Picnic Spots near Udaipur

Udaipur, also known as the City of Lakes, so during monsoon it adds up more beauty at its best. If you happy to be in the city for any of the reasons during monsoon time, be sure to save a few days to have a picnic. We list the best places in Udaipur to spend a relaxing few hours or even a day with your family and friends and enjoy the rainy time.

Best Picnic Spots In Udaipur

1. Rajiv Gandhi Park

Rajiv Gandhi Garden

Rajiv Gandhi Park is a perfect picnic place if you’re looking for some easily-accessible outdoor fun. This place is ideal if you have kids.

Rajiv Gandhi Park is full of gardens and fountains. There are various outdoor games as well. This is a well maintained park also has food stalls so don’t worry if you forget to pack something to eat.

  • Loaction: Rani Road, Fateh Sagar Lake

2. Saheliyon Ki Bari


Originally a courtyard for Udaipur queen and her royal ladies, Saheliyon Ki Bari is the best place if you want to spend some time with your family and friends. The whole courtyard is covered with countless fountains, trees, and statues. A small museum is also there in the courtyard.

  • Loaction: Saheli Marg, New Fatehpura, Panchwati

3. Moti Magri

Moti Magri

Moti Magri Fortress also known as the Pearl Hill, this place gives you the best aerial view of Aravali Range and Fateh Sagar Lake. A favourite with the locals, Moti Magri is just breathtaking thanks to its scenic beauty.

This place is situated on top of a hill and was built as a memorial of Maharana Pratap. There’s also a museum here which tells the stories and significance of Rajput history, Haldi Ghati battle and Chittorgarh Fort. As the sun goes down, light and sound show here is a special attraction.

  • Loaction: Fateh Sagar Lake

4. Manik Lal Verma Park

Aerial view of Manik Lal Verma Park

MLV park is another exotic picnic place in Udaipur. Situated near Dudh Talai Lake, this park has lush green gardens, fountains, slides and many other attractions which make it a perfect picnic spot.

Evenings are the ideal time to visit this place as you can go on a pleasant boat ride while watching birds. There’s also a rope-way to the nearby Karni Mata temple. Other attractions include a musical garden and an evening fountain show.

  • Location: Dudh Talai Lake

5. Fateh Sagar Lake

Fateh Sagar Lake

The Fateh Sagar Lake is another favourite place among the locals and visitors. This is the second largest lake in the city and was built by Maharana Jai Singh in the year of 1678.

There are three islands on the lake which can be reached by boats and these islands can be brilliant picnic spots. The largest of the islands is the favourite and also has a boat-shaped restaurant. There are boat rides, jet fountains and many gardens which make this spot great for a picnic with the family and friends.

  • Location: Fateh Sagar Lake

6. City Palace

Udaipur City Palace

Udaipur City Palace situated along the banks of Lake Pichola, the City Palace is a one-of-a-kind royal picnic spot in Udaipur. Many Bollywood and regional movies have been shot here, against the backdrop of the palace’s stunning architecture, which is a combination of Medieval, European, and Chinese design.

Other key attractions of the City Palace are its rich lawns, Vintage Car Museum, Maharani Palace, Daawat-E-Aam, and Daawat-E-Khas. Do not miss the light and sound shows that begin in the evenings.

  • Loaction: City Palace

Picnic Spots Near Udaipur

7. Thoor ki Pal

Thoor Ki Pal

Thoor Ki Pal is another peaceful picnic spot in the surroundings of Udaipur city. Situated in Thoor Village, Thoor Ki Pal is a much visited place in monsoons thanks to its waterfalls and a serene horizon.

Make sure you wear some comfortable footwear and go with surplus food and water supplies as the place is a bit remote and there may not be many shops for foodstuff.

  • Location: 11 kilometres from Udaipur

8. Nandeshwar Ji

Nandeshwar Ji

Nandeshwar Ji is a religious place is also a good picnic spot. The rocks here create miniature pools after it rains, attracting people who come here to splash around. The water streams which flow near the temple lend a pleasant vibe.

