Nagari (20 km): One of the oldest towns of Rajasthan of great importance during the Mauryan period, is situated on the banks of River Bairach. The Hindu and Buddhist remains from the Mauryan and Gupta period are found here.
Bassi Village (25 km): Enroute Bundi is a marvellous village with historical forts temples and kunds. Especially famous are its sculptures and woodcraft. A place of great tourist interest.
Bassi Wildlife Sanctuary (50 sq. km.): Sanctuary near Bassi, supports a population of panthers, wild boars, antelopes mongoose and migratory birds. Prior permission has to be obtained from the District Forest Officer, Chittaurgarh before visiting the sanctuary.
Sanwariyaji Temple: 940 km): on the Chittaur-Udaipur road is a contemporary temple of Lord Krishna, an important pilgrimage spot.
Matri Kundia Temple (50 km.): A popular sacred place dedicated to Lord Shiva. Popularly called Haridwar of Mewar.
Bijaipur (40 km): A marvellous castle buit by Rao Shakti Singh, the younger brother of Maharana Pratap, stands in the village. Presently, it has been converted into a heritage hotel.
Sita Mata Sanctuary,Dhariyavad: This thickly wooded jungle sprawls over the Aravalli ranges and the Malwa plateau with three rivers flowing through the forest. According to the legend, Sita, Wife of Lord Rama stayed in this jungle in Rishi Valmiki’s Ashram after she was exiled by Lord Rama.
The common fauna that can be sighted here includes leopard , hyena, jungle fox,porcupine,sambhar,wild boar, four horned antelope, nilgai and flying squirrel.
Deogarh (125 km): A 16th century magnificent fort near Pratapgarh with some beautiful palaces ornate with murals and splendid jain temples.
Menal (90 km.): On the Bundi-Chittaur road amid the natural beauty is Menal, famous for its ancient Shiva temples, picturesque water falls and dense forests