List of 4 Ultimate Tourist Places in Madhya Pradesh

tourist places in madhya pradesh

Madhya Pradesh, the central state of India is considered the heart of the country for a reason. Its varying topography, grand and royal forts, enthralling wildlife, several caves, myriad temples, and rock structures are everything that makes it ‘Hindustan Ka Dil’ (Heart of India).

If you haven’t paid a visit to this beautiful state, here are the best tourist places in Madhya Pradesh you must cover for a better understanding of the culture and tradition of India.

Best time to visit tourist places in Madhya Pradesh

Before talking about the areas to cover on your trip, we would like to tell you about the best time to visit Madhya Pradesh. During the months of the winter season, that is, from October to March, the weather remains pleasant for travel with an average temperature ranging between 5°C and 27°C.

Best Tourist Places in Madhya Pradesh

1. Route: Gwalior-Shivpuri-Orchha-Khajuraho

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If you want to explore the best areas of Madhya Pradesh tourism, you must go on this amazing tour. It is for all the history buffs reading this blog – you will love unveiling the layers of its history while exploring the forts and monuments.

Special attractions:

  • Gwalior

Gwalior Fort, Tansen Tomb, Madhav National Park, Tiger Dam, Jai Vilas Palace, Mansingh Palace, Sun Temple, Sas Bahu Temples, Gopachal Parvat, and Scindia Museum.

  • Khajuraho

Panna National Park, Archeological Museum, Beni Sagar Dam, Ajaigarh Fort, and temples of Kandariya Devi Jagadamba, Mahadev, Visvanath, Parsvanath, Duladeo, Vamana, Bijamandala and Chitragupta.

  • Shivpuri

Chhatri, Bhadaiya Kund, Madhav Vilas Palace, and Parihar.

  • Orchha

Raja Ram Temple, Orchha Fort, Orchha Wildlife Sanctuary, Jahangir Mahal,  Raja Mahal, Chaturbhuj Temple and Dinman Hardaul’s Palace and Palki Mahal.

Tour duration: 3 nights 4 days

How to reach:

By air: The nearest domestic airport is at Gwalior – Rajmata Vijaya Raje Scindia Air Terminal

By rail: The nearest railhead is Gwalior Junction

2. Route: Sanchi-Bhopal-Bhojpur-Bhimbekta-Pachmarhi

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On seeing the Madhya Pradesh tourism map, you will notice that this route of tourist destinations in the state covers all the different colors existing here. No matter what is the purpose of your travel to MP – family tours, solo trip,s or honeymoon, you will go back al mesmerized. There are caves, historical moments, temples, lakes, and waterfalls to explore in this tourist circuit of the central state.

Special Attractions:

  • Sanchi:

Monasteries, Toranas, Sanchi Stupa, Ashoka Pillars, Gupta Temple, Buddhist Vihara and Sanchi Museum

  • Bhopal

Lower Lake, State Museum, Upper Lake, Birla Museum, Van Vihar National Park and Gohar Mahal.

  • Bhojpur

Bhojeshwar Temple, unfinished Jain temple having a 6-meter-tall statue of Bhagwan Shantinath along with statues of Bhagwan Suparshvanath and Bhagwan Parshvanath on either side, ruins of Bhoja’s Royal Palace and Parvati Caves

  • Bhimbetka

Rock-cut Bhimbetka caves

  • Pachmarhi

Dhupgarh, Chauragarh, Apsara Vihar, Sangam, Panar pani, Jatashankar & Mahadeo Caves.

Tour duration: 5 nights 6 days

How to reach:

By air: The closest international airport to the region is Raja Bhoj International Airport of Bhopal, situated at a distance of 56 kilometers from Sanchi.

By rail: You can book train reservations to Sanchi Railway Junction from any part of the country.

3. Route: Indore-Ujjain-Maheshwar-Omkareshwar-Mandu


Going through the map of Madhya Pradesh, you will find these places forming a religious region in the state. The most sacred temples of the state are situated in these areas along with some popular religious centers.

Special Attractions:

  • Indore

Central Museum, Lal Bagh Palace, Patalpani Waterfall, Tincha Waterfall, Indore White Church, and Ralamandal Wildlife Sanctuary,

  • Mandu

Hindola Mahal, Jahaaz Mahal, Nilkanth’s Palace, Rewa Kund, Rupmati’s Pavilion, Hoshang Shah’s Tomb, Bagh Caves, and Rupayan Museum

  • Ujjain

Ram Ghat, Kal Bhairav Temple, Shri Mahakaleshwar Temple, Vikram Kirti Mandir Museum, Jantar Mantar and Kalideh Palace.

  • Omkareshwar

Mamleshwar Temple, Shri  Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga & Temple, Siddhant Temple, Kajal Rani Cave, and idols of 24 Avatars

  • Maheshwar

Rajwada, Holkar Fort, Jaleshwar Temple, Ahilyeshwar Temple, and Narmada Ghat,

Tour Duration: 4 nights 5 days

How to reach:

By air: the closest international Airport is at Indore – Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport

By rail: The nearest railway junction is in Indore.

4. Route: Jabalpur-Bhedaghat-Mandla-Kanha-Bhandavgarh

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It is yet another popular tourist circuit in the state of Madhya Pradesh no less than a delight for avid travelers and nature lovers. You can have the best time exploring wildlife in India at the Bandhavgarh National Park and the Kanha National Park.

Some other attractive location in this route includes the Dhuandhar Waterfalls and white marble caves of Bhedaghat.

Special Attractions:

  • Jabalpur

Bargi Dam, Madan Mahal Fort, Dumna Nature Reserve, Rani Durgavati Memorial & Museum, and Pisan Hari Jain Temple

  • Bhedaghat

White marble rocks, Dhuandhar Waterfall, and Chausath Yogini Temple

  • Mandla

Mandla Fort, Shah Burj, and Jay Stambha

  • Kanha

Kanha National Park & Tiger Reserve

  • Bandhavgarh

Bandhavgarh National Park, Shesh Shaiya, Bari Gufa, Three Cave Point, Rajbahera, Climber’s Point, and Chenchpur Waterfall

Tour Duration: 6 nights 7 days

How to reach:

By air: The nearest airport is in Jabalpur – Dumna Domestic Airport

By rail: Nearest railway station in Jabalpur Junction.

When planning a trip by air to Madhya Pradesh, you can find cheap flights at Indian Eagle. Make sure to fly to the airport nearest to your destination.

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