Dilwara Temples & Mount Abu: Private Day Trip with Transfer
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- Marvel at fine artwork on the plain white marble of temple
- Take a quick tour of Mt Abu
- Enjoy a delicious lunch in Mt Abu
- Be transported by air-conditioned private car with an expert tour guide
DescriptionBegin your excursion once you are picked up by your driver from Udaipur hotel at 9:00am. Board the chauffeur driven car and leave for the Dilwara Temples and Mount Abu. It is a 3 hours drive with a distance of approximately 150km away from Udaipur city. Your English speaking tour guide will also join you in Mount Abu. Explore the Dilwara Temples, built in 11th century and dedicated to the Jainist Tirthankara. It is completely made of marble and houses five small temples. Take a walk and notice the staggering features, intricate carvings, incised paintings, carved pillars, mandaps, arches, and beautified ceilings. The five temples are: • Vimal Vasahi dedicated to Lord Rishabha • Luna Vasahi, dedicated to Lord Neminatha • Pithalhar, dedicated to Lord Rishabha. • Parshvanath, dedicated to Lord Parshvanatha • Mahavir Swami, dedicated to Lord Mahavira After tour of the temple, you will be driven to Mt Abu for lunch. It is located 2.5km away and is only hill station in Rajasthan. Relish a filling lunch in the local restaurant followed by quick tour of Mt Abu. Afterwards, you will be driven back to Udaipur city with drop off at your booked hotel.
IncludesA local English-speaking tour guide Tour by private air-conditioned chauffeur driven car Lunch at a local restaurant in Mount Abu Bottled mineral water All applicable taxes Camera fee at monument Expenses arising out of unexpected circumstances like natural calamities, flight cancellation or delay
Easy cancellationCancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund
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