed to have been built in the mid-eighth century. Though the temple has gone through several reconstructions over the years, the lasting glory of the edifice still endures, enthralling visitors.

Besides being an important religious destination, the temple also boasts of stunning architecture, adorned with a pyramid-like roof and ornately carved walls. A stellar, black marble idol of the four-faced Eklingji, a form of Lord Shiva, dominates the temple. It is one of the most visited temples in Udaipur.

Distance from Udaipur: 21 km

04:30 AM to 07:00 PM, 10:30 AM to 01:30 PM, 05:00 PM to 07:30 PM


Delwara (26 km from Udaipur)

At just about 26 km from Udaipur lies the historically rich town of Delwara, also known as the town of temples and gods. Delwara was ruled by the brave Jhala Rajputs who built hundreds of Hindu and Jain temples at Delwara and it is one of the must-visit places near Udaipur. 

The highlights of Delwara are the Palera Talab lake, a life-size statue of King Mansingh III, Trimukhi Bawari stepwell, the 900-year old Parshwanath Ji Bhagavan Temple dedicated to Jain Bhagavan Parshwanath, Lodha Mohalla haveli, Indra Kund and the massive Devigarh Fort which is now converted into a luxury hotel. There are also many potters here who are happy to give you a real-time demo of their art.

Distance from Udaipur: 26 km


Rayta (28 km from Udaipur)

Rayta is a small village in Udaipur district which has a population of just 650 people. The Nandeshwar Ji Temple and Keleshwar Mahadev Temple are the key attractions around Raita. Nandeshwar Ji Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva and is surrounded by lush greenery and one of the famous places near udaipur to visit

The temple has a wishing pond within its premises. There are many streams and channels on the way to the temple that make it no less than a jungle trek. While it is safe to swim in these streams; always follow the caution signs. Another attraction around Raita is the Kelsehwar Mahadev Temple that is also set on a hill amidst scenic environment with a beautiful waterfall.

Distance from Udaipur: 28 km


Alsigarh (30 km from Udaipur)

Alsigarh is one of the least explored villages in the Udaipur district that brims with virgin beauty. The village is located at an elevation of about 540-meters above the mean sea level and is surrounded by alluring Aravalli mountain ranges. Away from the tourist crowds, Alsigarh is an ideal place near Udaipur to visit and enjoy a day in the lap of raw Nature. 

This serene village looks spectacular during the monsoon months with greenery engulfing the entire surroundings. The scenes of cattle grazing on the lush meadows and the water flowing in the naturally formed small waterfalls during this part of the year is undeniably a sight to behold. The Alsigarh Dam is the primary attraction here and its backdrop is surreal. As the village is not frequented by tourists, carry enough of your own food, water, and first-aid box.

Distance from Udaipur: 30 km


Nathdwara (46 km from Udaipur)

A well-known town in the western heart of Rajasthan, Nathdwara enjoys the company of the beautiful Aravallis, along with the gurgling Banas River. Located 48 km away from Udaipur, Nathdwara is celebrated for the beautiful temple dedicated to the Shrinathji incarnation of Lord Krishna.

One of the most religious places to visit near Udaipur, the little town is thriving as a tourist destination, thanks to the several temples that have cropped up. The best time to visit Nathdwara is during winters - September to February.

Distance from Udaipur: 46 km


Haldighati (53 km from Udaipur)

A beautiful mountain pass cradled by Khamnor on one side and Bagicha village on the other, Haldighati sits amongst the Aravali ranges. Linking the districts of Rajsamand and Pali, Haldighati sits around 53 km away from Udaipur city. Haldighati is also one of the most important places to visit near Udaipur. Being a site of historical significance, the place marks the great battle of 1576, fought between Rana Pratap Singh and Raja Man Singh.

It was a bloody battle, and the battlefield, to this day, sends a chill down the spine of visitors. It is infamous as the place where Maharana Pratap breathed his last, with his faithful companion, Chetak, by his side. If you’re passionate about history, this place is a must-visit.

