From marvelous monuments and palaces to mosques, splendid lakes and waterfalls to fine dining restaurants and colorful markets; the tourist places in Mandu offer unmatched satisfaction and joy. So, if you’re looking for a memorable Mandu trip, then we are here to help you. We offer you a huge range of customizable Mandu holiday packages that won’t entice you but help you to learn about Medieval India and its glory.
The Mandu tour which is wrapped by the great list of renowned palaces and monuments like Jahaz Mahal, Hindola Mahal, Rewa Kund, Baz Bahadur's Palace, Nilkanth Palace, and Hathi Mahal, etc. takes you to the beautiful Roopmati’s Pavilion. This classical place that offers you the unique view of river Narmada has reminded you of the romantic story of Rani Roopmati and king Baz Bahadur as well. Yes, according to legends, it’s believed that this place was built by Baz Bahadur to showcase his love for Rani Roopmati. The rani who was a very impressive Hindu singer was so much fond of the river that she would not even drink water unless she saw the Narmada River. So, to impress rani, the king not only made this beautiful pavilion for her but made her as his main queen. Besides, its square pavilions, big hemispherical domes, and shellfish shaped intricate arch openings will surely captivate you all the time.
Apart from the historical monuments, there are many tourist places that one can explore with the help of our Mandu tour packages. Mandu Fort is one of the places that not only houses many monuments like the ornamented palaces, canals, bath, pavilions, etc. but it is believed that the structures here are so beautiful that Shah Jahan himself was inspired to make one of the Seven Wonders of the World ‘Taj Mahal’ in Agra. Despite this, this fort is considered to be the largest in India with ruins of Mughal architecture. Other popular attractions that worth your attention are the famous 12 gateways or Darwaza of Mandu and Rock-cut cave paintings which reflect architectural brilliance.
In addition to the monuments and palaces, the Mandu trip would be incomplete without visiting the Jama Masjid. This magnificent mosque which was made by Sultan Hoshang Shah is a perfect example of Afghan architecture. Tourists can have an outlandish experience here with the most wonderful things to see around like the tomb of this builder – Hoshang Shah. Although there are no classy nightclubs or big shopping malls in Mandu, the local markets of Mandu offer different art forms to tourists in the form of handicrafts, fabric, decorative items, antiques, etc. There are many Craft Development Centres in Mandu that sells beautiful sarees like Chanderi, block print, silk chiffon hand-woven sarees, Maheshwari, Gudi-Mudi, Khadi, Dabu prints, Tussar Silk Weaving, Bagh Prints, Tribal saree collection, woolen carpet, cotton Panja Dari, leather crafts, etc.
Furthermore, there are a lot of restaurants in Mandu that serve delicious cuisines, prepared in Mughal style to its guests. Some of the food joints serve South Indian, Chinese, and Malwa cuisines. Mandu Ki Imli, which is a fruit of the baobab tree, Bhutte ka kees, Mawa-Bati, Khoprapak, and Malpua are some famous street foods that not be missed. Last but not least, on your Mandu tour, don’t forget to bring your digital SLR cameras for taking a scenic stretch of these admirable architectural structures.
So, what are you thinking, step out to explore the Mandu at any time of the year? However, if you want to enjoy the lovely weather in the city, do visit it during the monsoon season. The rich green landscape of Mandu looks beautiful during rain. Winter (October to January) also is not bad if you are fond of the cool breeze of this historic town. Therefore, for a great deal and discount, you can browse our special Mandu tour packages and book one that matches your interest. Or our trusted and verified agents will help you to design customized itineraries that surely start your exceptionally promising vacation.