Leisure Destinations

Hugging together historical and cultural wonders, Central India houses more than its fair share of leisure destinations. From royal forts to ancient temples and from beautiful waterfalls to charismatic wildlife destinations – read about the best leisure destinations in central India here.

Amarkantak is located in the beautiful Vindhya and Satpura mountain ranges in Madhya Pradesh. This is a known town for pilgrims as here rests some of the most exquisite temples.  Amarkantak is blessed with rich natural heritage. It is also the emerging spot of three prominent Indian rivers, namely the holy Narmada, the Sone and the Johila.

Fondly named as the Land of the Marble Rocks, Bhedaghat is a rustic village around 25kms from Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh. Sacred Narmada River flows through this village and it is perfect to enjoy vistas of nature all around.  Bhedaghat earned fame due to the 100 ft tall splendid rocks on either sides of Narmada. Bhedaghat has numerous attractions to explore.

Bhimbetka is a precious UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the Raisen district in Madhya Pradesh. People know this place for its historical caves flaunting unmatched rock paintings.  History of these caves goes back to approximately 30,000 years. Here you will find the finest prehistoric specimens of cave paintings in South Asia. Here you will see over 700 rock shelters which remain a fantasy of every camera person.

For those having a fascination for wildlife, there cannot be a better place than Kanha National Park in Madhya Pradesh. This largest park of the state brings streams of travellers from all corners of the world with its jaw dropping mix of flora and fauna. Here you will find one of the highest tiger densities apart from an interesting bird life. There are numerous places of tourist importance around the National Park which surely deserve a visit.

The Khajuraho Group of Monuments in Madhya Pradesh remain the most controversial UNESCO world heritage site on the planet. Here you can see some of the finest sandstone carvings, including some erotic sculptures. People visit here from all over the world to experience these jaw dropping detailed artwork known for their nagara-style architectural symbolism.     

Mandu is an ancient city in Malwa plateau. Earlier it was known with the name of Mandavgarh & Shadiabaad. During the rule of Mughals, Mandu was a delightful resort. Here you can relish vistas of pristine lakes and ancient palaces. Mandu underlines true love between the poet prince Baz Bahadur and his consort Rani Rupmati.  Here you can relish numerous stories of romance.

The historical treasure trove of Orchha evokes images of imposing palaces, intricately carved temples and outstanding forts. People visit here to explore its historical wonders which remain a treat for every photographer. Orchha stands in northern part of Madhya Pradesh. Its history talks about the local Bundela rulers. Visit here and get awe struck by sheer splendour and grandeur of the havelis dotted here.

Pachmarhi is adorned with lush greenery all around. This remains one of the most popular places of tourist interest in Madhya Pradesh. Pachmarhi sits at a height of 1,067 feet and houses a range of attractions for exploration. Pachmarhi is a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and remains a priceless treasure trove of Madhya Pradesh tourism. Satpura Range of Forests cuddles Pachmarhi from all corners and makes it a paradise to weave some beautiful holiday memories.

This serene destination in the state of Madhya Pradesh welcomes travellers who seek peace and relaxation. Sanchi is a major destination in the history of Buddhism. It houses numerous monuments belonging to Buddhist religion and paints a beautiful cultural image which charms travellers from near and far.


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