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  • Witness river Narmada dive from 98 ft. to create Dhuandhar waterfall
  • Dunna nature park is one of the biggest nature parks with an area of 1500 hectares
  • Experience the magical illusion by nature at balancing rock
  • Visit the point where Mahatma Gandhi's ashes were immersed at Tilwara Ghat

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According to the most popular legend, the meaning of the name "Jabalpur" is said to have been named after the sage Jabali, who is thought to have meditated on the banks of the Narmada. In Arabic, Jabal refers to a rocky landscape.

PLACES TO VISIT IN JABALPUR

Here are some of the most visited and famous places in Jabalpur that should be on your list while visiting the heart of India.

Marble Rocks of Bhedaghat

The sacred Banganga-Narmada confluence is located in the small village of Bhedaghat. The name Bhedaghat comes from the word "bheda" which the local people associate with the existence of sangam (confluence).

For many years, the location served as a sacred site for various rites. It was formerly called Bhairava ghati and served as a tantrik peeth. According to legend, this is where the well-known sage Bhrigu spent many years worshipping Lord Shiva.

The Marble Rocks of Bhedaghat soar high in sparkling splendor, rising to 100 feet on both sides of the river Narmada. The bright whiteness occasionally has pink, blue, and azure veins running across it. The river here flows silently between the tall cliffs of magnesium limestone, which the Imperial Gazetteer refers to as "the tortuous gorge of white marble." The natural beauty of this place can move anyone with the serene views, sun gleaming on the marble-white pinnacles and its dappled shadows on the clear waters.

Chausath Yogini Temple

The Chausath Yogini Temple is built on the hilltop and is approached by a wide flight of steps formed from the remains that were here before the Yogini Temple was built.

The temple is a circular building partially open to the sky, with eighty-one peripheral chapels housing images of the sixty-four yoginis and other deities. It was constructed by the Kalachuri king Yuvarajadeva I in the 10th century.

A tall, circular wall encircles the temple which emphasizes its grandeur making it one of the most visited tourist places in Jabalpur. It is the largest yogini temple in India, with an exterior circumference of 41m.

Balancing Rock Formation

The Balancing Rock formations in Jabalpur are essentially eroded from volcanic rock formations and have also withstood earthquakes of a Richter scale magnitude of up to 6.5. As per locals, nothing can disturb the equilibrium of these rocks. The area is surrounded by picturesque hillocks and makes great natural retreat for visitors. The rocks lie very close to the Madan Mahal Fort in Deotal. It is a popular selfie point among the tourists with backgrounds of these interesting rock formations.

Madan Mahal

On top of a hill, Madan Mahal or Rani Durgavati Fort served as one of the military strongholds till the 11th century. This fort has a significant architecture and is often visited by local tourists. You should make this one of your stops while exploring Jabalpur and take your time admiring the magnificent architecture.

Kachnar City Shiva Temple

One of the tallest statues of Lord Shiva, this temple has made Kachnar City a popular tourist and religious destination. The statue is 23 metres (76 feet) tall and sits on top of a cavern housing replicas of Shiva Lingams, or "Jyotirlingas." The 12 Jyotirlinga can be found in the caverns below Lord Shiva's statue. Regular ritual of evening Aarti is performed before the statue, however one should not miss to visit the place during Makar Sankranti.

Dumna Nature Park

Dumna Nature Reserve Park is a place to get in the lap of nature in Jabalpur. The Khandari Dam, located 10 km from Jabalpur, is close to the nature reserve, and spreads over an area of 1058 hectares.

Travellers adore spending time in the area to see wild creatures in their natural surroundings. Dumna National Reserve Park continues to flourish throughout the year, but you can preferably visit during monsoon season to witness lush green surroundings.

Waterfalls near Jabalpur 

Dhuandhar fall.

The word "Dhuandhar" means stream of smoke. Here, the Narmada River departs its broad course and plunges spectacularly into the valley below, dropping from a height of 30 feet (9 metres). The name, "Dhuandhar," derives from the strength of the plummet, which causes water droplets to ascend in a concentrated mass that gives the appearance of smoke or vapour.

The amount of water is such that it gushes down with a roar even in winter when monsoons have passed. The best viewpoint is from the three lookouts constructed just atop the falls. It's an experience unlike any other to be standing next to the falls, seeing the water pour down, and hearing it roar. You can drive up to the falls or descend from the closest bridge. A ropeway to the falls has been built, offering a magnificent view from the top making it one of the best waterfalls near Jabalpur.

Bhadbhada Waterfalls

A stunning place, Bhadbhada Waterfall is located in Jamtara hamlet, 17 km east of Jabalpur. Reaching the waterfall typically takes 43 minutes and it is also quite close to Bhopal. It is a wonderful location for photography and cinematography. It is a popular tourist destination and has beautiful scenery.

You can plan your stay at Kalchuri Residency   (Contact: 0761 - 2678491/92). The fall is situated at a distance of approximately 10 km from the hotel, which can be reached with a rented can from the property itself.

Nidan Falls

The Nidan waterfall trickles down on the rocks from a high altitude and it is located 30 km from Jabalpur. The waterfall is a beautiful sight to behold because of the way the rocks are naturally arranged to obstruct the water's harsh flow. You can walk to the falls, which are about a km from the main road. Although it is excellent year-round, the monsoon season offers the most beautiful scenery (July to September). It is approx. 43 km away from Kalchuri Residency and can be reached within an hour.

Ghughra Fall

The Ghughra falls is situated on the banks of the River Narmada, almost 17 km from Jabalpur city. The waterfall is situated in shallow water, and the water gushes through the rocks while flowing quickly. As the water gathers in a central area, the waterfall's shape becomes slightly arched inside, giving the water's flow an attractive look.

There are many offbeat places in and around Jabalpur to explore. Here are some of them.

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The Bargi Dam is the first-ever multipurpose project across the Narmada, and is located close to Bijora hamlet, about 40 km southwest of Jabalpur city. The Narmada Dam Project, which plans to build 30 sizable hydroelectric dams on the river, includes this dam which is a popular destination around Jabalpur. The most popular attraction of this place is the Cruise ride. Usually, the ride is for 45 minutes however, there is also an option of a six-hour cruise to Mandla.

Mandla Fort

Mandla, located 95 km south of Jabalpur, is often visited for its fort. The Mandla Fort was constructed in the late 17th century and in a loop of river Narmada in such a way that it is surrounded by water from three sides and a ditch on the fourth. Some of the fort's towers are still standing, however, it is currently blending into the jungle. Numerous temples are scattered along the riverbed of the Narmada nearby.

National Park of Fossils

The National Park of Fossils is located in the Dindori district, 85 km from Jabalpur. The Madhya Pradesh government established it in 1983 for the purpose of displaying and preserving the fossils, which were found in remains of several prehistoric species discovered in the state's numerous excavations. Despite its small size, the park is covered in floral fossils that date from roughly 40 to 150 million years ago making it an interesting place to visit near Jabalpur. These fossils are scattered across the park's seven villages in the Mandla District (Ghuguwa, Umaria, Deorakhurd, Barbaspur, Chanti-hills, Chargaon and Deori Kohani).

Best time to visit Jabalpur 

The city can be toured throughout the year, however, the best time to visit Jabalpur is during the monsoon season. Between July and September, the water cascading from the hills in and around Jabalpur will mesmerize you with its natural beauty.

How to reach Jabalpur?

The closest airport, Dumna Airport, is located 20 kilometres away from Jabalpur city. Through air travel, Jabalpur is well-connected to Mumbai, Delhi, Pune, Nagpur, Bhopal, and Indore.

Jabalpur Railway Station is a significant West Central Railway station. The DRM and General Manager Office is situated in Jabalpur. Jabalpur is easily accessible by rail from several major cities of the country.

Jabalpur has excellent road connectivity. Jabalpur is located along National Highway 7 which is well-connected to many major state and national highways.

Right from experiencing the surreal beauty of marble rocks, to enjoying the natural beauty at Dhuandhar waterfalls or attend the auspicious aarti at Gwarighat in the evening, you will have get to spend a holiday worth remebering.

Jabalpur also embrasses its travellers with historic points of interests. To name a few, you can visit the famous balancing rock, Rani Durgavati fort, Rani Durgavati museum etc. Don't forget to visit Kachnar city where around 76 feet tall Lord Shiva statue is a sight to behold.

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Loaded with havelis and jwellery shops, Sarafa bazar flourishes in dark where people feast on street food.

Street food at Chatori Gali

Who doesn't love filling the belly with some really tempting street food options. Head to Chatori Gali when in Jabalpur.

Ghamandi Lassi

Lassi is not just amazing in taste but it also comes with several health benefits. Don't forget to gulp on a glass of Ghamandi Lassi that you will get on any street side shop in Jabalpur.

Soapstone Artefacts

Your shopping in Jabalpur is incomplete if you don't buy yourself the beautiful Marble artefacts. One can see lamp shades of various shapes and sizes, god's idol, miniature house etc.

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You won?t believe your own eyes on seeing this magic trick by Mother Nature, which stood as it is even in an earthquake of 6.5 magnitude.

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Bargi dam with its huge reservoir offers amusing water activities with breath-taking views of clear blue water.

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A steep flight of 108 stairs and you will be awe-struck by this 10th century temple with a massive diameter of 125 feet.

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Here, river Narmada falls from a dizzying height of 98 ft. and magically turns to clouds of refreshing smoke.

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Spread across a vast 1058 hectares, this nature park is home to exotic flora and fauna.

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Experience the divine Narmada aarti at the Gwarighat in Jabalpur.

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Kachnar City

The grand idol of lord Shiva dominates the skyline of Kachnar City near Jabalpur.

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Madan Mahal Fort

Standing strong at a height of 500m, this 11th century fort of Gond regime, offers an excellent view of Jabalpur.

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Pisanhari ki Madiya

Folk says this beautiful Jain pilgrim centre was built 500 years ago by a poor lady who used to grind flour.

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Rani Durgavati Museum

Built in the memory of Queen Durgavati, this museum houses stunning sculptures reflecting the unique Kalachuri art.

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Tilwara Ghat

Tilwara Ghat is where the ashes of Mahatma Gandhi were immersed.

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MPT Kalchuri Residency, Jabalpur

Price: INR 3590 - 3990 Phone: (0761) 2678491

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Amrai Village Stay, Indrana

Price: 1000-2000(Dynamic) Phone: 9425325659

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Takht hazara - vijan mahal, multi cuisine.

Phone : 9109178972

Takht Hazara is a multi-cuisine and fine dining restaurant in the centre of Jabalpur. It's set in motion by vivid interiors, plush furnishings, embellished by the finest of crafts and renowned artworks. Amidst warm and soothing ambience, relish the flavours of mouth-watering delicacies and sumptuous spreads crafted by the finest chefs in India.

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THE JUNGLE COOK

Phone : 098931 30969

Jungle Cook is designed to enchant its audience. They love the thrill on their plate, along with a touch of mystery and wonder. The thyme restaurant has a lunch and dinner buffet menu, and it is a true delight for every hungry foodie.

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Breathtaking Bhedaghat (27 KM)

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Royal Bandhavgarh (160 KM)

Bandhavgarh is a place of mythological and legendary significance. The ancient Bandhavgarh Fort is of great importance as it is believed to have been gifted by Lord Rama to his younger brother

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Country: india | state: madhya pradesh, #100 of 21 places to visit in madhya pradesh | places to visit in india, ideal trip duration: 1-2 days, base station: jabalpur, nearest city to jabalpur: jabalpur, best time to visit jabalpur: september to march, peak season: november to february, jabalpur weather: summer: maximum - 43° and minimum - 20° c winter: maximum - 28° c and minimum - 4° c.

At a distance of 99 km from Narsinghpur, 100 km from Katni, 203 km from Satna, 210 km from Chhindwara, 246 km from Tikamgarh, 265 km from Khajuraho, 315 km from Bhopal, 447 km from Gwalior, 515 km from Indore, and 516 km from Ujjain, Jabalpur is a city situated on the banks of Narmada River in Madhya Pradesh. It is one of the popular places to visit in India , and among the must-include places in Madhya Pradesh tour packages . Formerly known as Jubbulpore, Jabalpur is an important industrial and business hub of Madhya Pradesh. According to the 2011 census, it is the third-largest urban agglomeration in Madhya Pradesh and the administrative headquarters of Jabalpur district. The Madhya Pradesh High Court is located in Jabalpur. It is generally accepted that the game of Snooker originated in Jabalpur. The city is known for the marble rocks on the river Narmada at Bhedaghat, among the must-visit places as part of Jabalpur tour packages . Jabalpur is said to be the Tapasya Bhoomi of the sage Jabali, from whom the name Jabalpur is derived. Jabalpur was a part of the Maurya Empire as the Ashokan relics date back to 300 BCE, have been found in that place. After the decline of the Mauryan empire, the city was ruled by the Satavahana dynasty. Later, the region was ruled locally by the Bodhis and the Senas, following which it became a vassal state of the Gupta Empire (320 to 550). From 675 to 800, the region was ruled by the Kalachuri Dynasty from Karanbel. In the 16th century, the city was ruled by the Gonds and then taken over by the Marathas in the 17th century. The British defeated the Marathas in the 19th century and made Jabalpur the headquarter of the Nerbudda territories. After independence, Jabalpur became a free province in the state of Madhya Pradesh and is now one of the fast-developing cities of Madhya Pradesh. Jabalpur is sure to amaze you with its diverse range of attractions. From historical structures standing as proof of the city's imperial past to some of nature's most breathtaking spectacles, it has something for everyone. Dhuandhar Falls, Marble Rocks, Madan Mahal Fort, Balancing Rocks, Bargi Dam, Chausath Yogini Temple, Lord Shiva Statue, Sangram Sagar Lake, etc., are some of the top places to visit in Jabalpur . Besides, the city is famous for its durry designs which is a craft form where carpets are handmade from cotton and wool. Referred to as the cultural capital of Madhya Pradesh, all the major Indian festivals are celebrated in Jabalpur in their own unique way where people from throughout the city participate in the festivals to make it a grand success. Navratri and the Dussehra are the two very important festivals celebrated with great zest and grandeur. About 13 km away, Jabalpur Airport is the nearest airport that has well-connected flights from Mumbai, Kolkata, New Delhi, and Hyderabad. Jabalpur Junction Railway Station is the nearest railhead that has well-connected trains from Surat, Katni, Allahabad, Puri, Mysuru, Rewa, Patna, Udhna, Hubballi, Bhagalpur, Guwahati, Mumbai, Secunderabad, Gorakhpur, Indore, Amarkantak, Pune, Varanasi, Lucknow, Chitrakoot, Ahmedabad, Darbhanga, Itarsi, Agartala, Kota, Tirunelveli, Haridwar, Vadodara, Rajkot, and Coimbatore. ISBT Jabalpur is the nearest bus station which is 7 km from Jabalpur Junction. It has well connected with major cities like Nagpur, Indore, Bhopal, Pune, Aurangabad, Kanha, and Bandhavgarh by regular interstate bus service. September to March is the best time to visit Jabalpur when the temperatures are low, and the climate is very much pleasant. Summers must be avoided as the region experiences soaring temperatures. If you are fond of rains then monsoon is another suitable season to visit Jabalpur however most national parks are closed during this season.

