The land of history, culture, stories and legends, Madhya Pradesh has it all. The second largest state of India is rich in its culture, tradition and history and the origins of the state can be traced back to 500,000 years back. There are various avenues to explore in Madhya Pradesh for every type of traveller, be it for art, history lovers or adventure seekers.
This 10 nights 11 days Madhya Pradesh Tour starts from the city of Indore. Indore is one of the most famous and largest cities of Madhya Pradesh and is one of the education/knowledge centres of the state. Indore is famous for Palaces, parks, temples and lip-smacking food.
Omkareshwar is a famous temple which is dedicated to Hindu deity, Lord Shiva which is situated on an island shaped like the symbol of ‘Om’. Omkareshwar is rich in its heritage and finest Handloom. You will visit Narmada Ghat, Maheshwar Fort, Ahilya Bai Fort and Palace, Maheshwar Museum, Shri Raj Rajeshwar Temple, Akhileshwar Temple and don't forget to visit handloom weaving which produces a large number of Maheshwari sarees and fabric.
Bhopal is the capital city of Madhya Pradesh which was founded back in 1707. Bhopal has so much to offer to a traveller looking to explore its soul, sights, and sounds. The historic areas perfectly amalgamate with the modern well-planned urban developments. There are two main lakes – the Upper Lake and the Lower Lake, which form the nucleus of the city.
Panchmarhi is a hill station located in Hoshangabad district of Madhya Pradesh. It is also known as ‘Satpura ki Rani’ or the ‘Queen of Satpura’. It is located at an average altitude of 1,067 mts and its highest point goes up to 1,352mts, known as Dhupgarh. It is known for its lush green beauty and scenic landscapes all around which has a certain charm to attract the visitors. It is also recognised as a UNESCO Biosphere reserve and has many waterfalls in it.
Jabalpur is one of the most important cities of Madhya Pradesh and is also known as the ‘City of Rocks’ due to granite boulders and other huge boulders which are common throughout the city. There are some famous trekking sites and national parks which are accessible from the city of Jabalpur. While you are in Jabalpur, don’t miss out on the local markets and delicacies while you go out for a stroll in the evening.
Khajuraho is known for its ancient temples and their finest art in the world. These temples come under UNESCO World Heritage Sites because of its exceptional architectural skill and stunning displays of fine sculptures.