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10 Unusual Places To Visit In Udaipur

10 Unusual Places To Visit In Udaipur

The magnificent beauty of Udaipur never fails to captivate and fascinate travel enthusiasts of all interests and preferences. Udaipur sparkles like a jewel in the vast deserts of Rajasthan which looks like a fairyland that is hard to miss on Rajasthan Tour Packages. If you are planning to visit Udaipur for the first time, then rest assured of experiencing the best of this lake city. See the unusual side of Udaipur by exploring the popular tourist places listed below.

1. Mansapurna Karni Ropeway

Shri Karni Mata Temple is the other name of the Mansapurna Karni Ropeway at Machala Hill and the Deendayal Upadhyaya Park in Udaipur. The temple was nestled on top of a hill and was not easily accessible by many. The ropeway is a perfect way to get spectacular views of the City of Lakes and the surrounding Aravalli Ranges.

 2. Crystal Gallery

Located within the Fateh Prakash Palace is a world-famous Crystal Gallery. It spread across the upper gallery of the main Durbar Hall Sabhaghar and has been hailed as the only private collection of crystals in the world. This collection includes perfume bottles, dinnerware, glasses, objects art, furniture, decanters, and much more.

3. Bada Mahal

Among the most prominent tourist sites to visit in Udaipur, the Bada Mahal or the City Palace is a 17th-century architectural splendor of the city. The palace stands for royalty and showcases intricate designs, impressive carvings, and mirror art throughout the complex. There are several fountains inside the complex, giving it a refreshing touch.

4. Under the Sun Aquarium

The unique and interesting tourist attraction of Udaipur is the Under the Sun Aquarium which is the first one of its kind. The aquarium houses more than 100 species of fish. You can observe exciting sea creatures like Albino Frogs, Indonesian Crabs, Fire Belly Newts, Fresh Water Scampi, etc.

5. Ambrai Ghat

This is symbolic of the ancient architectural splendor and natural beauty that Udaipur is featured with. The ghat overlooks the Pichola Lake which generously splashes its waters on the ghat and appeals to viewers. One can spot many beautiful birds and enjoy the lovely wind flowing here. Witness the spectacular views of Udaipur which is a sight to behold.

6. Marvel Water Park

Marvel Water Park is the foremost waterpark in the city, which is a fun-filled day with family and friends. Nestled amidst a shelter of lush green trees, the water park makes for a perfect place to go with dear ones and unwind. From water slides to splash pools, toddler’s lagoons, and sky slides, there are so many rides available for everyone.

7. Aravali Nature View

Udaipur is a famous tourist place to visit in Rajasthan, for its serene lakes, majestic palaces, and royal gardens. Another side of Udaipur’s enriched beauty is its magnificent nature view. Being snuggled in the Aravalli hills, Udaipur offers amazing hiking and trekking trails to these majestic hills from where you can capture its picturesque views. 

8. Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary

Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary is one of the major tourist places to visit near Udaipur. It falls in the district of Rajasamand district in Rajasthan and encircles the fort of Kumbhalgarh. The sanctuary was built to provide shelter to endangered animals like jungle cats, sloth bears, wolves, leopards, sambhar, hyenas, chital, and many more. 

9. Ranakpur Temples

One of the five prominent holy places for Jain communities worldwide, Ranakpur was dated back to the 15th century during the reign of Rana Kumbha. The Chaumukha, or four-faced central structure, is dedicated to Lord Adinathji. All the temples inside its complex structures are adorned with intricate engravings.

10. Saas Bahu Temple

A peculiar name of this historical temple complex is a corruption of its original name – Sahastra Bahu Temples, meaning Lord of One Thousand Arms. These temples belong to the 10th century and are dedicated to Lord Vishnu. Saas Bahu Temple’s architecture reveals the delicate detailing of artistry that went into creating them.

These are the least explored tourist attractions in Udaipur which you can explore on the Udaipur Tour Package by car. This time when you are in Udaipur, create an itinerary that takes you through the least explored tourist places in Udaipur.