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Hummingbird Resorts Mount Abu

10°C Hazy sunshine
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Abu Road - 35 km - 1 Hour

Nestled amid the Aravali Mountains, Hummingbird Resorts features a plush and peaceful setting. Offering creature comforts, the resort has lush gardens, spacious rooms, and charming balconies. Immerse your senses in delectable cuisines, laze amid green settings and enjoy a refreshing swim. Your stay at this resort will be unforgettable. Renowned for its hospitality, Hummingbird Resorts is ideal for family vacations.

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Scenic Trails

Achalgarh Temple

Situated around 11 kilometres north of Mount Abu, the Achalgarh Temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Originally built by the Paramara dynasty rulers, it was later reconstructed, renovated, and named Achalgarh by Maharana Kumbha in 1452 CE. It is one of the 32 forts that were built during his reign.

Gurushikhar

Guru Shikhar, a peak in the Arbuda Mountains of the Sirohi district in Rajasthan, is the highest point of the Aravalli Range and Rajasthan. It rises to an elevation of 1,722 m, offering hazy yet captivating views of the surroundings. Guru Shikhar is one of the must-see attractions of Mount Abu.

Dilwara Jain Temple

The Dilwara Temples are a remarkable group of Swetambara Jain temples situated about 3 km north of Mt. Abu town center. Featuring the finest temple art, these temples are the finest specimens of beauty and indefinable dexterity.

Peace Park

Located on the Guru Shikhar Road, Peace Park is a perfect blend of tranquility and serenity. One of the most popular attractions of Mt. Abu, this scenic garden is adorned with varied plant life. Coleus, ornamental shrubs, hibiscus, geraniums, and creepers make this spot a natural paradise.

Nakki Lake

Known as the biggest attraction of Mount Abu, Nakki Lake is a fascinating tourist hotspot surrounded by lush greenery and rocky terrain. A popular draw for nature lovers, its shimmering waters offer an enigmatic feel. Considered pious by the Hindus, the lake remains teeming with visitors throughout the year.

Achalgarh Temple
Gurushikhar
Dilwara Jain Temple
Peace Park
Nakki Lake

Local food and festivals

Dal Baati Churma

Dal Baati Churma

This triple-decker of traditional flavours is one of the best-known Rajasthani treats. A tasty mix of tangy Churma, spicy Dal and fried Baati makes it delightfully delicious.

Gatte ki Sabzi

Gatte ki Sabzi

Best described as Gram Flour dumplings, this one’s a staple in every Rajasthani festivity. Like most Rajasthani fare, Gatte ki Sabzi is high on spice and taste, and best enjoyed with traditional Indian flatbread.

Ker Sangri

Ker Sangri

This traditional Rajasthani dish made from a mix of dried beans and local berries is a delightful combination of exquisite flavours unique to the state.

Summer Festival

Summer Festival

The Summer Festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm just before the annual advent of the monsoons. This extravaganza of cultural activities is an ode to the intricacies of Rajasthan’s art and tradition.

Glimpse into the Culture

Glimpse into the Culture

The Winter Festival features a myriad of classical and folk performances by artists from across Rajasthan and neighbouring states. Traditional Rajasthani folk dances like Ghoomar and Gair are the highlight of the festival.

Travel Info

getting there

  • Abu Road

    35 km | 1 Hour
    • Abu Road

      35 km | 1 Hour
    • Abu Road

      35 km | 1.5 Hours
      • Abu Road

        35 km | 1.5 Hours

Airlines at airports closest to Abu Road

  • Frequent flights from Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata

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