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#1 of 18 Places to Visit in Jabalpur

At a distance of 20 km from Jabalpur, Dhuandhar Falls is a scenic waterfall located at Bhedaghat near Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. Also known as Smoke Cascade, it is one of the stunning waterfalls in India , and among the must-visit places as part of Jabalpur tour packages . Formed by the holy Narmada River, Dhuandhar falls is one of the major attractions in Jabalpur. The waterfall cascades from a height of 98 feet that gives mesmerizing views to the tourists. The word Dhuandhar is derived from two Hindi words- Dhuan means smoke and Dhar means flow meaning a waterfall where we get a smoke flow-like feeling. The tremendous force with which the waters of Narmada cascade down the rocky surface lends the fall its name Smoke Cascade. The sight of the Narmada River cascading down from a great height is a sight to behold. The white water pummels down to form a gorge known as the Marble .....

Marble Rocks

Marble Rocks

#2 of 18 Places to Visit in Jabalpur

At a distance of 21 km from Jabalpur, the Marble Rocks is a natural site along the Narmada River in Bhedaghat near the city of Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. It is one of the scenic natural places to visit in Madhya Pradesh, and among the most popular places to visit in Jabalpur . The Marble Rocks is a gorge along the Narmada River's 1,077 km path through Madhya Pradesh and is one of the most spectacular natural sites in India. The marble rocks at Bhedaghat rise to a height of 100 feet and spread across 25 km. These marbles stones reflect sunlight and cast shadows on the pristine water of Narmada, creating a serene and spellbinding environment. Much like magnesium limestone rocks, these marble rocks cast different colours in different lights and look especially beautiful in the moonlight. A boat ride to Marble Rocks from Panchvati ghat on the Narmada River is an experience one cannot forget as you .....

Chausath Yogini Temple

Chausath Yogini Temple

#3 of 18 Places to Visit in Jabalpur

At a distance of 21 km from Jabalpur, Chausath Yogini Temple is a Hindu temple situated at Bhedagaht near Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. Situated near Dhuandhar Falls, it is one of the oldest heritage sites in India , and among the must-visit places as part of Jabalpur packages . Mainly dedicated to Goddess Durga, the Chausath Yogini Temple was built in the 10th century by the Kalachuris kings and it still stands tall atop a hill, enticing tourists and devotees from different parts of India. As the name ('Chausath' meaning sixty-four) suggests, the temple has 64 shrines built along the walls of its circular premises, each containing a carved figure of a Yogini, and a central shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. The Kalachuri-built structure had only the Yoginis while the central shrine dedicated to Lord Shiva and his consort Goddess Parvati was built around two years .....

Madan Mahal Fort

Madan Mahal Fort

#4 of 18 Places to Visit in Jabalpur

At a distance of 7 km from Jabalpur Junction, Madan Mahal Fort is an ancient fort located in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. Perched atop a rocky hill, it is one of the popular places of heritage in Madhya Pradesh , and among the best Jabalpur places to visit . Madan Mahal Fort was built by Raja Madan Shah in 1116 AD, and it stands as a testament to the Gond rulers who once ruled the city. This small fort originally served as a military post and a watchtower. The rulers used to keep a good watch upon the attackers or enemies from this tower. It is also known as Rani Durgavati Fort as it is well associated with the Gond Queen Rani Durgavati and her son Madan Shah. Rani Durgavati died while fighting the Mughals and hailed as a martyr in Indian history. She also built numerous temples and tanks scattered around Jabalpur chiefly around her Garha principality. The .....

Balancing Rock

Balancing Rock

#5 of 18 Places to Visit in Jabalpur

At a distance of 7 km from Jabalpur Junction, Balancing Rock is a naturally occurring geological formation in Jabalpur. Situated on the way to Madan Mahal Fort, it is one of the interesting places to visit during your Jabalpur trip . Also called Precarious Boulder, Balancing Rock is a miraculous wonder of nature located at the base of Madan Mahal Fort. It is actually an offshoot of eroded volcanic rock. One rock is balanced on a huge base rock and only touches it slightly. The point of contact between the two rocks is only 6 sq inches. These are balanced in a way that no external force can disturb this balance may it be wind, storm, rain or earthquake, or mechanical force. In fact, this huge independent rock has sustained the impact of an earthquake in 1997 that measured as high as 6.5 on the Richter Scale. The unusual topography at the site has made it a popular attraction among locals and tourists. Besides, the archaeologists .....

Rani Durgavati Museum

Rani Durgavati Museum

#6 of 18 Places to Visit in Jabalpur

At a distance of 2 km from Jabalpur Junction, Rani Durgavati Museum is a museum located in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. Situated near Bhawartal Garden, it is one of the famous places of sightseeing in Jabalpur . Rani Durgavati Museum was established in 1976 in memory of the valiant Gond queen Rani Durgavati, who sacrificed her life fighting for her mother land. The museum houses a beautiful collection of ancient coins, prehistoric relics, and copper and stone inscriptions. From detailed photographs of Mahatma Gandhi to fine sculptures from Chausath Yogini Temple, one can get to see a plethora of things in this museum. If you are an art lover, a visit to this museum must be on your list of the things to do in Jabalpur. The building of the Durgavati museum is double-storeyed and eye-catching. There are several galleries in the museum namely Shaiva gallery, Vaishnava gallery, Jaina Gallery, Index Gallery, .....

Kachnar City Lord Shiva Statue

Kachnar City Lord Shiva Statue

#7 of 18 Places to Visit in Jabalpur

At a distance of 8 km from Jabalpur Junction, Kachnar Shiva Statue is a giant Shiva statue located in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. Situated in Kachnar City, it is one of the biggest Shiva statues in India, and among the must include places in Jabalpur sightseeing packages . The charismatic idol of Lord Shiva is nestled in the Kachnar city and is reckoned among the most sacred tourist spots in Jabalpur. The statue is about 76 feet tall and is truly a sight to behold. Built by Arun Tiwari, the construction of the statue began in the year 2001 and was made available to the general public in the year 2006. The statue is built under the open sky on the cavern which has the replicas of the 12 Jyotirlingas and these 12 Lingam has been collected from various shrines of Lord Shiva throughout the country. The statue of Nandi, the sacred vehicle of Lord Shiva has been constructed right in front of Lord Shiva's statue. The jet water from .....

Pisanhari Ki Madiya

Pisanhari Ki Madiya

#8 of 18 Places to Visit in Jabalpur

At a distance of 9 km from Jabalpur Junction, Pisanhari ki Madiya is a well-known Jain pilgrimage center located in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. Situated near Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Medical college, it is one of the important places to visit in Jabalpur, especially for Jains. Located on top of a 300 feet high hill, Pisanhari ki Madiya was built in the year 1442 CE by a poor woman named Pishanhari. According to legend, Pisanhari was a poor woman who saved enough money by grinding flour on a hand-driven stone grinder to construct the temple. To pay her a befitting tribute, this temple was named Pisanhari ki Madiya which can be translated to the woman preparing wheat flour on a hand-operated stone mill. A statue of Pisanhari is at the temple's entrance, and the quern stones or grinding stones are still kept on top of the entrance gate of the temple. Covers an area of about 18 acres, the Pisanhari ki Madiya temples is a complex of 13 smaller temples including the Samavsaran .....

Gwarighat

#9 of 18 Places to Visit in Jabalpur

At a distance of 9 km from Jabalpur Junction, Gwarighat is a bathing ghat situated on the banks of the holy Narmada River in the Gwarighat suburb of Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. It is one of the many sacred ghats on Narmada River banks, and among the important places to visit in Jabalpur . Gwarighat serves as a famous ghat of Narmada River. The presence half-submerged temple dedicated to Maa Narmada made this place even more special. Although half of the temple always drowns in water, it does not stop the temple's devotees from offering daily prayers and holding beautiful aarti in the evening which is attended by a huge number of people. Hindus perform their cremation rites here due to the presence of Narmada Sidh Kund, near Uma Ghat, wherein renowned Rishis performed Tapas. The most beautiful ghat of the sacred Narmada river and famous for its temples such as Shri Ramlala Mandir, Ganesh Mandir, .....

Dumna Nature Reserve Park

Dumna Nature Reserve Park

#10 of 18 Places to Visit in Jabalpur

At a distance of 8 km from Jabalpur Junction, Dumna Nature Reserve is an eco-tourism site located in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. Situated near Jabalpur Airport, it is one of the beautiful Jabalpur tourist places . Spread over an area of 1058 hectares, Dumna Nature Reserve Park is home to a wide range of flora and fauna. Dumna is among the most well preserved ecological habitats in an urban area and it is also a catchment area for the Khandari Lake which is an important source of drinking water supply to the city of Jabalpur. The Khandari Dam was constructed in the year 1883 under J.H. Morris, Chief Commissioner of the Central Provinces and Berar. Since then, the forested area provides rainwater to feed the Khandari Reservoir. The place, along with Lower Gaur forest, is described in Captain James Forsyth's 'Highlands of Central India' as a favored place for tiger shoots for British officers. The .....

Tilwara Ghat

Tilwara Ghat

#11 of 18 Places to Visit in Jabalpur

At a distance of 14 km from Jabalpur Junction, Tilwara Ghat is a sacred ghat located in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. Situated on the banks of river Narmada, it is one of the famous places to visit as part of Jabalpur tour . Tilwara Ghat is one of the best-developed ghats of the Narmada river in Jabalpur. Tilwara Ghat has got its significance from the days of the Indian freedom struggle when Mahatma Gandhi used to come over to the ghat during his stay in Jabalpur. It is also the place where the mortal remains of Mahatma Gandhi were immersed after his death. To commemorate the event, a memorial is also built at the same place. It was also at this place that the opening session of the Tripuri Congress was held in 1936. It took place in a red dome-shaped structure and even now you can see the flag of India hoisted here. Famous for its natural beauty and historical importance, this place is considered as holy as the river Ganga and .....

Hanumantal Bada Jain Mandir

Hanumantal Bada Jain Mandir

#12 of 18 Places to Visit in Jabalpur

At a distance of 3 km from Jabalpur Junction, Hanumantal Bada Jain Mandir is a historical temple located in Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. Situated near Hanuman Tal, it is one of the most visited tourist places in Jabalpur. Hanumantal Bada Jain Mandir is a place of worship in the Jain religion situated on the waterfront of Hanuman Taal. The temple was established in 1686 and was renovated once in the 19th century and has stood the test of time since. The temple houses 22 shrines making it the largest independent functioning Jain temple in India. The temple houses several images from the Kalachuri period (10-12th century), including an ornately crafted image of Lord Adinath. It also has many Mughal period, Maratha period, and British period images, along with those installed after India's Independence. The temple appears like a fortress with numerous shikharas. The Hanumantal Bada Jain Mandir has 22 shrines dedicated to various deities in the Jain religion, including one sanctum .....

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1. Dhuandhar Falls

Dhuandhar Falls

15 km from city center 1 out of 20 Places To Visit in Jabalpur

The Dhuandhar Falls, fall in Jabalpur district in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. The Falls are located on Narmada River in Bhedaghat and are 10 meter high. The Narmada River, makes its way through the world-famous Marble Rocks, narrows down and then plunges in a waterfall known as Dhuandhaar. The plunge, which creates a bouncing mass of mist, is so powerful that its roar is heard from a far distance. And the energy produced may be used in Hydro-electric power plant.

2. Boat ride to Bhedaghat

Boat ride to Bhedaghat

16 km from city center 2 out of 20 Places To Visit in Jabalpur

From Panchvati Ghat to Bhedaghat, one can enjoy ride on a motorboat from the morning 7am to 7pm on a 22km path. The whole way is very picturesque.

3. Sea World Water Park

Sea World Water Park

11 km from city center 3 out of 20 Places To Visit in Jabalpur

Only water park in Jabalpur, this is a fun water park for children and teenagers. The fees are around Rs.100 per person and the timings are around midday to 5pm.

4. Bhedaghat Marble Rocks

Bhedaghat Marble Rocks

16 km from city center 4 out of 20 Places To Visit in Jabalpur

Situated 25 km away from the main city of Jabalpur on the banks of Narmada river, the marble rocks at Bhedaghat present a spectacular image to human eyes.

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5. Madan Mahal Fort

Madan Mahal Fort

5 km from city center 5 out of 20 Places To Visit in Jabalpur

Prettily nestled on the top of a rocky hill, the Madan Mahal Fort was built by Gond ruler, Raja Madan Shah in the year 1116 AD. This fort dominates the skyline and provides a panoramic view of the town and the country side around it.

6. Treasure Island

Treasure Island

6 km from city center 6 out of 20 Places To Visit in Jabalpur

Located in Bhim Nagar, this mall is one of the most famous malls in Jabalpur and it caters to all kinds of shopping needs.

7. Cable Car across Dhuandhar Falls

Cable Car across Dhuandhar Falls

15 km from city center 7 out of 20 Places To Visit in Jabalpur

To get from one side to another, there is a cable car which takes around Rs. 60 for a return trip. This ropeway gives a magnanimous view of this magnificent waterfalls.

8. Balancing Rock

Balancing Rock

5 km from city center 8 out of 20 Places To Visit in Jabalpur

The Balancing Rock formations of Jabalpur, which are basically eroded volcanic rock formations have also survived earthquakes of magnitude up to 6.5 on Richter scale. It is believed by the local people that nothing can disrupt the balance of these rocks.

9. Chausath Yogini Temple

Chausath Yogini Temple

9 out of 20 Places To Visit in Jabalpur

Located between the Bhedaghat and the Dhuandhar Falls, the Chausatyogini temple was built during the 10th century and is situated on the top of a hill rock.

10. Shopping in Jabalpur

Shopping in Jabalpur

1 km from city center 10 out of 20 Places To Visit in Jabalpur

Marble stone statues and souvenirs can be bought from Bhedaghat or some other souvenir shops inside the city. Otherwise Jabalpur is a modern city and there are multiple malls across the city to cater to all kinds of shopping needs.

11. Bargi Dam

Bargi Dam

25 km from city center 11 out of 20 Places To Visit in Jabalpur

Bargi Dam is a massive dam constructed on the river Narmada near Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh. Besides irrigation projects and power generation, the dam is also used for tourism purposes. The backwaters of the dam have been changed into a lake; boating and other water activities are practised there. A gorgeous resort has also been established at the site.

12. Rani Durgavati Museum

Rani Durgavati Museum

2 km from city center 12 out of 20 Places To Visit in Jabalpur

A museum having letters and photographs of Mahatma Gandhi and sculptures from Chausath Yogini Temple, this museum is located near the Russell Chowk. The museum's name is coming from Queen Durgavati and it houses a beautiful gallery of Adivasi culture and artifacts.

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13. Pisanhari Ki Madiya

Pisanhari Ki Madiya

7 km from city center 13 out of 20 Places To Visit in Jabalpur

Pisanhari Ki Madiya is a Jain pilgrimage centre located amidst lush greenery in mesmerising hilly region near Netaji Subhash Chandra Medical College in Jabalpur. The temple is revered by the Digambara sect of Jainism and is considered at least 500 years old. The shrine can be reached by climbing a flight of 150 steps and also has accomodation facilities for pilgrims.

