Bahubali Hills, Udaipur

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Bahubali Hills, named after the popular Indian film “Baahubali”, is a picturesque location near Udaipur, Rajasthan. This hill[1], standing tall on the Badi Lake, offers a breathtaking 360° view of the lake and the Aravalli range. It’s a must-visit for nature lovers and photography enthusiasts.

Bahubali hills

How to Reach

By Air The nearest airport is Maharana Pratap Airport, located approximately 20 kilometers from Udaipur’s city center. It’s well-connected with major Indian cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Jaipur. From the airport, you can hire a local vehicle to reach Bahubali Hills.

By Train Udaipur has its railway station, which is well-connected with other major cities in India. Some of the popular trains that run daily are Mewar Express, Gwalior-Udaipur Express, Bandra-Udaipur SF Express, Chetak Express, and Annanya Express. Once you reach the station, you can hire a taxi or an auto-rickshaw to reach Bahubali Hills.

By Road Udaipur is connected to Delhi and Mumbai by National[2] Highway 8 (NH 8). The journey takes approximately 10-11 hours and covers a distance of approximately 700 kilometers from both cities. Many tourists visiting Bahubali Hills prefer to drive.

Days Itinerary

Start your day early and head towards Bahubali Hills. The hill is located around 15 kilometers from the city center of Udaipur and stands tall on Badi Lake. The trek to the top of the hill is easy and takes around 10-20 minutes. Spend your day exploring the hill and enjoying the panoramic views of the lake and the Aravalli range.

Get Around

The best way to explore Bahubali Hills and its surroundings is by renting a cycle or a motorbike from Fatehsagar Lake. The route from Fatehsagar to Badi Lake[3] is scenic and you will love riding on the curvy roads, especially near Badi Lake.

Things to Do

  • Trek to the top of Bahubali Hills
  • Enjoy the panoramic views of Badi Lake and the Aravalli range
  • Capture beautiful photographs
  • Watch the sunset

Offbeat Places

Bahubali Hills is itself an offbeat place in Udaipur[4]. However, you can also explore Badi Lake and the nearby villages.


Enjoy a picnic at the top of the hill Try local cuisine Interact with locals


Try the local Rajasthani cuisine. Some of the popular dishes include Dal Baati Churma, Gatte ki Sabzi, and Ker Sangri.


Udaipur offers a wide range of accommodations to suit every budget. You can choose from luxury hotels, budget hotels, guest houses, and homestays.

Go Next

After exploring Bahubali Hills, you can visit other popular attractions in Udaipur like Lake Pichola, City Palace, Jag Mandir, and Jagdish Temple.