The tryst with heritage
Our seven days hectic trip to Rajasthan was at its ultimate destination, Mount Abu.
The quaint little hill station of Rajasthan almost near the border of Gujarat. A perfect weekend getaway from Gujarat and a must in your itinerary if you a planning a trip to Rajasthan.
After hurrying through the forts and palaces of Rajasthan, we planned a laid back day at Mount Abu to relax and unwind amist the lush green forested hills of the Aravali range.
Famous mainly for the artitectural marvel of the Dilwara Jain temples, this only hill station in Rajasthan oozes a sense of calm and peace with Nikki lake offering a delightful boating experience.
Our stay at the Cama Rajputana club Resort was just like an icing on the perfecly baked cake.
It's a 140 years old Rajputana Club which had previously served as a school and now renovated and refurbished serves as a luxurious club resort .
The heritage property has royal and colonial charm to it. The greenery at the entrance of the resort with its colonial style reception was just the beginning of the enchanting experience we had at the resort.
The welcome drink served was hebiscus juice made out of petals of hibiscus flowers. The freshness of the juice vanished our exhaustion from the whirl wind climb up the Aravali hills.