14. Dumna Nature Reserve

Dumna Nature Reserve

7 km from city center 14 out of 20 Places To Visit in Jabalpur

Dumna Nature Reserve Park is a popular ecotourism site and a very popular tourist attraction in Jabalpur. Dumna Nature Reserve boasts of rich flora and fauna and a variety of avian species. Besides, it has recreation activities like swimming, fishing, toy train rides etc. The park also has tent houses and guest resorts are available for accommodation of the guests.

15. Tilwara Ghat

Tilwara Ghat

10 km from city center 15 out of 20 Places To Visit in Jabalpur

Tilwara Ghat is amongst the most important ghats in Jabalpur located on the banks of river Narmada. The ghat is well-maintained and holds historical significance; hence, it is also a prominent tourist spot. Besides several temples, the ghat also has a very famous attraction Marble Rocks nearby and is close to Dhuandhar Falls.

16. Bhawartal Garden

Bhawartal Garden

2 km from city center 16 out of 20 Places To Visit in Jabalpur

Located in the heart of the Jabalpur city in Old Napier Town, Bhawartal Garden is a public park replete with slides, swings, toy trains and verdant greenery all around. The park is popular amongst the elderly for yoga sessions and early morning walks. And during the day the park is thronged by kids and families for picnics and recreation.

17. Kankali Devi Temple

Kankali Devi Temple

40 km from city center 17 out of 20 Places To Visit in Jabalpur

Also known as Tigawa Temple, Kankali Devi Temple is a Hindu temple located in Tigawa village near Jabalpur. The temple is enshrined by Kankali Devi. The shrine boasts of brilliant architecture with an impressive sanctum sanctorum and a well defined pillared structure. The temple also has idols of Narsimha, Sheshashai Vishnu and Chamunda Devi.

18. Sangram Sagar Lake

Sangram Sagar Lake

7 km from city center 18 out of 20 Places To Visit in Jabalpur

Sangram Sagar Lake is a popular tourist spot in Jabalpur famous for migratory birds and exotic aquatic animals. Situated near Bajnamath Fort, the lake boasts of serene atmosphere and gorgeous locales. It also has boasting and fishing activities. People also come here to picnic amidst beautiful nature and green surroundings.

19. Sri Vishnu Varaha Mandir

Sri Vishnu Varaha Mandir

11 km from city center 19 out of 20 Places To Visit in Jabalpur

Sri Vishnu Varaha Mandir is a revered hindu temple in the village of Majholi in the Jabalpur district. The temple has an elephantine Varaha (boar incarnation of Lord Vishnu) behind a life sized idol of God Vishnu in Yogasana. The temple also enshrines idols of Ganesha, Kali, Hanuman etc and is visited by pilgrims all through the year.

20. Gwari Ghat

Gwari Ghat

7 km from city center 20 out of 20 Places To Visit in Jabalpur

Gwarighat is a tiny town near Jabalpur, located on the banks of river Narmada. The river banks is famous for hosting the beautiful evening aarti which attracts numerous pilgrims from far and wide. The ghat has a Sai Baba temple and a Sai Baba Ashram called Sai Dham. The village also has a gurudwara which is revered by Sikhs.

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Located on the bank of the river Narmada in Madhya Pradesh, Jabalpur is a perfect blend of splendid ghats, historical monuments and cultural structures. Here, the places like Madan Mahal Fort and Tilwara Ghat with their history and folklore are sure to amaze you. Romancing with the man-made marvels, there are also natural attractions like Dhuandhar waterfalls and the marble rocks that get you closer to nature. Coupled with this is the industrial makeover that makes the city a quintessential example of a traditionally contemporary tourist place for the explorers of the world.

Jabalpur lets you travel back in time and witness the past glory of the place. Come here and experience all the colours of the land starting from snowy falls to the spiritualistic lakes. Check out some of the top Jabalpur tourist places and know about what they offer you. 

Here are some of the best places to visit in Jabalpur:

Dhuandhar falls.

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Marble Rocks At Bhedaghat

Marble Rocks At Bhedaghat

The marble rocks, one of the loved Jabalpur tourist places are situated at a distance of 25 km from the city centre along the banks of the river Narmada. These rocks offer an amazing delight to the senses by creating a serene and enthralling scenic beauty. The best part of these rocks is the illusions that they give rise to different colours in different lights. Tourists love to witness these rocks in the beautiful full moonlight. This will surely be a once in a lifetime experience for you. Location: Marble Rocks in Jabalpur lie along the Narmada River. Price: You need to pay INR 300 per boat to go inside the Narmada River and sight the Marble Rocks. Timing: Marble Rocks can be visited by a boat from 6 AM to 8:30 PM. Best Time to Visit: The best time to visit the Marble Rocks will be in the course of the winter season.

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Lord Shiva Statue At Kachnar City

Lord Shiva Statue At Kachnar City

The lord shiva statue in Jabalpur is 76 feet tall and the design of the same will keep you awestruck. This huge idol is situated in the age-old city of Kachar. This is termed as one of the most popular and widely held religious sites in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. The statue has 12 shiva lingams from all the major Shiva temples in the country. A trip to this place will surely behold you in its serenity and holiness. Location: The lord shiva statue is located at Kachar city, Jabalpur. Price: The entry for tourists at this place is free of cost. Timing: You can come over to this place from 7 AM to 8:30 PM. Best Time to Visit: Lord Shiva statue in Jabalpur can be visited all over the year.

Chausat Yogini Temple

Chausat Yogini Temple

One of the oldest heritage sites in the country, Chausat Yogini Temple was built in the 10th century by the Kalachuri kingdom, and still stands tall, enticing tourists and devotees from different part of India and beyond. This is one of the four Chausat Yogini Temples in India and is one of the major places to visit in Jabalpur.

The revered temple is adorned by the idols of Yoginis, Lord Shiva and Goddess Durga. The design of the temple is simple yet captivating. Though the temple has been partially damaged, its magical aura is still intact. The hilltop location of this temple adds serenity to the experience of being here and offers breathtaking views of the natural beauty that surrounds this site.

Timings : 7 AM to 8:30 PM

Location : Bhedaghat, Jabalpur

Distance from Jabalpur Bus Stand : 25 km

No matter if you are visiting Madhya Pradesh to explore its rich wildlife or to take a plunge into the ocean of divinity here, historical places should be a part of your itinerary.

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Madan Mahal Fort

Madan Mahal Fort

Madam Mahal Fort was constructed by the famous Gond Ruler, Raja Madan Shah. The fort built in the year 1116 AD stands tall on the top of the hill dominating the skyline and offering a wonderful view of the township. Tourists love the picturesque scenery it offers from a height. Location: Madan Mohal Fort is located at Kalimath Mandir Amanpur, Madan Mahal Fort, Shukla Nagar, Ranipur, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. Price: The entry inside the Madan Mahal Fort is free for all tourists. Timing: The Madan Mahal Fort remains open from 7 AM to 6:30 PM. Best Time to Visit: There is no best time to visit the Madan Mahal Fort. You will find this place always ready to enthral you by its magical charm.

Bajnamath Mandir

Bajnamath Mandir

The Bajnamath Mandir is widely known as a Tantric Temple and it happens to be very popular among the Gondashakas. The temple was built during the reign of Gond ruler Sangram Shah in the kalturi’s period. The best part of the temple is its intricate structural design that displays the exemplary artisanship of that time. Location: Bajnamath Mandir is located at Tilwara ghat road, Ahead of Medical College, Garha, Madhya Pradesh. Price: There is no entry fee for visiting the Bajnamath Mandir. Timing: The Bajnamath Mandir opens from 8 AM in the morning to 6 PM in the evening for visitors. Best Time to Visit: There is no best time to visit Bajnamath Mandir in Jabalpur. You can come to this place all over the world. But you should make sure that you don’t come here in the summer season as the temperature can go up to 41 degree Celsius.

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Bhawartal Garden

Bhawartal Garden

Bhawartal Garden, situated in the heart of the city centre of Jabalpur is a very popular destination for children and age-old adults as well. The garden is ornamented with a number of slides, toy trains, and swings. The garden hosts early morning yoga and fitness sessions. It is also one of the most loved places to visit in Jabalpur for arranging get-togethers and picnics. Location: Bhawartal Garden is located at Old Napier Town, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. Price: The entry fee for visitors visiting the Bhawartal Garden is INR 20. Timing: The garden opens at 10 AM in the morning and closes at 6 PM in the evening. Best Time to Visit: Bhawartal Garden can be visited all through the year. The garden remains bustling with lush greenery and entices tourists from all over the country.

Balancing Rocks

Balancing Rocks

These rock formations in Jabalpur happen to be the result of the volcanic rock formations. They have survived earthquakes of the magnitude 6.5 and as per the local belief; nothing in this world can disturb the balance of these rocks. All these make it one of the best places to visit in Jabalpur. Location: The balancing rocks are situated at the base of the Madan Mahal Fort, Jabalpur. Price: The entry fee for balancing rocks is INR 100 per tourist. Timing: This place can be visited between 6 AM and 8 PM. Best Time to Visit: Balancing rocks offer amazing sights all over the year. You can reach the base of the Madan Mahal Fort and take a tour of this place any time of the year.

Pench National Park

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It is one of those places in Madhya Pradesh where spirituality presides with a beautiful touch of tranquillity. Located on the banks of the river Narmada, it is a small town with huge religious importance among Hindus and devotees of Sai Baba. The town is also associated with the founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak, and houses a famous Sikh temple.

Spend some quality time enjoying boating in the calm waters of Narmada River and partake in the auspicious ritual of Narmada Aarti on the river bank. Gwarighat can be considered for a weekend getaway where you can immerse yourself in the beautiful shades of divinity and serenity, leaving behind the tiring tantrums of your daily routine.

Timings: 9 AM to 6 PM

Location : Gwarighat

Distance from Jabalpur Bus Stand : 14 km

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Rani Durgawati Fort

Rani Durgawati Fort

Rani Durgavati Fort had been one of the military outposts up until the 11th century on top of a hill. This fort is known all over the world for its amazing balancing rock formation. This should be one of the places to visit in Jabalpur and you should spend a considerable amount of time witnessing the architectural marvel. Location: Rani Durgawati Fort is situated at Gurudev Colony, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. Price: There is no entry fee for tourists visiting this fort. Timing: The Rani Durgawati Fort opens from 8:45 AM in the morning and closes at 5:45 PM in the evening. Best Time to Visit: The best time to visit the Rani Durgawati Fort is in the winter season as the summers are very hot in Jabalpur.

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Sangram Sagar Lake

Sangram Sagar Lake

One of the best places to visit in Jabalpur, Sangram Sagar Lake serves as an excellent weekend getaway for people seeking an escape from the monotony of city life. Indulge in the fun of boating here, and admire the natural charm of the surrounding landscapes, adorned by the presence of migratory birds that find their home here.

There is a historical fort called Bajnamath Fort, built by King Sangram Shah by the lake, adding grace to the beauty of this place with its brilliant architecture. Besides, an ancient temple by the lake also attracts thousands of devotees to this lake all through the year. Thus, does not matter if you are seeking serenity, spirituality or a walk into the history, Sangram Sagar Lake is an ideal place for sightseeing in Jabalpur.

Timings : 8 AM to 5 PM

Distance from Jabalpur Bus Stand : 15 km

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Hanumantal Jain Mandir

Hanumantal Jain Mandir

A site with great spiritual and historical prominence, Hanumantal Jain Mandir is frequented by tourists and devotees in great numbers. This Jain temple, owing to its eye-catching architecture and the images from Kalachuri period it houses, is one of the most revered ones among Jabalpur tourist places.

The temple is considered one of the most revered religious sites among the followers of Jainism. The temple was originally built in 1686 and then renovated in the 19th century. The temple complex encompasses a series of temples. The presence of a lake, Hanuman Tal, makes the location of the temple all the more picturesque. Besides, the temple also has a Dharamshala to accommodate the devotees visiting it.

Timings : 24 hours

Location : Hanumantal Road, Jabalpur

Distance from Jabalpur Bus Stand : 2 km

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Tagore Garden

Tagore Garden

Tagore Garden is situated close to the RD Mall, Jabalpur and happens to be one of the best places to visit in Jabalpur for morning walks. Every single morning you can find a number of joggers and fitness enthusiasts in the park carrying out their exercise. Tagore Garden is also a great place for children to play around with Mary goals, swings and slides. You will get all kinds of modern amenities in the park starting from excellent parking facilities and well-maintained footpaths. Location: Tagore Garden is located at Mall Rd, Malhotra Compound, South Civil Lines, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. Price: The entry fee for visiting the Tagore garden is INR 10. Timing: The Tagore garden opens at 5 AM in the morning and closes at 6 PM in the evening. Best Time to Visit: This place can be visited all over the year. If you are coming to Jabalpur, you can find time early in the morning or late in the afternoon to come to this peaceful place. 

Dumna Nature Reserve Park

Dumna Nature Reserve Park

Dumna Nature Reserve Park happens to be a place in Jabalpur, which is home to a wide range of flora and fauna. The nature reserve is spread over an area of 1058 hectares near Khandari Dam, which is situated at a distance of 10 km from Jabalpur. Tourists love to spend time in the whereabouts of the place and witness the wild animals in their natural habitat. You should include Dumna nature reserve park as one of the places to visit in Jabalpur. Location: Dumna Nature Reserve Park is located at Airport Road, near IIITDM, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. Price: The entry for adults into the Dumna Nature Reserve Park is INR 20. Timing: Dumna Nature Reserve Park opens at 10:30 AM and closes at 6:30 PM. Best Time to Visit: Dumna National Reserve Park remains flourishing all over the year. Tourists love to spend time in a calm and peaceful environment in the middle of various flora and fauna.

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Bargi Dam is one of the beloved Jabalpur tourist places that happens to be an earthen dam that was constructed over the river Narmada to serve a wide range of activities and manage the flow of the river to generate hydroelectricity. The dam has a height of 226 foot and it extends over a length of 5.4 km. The construction of the dam was started in the year 1974 and it was completed in the year 1990. The dam, however, not only fulfils the agricultural needs of the state but it also happens to be one of the loved places to see in Jabalpur. Location: Bargi Dam is located close to the city of Jabalpur. Price: The entry inside the dam is free for all tourists. However, if you wish to go for cruise rides, you need to pay INR 90. Timing: The dam remains open for visitors from 10 AM to 6 PM. Best Time to Visit: You can come over to this dam at any time of the year. But it would be just amazing to come over to this place after the monsoons to witness the lush greenery all around the dam.

Hanuman Tal

Hanuman Tal

Hanuman Tal is a well-maintained lake in the city of Jabalpur that has been attracting tourists visiting the city. This place has also got some religious sentiments attached to it apart from just being a place of tourist attraction. As per the beliefs, Lord Hanuman had once upon a time stepped onto this place and the waterbody was created. Since then the waterbody is named as Hanuman Tal. Location: Hanuman Tal is located at Hanumantal Ward, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. Price: There is no entry fee for visiting this place. Timing: You can come over to this at any time of the day. Best Time to Visit: Hanuman tal will at all times be one of the must-visit places in the city of Jabalpur. Tourists love to come over to this place all over the year.

