Chikaldara

Sprinkling the captivating scent of coffee in the air, Chikhaldara is known for being a popular coffee growing region in Maharashtra. Visit here at a height of 1118 m to experience all the wonders of nature like stunning lakes, spectacular panoramic viewpoints and exotic wildlife. It is a popular summer retreat among tired souls willing to escape the world of concrete.

Melghat Tiger project
The Melghat Tiger project stands in the Satpuda hill ranges of Forsythls and Dunbar’s Central India. People visit here to explore its rich Bio-diversity and diverse habitats.    Melghat was declared a tiger reserve in 1973-74. Apart from tigers, one can also find Indian leopard, sloth bear, Ussuri dhole, Indian jackal, sambar, and many other animals here. Travelers can partake in Night Jungle Safari, Night Machaan Stay, Elephant Safari, Elephant feeding & bathing show, Kayaking, bird watching and numerous other activities here.

Narnala Fort
Narnala Fort stands high with pride on a hill of the Satpura mountain range.  The fort takes you back into the Mughals' rich history and is known for its impressive architecture. The fort houses three smaller forts named Zafarabad, Narnala and Teligarh. It was raised by the Gond Dynasty in 10 A.D.

Bhimkund
Bhimkund is a beautiful Natural blue water tank around 78 km from Chhattarpur district. It has numerous mythological stories associated with it. One of them is that Bhim killed Kichaka and threw his body in this valley which earned it the name of Kichakdara. He later took a bath in the nearby lake and it was then named as 'Bhimkund'.

Gwaligarh Fort
Gawaligad Fort in the Amravati District has a deep history which goes back to 300 years ago. The fort was raised during the 12th century. It was once under the rule of Hindus and Mughals. The fort houses 10 cannons made of copper, brass and iron. It features three imposing gates namely Delhi Darwaza, Kichakdara Darwaza and Fatheh Darwaza. Two lakes, Khambtaloa and Bamnitaloa, lie close to the fort.

Best Time to Visit
Months from July to September and October to February are great to visit this hill station.

How to Reach:
By Air: As Chikhaldara does not have a railway station, the closest airport is Nagpur.
By Rail: The nearest railway station is in Amravati around 100 kilometers away.
By Road: Chikhaldara has good road connectivity with Pune and Mumbai.

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