Distance from Udaipur: 53 km

Timings: 08:00 AM to 07:00 PM

Entry Fee: INR 30 per person


Rajsamand (62 km from Udaipur)

Located at about 67 km from Udaipur, Rajasmand allures tourists with the famous Rajsamand lake, which is the second-largest man-made lake in the world and it is one of the best places near Udaipur to visit      

 This historic lake has boating facilities too. The massive Kumbhalgarh Fort in Rajsamand built on a hill is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and this architectural marvel is a must-visit place in Rajsamand.

The Rajsamand lake, the picturesque fort and surrounding Aravalli ranges have made this town into a trending place for destination weddings and photoshoots. The town also has many reverential temples like Charbhuja Mandir and Shri Dwarkadhish Ji Mandir. While at this quaint little town, do not miss shopping for souvenirs made from marble like nameplates, flower vases, religious idols, and many others.

Distance from Udaipur: 
62 km


Kamalnath Mahadev (66 km from Udaipur)

Kamalnath Mahadev Temple is perched cozily amidst lush greenery at about 67 km away from Udaipur. The Kamalnath temple is dedicated to Lord Kamal Nath (Shiva) and holds great mythological importance. According to Ramayana, King Ravana offered prayers to Lord Shiva here by severing his head and it is one of the amazing places to visit near Udaipur.

As per custom, the devotees seek blessings of King Ravana before seeking Lord Shiva’s. The temple has a Linga, Nandhi statue and a statue for King Ravana. The rocky path that leads to the temple is adventurous as it is surrounded by dense trees and some gushing streams en route. A trip to Kamalnath Mahadev is sacred and definitely thrilling too.

Distance from Udaipur: 66 km


Dhebar Lake (75 km from Udaipur)

The second-largest artificial lake in India, Dhebar Lake is one of the most beautiful places near Udaipur to visit. Alternatively known as Jaisamand Lake, it was built on the orders of Maharana Jai Singh in the late 17th century to rid the area of water shortage. Spanning 87 sq.km., the lake also hosts a little dam right over the Gomti river. Also home to an array of migratory avian species and crocodiles, you can also indulge in refreshing boat rides in the lake.

Also fostering three beautiful, little islands, the lake is about 48 km away from the city center of Udaipur. With a depth of 102 ft., the lake’s dam is graced by a beautiful temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. It is also a favorite amongst locals as a picnic spot.

Distance from Udaipur: 75 km

Timings for boat ride:
10:00 AM to 05:00 PM every day

Entry Fee:
No entry fee


Kumbhalgarh Fort (84 km from Udaipur)

Built in the 15th century, Kumbhalgarh Fort is a UNESCO World Heritage Site tucked away in the Rajsamand district of Rajasthan. A clear personification of the grandeur and heritage that Rajasthan is home to, the fort is also a great architectural marvel. One of the most interesting places to visit near Udaipur, the construction of the fort was spread over 15 long years. Strategically placed amongst the beauty of the Aravalli ranges to shelter it from enemy attacks, the fort is one of the few impregnable forts in Rajasthan.

Besides the colorful Rajput history, it is also the birthplace for the great Maharana Pratap. Adorned with impressive nations and stunning architecture, the Kumbhalgarh Fort is the second longest wall in the world, spread over a whopping 36 km! 

Distance from Udaipur: 84 km

09:00 AM to 06:00 PM every day, except Sundays

Entry Fee:
INR 15 per person

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The walk between the suites and the waterfall makes you connect with nature and hills by offering a view of the beautiful gardens on both sides. It is located in the Aravali valley, in the lush Green Mountains. Settle among the trees and mountains Aaram Baagh, Udaipur is the epitome of peace and offers an experience in the lap of Mother Nature. The resort is full of Flora and offers you to engage in the natural beauty by offering walks in the beautiful Palm, Amla, and Mango garden.

Aaram Baagh, Udaipur is based on the ancient theme where rooms are designed in such a way that the decor matches the culture and history of Vedic India. The resort has a spa and a restaurant but the natural waterfall is the most eye-opening experience and water springs in the part of the surrounding.

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  1. Which are the best places to visit near Udaipur within 100 km with family?