Tilwara Ghat

Tilwara Ghat

Tilwara Ghat has got its significance from the days of Indian freedom struggle when Mahatma Gandhi used to come over to the ghat during his stay in Jabalpur. It is also the place where the mortal remains of the Mahatma Gandhi were immersed. In order to commemorate the event, a memorial is also built at the same place. Location: Tilwara ghat is located in Jabalpur. Price: There is no entry fee for visiting this place. Timing: Tiwara Ghat is open 24 hours for visitors to come over and take away memories with them that will last for ages. Best Time to Visit: You can come over to this place at any time of the year with your loved ones

Pisanhari Ki Madiya

Pisanhari Ki Madiya

Pisanhari Ki Madiya that nestles in the middle  of the lush greenery is a place of worship that happens to be more than 500 years old and is revered by the Digambara sect of Jainism. In order to reach the place of worship, you need to climb up almost 150 steps. There are ample amounts of accommodation facilities for tourists coming from all over the world. Location: Pisanhari Ki Madiya is located at Medical Garha, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. Price: The entry into Pisanhari ki Madiya is free of cost. Timing: Pisanhari Ki Madiya remains open from 10 AM to 6 PM on all days except Sundays. Best Time to Visit: There is no best time to visit Pisanhari Ki Madiya. This amazing place entertains tourists all over the year.

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Vijayraghavgarh Fort

Vijayraghavgarh Fort

Jabalpur has a great collection of historical places to entice history buffs with its rich cultural history. Vijayraghavgarh Fort, located in the ancient town of Vijayraghavgarh is one of the best specimens offering an exploration into the history of this city. Built in the 19th century by King Prayag Das of Jabalpur Riyasat, Vijayraghavgarh Fort is a famous historical site in Jabalpur.

The fort was later captured by the British, and some of its parts were destroyed during the attack. Made of sandstone, this fort exhibits a modest yet compelling architecture. It constitutes many interesting places, namely Rang Mahal, Samadhi Sthal, Antah Puram and Sita Temple. The fort can be conveniently visited during a journey between Khajuraho and Bandhavgarh.

Timings: 10 AM to 5 PM

Location : Vijayraghavgarh Town, Katni

Distance from Jabalpur Bus Stand : Approximately 120 km

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Mala Devi Temple

Mala Devi Temple

This ancient temple, located on the edge of a hill is one of the prized possessions Jabalpur embraces dearly. Apart from offering a spiritual trip, this temple is also hailed as a great sightseeing spot. Locals and tourists frequent the temple alike. Mala Devi Temple was built in the 12th century and is dedicated to Goddess Mala Devi.

The temple displays beautiful architecture and intricate carvings. Besides, the hilltop position of the temple and its natural surroundings make this spot appear picturesque, which is further enhanced by Monsoon in the form of lush greenery. This is easily one of the best getaways around Jabalpur you can visit with families and friends.

Timings : 6 AM to 7 PM

Location : Gyaraspur, Vidisha

Distance from Jabalpur Bus Stand : 235 km

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  • 1.1 City life
  • 3.1 By plane
  • 3.2 By train
  • 4.1 By taxi
  • 5.1 Within the city
  • 5.2 Bhedaghat Area
  • 5.3 Bagri Dam Area
  • 9.1 Jabalpur
  • 9.2 Bhedaghat (Marble Rocks)

Jabalpur is a major city in Madhya Pradesh . Jabalpur is an ancient city in central India on the shores of the holy river Narmada and on the tributary plains of the Hiran, Gour, Ken and Sone rivers. This article also covers the small neighbouring villages of Bagri and Dumna .

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The Narmada River valley is famous for its Marble Rocks, a unique formation where the whole river flows for nearly 2 kilometers between varied coloured and tinted marble rocks with a deep water fall.

Pleasure resort and capital of the Gond Kings during the 12th century, Jabalpur was later the seat of the Kalchuri dynasty. The Marathas held sway over Jabalpur until 1817, when the British wrested it from them and left their impression on the spacious cantonment with its colonial residences and barracks. Today Jabalpur is an important administrative, industrial and business center of MP and India. Population wise ranks 27th in the country.

Jabalpur is an industrial city with a large component of defence industry and a lot of smaller cottage industry. It is a great education centre as well, with two universities, Rani Durgavati University and Jawaharlal Nehru Agricultural University, and with about 30 colleges with a range of faculties. It also has several engineering and medical colleges.

Vinoba Bhave , the modern saint philosopher of India, christened this city as Sanskar Dhani - the capital of various cultural influences. He was impressed by its cosmopolitan character and communal harmony. The city has a sizeable population of people from Bengal, Gujarat, Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and South India who live in total harmony and peace and add richness to the life in the city. One can also see the fusion of cultures in this city. The culture here is also reminiscent of British and Gond Tribes, which is now shaped by local businessman and engineers and doctors. Similar to some Mexican cities, families are very close-knit and often get together for ceremonies and festivals.

The best time to visit is September to March. Summers should be avoided. Rains are beautiful too if you live in a better location (July to September).

The people in this city are very artistic and culture-oriented. It is considered very friendly to sing songs for no reason at all. Unlike other cities in India, most educated people here are only good with Hindi and local variants of the language. English speaking population is generally employed in government institutes and their English could be old Shakespearean. Hence this city is the perfect place to dip into the central culture of India. People here generally listen to local radio as a part of their life.

You can eat pizza with youngsters at Domino's. However most people are likely not to eat it regularly as it is very unhealthy. City life is very moderate and relaxed. Most of the residents will wake up early and go for work and come back in evening to have a hearty dinner with family.

The native language of the Jabalpur area is Hindi , which also happens to be the main official language of the Union Government. Almost everybody in Jabalpur speaks Hindi, maybe with different accents. Educated people speak English and taxi and auto drivers, shopkeepers and other men attached to the tourism industry speak and understand functional English. Road signage is usually in English and Hindi, though some signage is in Hindi only.

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Jabalpur is well connected by air, train and road.

Air India operates daily flights from Delhi to Jabalpur. There is no direct flight from Mumbai. International travellers will be well connected to Jabalpur from the metro cities of Mumbai and Delhi.

Jabalpur is well-connected with superfast trains and express trains from Kolkata , Ahmedabad , Mumbai , Bhopal , Bandhavgarh (Umaria) , Jaipur , Lucknow , Chennai , Patna , Hyderabad , Bangalore , Pune , Goa , Vadodara , Jaipur , Nagpur , New Delhi , Varanasi & Patna .

The national highways (Varanasi-Kanyakumari Road NH7, Jabalpur-Jaipur Road NH12) passes through Jabalpur and there are daily bus services from Nagpur , Katni, Jaipur , Gwalior , Bhopal etc.

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You can rent a taxi to go to places like Bheraghat, Bandhavgarh and Kanha. These should be available at the Railway station or at the hotels. Cycle rickshaws are by far the most common means of transportation inside the city.

In order to hire a local taxi for local use in Jabalpur and nearby places visit local the bus-stand or the websites of Jabalpur travel agents. Before taking any taxi service it is necessary to take quotations from more than one taxi-providers. Also keep in mind the credibility of the taxi provider, if it is a registered operator or not, service level, credibility etc.

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Apart from places of tourist interest within the city, Jabalpur also offers a number of short excursions.

Within the city

  • Bade Mahaveer Ji Ka Mandir, Jain Mandir, Kamaniya Gate, and markets of Jabalpur , Bada Fawwara . Old markets and wholesale markets, all are here in nearby areas.  
  • 23.14847 79.90167 1 Balancing Rock . Jabalpur is also famous for eroded volcanic rock formations called as Balancing Rock of Jabalpur. Amazingly this rock survived even in earthquake of magnitude 6.5. It is said that it's impossible to disturb their balance.  
  • 23.10659 79.92557 3 Gwari Ghat . Nearest ghat of the Namada River to have a holy dip ( snan ) in Narmada. There is always a small mela present. At 19:30 every day, there is traditional Narmada aarti (worship ritual).  
  • Khandaari Jalashay Water Works . Small wildlife reserve and a beautiful dam, one source of drinking water to Jabalpur.  
  • 23.1415 79.88274 6 Sangram Sagar and Bajnamath ( Sangram Sagar Lake and ZBajinamath Mandir ). These medieval constructions were built by the famous Gond King, Sangram Shah, between 1480-1540.  
  • 23.10941 79.87431 7 Tilwara Ghat . From where Mahatma Gandhi's ashes were immersed in the Narmada, and venue of the open session of the Tripuri Congress in 1939.  

Bhedaghat Area

Bagri dam area.

In terms of distinctive local cuisine, Jabalpur does not have much to offer; however, as many cultures from around the country converge here, you can find many eateries in and around the town offering a wide variety of food.

The Chowpatti in Civic Centre is a low cost option that houses a number of food carts spread in a square and along the roads. These carts offer a range of food items such as Bhelpuri, Chowmein, and Pav Bhaaji.

There is a very famous Parathewali aunty near the railway station (platform 4 entrance). Her cheerful banter and delicious Parathas make it a hotspot for travelers and youngsters alike.

Haji - Basheer hotel, opposite Coffee House Sadar offers delicious and cheap mutton samosas and shami kebabs. Biryani (Mutton, Chicken, Chicken curry are some of the other additions to the menu but are not recommended.

Navneeta, Hotel Samdareeya, Hotel Roopali Inn, Indian Coffee House, Traffic Jam and Arihant Palace are nice restaurants for dinner, For those interested in fast food, there is Cafe Coffee Day and Dominoes Pizza. You can get some the best Indian-Chinese food at Clock Tower and Kamling.

At nights the small vendors near Fuhara serve tasty food and desserts like Lassi, Rabri and Khova Jalebi at Badkul , 471 Jawahar Ganj, Near Kamaniya Gate.

However Jabalpurians (residents of Jabalpur) are often friendly and reserved to foreign tourists. If you could make a friend here, chances are high that he/she will invite you to their home for food. Depending upon their social, educational and spiritual beliefs, the cuisine will differ considerably. In more noble families, smoking and drinking is considered strictly forbidden, the youngsters could help you out. Again drinking below the age of 18 is not allowed. In fact, drinking is seen as immoral for most of the well-educated families. For sure, the food in the city dwellings will not leave you unsatisfied.

  • Patbaba Mandir , GCF Estate ( Jabalpur-Kundam road passes thru this Defence Estate ), ☏ +91 7612712743 . A famous Hanuman Mandir atop the Patbaba Hill situated in the Gun Carriage Factory (Defence Establishment) Estate. The temple is being managed by the Factory Establishment with well developed gardens. 'Patbaba' the chief deity of the temple, is revered by the Jabalpurians as the Great Hanuman who fulfils their wishes. It is open to public from 6AM to 10PM.  
  • Indian Coffee House . Branches at Sadar Road, Super Market, Karamchand Square, Medical College and Bus Stand. ( updated May 2015 )
  • Mumbai Masala ( 9575000444 ), ☏ +91 761 2623945 . Bollywood themed restaurant, with delicious cuisines. ( updated Aug 2018 )
  • Vini's Bar , Naudra Bridge . A terrace bar, a good option.  
  • Currency exchange — There is a branch of State Bank of India located in Civil Lines where foreign travellers can exchange US dollars and euros mostly. The rates are standardized by SBI. However it might take awhile depending upon the processing speed of officials and not their computers. This is the safest and most economical way of exchanging money in the city.

you can also buy a few marble stone statues and souvenirs from Bheda ghat or some shops located near city Bengali club and bada fuhara (big fountain)

Jabalpur has a number of hotels within the city. The environs of the nearby tourist attractions of Bhedaghat (Marble Rocks), Bagri and Dumna also house hotels of MP Tourism.

  • 23.1658 79.9283 1 Hotel Satya Ashoka , ☏ +91 761 2415111 , [email protected] . The 4-star hotel is named after Emperor Ashoka. ( updated Jan 2016 )
  • 23.1627 79.954 2 Kalchuri Residency , Station Road, Jabalpur , ☏ +91 761 2678491 , +91 761 3269000 , [email protected] . Run by MPTDC. ( updated Jan 2016 )
  • 23.1646 79.959 3 Narmada Jacksons Hotel , ☏ +91 761 4001122 , +91 761 4025888 . A British-era hotel with all modern facilities. ( updated Jan 2016 )
  • 23.16284 79.94564 4 Rishi Regency Hotel ( Near Jabalpur Station ), ☏ +91 761 4046001 , [email protected] . Three-star hotel. ( updated Jan 2016 )

Bhedaghat (Marble Rocks)

  • 23.1308 79.8003 5 Motel Marble Rocks, Bhedaghat ( Next to the Bhedaghat ), ☏ +91 761 2830424 , +91 761 2903854 , [email protected] . Run by MPTDC the motel comes in with 11 AC rooms and 6 AC tents. ( updated Jan 2016 )
  • 22.9521 79.9406 6 Maikal Resort, Bargi , ☏ +91 94247 96839 , [email protected] . MPTDC property on the banks of Bargi Lake. Has 16 AC rooms. ( updated Jan 2016 )
  • 23.1755 80.0163 7 Kalchuri Huts, Dumna , Airport Road , ☏ +91 761 2678491 , +91 761 2678492 , [email protected] . Located in Dumna Natural Reserve, next to Khandari Lake. The resort contains only 2 huts. ( updated Jan 2016 )

The city is close to following places of interest:

  • Bandhavgarh National Park (164 km): This nearby national reserve forest has the highest density of tigers in the world, making it a good place to see a tiger in its natural habitat. It is in this valley where the white tiger was discovered.
  • Khajuraho (257 km): A group of magnificent temples, listed on UNESCO World Heritage List
  • Kanha National Park (165 km): Jabalpur is the nearest big city to this park, which is one of the biggest in India and has the distinction of successfully implementing Project Tiger, as part of the country's tiger conservation program. Every year the park attracts large numbers of tourists watching tigers from close proximity. The park was also the inspiration for the Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling.
  • Pench National Park (172 km): A forest known for tiger spotting
  • Pachmarhi (244 km): A hill station in Satpura Range with the touch of the Raj

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Jabalpur Tourism And Travel Guide

One of the most important cities in the state of Madhya Pradesh , Jabalpur has had a chequered history. The city historically has been considered a holy city from time immemorial partially because of the Narmada River acknowledged to have always been a holy river. The history of Jabalpur can be traced back to 300 BCE, during the period of Ashoka whose edicts have been found in the vicinity of Jabalpur in Rupnath, which is 84 km away.

This establishes the period of the Mauryan Empire ending in 185 BCE. The Satvahanas came next and their period ended in 220 CE. The Bodhis, Senas and then the Gupta Dynasty (320 to 550) followed. The Kalchuris came next during 6 th and 7 th centuries. Their descendants carried on till the power shifted to the Gondwana kings and then the Marathas who ruled from 1781 till the British East India Company took over. Tourism in Jabalpur is most interesting since there are monuments as well as natural sites for visitors. A travel guide to Jabalpur is placed below in brief.

How to Reach

How to Reach:  Jabalpur Tourism And Travel Guide

Jabalpur has fairly good roads. Cities such as Delhi , Kolkata or Mumbai are therefore well connected with Jabalpur if you would like to travel by road. To give an example, Jabalpur is around 830 km from Delhi and one can cover this distance in about 14 h. Mumbai, 1100 km away would take around 20 h to cover.

There are several fast trains connecting Jabalpur with other important cities such as Mumbai, Delhi and Kolkata. Mumbai is about 997 km from Jabalpur. The fastest train takes about 15 h to cover the distance. Howrah, 1152 km away takes about 15 h to cover this distance.

