Trekking in Udaipur is a wonderful
experience as it is surrounded by the beautiful Aravali Mountain
Range. It has so much to offer for an adventure lover, here you will
find easy, moderate & tough treks. There are so many lakes and small
villages in and around Udaipur that allows you to relish nature's
beauty and interact with the friendly villagers.
We at Rajasthan Trekking offers you two great options to
explore the beauty of Udaipur Country-side. You choose these two
Option1 : Udaipur Outskirts Trekking - Long
(9 kms. Approx. – Plain + uphill)
7:30 A.M. : Arrive at the beginning point - Amba Mata i.e. only 20 minutes
away from the city center.
7:45 A.M. : Start hiking with
Rajasthan Trekking Guide.
We reach the first village in about half an hour where we have an
interactive session with a few villagers & also visit their homes to
see the lifestyle.
We will see the villager’s
doing daily chores & their cattle grazing in the fields around the
village... We shall now continue our trek towards next tribal
village, The Trek will be a mix of small hilly Terrain & Uphill
climbs... on these treks, we will pass through various small
villages and hamlets where we shall come across The Bhil Tribe (one
of the oldest indigenous tribes) and a few other natives such as The
old Warrior clan of The Rajputs who are mostly farmers now.
12:30 P.M. : We arrive at
finishing point... This place is a religious spot for the people
around. There are a couple of temples here. One of them is dedicated
to Lord Shiva and The other to The Mother Godess... from here one
can get a panoramic view of the countryside.
1:15 P.M. : Drive back to Amba
Option 2 : Udaipur Outskirts Trekking - Short
( 7 kms. Approx. - Plain mostly its actually about 3 & a half hours)
7:30 A.M. : Arrive at beginning point - Amba Mata i.e. only 20 minutes away
from the city center
7:45 A.M. : Start hiking with
Rajasthan Trekking Guide. We Hike towards the first village where We
have an interactive session with a few villagers & also visit their
homes to see the lifestyle. Later, via another tribal village, we
walk through a blend of a little rugged terrain and hills with
beautiful and scenic agricultural fields.
10:30 A.M. : we arrive at The Badi
Lake. This lake in the village of Badi built at a cost of Rs.
688,000 (Lakh 6,88,000) by Maharana Raj Singh I (1652-1680) to
counteract the devastating effects of a famine. He named it Jiyan
Sagar after his mother Jana Devi. The lake covers an area of 155 sq.
km., and has an embankment 180 m. long and 18 m. wide, which is
graced by three artistic chhatris (kiosks or pavilions). During the
drought of 1973, the lake supplied water to the people of Udaipur.
Not many foreign tourists access this beautiful site of Udaipur as
it is out of the way of regular tourist routes. This where we will
put down our anchors for Lunch. Post Lunch, Drive back to Amba Mata.
2. Hiking Sticks
3. English speaking guide.
4. Mineral Water.
5. First Aid kit.
6. Lunch or snacks.
7. Tea, Coffee& Cookies
8. Porter and local guide.
9. All Government Taxes included.
1. Any type of stay.
2. Any type of air fare.
3. Tips for guide and porter.
4. Any meal other than those specified in including cost.
5. Any other item not specified in cost included item.