Top Attractions in Central India
Central India is simply the heart of the country, a soft and mystical land whose forests and jungle teem with wildlife and punctuated by some of her most vibrant and historical cities. Here you will find a plethora of many famous national parks such as –
Kanha National Park is an abode of the White Bengal Tiger along with several other wild species. It is located across the Mandla and Balaghat districts of Madhya Pradesh and the area of the reserve is approximately 1940 square kilometres. Beautiful meadows and the forests of Sal and Bamboo trees create an enticing ambience and the lakes with rich aquatic plants add further to the glory of this place.
Bandhavgarh National Park Indian Tiger Safari would never be complete without visiting this national Park located near Rewa, in Madhya Pradesh. Though the core attraction of this natural reserve is the Royal Bengal Tiger, there are many subjects of the king of this forest that need to be seen to appreciate the variety of living beings the nature has created and the beautiful spectrum they present before the eyes that crave to see the greener pastures being totally disillusioned by the mechanical lives. One would be surely filled with freshness and enthusiasm after having a rendezvous with the wildlife here.
Pachmarhi is the summer capital of Madhya Pradesh; the state situated in the heart of India. It is a hill station and is easily reachable from Nagpur and Bhopal. April to July is the best time to visit this place which is said to have been visited by the Pandavas of the epic Mahabharata. The legend is that the Pandav caves located here were once an abode during exile from Hastinapur for the children of king Pandu.
The scenic beauty of the Satpura mountain range cannot be explained in words. One has to visit Pachmarhi to cherish the treasure it has in store for you.
Jatashankar, Bada Mahadev and Chhota Mahadev temples and Chauragarh Mahadev hill give you a taste of spiritual awakening owing to their mystical ambiance. Captain Forsyth’s Bison lodge is a beautiful museum that represents the ecological and cultural heritage of this place. Apsara Vihar, Rajat Prapat, Duchess Fall and Bee Fall are the best places to interface with natural beauty.
Satpura National Park is situated a few kilometers away from Pachmarhi and it gives you an opportunity to see leopards, bisons, tigers etc. The tribal population here is very creative and you can bring home wooden and bamboo mementos made by them.
The foodscape of Madhya Pradesh enriched by exotic Daal Baflas, Gatte Ki Sabzi, Kadhi and other North and South Indian delicacies would surely spice up your experience and make it memorable.
So come and enjoy a cumulative experience of North and South in Central India tours that let you take the most beautiful memories of holidays in India back home.