Jabalpur is presently connected with six cities by air. The airport is around 10 km away from the city and there are vehicles to reach you to the airport from the city. However, in case you do not have suitable flight conditions it is a better idea to take a train to Jabalpur.

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Weather and Best Time to Visit

Weather and Best Time to Visit:  Jabalpur Tourism And Travel Guide

Summer (March to June):

With temperatures soaring to 40 °C and beyond, Jabalpur is not comfortable for visitors to roam around and see places.

Monsoon (July to September):

It does rain quite a bit in Jabalpur during the monsoon period. Very high humidity and heavy rains can be expected in July-August period. The temperature could also be fairly high, around 37.8 °C .

Winter (October-February):

Jabalpur is absolutely wonderful in winter. The temperature is usually between a comfortable 27 °C and a cold 8 °C . However, if one is well covered, it will be quite comfortable to spend the days and nights in Jabalpur.

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Things to Do

Things to Do:  Jabalpur Tourism And Travel Guide

Pisanhari ki Madiya:

Pisanhari ki Madiya is a very attractive Jain temple located on an elevated feature near the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Medical College. Maintained extremely well, this is an amazingly peaceful place for one to spend some time in an atmosphere that is quiet and divine. Although reaching this place requires you to go on an uphill trudge and there are several steps before you can reach the temple, once on the top you feel very serene and calm. Along the way up there are benches to rest on so that you do not feel tired. 

Visit the awesome Gurudwara at Gwarighat:

This is a visit you will find memorable. Visit the beautiful gurudwara built to commemorate the visit of Guru Nanak. Join in the regular Guru ka Langar and take back warm memories of the day well spent.

Admire Madan Mahal Fort:

Built around 800 years ago, the Madan Mahal Fort is an architect’s delight. You will love it too with its watch tower and secret passages, the stable and the war rooms. When you reach the height at which the Fort is located you can see the area all around and below you. It’s an exhilarating feeling.

Enjoy the cable car ride over the Dhuandhar Falls:

For just Rs. 60/ have the thrill of your life, take the cable car ride over the Dhuandhar Falls. This will be the high point of your life even as you see the mist rise from the fall and hear the crashing sound.

Take a holy dip in the Narmada River:

Narmada River is one of the holiest rivers in the country. People believe that your sins get washed away with a dip in the river. The water is cool and clean. You will love the freshness after you have had the dip.

Take the amazing boat ride on the Narmada:

Go to Bhedaghat and take the boat ride. It will be one of the most memorable events in your life. The boat ride is smooth and placid. You can believe the boatman when he tells you that the water is hundreds of meters deep!

Observe nature from near, visit Bargi Dam:

When you visit Bargi Dam you will become a part of nature. There are birds of diverse species. Go on one of the exciting rides and then sit down and enjoy your picnic. Time stands still at such a beautiful spot. 

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Where to Eat

Where to Eat:  Jabalpur Tourism And Travel Guide

Jabalpur is still a relatively small place where life runs at a slow pace. People are relaxed unlike in the bigger metros. You can get just about all types of food here. There are big restaurants and small ones too. Then there is street food! Those that live here talk rapturously about samosa and mangoda, Bhajiya and bhel Puri besides the awesome poha and jalebi that one can get only during the mornings. Then there are seekh kababs and rabdi, malpua and chicken samosa!! Go where your heart takes you and eat well.

Shopping:  Jabalpur Tourism And Travel Guide

Jabalpur is an amazing place for shopaholics! The choices include exquisite fabrics and a bewildering variety of crafts, antiques and jewellery. You will ultimately get confused as to what to buy. Go to the old bazaar where tourists love to go so that they can pick up attractive and traditional products. Stuffed toys and jute crafts, brassware and silver products besides zardosi embroidery and souvenirs are all begging for attention. Visit the Government Emporium, Mrignayani for handicraft items from all over the country at affordable prices.

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Jabalpur , a city where history and nature intertwine, offers a journey through the heart of India’s vivid landscape. This guide is your key to unlocking the things to do in Jabalpur, where the marble rocks of Bhedaghat rise majestically alongside the Narmada River. Witness the dramatic Dhuandhar Falls, delve into the ancient mysteries of the Madan Mahal Fort, and soak in the cultural vibrancy. Jabalpur is a blend of natural wonders and cultural richness, waiting to be explored. What better way to do this than by booking a cab in Jabalpur with a reliable service provider .

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  • Places to visit in Jabalpur
  • Places to visit nearby
  • Places to eat
  • How to reach
  • Best time to visit

Hotels and Resorts in Jabalpur

Things to do in jabalpur.

Besides the popular Jabalpur tourist places, you can also engage in some exciting activities in and around the city –

  • Spend a day at the Kanchan Vihar with friends or family. The leisure zone is known for a massive 76 feet statue of Shiva and ample natural surroundings.
  • Sample the local flavours by exploring the city’s food trail . From street food to fine dining restaurants, you will find the classic flavours of Madhya Pradesh around Jabalpur.
  • Attend an evening aarti on the Narmada River . The evening rituals are held every day at Gwarighat, at 7 PM and are done with oil lamps, which are then floated into the river. The Narmada aarti is often said to resemble the Ganga aarti in Haridwar.
  • Visit the Balancing Rock , a rare but natural phenomenon where two rocks stay balanced on each other. You can also see the unique rock formations nearby or hike around the surrounding wooded areas.

Places to Visit in Jabalpur

A city steeped in rich history and culture and complemented with a scenic landscape, there is no shortage of sightseeing options in Jabalpur. Check out these popular Jabalpur attractions on your tour –

1. Dhuandar Falls

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  • How to Reach – The most famous waterfall in Jabalpur is located, 26KM away from the main city. You can book a local cab or rent a car to reach.
  • Timings – 6AM-8PM
  • Entry Fee – Free
  • Time Required – 2-3 Hours
  • Tips – Visit after the monsoon for the best views. But avoid the rainy season.

2. Marble Rocks

Marble Rocks

  • How to Reach – This famous place of Jabalpur lies in Bhedghat, about 27KM from the city centre. You can book a cab or rent a car to travel.
  • Timings – All-day
  • Entry Fee – Free, separate charges for boating on the river.
  • Time Required – Half a day
  • Tips – You can traverse the steep gorge on a cable car ride.

3. Dumna Nature Reserve Park

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  • How to Reach – The natural sanctuary lies at 11KM from the main city. You have to book a cab or rent a local car for the day and return.
  • Timings – 6AM-6PM
  • Entry Fee – INR 20
  • Time Required – 1 day
  • Tips – You can also stay over at the forest guest houses for a complete jungle experience.

4. Madan Mahal Fort

Madan Mahal Fort Jabalpur

  • How to Reach – The popular Jabalpur tourist spot is located at 12KM from the main city. You can take a local cab or rent a car to reach.
  • Timings – 8AM-6.30PM
  • Time Required – 1-2Hours
  • Tips – Visit in the morning for the best views of the surrounding hills and cliffs.

5. Chausath Yogini Temple

Chausath Yogini Temple

  • How to Reach – The famous ancient temple is located at 26KM from the city centre. You have to book a cab or rent a car to travel and return.
  • Timings – 7AM-8.30PM
  • Time Required – 1-2 hours
  • Tips – Visit during sunrise or sunset for stunning views of the Narmada River from the temple courtyard.

6. Rani Durgavati Museum

Rani Durgavati Museum

  • How to Reach – The museum is located in the main centre of the city. You can walk from your hotel if nearby, or take a rickshaw, or take a local cab.
  • Timings – 10 AM-5 PM, closed on Mondays
  • Entry Fee – INR 10, Free for children below 15 years
  • Tips – Don’t miss the display of records and artefacts on native tribes and their cultures.

Places to visit near Jabalpur

Include these nearby places in your Jabalpur sightseeing plan –

1. Bargi Dam

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  • How to Reach – The dam area is located at 30KM from Jabalpur. You have to book a cab for the day to travel and return.
  • Timings – 9 AM-6 PM
  • Entry Fee – INR 60, boating and other charges separate
  • Time Required – half a day
  • Tips – One of the best picnic spots near Jabalpur, visit this dam during sunset for the best views.

2. Kanha National Park

Kanha National Park

  • How to Reach – The largest national park of Madhya Pradesh is located at 129KM from Jabalpur. You have to book a cab for the day or two days to travel and return.
  • Timings – 8AM-10PM
  • Entry Fee – INR 1200 onward (zone-wise entry), Jeep ride – INR 2200
  • Tips – You can also stay at the forest lodges or camps, for a complete jungle experience.

[Also Read: Kanha National Park | The Complete Travel Guide ]

3. Pandava Caves, Panchmarhi

Pandava Caves, Panchmarhi

  • How to Reach – The hill station near Jabalpur is located at about 260KM from Jabalpur. You can book a cab for two days to travel, stay and return.
  • Timings – 8AM-5PM
  • Time Required – 1-2 days
  • Tips – Also visit the Bee Falls and Jata Shankar Caves nearby.

Places to Eat in Jabalpur

Try these best-rated eateries to sample the local flavours on your Jabalpur trip –

  • 70mm Dining
  • Clock Tower Chinese Restaurant
  • Olives Restaurant
  • Navneeta Restaurant
  • Royal Café and Restaurant
  • Darbar Veg. Restaurant

About Jabalpur

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Jabalpur is a prominent city in Madhya Pradesh. Located on the banks of the Narmada River, it is the 38th largest urban cluster in India. Jabalpur city is the administrative headquarters of Jabalpur district, the second-most-populous district in the state. Jabalpur is famous for the marble rocks found on the banks of the Narmada in Bhedaghat. The city is also regarded as a major education centre in India and home to the terracotta cottage industry and Chanderi silk industry.

The Narmada River forms an important part of the city’s geography. It is also the primary source of water for the city and its neighbouring areas. Apart from Narmada, the Vanganga and Hiran rivers also flow through the city, adding to its natural beauty. The region is a treasure trove of naturally occurring rich mineral deposits like limestone, iron ore, bauxite, manganese. The rugged landscape with craggy hills and cliffs also gives rise to a host of torrential waterfalls that make for a stunning view.  

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Legends say that the town is named after the sage Jabali, who was said to meditate on the banks of the Narmada. There is also a belief that the name of the city comes from the Arabic word, Jabal, meaning huge boulders, due to the huge marble rocks found on the river banks.

The earliest historical records of Jabalpur date back to the time of Ashoka, owing to relics found in Rupnath, about 48KM from the present city location. Jabalpur has been ruled by many dynasties including, but not limited to the Satavahana dynasty, Kalachuri dynasty, Gondwana rulers, Marathas, Mughals, and finally, the British East India Company, before the country’s independence. In the colonial era, the city was referred to as Jubbulpore. In 2006, the city’s municipal corporation renamed the city Jabalpur.

The long-standing legacy of the region has led to a host of interesting and iconic historical places in Jabalpur that make for the best sightseeing places in the city.

How to Plan a Trip to Jabalpur

How to reach jabalpur.

Five railways stations serve Jabalpur. The main railway station is only 2KM from the city centre. Jabalpur Junction is well-connected to the rest of Madhya Pradesh and neighbouring states and other major cities in India. There are frequent express and superfast trains from Mandla, Shahdol, Vidisha, Bhopal, Raipur, Raigarh, Nagpur, etc.

Jabalpur is well-connected to the rest of the state and neighbouring towns and cities via NH7 and NH34. There are regular state-run and private buses from cities like Varanasi, Nagpur, Bhopal, Jaipur, Raipur, Allahabad, Hyderabad, Amravati, Raipur, Indore, Gwalior etc.

The city is served by Dumna Airport, 17KM away from the main city centre. Jabalpur airport is well-connected to major cities and towns in India. There are frequent flights from Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, etc. From the airport, you can book a city cab or an airport taxi to reach your travel destination or hotel.

Best Time to Visit Jabalpur

Jabalpur experiences a subtropical climate with hot and humid summers and cold and chilly winters. It’s best to avoid the summer months since the weather is harsh and difficult to move around. The best time to visit the city is during the colder months when the weather is conducive enough to visit all outdoor sites and explore its landscape. The months after the monsoon and before winter is also good time to travel, when the temperature is quite lower and is also the peak tourism season.   

There are a host of accommodation options in this city, ranging from luxury retreats, star hotels, hostels, homestays, and budget hotels. You can also look at resorts right outside or on the edge of the city. Check out these top-rated places to stay –

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Best Places To Visit In Jabalpur : Jabalpur, a remarkable city in Madhya Pradesh, is renowned for its vibrant educational hub, delectable sweets, and the emergence of IT park developments. The city harbors many fascinating, lesser-known attractions cherished by its residents. Steeped in ancient history, Jabalpur boasts temples and national parks that showcase diverse flora and fauna. With numerous tourist spots, each narrating its unique story, Jabalpur is among the top destinations to explore in Madhya Pradesh.

1. Kanha National Park

Kanha National Park

The true beauty of wildlife cannot be fully appreciated through laptop or phone screens; experiencing it in person is essential. Although Kanha National Park is not located within Jabalpur, its proximity to the city makes it a must-visit destination. This park is a sanctuary for the majestic Royal Bengal tiger, and you can also encounter jackals and wild pigs. Kanha National Park offers safe safari experiences for families, ensuring ample opportunities to witness a variety of animals.

2. Madan Mahal Fort

Madan Mahal Fort

Madan Mahal Fort, historically the residence of Gond queen Rani Durgavati, is locally known as Rani Durgavati Fort. It is one of the premier family destinations in Jabalpur. Perched 500 meters high, the fort features standard architectural elements but is distinguished by its unique passageways, underground routes, and sharp turns. Designed to withstand complex and heavy martial threats, the fort includes stables and war rooms, further attesting to its purpose as a fortified structure built to repel enemy attacks.

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3. Gwarighat

Gwarighat

Gwarighat is a renowned ghat dedicated to Maa Narmada, made even more remarkable by its partially submerged temple. The water doesn’t deter devotees, who continue to offer daily prayers and hold beautiful evening aartis. These prayers to Maa Narmada draw large crowds. The exhilarating experience of singing hymns together makes Gwarighat one of the top places to visit in Jabalpur with friends.

4. Chausath Yogini Temple

Chausath Yogini Temple

To admire the Chausath Yogini Temple, one must ascend 150 steps. Primarily dedicated to Maa Durga, this temple is one of the oldest heritage sites. Devotees also worship Lord Shiva and offer prayers to Maa Durga’s yoginis, her female attendants. The temple’s architecture is straightforward, reminiscent of the Khajuraho temples. It attracts many couples seeking blessings from Maa Durga for their future, making it one of the best places to visit in Jabalpur for couples.

5. Dhuandhar Falls

Dhuandhar Falls

Dhuandhar Falls stands out as the premier attraction in Jabalpur. Its unique cascade and misty appearance make it highly sought after. Plunging from a height of 30 meters, the falls produce a smoky effect from the water vapor. Located at Bhedaghat on the Narmada River, this popular site even offers a cable car service, allowing visitors to cross the river and view the falls from different perspectives. The breathtaking beauty of Dhuandhar Falls is indescribable and is a must-see for anyone visiting or passing through Jabalpur.

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6. Marble Rocks

Marble Rocks

7. Balancing Rock

Balancing Rock

Jabalpur’s Balancing Rock is a marvel of nature. This geological formation features a rock that seems to be precariously balanced atop another rock of similar size. Remarkably, the Balancing Rock has withstood the effects of rain, storms, seasonal erosion, and dry weather, as well as a 6.9 magnitude earthquake. Located near the Madan Mahal Fort, it serves as a convenient roadside tourist attraction.

