Madhya Pradesh at the heart of the Indian subcontinent is affluent with vivid culture, heritage, and natural wonders. Our carefully tailored Madhya Pradesh travel guide takes the tourists to those heritage sites. You can explore the glorious history of ancient India and admire the artistic skill of the bygone era by visiting the heritage sites in Madhya Pradesh.
The state is enriched with many ancient temples, mosques, elegant forts & Palaces, and museums. The erotic carvings at the Khajuraho temples are famous worldwide. The classic rock-cut statues and caves reflect the excellence of art that you can experience during your Madhya Pradesh tour. Our travel guide will take you to all these landmarks of the state as well as a couple of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The famous destinations in Madhya Pradesh include Bhopal, Sanchi, Bhimbetka, Ujjain, Mandu, Indore, and Maheshwar. All the places are popular for some unique attraction either man-made or natural that you can explore with our Madhya Pradesh travel guide.
Bhopal is the capital of Madhya Pradesh and the city is spotted with many lakes, forts, and museums such as the Bhijtal Lake, Gohar Mahal, etc., that attract the tourists with their grandeur. Also, there are many places nearby Bhopal like Sachi and Bhimbetika where you can explore the ancient monasteries and rock-cut caves that date bake to the 3rd century.
Madhya Pradesh also boasts of its famous ancient city Ujjain which is one of the four spots where Kumbh Mela is held. Another famous place in Madhya Pradesh is Mandu which is known as the fort city because every hilltop of Mandu has a fort.
Our Madhya Pradesh travel guide will take you to the famous sites of Khajuraho where you will explore the spectacular temples decorated by sensuous and erotic carvings developed during the medieval era. You can also visit places like Indore and Maheshwar famous for being spotted with ancient temples.
Madhya Pradesh is also a great destination for wildlife lovers. The state is home to one of the largest tiger reserves in India, the Kanha National Park. The vast grassland and the forest of the park are inhabited by Royal Bengal tigers, jackals, wild pigs and many species of birds.