Here you’ll find a list of the places you should visit during the monsoon season in and around Udaipur.
With another few couple of days left to enjoy the soothing monsoon season of Udaipur, we’ve decided to ease your task of deciding where to land as soon as the clouds start showering in Udaipur; natives of Udaipur are much familiar with most of the places listed below, but for the tourists: ‘The Trip to Udaipur’ will transform into ‘The Ultimate Trip to Udaipur’ if they add these places in their itinerary in this monsoon season.
We’ve created two lists briefing the ‘Places to visit during monsoon in Udaipur’ and the ‘Places to visit during monsoon around Udaipur’.
Places to Visit During Monsoon in Udaipur
As the name suggests, the sole purpose of Maharana Sajjan Singh to build the Monsoon Palace which is also renowned as Sajjangarh, was to gaze the monsoon clouds from close and enjoy the mesmerizing aerial view of the city from the height of 3100 ft. above the sea level.
Tip: The Monsoon Palace is accessible before 7pm as per the instructions of the Forest Department for security purpose.
Panna Boat Museum
Inaugurated in 2014 by our honorable CM Vasundhara Raje, it is a ship structured museum located on the Goverdhan Sagar Lake; this lake is situated at the outskirts of Udaipur but is well maintained and deserves a lot of attention from the locals as well as the tourists now. The Panna Boat Museum showcases the sacrifice of Panna Dhai for Mewar, here you can learn a lot about Panna Dhai as well as hangout on the well-constructed ship structured museum and enjoy the weather near the scenic lake.
Neemach Mata Temple
Fateh Sagar is surely established a permanent place in each and every individual’s heart, therefore the Fateh Sagar road and Walkway is usually quite crowded during the monsoon season and especially weekends. But if you want to adore the alluring lake without any hustling and bustling you must climb up to the Neemach Mata Temple near the Fateh Sagar Lake and enjoy the detailed view in absolute calmness.
What better that cherishing the rains along with taking a ropeway ride to the top of a hill with Goddess Karni Mata showering her blessings. A ropeway ride can be availed from the Deendayal Upadhayay Park near Dudh Talai Lake. If you’re a fitness freak or wish to explore the valley on foot, you can take the stairs up to the hill from Manikyalal Verma Park near Dudh Talai Lake.
It is basically an Island Garden located amidst the mesmerizing Fateh Sagar Lake; this ovular shaped garden is spread across 4.5 acres of land which is equipped with several pyramid shaped fountains complimented with colorful lights. To access the island garden, one has to take a boat ride from the Fateh Sagar road opposite Moti Magri main gate. The boat rides are scheduled in short intervals of time from morning till the evening time.
Places to Visit During Monsoon Around Udaipur
Goram Ghat has been refereed as the eternal hidden heaven as one cannot directly access the scenic location via roads or other means other than railways.
Yes! You heard us right. Forget a road trip, time to experience a mesmerizing train journey unraveling the secret heaven. This beautiful place is around 150km from udaipur.
A huge 67ft. high Dam located at a distance of 34kms from the main city is an enchanting location to be visited during monsoon season. In 1976 it was constructed by Hindustan Zinc Ltd. which now acts as the main water supply source for Zawar Mines.
My Udaipur City requests you to be cautious around the water and carry your own refreshments along with you to the place as there is no nearby eatery available there. Also we plead you not to litter and destroy the heavenly site.
Ubeshwarji and Nandeshwarji are two most hotspot picnic destinations for the locals of Udaipur, one can take blessings of Lord Ubeshwarji and Nandeshwarji and take a dip in the nearby calm water stream. For Ubeshwarji one has to take a right from the Rampura Circle, whereas to access Nandeshwar ji take the straight road from Rampura Circle. Both the locations are covered amidst the natural beauty with the divine presence of the serenity by the temples.
It is a well-known monsoon picnic spot, which is located around 23kms from the main city center of Udaipur. Do you remember the static scenery we were taught to draw in our primary schools? The scenery with several mountains on the top and a water stream gushing through the hilly region, with the village premise, this is an exact copy of the imaginary scenery we’ve been drawing since childhood.
Located at a distance of 64kms northwest from the Udaipur main city, the Kumbhalgarh fort is a world heritage site which contains the second longest wall of the world after ‘The Great Wall of China’. The huge fort is surrounded by 13 mountains and stands high at 1,914 meters from the sea level.
Tip: Take a full day trip to Kumbhalgarh as it takes time to reach the fort as well as exploring it. You could also stay back for a day and visit the Kumbhalgarh Wildlife Sanctuary as well.
Pipliya Ji has already been named as the ‘Monsoon destination of Udaipur’ by our website before, if you’re cherish green valleys with clouds covering it, you’ll love this place. It is located at a distance of around 25kms from Udaipur City; the tourists can hire a cab and brief him/her about the location.
Tip for Travellers: Make sure your cab driver is well familiar with the location and has been there before.
Note for Locals: We know you all love this location a lot, we request you to carry some trash bags with you so that you do not litter at this natural location and spoil the beauty of it.
Another dam which can be visited in the monsoon season near Udaipur is the Bagheri ka Naka; it is situated at a distance of approximately 29kms from Nathdwara. One can enjoy themselves in the man-made water stream along with some Pakodas served at the nearby Tea-Stalls.
Tip: You’ll anyways have to take the Nathdwara road to reach Bagheri Ka Naka; therefore you could visit the Eklinji Temple and the Shrinath ji Temple Nathdwra on your way to or back from the destination.
The Udaipurites have already showered this location with immense affection, it is time it should be added in the local guides of the city for the tourists to explore this vast Lake stretched across 155 square kilometers, located at a distance of around 12kms from the city.
Tip for Travellers: You must witness the sunset from Badi Lake, we recommend you to take an early morning ride to the lake and just wait for the sun to rise from the scenic lake. Also, if you’ve a local friend ask them to take you to a trek near the Badi Lake.
Time to update the constant Udaipur Travel itineraries according to the season!
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