At an elevation of 4000 feet, with the backdrop of Nakki Lake and Old Gateway to Mount Abu, Honeymoon point offers breathtaking views and is one of the tourist attractions in Mount Abu. Also known as Anadara Point, it is named ‘Honeymoon Point’ because of the existence of a rock here that resembles the shape of a man and a woman.
Udaipur houses the nearest airport, the Maharana Pratap Airport, situated at a distance of 185 km from Mount Abu. The airport has direct flights from some of the major cities of India such as Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Jaipur.
If you want to travel by train, Abu Road is the nearest railway station from the hill station, at around 28 km from the city. It is connected by direct trains from Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Jaipur and Jodhpur.
And by road, Mount Abu is reachable from some of the country’s major cities via road, like Delhi, Ajmer, Udaipur, Jaipur and Bundi. Regular buses run on these routes, which are run by the government and other private operators as well.
A Nikon D-850 and mostly a Nikon AF-S 20mm 1.8G lens were used to take the photographs. Our schedule did not allow us to experience and photograph Sunset at the Honeymoon point which we came to know later as a must-see. Please click on a photograph to enjoy a larger view.
Winter season is the best time to visit Mount Abu. Although, due to its height the weather is not extremely hot during summers as well. September to March are ideal months to visit this hill station.
That is all today. See you soon. Till then happy shooting.