Dilwara Jain Temples are Jain temples built between the 11th and 13th centuries AD. Some people think that its marble craft is better than the Taj Mahal. The main temple complex consists of five different temples dedicated to Jain Tirthankaras. From 12 noon to 5 pm, you can visit the Dilwara Temple 365 days a year. According to legend, Lake Naki was formed by Devtas digging with their nails or nakh. It is the only artificial lake in India with an elevation of about 3937 feet, and it is also one of the best tourist attractions here. The local tribes who held the ceremony here considered it sacred. It is located in the heart of Mount Abu and is the center of night attractions. You can enjoy sailing, or just relax and rest on its coast. You can watch the sunset from this place located in the southwest of Naqi Lake. When you see the lush green plains thousands of feet below, the panoramic view creates a festive atmosphere. Fort Achal Garh was built by Rana Kumbha in the 15th century. Inside is the Achaleswar Mahadev Temple. Unlike other temples, Lord Shiva's big toe is worshiped here. The Nandi statue is made of five metals: gold, silver, copper, brass, and zinc. This place is considered a miracle and is one of the must-see places. Guru Shikhar stands at an altitude of 5,676 feet, which is the highest point in Rajasthan. This is the temple of Dattatreya, the incarnation of the god Vishnu. The footprints of Guru Dattatreya are kept on a rock here. This place must be listed in your travel guide.
You must climb 365 steps to reach the Adhar Devi temple in the crevice of the rock. Goddess Durga is enshrined here. During Navratri, the temple was flooded by devotees. The Gaumukh Temple is the residence of Rishi Vashishtha. According to folklore, Rishi performed religious ceremonies here and created four main Rajput clans. This temple has a spring that emerges from the rock, shaped like a cow's face. Rishi Ved Vyas once suggested that Dharma Raj Yudhistir stay at this practice place for one night. In turn, Yudhistir can obtain the blessing equivalent to donating 1000 cows. If you want to know what is interesting about Mount Abu, you can take a break here or buy souvenirs at the surrounding stalls. Trevor's Crocodile Park was built by British engineers. Trevor built a huge tank for breeding crocodiles. This place is perfect for picnics. It is a center for observing natural creatures such as birds and wild animals in their natural habitat. It stands out among the resorts. If you are a wildlife lover, please visit the wildlife sanctuary which is about 7 kilometers long and 300 meters wide. In 1960, it was declared a wildlife sanctuary. There are thorn forests at the foot of the hills and evergreen forests at high altitude. It has 112 families of plants, 820 species and 3 species of wild roses. Due to its rare composition, the reserve is among the main tourist attractions.