Achalgarh: A short distance away, a fort built in the 14th century by Rana Kumbha of Mewar. Also houses Jain temples, Achaleswar Mahadev Temple (1412 AD) and the Kantinath Temple (1513 AD). If you are an adventure lover then this place will provide you a good spot for hiking. Instead of taking usual routes hike for the temple and you will love it.
Adhar Devi Temple
Brahma Kumaris Meditaton Centre(Mount Abu is their world headquarters) They are very eager to preach their religion of peace and universal brotherhood. Visitors are offered free food and accommodation and they will show you their museum and the meditation methods.
Dilwara Temples: Beautiful Jain temples, carved of white marble, built between the 11th and 13th centuries.
Guru Shikhar: At 1,722m above sea level, this is the highest peak of the Aravali range. This is one of the most beautiful spots in Mount Abu.
Nakki Lake: A beautiful lake surrounded by hills on all sides. It is said that various gods dig the earth with their nails (nakh in Hindi) and that's how it derive its name. One can enjoy boating in the lake. Charges are normally ₹75 for half an hour for a 2 seater paddle boat and ₹150 for half an hour for a 4 seater paddle boat.
Shri Raghunathji Temple
Sunset Point: At sunset point the view is mesmerizing.
Toadrock: A rock naturally shaped in the form of a toad due to wind erosion.
Trevors Tank: Trevor’s Tank is a picturesque location just 5 km from the main town of Mount Abu, and one of the Mount Abu region’s most popular tourist destinations. It is a nature lover’s paradise that is named after the British engineer who built it.