8. Dumna Nature Reserve Park

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Dumna Nature Reserve Park is a serene and picturesque ecotourism destination. It is home to chital, wild boar, porcupines, jackals, and numerous bird species. The reserve is also renowned for the historic Khandari Dam, constructed in 1883. This perfect blend of wildlife and scenic beauty makes it a must-visit spot, offering ample opportunities to capture its captivating essence.

9. Bargi Dam

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The Bargi Dam stands as one of the initial constructions on the Narmada River, towering at a height of 70 meters. It’s not only a significant structure but also a popular tourist destination. Visitors can enjoy boating, cruising as close as safety regulations permit. Adjacent to the dam, a restaurant offers excellent service and delicious fare at reasonable prices, enhancing the overall experience for visitors.

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10. Rani Durgavati Museum

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Rani Durgavati, the fearless Gond queen, fiercely defended her realm against the Mughals, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of Jabalpur’s populace. The Rani Durgavati Museum stands as a testament to her courage, offering a platform to honor, explore, and recount her legendary exploits. Through captivating exhibits and narratives, this museum illuminates her remarkable war strategies and triumphs, providing visitors with a profound understanding of her legacy. A visit to this enlightening museum promises to be a rewarding and enriching experience, well worth your time.

11. Sangram Sagar Lake

Sangram Sagar Lake

One of Jabalpur’s finest attractions, this location is renowned as a sanctuary for migratory birds and exotic aquatic creatures. Situated near the Bajnamath Fort, this picturesque lake boasts stunning surroundings and captivating local landmarks. Visitors flock here not only for its natural beauty but also for the opportunity to engage in fishing activities. Perfect for a day out with loved ones, this destination offers an ideal setting for creating cherished memories with family and friends.

12. Hanumantal Jain Mandir

Hanumantal Jain Mandir

Referred to as the Bara Mandir, this Jain temple is a well-known landmark in Jabalpur, celebrated for its stunning idol of Adinath Bhagwan. Crafted from pitch-black stone, the idol is revered by Jain followers as the Swayambhu Statue. Adding to its allure, the temple exudes an aura of tranquility and serenity. Within the temple complex, visitors can explore approximately 22 shrines, enhancing the temple’s charm and significance.

13. Gurudwara Gwarighat Sahib

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Nestled alongside the picturesque River Narmada, Gurudwara Gwarighat Sahib lies merely an hour’s drive from Jabalpur’s bustling city center. This revered site holds historical significance as it marks the spot where Guru Nanak once traversed the river to spread the teachings of the Sikh religion. Surrounding the gurudwara, visitors will find a cluster of temples, offering an enriching spiritual experience for those who choose to explore the area.

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14. Pisanhari Ki Madiya

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Set amidst verdant hills, this renowned Jain pilgrimage site attracts pilgrims seeking solace and spiritual rejuvenation. Located near Netaji Subhash Chandra Medical College, the temple holds special reverence among the followers of the Digambara sect of Jainism, with its origins tracing back approximately 500 years. Welcoming numerous devotees, the shrine offers various accommodation options to ensure a comfortable and fulfilling pilgrimage experience for visitors.

15. Tilwara Ghat

Tilwara Ghat

Tilwara Ghat stands out as a must-visit destination in Jabalpur, renowned for its rich historical heritage and stunning location along the banks of the Narmada River. This ghat holds immense historical importance and is widely regarded as one of Jabalpur’s top attractions. In addition to the numerous temples that adorn its surroundings, Tilwara Ghat is celebrated for its proximity to the breathtaking Marble Rocks and the majestic Dhuandhar Falls, adding to its allure and appeal.

16. Bhawartal Garden

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Nestled in the heart of Jabalpur’s Old Napier Town, Bhawartal Garden graces the cityscape with its enchanting beauty. This public park offers a delightful escape, featuring playful attractions like slides, swings, and toy trains. Surrounded by lush greenery, the garden attracts visitors seeking serene spaces for yoga sessions and leisurely morning strolls. During the day, families and children flock to the park, creating a vibrant atmosphere as they enjoy picnics amidst the verdant surroundings.

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17. Sri Vishnu Varaha Mandir

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The Sri Vishnu Varaha Mandir stands as a prominent Hindu temple, revered as one of the top tourist attractions in Jabalpur. Nestled in the village of Majholi, its main attraction is the majestic Varaha, an elephantine form, resting behind the life-sized idol of Lord Vishnu in Yogasana. Additionally, the temple boasts idols of Ganesha, Kali, and Hanuman, drawing thousands of pilgrims annually to pay homage and seek blessings.

18. Kankali Devi Temple

Kankali Devi Temple

Popularly known as the Tigawa Temple, this sacred site resides in Tigawa village, adjacent to Jabalpur. Enshrined by Kankali Devi, the temple stands as a testament to magnificent architecture, featuring an impressive sanctum sanctorum. Noteworthy is the well-defined pillared structure that adds to the temple’s allure. Inside, devotees encounter divine idols, including Narsimha, Sheshashai Vishnu, and Chamunda Devi, enriching the spiritual experience for visitors.

19. Bhedaghat

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Offering a captivating experience, this destination in Jabalpur is renowned for its enchanting setting alongside the majestic Narmada River. Surrounded by rugged mountains, it exudes natural beauty and serenity, making it a popular choice among travelers. One of its main attractions is the breathtaking Dhuandhar Falls, cascading from a height of 98 feet, adding to the allure of the place. Additionally, visitors are drawn to the Chaunsath Yogini Temple, which holds special significance for devotees, contributing to the spiritual essence of the area.

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20. SeaWorld Water Park

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SeaWorld Water Park offers a delightful weekend getaway for those seeking adventure and relaxation. As the only water park in Jabalpur, it promises a day filled with exhilarating water rides and attractions suitable for both children and adults. In addition to the thrilling experiences, the park features food stalls serving delicious treats and a separate pool area designed for the enjoyment of young children, ensuring a memorable and enjoyable day out for the whole family.

Best Places To Visit In Jabalpur : Jabalpur is a treasure trove of hidden gems, boasting forts steeped in intriguing mysteries and captivating stories that inspire a sense of wonder. Beyond the city limits lie destinations within 100km and 200km, each offering an unforgettable experience in Madhya Pradesh. Visiting Jabalpur allows you to witness the city’s beauty firsthand, immersing yourself in its rich history and vibrant culture while basking in the refreshing air teeming with the essence of flora and fauna. So, if you’re still confined to the comfort of home, pondering if there’s anything left to explore in India, Jabalpur beckons you to embark on an adventure and discover the endless wonders it has to offer.

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Madhya Pradesh is known for its rich heritage and architectural glamour. Situated in this state, Jabalpur is a go to destination to experience a relaxing weekend. Excited to know the best places to visit in Jabalpur? Scroll through to know more.

Jabalpur is home to numerous temples, lakes and destinations of historical importance. Due to the vast number of water bodies, tourists often enjoy water sports and boating activities here. It is a thrilling destination to experience the mysteries of history among the cascading waterfalls.

Check out some of the stunning places to visit in Jabalpur to never miss a mesmerising moment in your journey to solace. We’re here to host you at the best hotels in Jabalpur.

Best Places To Visit In Jabalpur

1. marble rocks.

Marble Rocks is one of the best places to visit in Jabalpur.

When in Jabalpur, you simply cannot forget to visit Marble rocks. It is an entire area along the Narmada River in the state of Madhya Pradesh. The destination is situated in Bhedaghat which is 25 kms from the city. Travellers are attracted to the location due to its pristine waters and breath-taking serenity around.

The rocks resemble marbles that cast different colored lights during the moonlight. You can reach marble rocks by a jetty available at the Panchvati Ghat. Boating is a common activity here. 

Timings – 6:00 AM to 8:30 PM

Price – INR 100 to INR 700 (depending on the boat you choose)

2. Dumna Nature Reserve Park

Located on the airport road in the district of Jabalpur, Dumna Nature Reserve Park is an ecotourism site that attracts a large number of  travellers every year. The nature reserve is home to a variety of flora and fauna. The forest area is covered with lush greenery and it is a total pleasure for wildlife lovers!

Dumna Nature Reserve Park is one of the best places to visit in Jabalpur.

It is one of the best places to visit in Jabalpur for undisturbed nature, wildlife and bird watching sessions. Travellers get to spot porcupine, spotted deer, jackal, wild boar and monkey. The nature reserve also offers boating on the Khandari Dam while enjoying the serene surrounding area.

Timings – 10:30 AM to 6:30 PM

Entry Fee – INR 20 (Adults)

3. Madan Mahal Fort

If you are a history lover, Madan Mahal Fort is one of the best places to visit in Jabalpur.  The fort is situated at the hilltop and gives a splendid view to its travellers. Surprisingly, even when it’s located at the top, the fort is in proximity to major transportation systems.

Madan Mahal Fort is one of the best places to visit in Jabalpur.

Travellers need to climb upwards to reach the main fort. The fort depicts the true glory and planning beauty of ancient India. You get an opportunity to spot the war rooms, chambers of the rulers and witness the creation of the fort. The fort is also home to a small pond that reveals its usage during the ancient period. 

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Timings – 10:30 AM to 5:00 PM

Entry fee – Free 

4. Dhuandhar Fall

Dhuandhar Fall is one of the fascinating places to visit in Jabalpur. The destination attracts numerous tourists to witness the beauty of cascading waters. If you plan to visit this place, keep at least 2 hours to explore this destination.

Dhuandhar Waterfalls is one of the best places to visit in Jabalpur.

It is ideal for viewing the scenic charm as well as capturing lifetime memories. Tourists often claim about the powerful plunges of the water that can be heard from a far distance. You can witness the fall from the viewing platforms. It gives a spectacular sight of rocks from the top.

Timings – 6:00 AM to 9:30 PM

Entry fee- Free

5. Balancing Rock

India is a land of wonders and the balancing rock of Jabalpur adds to the list. The balancing rock is located near the Madan Mahal Fort. The rock has been a mystery to geologists and major tourists. The area has various volcanic rock formations.

Balancing Rock is one of the best places to visit in Jabalpur.

However, this one rock is balanced on the huge base rock and only touches it slightly. Locals believe that nothing can destroy the balance of this rock. Surprisingly, the rock has even survived an earthquake while being still till date.

Timings – 6:00 AM to 8:00 PM

6. Bhawartal Garden

Bhawartal garden is one of the best places to visit in Jabalpur. This destination is popular among children as well as adults. The garden is equipped with vibrant decorations, toy trains and swings.

Bhawartal Garden is one of the best places to visit in Jabalpur.

Multiple fitness and yoga sessions are hosted at the garden during early morning. You get an opportunity to spot the musical fountain along with greenery around. 

Timings – 6:00 AM to 7:30 PM

Entry fee – INR 10

7. Chausath Yogini Temple

When at Jabalpur, you are bound to witness the culture and divinity of a plethora of temples. Chausath Yogini Temple is one of the loved destinations among travellers and pilgrims. The temple is home to 64 attendants of Goddess Durga. It also houses the shrines for 81 yoginis.

Chausath Yogini Temple is one of the best places to visit in Jabalpur.

The prime attraction happens to be the idol of Lord Shiva, positioned at the centre. You must visit the temple to witness its architectural splendour and know about its history. 

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Timings – 7:00 AM to 8:30 PM

8. Bargi Dam

Nestled close to the city of Jabalpur, Bargi Dam has to be on your list! The dam holds importance in the context of the state’s irrigation department. This recreational spot plays an important role in controlling the force of the Narmada river. All things good, the waters offer a thrilling opportunity to tourists.

Bargi Dam is one of the best places to visit in Jabalpur.

You can now enjoy water scooter riding, paddle boating and speed boating here. Cruising is also a great option available between INR 100 to 150. Many resorts and restaurants are available in the vicinity to provide a tranquil getaway.

Timings – 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM

9. Kankali Devi Temple

Jabalpur is home to several sites for witnessing Hinduism and ancient construction. The temple is located in the Tigawa region which is around 75 km from Jabalpur. Kankali Devi temple is a famous tourist destination as it is home to 36 Hindu temple ruins.

Kankali Devi Temple is one of the best places to visit in Jabalpur.

Since the temple is one of the oldest surviving temples in the country, it is one of the best places to visit in Jabalpur. The temple is a true depiction of north-Indian style architecture with a sanctum, open portico and four pillars. 

Timings –   Open 24 Hours

10. Gwari Ghat

Gwari Ghat offers a spectacular combination of a restful environment with an essence of spirituality. It is a small town situated on the banks of the Narmada river. Hodophiles are often intrigued with the incredible religious importance this place holds.

Gwari Ghat is one of the best places to visit in Jabalpur.

The town is home to a renowned Sikh temple dedicated to Guru Nanak. You can watch the auspicious rituals performed at the river bank and also be a part of some. The town truly showcases the divinity and beauty needed in a vacation.

Timings – Open 24 Hours

11. Pisanhari Ki Madiya

Pisanhari ki Madiya is one of the iconic places to visit in Jabalpur. It is a reputed Jain pilgrimage centre that attracts several tourists every year. The destination is crucial to understanding Jainism and its practices. Interestingly, this temple is located at an altitude of 300 feet on the hill. Numerous mythological stories revolve around its construction and architecture.

Pisanhari Ki Madiya is one of the best places to visit in Jabalpur.

The prime attraction here is the statue of Pisanhari right at the entrance. You can witness quern and grinding stones that add to the historical touch. The temple is home to 13 smaller temples dedicated to different idols. When at Jabalpur, you must watch the beautiful marble idols of Tirthankara here.

Timings – 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM

12. Sangram Sagar Lake

Sangram Sagar lake in Madhya Pradesh is located close to Bhairav Baba temple. The lake is situated amidst mountains and is a beautiful spot to visit when in Jabalpur. If you are someone who loves to watch the migratory birds and aquatic animals, this is your go to destination.

Sangram Sagar Lake is one of the best places to visit in Jabalpur.

The vicinity of the lake offers a calming vibe around.It is a scenic destination for photographers and wildlife lovers. Spend some time here and you’ll forget what monotony is.

Now that you have the list of amazing places to visit in Jabalpur, go and find poise in the destination filled with spirituality, nature and the best of adventure. Jabalpur is indeed ready to welcome you to experience its rich culture and history.

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Madhya Pradesh Tourism

The heart of Central India is a treasure trove of natural richness, wildlife, history, heritage & beauty

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A wildlife safari in MP brings you across its rich wildlife, including the majestic Royal bengal Tiger!

From ancient Buddhist structures to sensual art of Khajuraho, MP scores the highest in heritage tourism!

Madhya Pradesh is dotted with important religious sites of Hinduism, Islam, Buddhism and Sikhism.

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About Madhya Pradesh Tourism (MP)

Welcome to the heart of India, Madhya Pradesh, a state which exudes timelessness in every way. The exotic land is an intoxicating mixture of rich history, vibrant sights, awe inspiring art and shrines. From north to south, east to west, Madhya Pradesh is adorned with beautiful tourist attractions. On the state's rugged northern side, there are the famous temples of Khajuraho. Never before was sensuality and spirituality depicted as artistically as here. Two of India's most famous wildlife sanctuaries- Kanha and Bandhavgarh are embracing the state's area. Towards the southwest are the Buddhist stupas of Sanchi and 15th-century citadels of Mandu. Madhya Pradesh tourism offers you a wonderful mix of nature, heritage, wildlife and spirituality.

