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Madhya Pradesh, situated in Central India, is the best of both worlds—the traditional and the modern. It is the home to several kingdoms and boasts a great geography, the seat of a wide and splendid range of cultural monuments and architectural marvels. Travel to Madya Pradesh to explore this exotic land that will leave you mesmerized with rich history, breath-taking views of monumental wonders and stunning art and shrines. From north to south, east to west, the state of Madya Pradesh abounds with beautiful tourist attractions.
On the state’s rugged northern part, you will find the famous temples of Khajuarho depicting spiritual and sensuality so artistically in a never-before fashion. You can also visit Kanha and Bandhavgarh, two of the country’s most famous wildlife sanctuaries, covering the state. The ancient Buddhist stupas of Sanchi and the 15-th century citadels of Mandu are world famous. In general, Madya Pradesh is a unique mix of some of the most wonderful things—heritage, nature, spirituality and wildlife.
The state shares its borders with five other states of India including Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan. From the erotic sculptures of Kajuraho, the caves of Bhimbetka, wildlife at Bandhavgarh, the hills of Pachmarhi, the ancient temples at Ujjain, the Chhatris at Orchha, the historic city of Gwalior, Mandu – the land of happiness, the Buddhist Stupas at Sanchi and the Kanha National Park, Madya Pradesh has everything you’re looking in terms of infotainment, spiritual growth, nature and heritage. So, there are plenty of reasons why you should plan a trip to Madya Pradesh today.
If you’re a newlywed couple, you can experience the right blend of antiquity and modernity in Madhya Pradesh. If you’re looking to plan your honeymoon tour to Pachmarhi, Amarkantak, Jabalpur, Rewa, Bandhavgarh National Park, Kanha National Park, Pench National Park, Gwalior Fort, Mandu Fort, and of course Khajuraho. Check out our range of honeymoon travel packages to Madya Pradesh and make the most of the opportunity.
Planning for a spiritual holiday in the sacred city of Madhya Pradesh is a great reliever from the hustle and bustle of the modern day life. There are a lot of temples and mosques in the state where you can perform your prayers and enjoy a moment of solitude with the divine oneness. Talk to us if you’re looking for pilgrimage tour packages to Mkareshwar, Maheshwar, Ujjain, Bhopal, Amarkantak, Sanchi, Chitrakoot, etc in Madya Pradesh. You’ll also find medieval-era mosques in the city of Bhopal and gurudwaras in Bhopal, Gwalior, Burhanpur and Jabalpur.
Bringing out the ‘adventurer’ in you with our range of tour packages to Madya Pradesh if you’re travelling to Kerwa Dam, Bhedaghat, Orchha, Pachmarhi, Upper Lake, Delawadi, Pipariya, Bargi dam, etc. Enjoy a range of adventure and recreational activities including water sports, boating, cycling, rock climbing, rafting, nature & wildlife, horse riding, rappelling, etc while you’re in Madya Pradesh.
We have a comprehensive education tour package to Madya Pradesh for students to enrich their knowledge and broaden their understanding of the world around them. Some of the important education touring destinations in the state include Bhoora Khon Waterfall, Tincha Waterfall, Dugdh Dhara Waterfall, Gangulpara Tank & Waterfall, Chachai Waterfall, Gatha Waterfall, Bahuti Waterfall, Keoti Waterfall and more.
Travelling to Madya Pradesh with your family can be sheer delight especially with our Leisure & Family Tour Packages to Orchha, Gwalior, Kanha National Park, Bandhavgarh National Park, Sanchi Stupa, Mandu, Ujjain, Omkareshwar, Maheshwar, Satpura National Park, etc. These are some of the must-visit places with your kith and kin once you’re in Madya Pradesh.
Find the perfect travel & tour package to Madya Pradesh with a range of prices, discounts and deals. With Starlines, you are in safe hands as we help you craft the right package tailored to meet all your travel needs. Nothing can match the beauty of the state when you visit it during the Winter (October – March) and Monsoon (July – September) seasons, with the temperature mostly pleasant through the day, barring the rainfall especially during monsoons.