Make sure you pack food and beverages as getting snacks and drinks can be hard in this area due to the lack of stores.

  • Location: 15 kilometres from Udaipur

9. Chandni Village

Bridge at the entrance of Chandni Village

Chandni Village is, situated on the outskirts of Udaipur, is an enchanting location with streams, green trees and a peaceful environment. If you want to get away from the everyday hustle and bustle of the city for a while, Chandni Village is the ideal picnic spot for you.

The local villagers here are also so welcoming and will help you out with things. However, as a picnic demands, carry some carpets or mats to sit on as there’s no plain ground here, just woods.
Location: 23 kilometres from Udaipur

10. Ubeshwar Ji

Ubeshwar Ji

Ubeshwar Ji is great for picnics and is a religious place which is mostly crowded in the monsoon, as the rain elevates its beauty. Along with waterfalls, mountains and greenery, this place also houses a temple dedicated to Lord Shiva.

Surrounded by the Aravali Mountains, this place is a much loved picnic location thanks to its ponds and natural beauty. Set up your picnic near the pond and don’t forget to carry floor mats or foldable chairs with you.

  • Location: 25 kilometers from Udaipur

11. Tidi Dam

Tidi Dam

Tidi Dam is another waterfall destination which is most beautiful place in the monsoon season. Many visitors come here to get drenched under the overflowing water from the dam.

Make sure you are careful to avoid pointy rocks under the water while you are splashing around here. And do not try to climb on top of the dam as it is slippery and very dangerous.

  • Location: 35 kilometres from Udaipur

12. Jaisamand Lake

Dhebar or Jaisamand Lake at Udaipur

Previously known as Dhebar Lake, Jaisamand Lake looks like something out of a bond movie shot in Monaco or Greece. This enormous water stretch includes 11 miniature islands, and a big walkway.

One cannot explore all of Jaisamand Lake in a single day as it is a huge lake. There are many marble cenotaphs on which you can set your picnic. Also, don’t forget to take a picture on the marble elephants.

  • Location: 45 kilometres from Udaipur

13. Bagehri Ka Naka


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.

14. Alsigarh


An Untouched Paradise Near Udaipur

The City of Lakes: Udaipur is surrounded by the majestic Aravalli Range of Mountains which contributes to enhancing the scenic beauty in whole. These nearby mountains inhabit several small villages that have the capacity of transporting you directly into nature’s lap. Alsigarh Village is one of the several villages located in the south-west section of the district of Udaipur. it is situated at a distance of approximately 31kms from Udaipur.

15. Shivalik Dam

New hidden place in Udaipur Shivalik Dam near Gogunda. It is situated at a distance of approximately 31kms from Udaipur.

16. Myra Caves

The caves of Myra have been the armory of the army of Hindu Hriday Samrat Maharana Pratap. In the inaccessible hills, wars were fought on the Mughals with the guerilla warfare policy. There is a lot of difference between the caves of 500 years ago and now. Earlier the cave was not visible, only the huge waterfall was visible. The caves were hidden behind the waterfall. That is why these caves were chosen as a safe armory. The caves, which played the main role of armory in the Haldighati war, have almost lost their original form due to the mining of granite in the surrounding area. But in this cave of historical importance, even in the heat of May-June, the waterfall flows continuously in a mild form, whose water is no less than nectar. Located in between Udaipur, Gogunda and Ishwal. 

16. Madar

These two lakes, known as ‘Bada Madar’ and ‘Chhota Madar’, are located at a distance of 15 Km from Udaipur City near Village Madar, District Udaipur, Rajasthan.

These lakes can be reached by following two tracks which depart from Village Madar, each going to one of the dams. The tracks pass between the rich and verdant farmlands which appear well irrigated from the nearby water supply and eventually climb up to their respective dams.

Attractions of the Lakes:

Both the lakes are surrounded by high hills of Aravalli ranges and their shores have some trees and occasional huts. The tourists can enjoy a hike around the lakes or go for a picnic.

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