Central India A Destination Where Nature Reins Supreme

Posted by seenumathew on April 23rd, 2019


Central India Tourism is unique, varied refreshing and pleasant, in the midst of emerald green landscapes and rich bio diversity. The diversity in Central India spell binds the visitors. Central India Tour Packages include wildlife sanctuaries and national parks, hill stations in the Satpura range, popular pilgrimage sites, magnificent forts, monuments and palaces. The temples with fabulous architecture add charm to the beauty of Central India. The ancient temples of Khajuraho, the wilderness of Kanha, the Panchmari hill station which sits embellished by nature and history, the archaeological sites in Chhattisgarh, the divine sources at Ujjain and Sarnath, the rugged forts at Gwalior will take you through an exciting exploration of Central India Travel.

If you are a wild life enthusiast, who specially loves spotting tigers then you can plan a tour of Kanha and Bandhavaragh National Park. Both these wildlife parks boast of having a good population of tigers.


This hill station, popularly known as the Queen of Satpura is a popular destination of Central India Tours, which attract visitors from India and abroad. Situated at an altitude of 1067 feet, this spot is blessed with myriad attractions and surrounded by the beautiful forest of the green impenetrable Satpura range and deep ravines. The glorious sunset of Panchmari with various shades of purple and violet, embracing the hills is one of its main attractions. It is a treasure with ancient caves of Buddhist era residing in harmony with serene waterfalls. Legend says that the five Pandava brothers visited Panchmari during their exile. The Raj pat Waterfalls, the Bee Falls, Dhoopgarh, Jata Shankar Caves, Pandava Caves, Satpura National Park, (famous for deer and bison) Mahadeo Hills are some of the popular sites. Do visit Priyadarshini (Forsyth Point) a point from where Captain Forsyth discovered Panchmari and the view from here is breath taking. Peace, seclusion and a quiet unobtrusive beauty are its prime attractions.


Kanha National Park boasts of being one of Central India’s largest national parks and was established for the conservation of various endangered species, including tiger and swamp and deer. Apart from myriad of flora, fauna and avi fauna the park is a home to rare species of Barasingha. It is possible to spot tigers roaming freely in their natural habitat. You can also spot black buck, barking deer, swamp deer, hyena, python, quails, ring doves, green pigeons and more. Morning and evening there will be exciting safaris with guides. You may also visit Bamani Dadar, popular for offering amazing sunset views. Kanha is a popular among tourists who opt for Central India holidays.


This National Park is the former game reserve of the Maharajas of Rewa, along with its rich flora and fauna. This park is also known for its mythological connection to the epic Ramayana. Due to its rich and diverse wildlife and varied topography, thick Sal forest and tall grassland this park is popular among the tourist. You can pick from jeep/elephant safari. During the safari you might spot Sloth Bear, Chinkara, Leopard, Dhol, Chausingha, Black Stork, Whistling Teal, Spotted Dove, Bush cat, and Rock Pigeon and so on. In total it has 22mamal species and 250 avi fauna species. Do not miss exploring the ancient Bandhavgarh fort.

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