Small but Mighty Attractions Near Bhopal

Got a day off and planning to explore something new? Some interesting but lesser known places near Bhopal include the Heliodorus Pillar – a stone column, locally known as Khamba Baba’


Colonial Structures in Pachmarhi

Pachmarhi, also known as Queen of Satpura, is surrounded by waterfalls, canyons, natural pools, cave temples and the forested ranges of the Satpura Tiger Reserve


In the Lap of Nature: Van Vihar National Park

Declared a national park in January 1983, Van Vihar National Park covers an area of about 4.45sqkm. It is located on the bank of Bhojtal (formerly known as Upper Lake) and is also one of the smallest national parks in India


Looking Closely at Sanchi

The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Sanchi is located in the Raisen district of Madhya Pradesh, 46km/1.5 hour northeast of Bhopal


Paintings of a time

Bhimbetka Caves, 46km south of Bhopal, is a group of 243 rock shelters. The UNESCO World Heritage Site was discovered by archaeologist VS Wakankar in 1957


Small Wonders of Satpura

Forests can be very thrilling given the unmatched variety of flora and fauna but the experience is completely based on how you want to pursue the safari


Forgotten Remains: WWII POW Camp

Delawadi is a picturesque picnic spot located in the Raisen district of Madhya Pradesh. The area has been developed as the Delawadi Forest Camp by Madhya Pradesh Eco Tourism Development


Art Close to Nature at Tendu Leaf Jungle Resort

Tendu Leaf Jungle Resort is in the vicinity of Panna National Park in Madhya Pradesh. It serves as a one-stop destination for tourists owing to its closeness to Khajuraho and other similar attractions.


Boat Safari in Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh provides the best of jungle safari experience with its nine national parks and six tiger sanctuaries. It is also unique in terms that tourists have an option of experiencing boat safari in Satpura National Park and Ratapani Wildlife Sanctuary.


Udayagiri Caves

Located 58km/90 mins from Bhopal, Udayagiri Caves is a group of 20 Gupta-era temples and monasteries carved out of a rocky hill, out of which one is dedicated to Jainism and rest to Hinduism.


Museums of Bhopal

Bhopal gets its name from Bhojpal and is rich when it comes to showcasing indigenous art, fossils and sculptures. The city has spectacular museums including State Museum, Tribal Museum and Golghar Museum.


Walking Through Historical Gates and Archways

When it comes to architectural influences, Madhya Pradesh is a perfect melting pot. Over centuries, different styles have blended in to be expressed on the gates and arches of the royal palaces, forts, mosques, and temples


The Vibrant Market of Orchha

The market of Orchha effuses enthusiasm. It is colourful, vibrant and fragrant. When you enter from the Chaturbhuj Temple parking side you are welcomed by Orchha market’s best-kept secret