Mount Abu, a beautiful hill station in the Indian state of Rajasthan, in Desert Land is famous for few places in the state endowed with lush foliage and a variety of flora and fauna. The Luna Vasahi Temple, dedicated to Neminathand is a well known tourist place of Mount Abu. Its most notable feature is its intricacy and delicacy, which is so fine that, in places, the marble becomes almost transparent. The temple remains incredibly well preserved, employing several full-time stone masons to maintain the work.Scenic Nakki Lake, is town’s one of its biggest attractions. Sunset Point is widely popular and lovely place from which to watch the brilliant setting sun, though distinctly unromantic unless you find that being thrust red roses, bags of peanuts, or Polaroid cameras gets you into a loving mood. At the edge, by the town centre, there's a carnival of juice and food stalls, ice-cream parlours, balloon vendors and souvenir shops.
Away from crowded areas, Mt. Abu is a green oasis in the barren desert escape and a perfect place to celebrate intimate chemistry relation to every honeymoon escapes.
Blessed by nature, this town having tremendous wooded valleys that line the winding drive to the summit lend some longed-for Alpine beauty to a Rajasthan excursion and house wildlife including bears, wild boars, Indian civets, hyenas and sambars.Sunset Point is widely popular and lovely place from which to watch the brilliant setting sun, though distinctly unromantic unless you find that being thrust red roses, bags of peanuts, or Polaroid cameras gets you into a loving mood. New Year celebrations despite chilly winter nights in the city is highly popular among love birds. There are also plenty of botanical delights on offer, most notably a number of rare orchids, and excellent trekking opportunities for adventure loving couples.
Things to consider
The best time to visit Mount Abu is either in the months of February to June or in the months of September to November.
Best Season: Feb - April, Aug - Nov
Summers: April and lasts till mid June
Winters: October to late March
Monsoons: mid June to late September