About 110 km away from Udaipur is the hilly paradise of Dungarpur nestled in the foothills of the Aravalli range. Popular for the green marble found here,

Dungarpur is wild at heart with the fertile plains of the Mahi and Som, the two rivers criss-crossing it, teeming with flora and fauna. The town gets its name from the local Bhil chieftain Dungariya and was founded in 1258 by Rawal Veer Singh, the eldest son of Karan Singh, the then ruler of Mewar.

The main attraction here is the 19th-century Udai Bilas Palace. With a stunning mix of Mughal and Rajput architecture, the palace, which is now a hotel, is built with the local green granite and boasts carved balconies, arches, and windows.

The other popular attraction here is the Juna Mahal, an imposing seven-storeyed structure built in 13th century from yellow stone. The palace is adorned with frescos, murals, local green stones and mirrors. The Government Archaeological Museum of Dungarpur is well-known as well and displays statues of various deities, stone inscriptions, coins and paintings dating back to the 6th century. Operational since 1959, it exhibits a collection of commodities excavated from Vagad region. Apart from these, Gaib Sagar Lake with a palace is also a popular site.