The state shares its borders with 6 states of India – Chhattisgarh towards south-east, south-west border touches "Maharashtra", western border touches "Gujarat", north-west border touches "Rajasthan", and north-east border touches "Uttar Pradesh".

India’s Tiger State!

Wildlife is a major part of Madhya Pradesh tourism. It is India’s “Tiger State'', with more than 526 tigers. Have you read the famous classic novel, The Jungle Book? The adventures of the little boy, Mowgli with Sher Khan and Bagheera, thrilled us as kids. It was the charm of Kanha and Pench National Parks that inspired Rudyard Kipling to write this book. Bandhavgarh National Park in Madhya Pradesh has the highest density of tiger population in India. Spotting a tiger here, or in the other wildlife parks, is quite easy. The other famous national parks in Madhya Pradesh are Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve, Panna National Park and Pench National Park. Some of the wildlife sanctuaries in Madhya Pradesh are Bori, Bagdara, Phen, Ghatigaon, Ken Gharial and Pachmarhi.

Heritage dating back thousands of years!

The rich heritage of Madhya Pradesh can be seen in its palaces, forts, caves and monuments. There are five UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Madhya Pradesh. Amongst these is the Bhimbetka Rock Shelters, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The cave paintings in these rock shelters are believed to be more than 30,000 years old. No mention of top heritage sites is complete without mentioning Khajuraho. The Khajuraho Group of Monuments is a UNESCO World Heritage Site too. The temples, built between 950-1050 AD, represent spirituality, meditation and wrestling. Human sensuality is also depicted in the most artistic manner.

Another UNESCO World Heritage Site is the Buddhist Group of Monuments at Sanchi. You can explore the monasteries, stupas and an Ashokan pillar. The two cities, Gwalior and Orchha, are UNESCO World Heritage Cities. Gwalior Fort, Bateshwar and Jai Vilas Palace are top tourist attractions of Gwalior. In Orchha, Ram Raja Temple, Chaturbhuj Temple and Laxmi Narayan Temple are some must visit heritage attractions. Some other popular heritage tourist attractions are located in Mandu, Burhanpur and Chanderi.

Numerous options for adventure too!

Options for adventure abound in Madhya Pradesh. Parasailing, river rafting, trekking, camping and mountain climbing are various adventure activities available. Mountaineering can be enjoyed in the Maikal Hills region from January-May & October-December. Mountaineering can be enjoyed from November to December & January to April at Lanjee Giri in Pachmarhi. River rafting is a water sports activity which is extremely popular in Madhya Pradesh. The entire rafting expedition takes about 3 hours.

It takes you across Orchha Wildlife Sanctuary and further downstream to Kanchan Ghat. The Rapids range from 1 to 2. Monsoons are the best time to enjoy it. Trekking is by far the most popular adventure activity in Madhya Pradesh. The most famous treks in Madhya Pradesh are Kanha Trek, Pachmarhi Trek and Amarkantak Trek. Photographers will be presented with a lot of opportunities to capture some incredible picturesque shots. The trekking routes takes you through the diverse landscape & natural beauty of Madhya Pradesh.

Natural richness of Madhya Pradesh

The richness of natural beauty in Madhya Pradesh can be seen in its waterfalls, caves and gigantic marble rocks. There are places like Bhedaghat, where enormous marble rocks stand alongside the River Narmada. There is a 10th century Chaunsath Yogini Temple. As if the visual spectacle wasn't enough, a boat ride at these moonlit rocks enhances your experience. Another great natural attraction is Tamia, a forest destination. Tranquility resides in Tamia, it’s untouched feel is enticing.

There are some houses dating back to the British era. Parsili is another natural attraction in Madhya Pradesh. Stretched out on the banks of River Banas, it’s famous for its soft moist sand bed, which runs to almost 4 kilometers. You should definitely visit this place if you love birds though. It’s an ideal place to visit, and is home to numerous exotic species of birds. The famous Sanjay Dubri National Park is located just 10 kilometers from Parsili.

While visiting Madhya Pradesh, you should visit the lakes too. Most of the famous lakes like Bhojtal, Lower Lake, Moti Lake and Sharangpani Lake are located in Bhopal. The waterfalls of Madhya Pradesh deserve a separate mention. They are found in all the parts of the state: North, South, East and West. The top waterfalls in Madhya Pradesh are Bahuti Falls in Rewa (466 feet), Kapildhara Waterfalls in Anuppur (100 feet), Pandav falls in Panna (98 feet), Shambudhara Falls in Anuppur (114 feet) and Doodh Dhara Falls in Amarkantak (10 feet).

Sanchi Stupa, Mahakaleshwar Temple & other pilgrimage sites!

Madhya Pradesh is home to Mahakaleshwar Temple in Ujjain, one of the 12 Jyotirlingas in India. This makes it a major pilgrimage site for Hindus. Ujjain is also one of the seven sacred sites which host the Kumbh Mela. The city of Maheswar, situated on the banks of the holy River Narmada, is called the “Varanasi of Central India.” Located in the district of Khargaon, it has numerous temples dedicated to Lord Shiva. Other famous Hindu pilgrimage sites are Amarkantak, Omkareshwar, Orchha and Chitrakoot.

The famous mosques are Jama Masjid, Moti Masjid and Taj-ul-Masjid. The Buddhist Monuments in Sanchi are a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a major Buddhist pilgrimage destination. You come across the oldest temples, monasteries and the great Sanchi Stupa. Built in 262 BC, by the Mauryan emperor Ashoka, it is one of the oldest stone structures in India.

Madhya Pradesh also has numerous gurudwaras, with some of them being Gurudwara Shri Badi Sangat Patshahi Dasvin Sahib in Burhanpur, Gurudwara Shri Gwarighat Sahib in Jabalpur and Gurudwara Shri Data Bandichod Sahib in Gwalior.

Witness its rich history and heritage in its museums!

Madhya Pradesh has a rich history and heritage. The famous museums contain exhibits like paintings, sculptures and artefacts dating back to ancient times. The Sanchi Museum is one such famous museum. It contains sculptures, paintings and artefacts starting from the 3rd century BC. The Lion Capital of Ashoka, which is India’s emblem, is a part of the museum.

Other attractions inside the museum are objects belonging to Maurya, Sunga, Satvahana, Kushana, Gupta and post Gupta period. Other museums in Madhya Pradesh that you should visit are Archaeological Museum in Chanderi, Asi Museum in Khajuraho, Asi Museum in Mandu, Rani Durgavati Museum in Jabalpur and State Museum in Bhopal.

Festivals that reflect its rich culture, traditions & customs!

Madhya Pradesh is one such land in India that emits vibrancy from every nook and corner. The heart of India hosts the best cultural and heritage festivals that can't be seen anywhere else in the world. People of various castes, religions and tribes are currently nestled in Madhya Pradesh. All these fairs and festivals interweave souls of different religions and drench them in the color of festivities. Some of the famous festivals and fairs celebrated in Madhya Pradesh are Lokrang, Khajuraho, Akhil Bharatiya Kalidas Samaroh, Holi and Ujjain Kumbh.

Top 12 Most Visited Tourist Destinations of Madhya Pradesh

Bhopal : Bhopal is the most visited tourist destinations of Madhya Pradesh for its natural & artificial lakes, exotic havelis, crowded bazaars, Lakshmi Narayana Temple & Moti Masjid.

Kanha National Park : Kanha National Park is a most visited wildlife destinations in India because it’s the largest park with a significant population of Royal Bengal Tigers. You can spot the Barasingha, leopards and other animals as well.

Bhedaghat : What makes Bhedaghat the most visited place to visit are the Dhuandhar Falls, Balancing Rocks, Chausath Yogini Temple & huge marble rocks lining the River Narmada.

Bandhavgarh National Park : If you want to see white tigers in their natural habitat, Bandhavgarh National Park is a must visit tourist place in Madhya Pradesh. It’s also home to Royal Bengal Tigers, birds, reptiles and other mammals.

Khajuraho : Khajuraho is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Madhya Pradesh because of the Khajuraho Temple with its exotic sculptures, which are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Panna National Park : What makes Panna National Park the most visited national parks in Madhya Pradesh because: it has one of the highest waterfalls in India, ghariyal & 7 vulture species which are seen only in Panna.

Ujjain : Ujjain is the temple city for its numerous temples and among the most visited in Madhya Pradesh. Shri Ram Ghat, the most ancient bathing ghat, is also found here. Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga, one of the 12 jyotirlingas in India, is located in Ujjain.

Omkareshwar : Omkareshwar is one of the 12 Jyotirlingas and visited by a large number of pilgrims each year. The 270 feet hanging bridge is a major attraction.

Orchha : Orchha is included among the most visited tourist places in Madhya Pradesh because of the Raja Ram Temple, Laxmi Narayan Temple, beautiful chhatris and Orchha Bird Sanctuary.

Mandu : Mandu is visited a lot by tourists because it is an ancient city, dating back to the 6th century. The Mandu Fort, biggest fort in India, is located here. Numerous afghan architectural marvels can be found.

Pachmarhi : Pachamarhi is a treasure trove of flora and fauna & is included in the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Raja Prapart waterfall of 351 feet, is a major attraction. It’s believed that the Pandavas visited it during their exile.

Amarkantak : Amarkantak is known as “Teerthraj: the king of pilgrimages.” It’s the meeting point of Maikal, Vindhya and Satpura ranges. Amarkantak, the starting point of River Narmada, originates here.

Sanchi : Sanchi is a must visit religious attraction because it’s home to the Sanchi Stupa, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The entire region is dotted with stupas, temples and monasteries.

Best Time for Visiting Madhya Pradesh for Holidays

Madhya Pradesh can get extremely hot during the summer season. During the winter season, the temperature is cool and ideal for sightseeing or enjoying other activities. If you visit it during the monsoon season, you can watch the waterfalls in all their glory.

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Summer Season in Madhya Pradesh

Summers in Madhya Pradesh last from March to June. Temperature ranges between 38°C to 42°C.

Monsoon Season in Sikkim

Monsoon Season in Madhya Pradesh

Monsoon arrives in July and lasts till September. Temperature ranges between 32°C to 37°C.

Winter Season in Sikkim

Winter Season in Madhya Pradesh

Winters start from November and last till February. The temperature ranges between 10°C to 25°C. The weather during this time is extremely pleasant.

Popular Places to Visit in Madhya Pradesh

khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh

What makes Khajuraho one of the best places to visit in Madhya Pradesh is its exotic sculptures, which combine spirituality & sensuality. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Spirituality

Bandhavgarh National Park, Madhya Pradesh

Bandhavgarh National Park is one of the best places in Madhya Pradesh as you spot a large variety of Royal Bengal Tiger. 37 species of mammals, 250 species of birds and 80 species of butterflies are also found.

  • Bengal Tiger

Bhedaghat, Madhya Pradesh

Watch the gigantic marble rocks run along the River Narmada. These mountains change shape as you continue sailing along the river. The Chausant Yogini Temple is also a major attraction.

  • Marble Rocks

Dalhousie, Himachal Pradesh

Hanuwantiya

What makes Hanuwantiya a best place to visit in Madhya Pradesh is that it hosts India’s only and largest water carnival, Jal Mahotsav. It attracts adventure seekers, art enthusiasts, foodies and those looking for entertainment.

  • Water Carnival

Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh

Bhopal is the best place to visit in Madhya Pradesh because it is the capital, 2nd largest city & famous for its Bhoj Temple, Taj Ul Masjid & other tourist places.

Chitrakoot, Madhya Pradesh

Chitrakoot is important historically, culturally and in terms of archaeology. The places to visit are Ramghat, Kadamgiri, Bharat Milap and Janai Kund.

Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh

Gwalior is a best place to visit since it’s one of the most beautiful cities in Madhya Pradesh and dotted with palaces, temples, forts and old temples.

Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh

Jabalpur is a best place which you should visit for its historical and cultural structures, Dhuandhar Waterfalls, marble rocks and Beohar Sarovar.

Kufri, Himachal Pradesh

Kanha National Park is a famous national park in Madhya Pradesh for its Royal Bengal Tigers, foxes, jackals and other mammals. There are 300 species of birds too.

Maheshwar, Madhya Pradesh

Maheshwar is a best spiritual tourist attraction in Madhya Pradesh which is mentioned in the epics, Ramayana and Mahabharata. There are numerous temples and a 16th century Maheshwar Fort.

Orchha, Madhya Pradesh

Visit Orchha for its Raja Mahal, Jehangir Mahal and the Rai Parveen Mahal. What also makes it a best place to visit is shopping places like Orchha Square where you can buy handicraft items.

Omkareshwar, Madhya Pradesh

Omkareshwar

Omkareshwar is a famous pilgrimage destination which is home to one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. There are two ancient shrines called Omkareshwar and Amarkareshwar.

Sanchi, Madhya Pradesh

Sanchi is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with temples, monasteries and other monuments dating back to ancient times. The most famous attraction is the Sanchi Stupa.

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Shivpuri, Madhya Pradesh

Shivpuri is a best place to visit in Madhya Pradesh because it’s an ancient town which was once the capital of the Scindia rulers of Gwalior. Some attractions are Madhav National Park, Parihar and Sakhya Sagar Lake.

Amarkantak, Madhya Pradesh

Visit the famous pilgrimage site of Amarkantak, steeped in culture, history & mythology. It’s the meeting point of Satpura & Vindhya ranges. There are several temples, holy pools and waterfalls.

Chanderi, Madhya Pradesh

Chanderi is a town which enjoys immense historical importance. It is famous for its Chanderi saris and various historical structures including Jain monuments.

Indore, Madhya Pradesh

Indore is counted among the best places to visit in Madhya Pradesh because of its architectural splendour which can be seen in palaces, temples and forts.

Mandu, Madhya Pradesh

Baz Bahadur Palace, Rani Roopmati Pavillion, Jaami Mosque, rock cut paintings and opportunities for handicrafts shopping, these make Mandhu such an attractive tourist attraction.

Pachmarhi, Madhya Pradesh

Visit the hill station of Pachmarhi for its amazing location in the Satpura Range of mountains, unique cave shelters, streams, waterfalls and a rich biodiversity.

Dhar, Madhya Pradesh

What makes Dhar such an attractive tourist place to visit in Madhya Pradesh are its forts, ancient structures, mosques, temples, waterfalls and several historical structures.

Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh

Ujjain is a major pilgrimage destination for Hindus and is one of the sacred cities in India where the Kumbh Mela is held every 12 years. Topmost attractions is the Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga Shrine, one of the 12 Jyotirlinga shrines of Lord Shiva.

Vidisha, Madhya Pradesh

Vidisha is a historical town where the structures date back to the 2nd century BC. Some of the attractions are Udaygiri Caves, monolithic pillar, Lord Vishnu shrine and Udaypur.

Burhanpur, Madhya Pradesh

Burhanpur is a must visit tourist attraction for historians and art lovers, with attractions like Shahi Qila, Lal Qila, Dargah-e-Hakimi and Asigarh Fort.

