Rayta Hills, Udaipur

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Rayta Hills, a secluded expanse of rolling hills[1], is a top spot to experience sunrise in Udaipur. Located just 18 kms from the city railway station, this peaceful location is nestled between the lush, green Aravalli mountains. It’s heaven for adventure lovers who love to explore offbeat places with very few tourists. The verdant Rayta Valley draws many people, particularly during the monsoon season.

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Rayta Hills

How to Reach

By Air The nearest airport to Rayta Hills is Maharana Pratap Airport, Udaipur. From there, you can hire a taxi or a private vehicle to reach Rayta Hills.

By Train Udaipur City Railway Station is the nearest railway station. From there, Rayta Hills is just 18 kms away.

By Road Rayta Hills[2] are located just around 20 km from Udaipur city which will require 30-40 minutes to reach here by your private vehicle. You can find the location by searching for “Raita Hills viewpoint” on Google Maps.


Start your day early in the morning to make the area quieter and less crowded. Enjoy the breathtaking views of the sunrise. Explore the verdant dam and stop by the Nandeshwar Temple.

Get Around

Ditch your cumbersome four-wheeler to hop on to a tech-powered e-bike which gives you unparalleled access to Rayta’s twisting pathways and hidden spots.

Things to Do

A thrilling drone film is the best souvenir you can gift yourself at Rayta. Rayta Hills is also considered one of the top locations for pre-wedding shoots in Udaipur.


Enjoy the beautiful 360-degree panoramic views from the Rayta Hills. There are many hills of different views. It’s a beautiful place for sunrises and sunsets.


Since there aren’t many stores or eateries close by and the area is quite remote and peaceful, you should always bring water and snacks.


There are several hotels and guest houses in Udaipur city where you can stay and make a day trip to Rayta Hills.

Go Next

After exploring Rayta Hills, you can visit other tourist attractions in Udaipur like City Palace, Lake Pichola, Jag Mandir, Jagdish Temple, and Saheliyon-ki-Bari.