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Mandu is a ruined city in the present-day Mandav area of the Dhar district! This fortress town which is also known as Mandavgarh, is situated on a rocky outcrop about 100 km from Indore and is celebrated for its fine architecture. We were mesmerized as the entire town was a treat for the eyes! You’ll see ruined structures, beautiful forts and palaces distributed all across the city! Best season to visit- Monsoon

Sadhna Pillai

Wild & rusty yet deluxe & stylish! Kanha Earth Lodge in Kanha National Park is surely on my Bucket List!

Shrey Khandelwal, Delhi

Samode Safari Lodge, Bandhavgarh is wilderness cradled in luxury and sophistication. Magnificent ambiance, great hospitality, scrumptious cuisine and excellent wines await you!

Surveen Bhatia, Mumbai

Usha Kiran Palace; a heritage hotel and a regal palace in Gwalior, is rich in history and is outfitted with artistic stone carvings and delicate filigree work. Don’t miss it if you want to dine like a king!

Divyaraj Singh, Sailana

Forsyth Lodge was a wonderful, personalized wildlife retreat on the fringes of the Satpura Tiger Reserve, which is among the lesser known wildlife reserves in Central India.

Devika Khandelwal, Delhi

Stylish courtyards, verandas and stone walkways, Ahilya Fort in Maheshwar is truly splendid and a structure that is around 250 years old! The magnificent structure is currently managed by Prince Shivaji Rao Holkar, son of the last ruler of Indore.

Palak Bhandari, Bhopal

A resort providing the view of jungle from every corner, Denwa Backwater Escape, Satpura, is true luxury in the wild! The presence of backwaters, tucked with some thrill, it is a place worth all your attention!

Meena Gulati, Gwalior

Sabudana Khichdi, dahi vada, barf ka gola, garadu, and much much more! If hungry, visit Sarafa in Indore; the road, that otherwise is largely an area for selling jewellery, converts into a full pedestrian street, with people from Indore and tourists from all over the world visiting in the night in great numbers!

Rajiv Nema, Indore

In Madhya Pradesh, taste Aloo ki Kachori, Matar ki Kachori, Bhutte ki Kachori, Pyaaz ki Kachori. Oh yes- Don’t forget Sev ki Kachori!

Divya Bhandari, Indore

Khajuraho is the Land of Kamasutra! Profusion of sculptures with intricate details, symbolism and expressiveness of ancient Indian art. Truly mesmerizing!

Sankalp Marwah, Jabalpur

In Ujjain, a certain feeling of peace takes over, which leads you to lose yourself in Lord Shiva’s reign. The unlimited number of chanting and prayer has truly made this place heaven on earth. Bhasmarti and Mahakaleshwar should surely be on your list!

Shrey Khandelwal, Delhi

Crossing the river using the rope way was exhilarating and boating on a moonlit night with the majestic natural structures of magnesium limestone rocks, when the whole stretch of water is transformed into a sheet of liquid silver, was absolutely awe inspiring!

Avirush Sahani, Bhopal

Khajuraho Dance Festival, a synergy of a myriad of cultures and traditions from throughout the nation does not fail to leave its spectators awestruck!

Zahra Gulrez, Indore

Madhya Pradesh stands alone and stands at the edge of safeguarding its Culture. Splendid Galleries- Tribal Life, Tribal Aesthetics, Tribal Spiritual World- A Plethora of Art and Culture; Tribal Museum in Bhopal is surely not less than paradise on Earth!

Nikita Kothari, Bhopal

Ghughuya National Park near Jabalpur is one of the few plant fossil parks on the planet and is nothing less than a box of lost treasure. Some of the fossils date back to the era when the whole land area was a super continent named Gondwanaland!

Swapnil Gaur, Mumbai

Hussain Tekri in Jaora(near Indore) was one bizarre experience! Not just Indians, but people from around the globe come and visit this place during the month of Muharram. It is mostly known for freeing bodies from jinns, ghosts or any other eerie influence!

Shewali Tiwari, Pune

Orchha showcases a supreme display of Mughal architecture, some of which is similar to that of nearby Khajuraho. There are great homestay options as well as opportunities to enjoy the surrounding countryside, with walking, cycling and rafting!

Palak Singh

If you are a nature lover, Samardha Jungle Camp near Bhopal, is surely not to be missed!

Sanchit Kumar, Delhi

Lush green hillocks stretched over huge distances in dramatic natural splendor- Pachmarhi, the most visited hill station in Central India, is definitely worth a visit!

Nimit Khatwani, Indore

The city of Gwalior is a blessing for people who are culturally and musically inclined. Every travel enthusiast will not be satiated with just one single visit. This city has the appeal of multiple excursions!

Sanya Bhatnagar, Delhi

it was a nice trip to Bandhavgarh and we saw a lots of animals including crocodiles… bears… dear…..!

dr.shabbir dubey

The love for racing runs in the veins of Bhopalis; the sight of Jeeps (soaked up in mud), swooshing through the forests will definitely make you skip a beat or two.

Waqar Naqvi

The mystical charm of Taj-ul-Masajid never fades away. This architectural gem reminds you of the past glory of the Nawabs. At night, the mosque gleams enigmatically, redefining its monumental embellishments.

Syed Mohd Waqar Naqvi, Bhopal