    1. Delwara: Situated at a distance of 26 km from Udaipur, the town of Delwara is a must-visit with your family.  It is famous for the statue of Man Singh III, Trimukh Bawari Stepwell, the 900-year-old temple dedicated to Pareshnath and many more historical wonders.

    2. Rayta: 
    Rayta is a small hamlet famous for the Nandeshwar Ji Temple and the Kaleshwar Mahadev Temple. The “wishing pond” is an added attraction of this place, situated 28 km from Udaipur.

    3. Haldighati: 
    Haldighati is a famous mountain pass and one of the popular places near Udaipur situated at a distance of 53 km from the city. This pass has gone down in history for the historical battle that was fought in 1576 between Rana Pratap Singh and Raja Man Singh.

    4. Kumbhalgarh Fort
    Only 84 km away from Udaipur lies one of the spectacular Forts of Kumbhalgarh. Built in the 15th Century, this ancient fort is a must-visit with your loved ones for its sheer architectural brilliance. 

  2. Which are the romantic places near Udaipur within 300 km?

    1. Chittorgarh Fort (120 km from Udaipur): The Chittorgarh Fort is undoubtedly one of the most fascinating places to visit near Udaipur.  This majestic fort is a reminder of the glorious battles fought by the Rajputs. You can also catch a stunning sunset from the ramparts of the castle. 

    2. Mount Abu (164 km from Udaipur): 
    Mount Abu is a picturesque place near Udaipur and is a confluence of natural beauty along with Jain and Hindu culture. This quaint hill station is a spiritual retreat as well as one of the best trekking points, making it an incredibly romantic escape. 

    3. Jawai Leopard camp Pali (123 km from Udaipur): 
    You can experience the thrill of watching the free-roaming leopards and other wild animals while you camp in the Jawai Leopard Camp in the Pali district near Udaipur, which makes for a very romantic and adventurous experience.

    4. Chhatra Sagar Pali (125 km from Udaipur): 
    The Chhatra Sagar at Pali district is a refreshing break where you can spend some quality time at this man-made reservoir and enjoy the awesome panoramic beauty of nature with your loved ones.

    5. Mahi Dam (160 km from Udaipur): 
    Built on River Mahi, this dam is the major source of hydro-electricity and water in Rajasthan. It is also known for its natural beauty, which makes it the ideal romantic picnic spot near Udaipur. 
  3. Which are the best picnic spots near Udaipur?

    1. Rayta: The quaint village of Rayta makes for one of the most peaceful places to have a picnic in with your loved ones. The experience is made even more rewarding due to the fascinating ancient temples and the famous “wishing pond” in the town.

    2. Alsigarh
    Alsigarh is a picturesque village that is surrounded by the beautiful Aravalli ranges and offers panoramic views of the lakes and forests near Udaipur, which makes it an ideal place for a picnic.

    3. Rajsamand
    You can enjoy a relaxing day boating in this magnificent man-made lake of Rajsamand. Surrounded by the natural beauty of Aravalli ranges, this place is an ideal picnic spot for the visitors.

    4. Dhebar Lake: 
    The Dhebar Lake is the second-largest artificial lake in India and a popular picnic spot for visitors. You can spend some quality time boating in the lake and visiting the three-fostered islands.
  4. Which are the best places to visit near Udaipur in December?

    1. Delwara: The town of Delwara is the abode of Hindu and Jain temples and Gods. Winter is a pleasant season to explore these magnificent architectures and familiarize yourself with the grandeur of Indian heritage.

    2. Nathdwara
    Nathdwara is a quaint town nestled amidst the blue Aravalli ranges and the Banas River. Over time, it has become one of the best places near Udaipur to visit for its beautiful Shrinath Ji Temple and other spectacular shrines. 

    3. Kumbhalgarh Fort
    The Kumbhalgarh Fort was built over a period of 15 years and today, it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Udaipur. Walking through the passages and rooms of this fort is an experience you can thoroughly enjoy during winter.

    4. Mount Abu
    Undoubtedly, one of the best ways to enjoy winter in Udaipur is to trek through Mount Abu under the pleasant sun and take in the panoramic views of the mesmerising mountain ranges and valleys.

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