Panna National Park, Madhya Pradesh

Panna National Park

Panna National Park is counted among the most famous national parks in Madhya Pradesh. Take a wildlife safari to spot the Royal Bengal Tigers and other rich wildlife.

Pench National Park, Madhya Pradesh

Visiting Pench National Park is like taking a ride to excitement, thrill and adventure. Spot the Royal Bengal Tiger in its natural habitat, wild boar and other mammals, birds and reptiles.

Popular Tourist Attractions in Madhya Pradesh

Sailani Island

Sailani Island

Sailand Island is a must visit tourist attraction in Madhya Pradesh as you can enjoy a variety of water sports activities like cruising, surfing & paddle boating. The secluded & tranquil environment really rejuvenates you.

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Bhimbetka Rock Shelters

Bhimbetka Rock Shelters is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which is exactly why it’s a must visit attraction. You can see cave paintings dating back almost 30,000 years in the rock shelters.

Alirajpur

For art enthusiasts, Alirajpur in Aadharkaanch village in the Malwa district is a must visit. It’s home to a large population of Bhils & Bhilalas. It has become a hub for Bhils who are engaged in diverse trading & business. It’s also famous for its traditional Galsan Maala.

Jahangir Mahal

Jahangir Mahal

Jahangir Mahal in Orchha is a must visit tourist attraction for its exquisite architecture. It is an outstanding example of Mughal architecture.

Bateshwar Temples

Bateshwar Temples

Bateshwar Temples are a superb collection of almost 200 mini temples whose grandeur & splendour stop you at your feet. They are devoted to Lord Shiva and Vishnu.

Gwalior Fort

Gwalior Fort

Gwalior Fort in Gwalior is a tourist attraction which you must visit as it dates back to the 8th century. It consists of 2 palaces: Gujari Mahal & Man Mandir. The second oldest record of zero was found in a temple located inside the fort.

Choral Dam

Choral Dam in Indore is a must visit tourist place if you are looking for a quiet and beautiful place to hang out with family & friends. It’s an ideal weekend getaway.

Lakshmi Narayana Temple

Lakshmi Narayana Temple

Lakshmi Narayana Temple is also known as the Birla Mandir. It was built by excellent architects from Jaipur. In its sanctum sanctorum, you find spectacular statues of Lord Narayana and Goddess Lakshmi.

Top Things to Do in Madhya Pradesh

Heritage

Madhya Pradesh boasts the best heritage sites in India. Some of these are Sanchi Stupa, Khajuraho Temples, Bhimbetka Rock Shelters, Gwalior Fort, Jal Mahal & UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Adventure

Madhya Pradesh is a hub for adventure sports like parasailing, river rafting, camping, trekking and mountain climbing. Trekking is also famous, with top treks being Pachmarhi Trek, Amarkantak Trek and Kanha Trek.

Wildlife

Madhya Pradesh is also home to a rich wildlife which can be seen in its famous wildlife sanctuaries & national parks like Kanha and Bandhavgarh Pench.

Spirituality

Madhya Pradesh is also a hub for spiritual seekers. The most famous religious sites are Omkareeshwar, Ujjain, Sanchi, Chitrakoot, Mahakaleshwar Temple, Jama Masjid and Sanchi Stupa.

Nature

There are several natural attractions in Madhya Pradesh that win your heart. Some of these are Bhedaghat, Tamia, lakes like Bhojtal and waterfalls like Doodh Dhara.

Festivals and Fairs

Festivals and Fairs

Attend one of the festivals and fairs in Madhya Pradesh like Akhil Bharatiya Kalidas Samaroh, Holi, Ujjain Kumbh, Khajuraho Festival and Lokrang.

How to Reach Madhya Pradesh?

By Air

There are at least 20 major railway stations in Madhya Pradesh which run trains to all the major parts of the country. There are direct trains from Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and other major cities of India.

By Train

There are 5 airports with excellent connectivity. The largest airport is Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport, about 8 kilometers from Indore. Raja Bhoj International Airport is the international airport.

By Road

Madhya Pradesh has 20 national highways including NH-7, NH 12-A, NH-25, NH-26 and NH-27. The major interstate bus terminals are in Gwalior, Indore, Jabalpur and Bhopal.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. when is the best time to visit madhya pradesh for holidays.

Winter season is the best time to visit Madhya Pradesh for your holidays. The weather is cool, calm and pleasant.

Q. What is the nearest domestic & International airport for MP?

There are 20 domestic airports in Madhya Pradesh and an international airport called the Raja Bhoj International Airport.

Q. Is Madhya Pradesh Safe for Female Solo Travellers?

Yes, Madhya Pradesh is safe for female solo travellers.

Q. What Madhya Pradesh is Famous for?

Madhya Pradesh is famous for its numerous heritage sites, 5 of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. It is rich in wildlife, with famous wildlife sanctuaries and national parks like Kanha, Bandhavgarh and Pench. There are several natural attractions like Bhedaghat. It is also home to several religious sites, many of which are Hindu pilgrimage destinations. There are several options for adventure too.

Q. How many minimum days are required for a Madhya Pradesh Tour?

You will need at least 8-10 days for a tour of Madhya Pradesh. You need sufficient time to explore Madhya Pradesh because it is a large state.

Q. What are the major festivals of Madhya Pradesh Tourism?

The major festivals of Madhya Pradesh are Lokrang, Akhil Bharatiya Kalidas Samaroh, Khajuraho, Bhagoria Haat and Holi and Ujjain Kumbh Mela.

Q. What are the top destinations for family holidays in Madhya Pradesh?

The top destinations for family holidays in Madhya Pradesh are wildlife sanctuaries and national parks like Bandhavgarh, Kanha, Pench and Panna. Indore, Bhopal, Gwalior, Tamia, Bhimbetka are ideal for family holidays.

Q. What are the best destinations for a honeymoon tour in Madhya Pradesh?

The best destinations for a honeymoon tour in Madhya Pradesh are Khajuraho, Pachmarhi, Tamia, Indore, Bhopal, Amarkantak, Jabalpur, Rewa and Gwalior.

Q. What are the top must visit pilgrimage sites in Madhya Pradesh?

The top must visit pilgrimage sites in Madhya Pradesh are Omkareshwar, Ujjain, Maheshwar, Mahakaleshwar Temple in Ujjain, Chausath Yogini Temple in Bhedaghat and Buddhist Group of Monuments in Sanchi.

Q. What is the best time to visit national parks & wildlife sanctuaries of MP?

Summers is a good time, since the chances of spotting wildlife is high. This is because during the summers, animals visit the nearest water hotels to quench their thirst. Winters is a good time if you want to spot the wildlife with cool and pleasant weather.

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Where to Stay in Madhya Pradesh?

You can select from a wide variety of accommodation options in Madhya Pradesh . There are 5 star, 4 star, 3 star and 2 star hotels. You can opt for an accommodation option depending on your budget range and preferences. The accommodations are available as hotels, resorts, cottages and even heritage hotels.

Major Activities for Tourists in Madhya Pradesh

There are so many activities that you can try in Madhya Pradesh. Heritage is a major part of the state, and you should try to explore during your holidays in Madhya Pradesh. The most famous heritage sites are Sanchi, while 5 of them are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Sanchi, Bhimbetka Rock Shelters, Khajuraho Group of Monuments and Buddhist Group of Monuments at Sanchi are the most popular ones.

You absolutely can miss out on the rich wildlife while travelling to Madhya Pradesh. The most famous wildlife sanctuaries and national parks in Madhya Pradesh are Kanha, Bandhavgarh, Panna and Pench.

Adventure enthusiasts can look forward to numerous adventure activities like mountaineering, water sports, trekking and river rafting. Spiritual seekers and those with a spiritual bent of mind should visit the top religious sites in Madhya Pradesh like Maheshwar, Mahakaleshwar Temple, Omkareshwar, Amarkantak, Chitrakoot, Jama Masjid and Moti Masjid.

The Buddhist Group of Monuments at Sanchi are an absolutely must visit. The state of Madhya Pradesh is also blessed with beautiful natural attractions. One of these is Bhedaghat, famous for its enormous marble rocks which run alongside the River Narmada.

Other must visit natural attractions in Madhya Pradesh are Tamia, Parsili and Sanjay Dubri National Park. There are so many options for tourists looking to have an enjoyable time in Madhya Pradesh!

A Few Tips Before Visiting Madhya Pradesh

  • Always remember to carry an identity proof with you at all times.
  • Pay attention to the rules while visiting the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
  • Carry items like sunscreen lotion if you are planning to visit it during the summers.
  • Do not leave your goods unattended.
  • Pay attention to the rules & customs while visiting a place of worship.
  • Drink bottled mineral water as far as possible.
  • Madhya Pradesh is huge, so plan your itinerary wisely.

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Exciting Places to Visit in Jabalpur for a Wonderful Vacation

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Known as the cultural capital of Madhya Pradesh, Jabalpur is one of the most important as well as developed cities in Madhya Pradesh. From the quiet waters of river Narmada to the 100 feet tall astonishing marble mountains, Jabalpur can surely fulfill the demands of any wanderer. But that’s not it! Jabalpur boasts of great history as well and so it also offers a sneak-peek into India’s heritage with the help of many historically significant tourist attractions.

Pack your bags and plan your trip to Jabalpur as soon as possible and we will help you to decide where to visit. Want to know what else this city can offer you? Let’s walk through places to see in Jabalpur with this article.

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Top 12 Places To Visit In Jabalpur

  • Dhuandhar Falls
  • Madan Mohan Fort
  • Balancing Rock
  • Sangram Sagar Lake
  • Dumna Nature Reserve Park
  • Gurudwara Gwarighat Sahib
  • Kachnar City
  • Hanumantal Jain Mandir
  • Tripur Sundari
  • Chausath Yogini Temple

1. Bhedaghat

River and marble mountains together obviously make for a terrific combination. And Bhedaghat in Jabalpur is famous for the exact combination. 100 feet high marble mountains standing on either side of the river Narmada is what Bhedaghat offers to you. These glittering white rocks with black and dark green volcanic marks offer a splendid experience when the moonlight strikes them. For those who love adventures, boating takes place from November to May every year. A ropeway is also there to help you enjoy exhilarating moments with enchanting views of nature. Visit Bhedaghat to enjoy a scenic view of nature along with cascading waterfalls. Another place to visit near Bhedaghat is Chausath Yogini Temple which is dedicated to Goddess Durga and is among the sacred places to see in Jabalpur. The temple has carvings of 64 yoginis, who are female attendants of Goddess Durga. The temple also has beautiful collectives of the deities of the Kalchuri period.

2. Dhuandhar Falls

Dhuandhar Falls

Also known as the “Smoke Cascade”, Dhuandhar falls is a 30 m high waterfall in Jabalpur. The tranquil waterfall is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Jabalpur. River Narmada when crosses through the marble mountains, narrows down and forcefully plunges into a waterfall and creates a mass of mist that seems like smoke or dhuan, and so the waterfall is named as Dhuandhar. As the plunges are powerful, the roar can be heard from far off places as well. No matter what the season or weather is, you’ll always find the waterfall attractive. If you are lucky, you might also witness a beautiful rainbow across the falling water. The view is so astonishing that people from all around the world flock here to spend weekends near the waterfalls. The falls are around 30.5 km to the west of Jabalpur and can easily be reached via any transportation medium.

3. Madan Mahal Fort

Madan Mohan Fort

Madan Mahal Fort bears testimony of the ancient rulers of Jabalpur. Located atop a hill, the fort was built by Raja Madan Singh during the 11th century AD. The fort also depicts the aura of his mother, Rani Durgavati. Though currently in ruins, the fort speaks a lot about the local people and their lives in the bygone era. The biggest attractions of the fort are the pleasure chamber of the royal family, a small reservoir, war rooms, and stables. Recently, the fort has been named amongst the most intriguing ancient monuments in India . The fort is located in the South-Western part of Jabalpur and offers a panoramic view of the countryside around it. If you visit Jabalpur, this fort is a must-visit.

4. Balancing Rock

Want to see how nature can play tricks? The Balancing Rock in Jabalpur is the perfect example of it. Located at the base of Madan Mahal Fort, the place is 6 km away from Jabalpur railway station, near Shaliparna. There are several interesting facts related to the topography of the balancing rock. The city is covered with low and rocky barren hillocks because of the volcanic eruption that might have happened years ago. And the balancing rock is a rock that is balancing over another rock. The most amazing fact is the balancing rock has sustained an earthquake of 6.2 on the Richter scale and still didn’t move. The place doesn’t only attract the eyeballs of globetrotters but it also attracts several geologists who wish to understand how the rock has been balancing itself for so long. It is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Jabalpur.

5. Sangram Sagar Lake

Situated 15 km from the Jabalpur railway station, the Sangram Sagar Lake is one of the most attractive places to see in Jabalpur. The lake is located near the fort Bajnamath. The fort was built by an ancient king named Sangram Shah and is popular for its medieval architecture. The king was one of the most renowned rulers from the Gond Dynasty and has built several other historical masterpieces. The lake is also well known for its large number of different aquatic creatures. Some of the most popular creatures found here include pin-tailed ducks, migratory birds from the central part of western Asia, coots and red-perched pilchards. If you’re looking for a place to spend your weekend away from the city lights, visiting the lakeside for a picnic might help you. The lake is easily accessible too.

6. Dumna Nature Reserve Park

The Dumna Nature Reserve Park is an ecotourism spot that has huge forest area along with several animals. The place is also known for a dam. The park can be visited either by foot or a toy train that is especially reserved for children and runs inside the reserve. There are several activities that can make your trip more exciting like bird watching, fishing or just walking around the forest. You can spot many animals like deer, jackal, monkey, porcupine, wild boar, and chitals around the forest area. Apart from all these activities, the dam also offers an intriguing view and boating facilities. You can easily spend your holidays here with your family. The park is nearly 10 km from the Jabalpur City Centre and can be reached easily. The entrance fee is Rs. 20 per person and Rs. 25 per person, if you are taking the toy train.

7. Gurudwara Gwarighat Sahib

Located in Gwarighat, the Gurdwara is a famously stepped embankment on the banks of Narmada in Jabalpur. The Gurdwara is located atop a small hill and offers a splendid view of the entire Gwarighat. People can visit this place via local boats. The best time to visit this place is during Gurpurab of Hola Mahlla (Holi) and the birth anniversary of Guru Amardas Ji. During these festivals, you can witness great enthusiasm amongst the Sikhs living here. It is one of the most important tourist attractions for Sikhs in the entire Madhya Pradesh.

8. Bargi Dam

Bargi Dam

Built on River Narmada, Bargi Dam was amongst the first 30 completed dams on the holy river. The dam is named after the nearby village and basically serves three main purposes that are- irrigation, power generation and of course tourism. The state government has tried to make it as attractive as possible by constructing several infrastructures, and by providing sports-related facilities. Other activities around the dam include sightseeing, camping, and a full day trekking near the dam for adventure lovers. The dam is located at a distance of 40km from Jabalpur. The closest railhead is also that of Jabalpur. You can easily book a cab or use public transport to visit the place.

9. Kachnar City

Kachnar City

Kachnar City is also called Vijayanagar and is known as the “Pride of the Jabalpur”. Kachnar city is popular because of its tourist attractions and religious destinations. The biggest attraction here is the statue of Lord Shiva which was built in 2004 and was made public in 2006. With a height of 76 feet, the statue is the tallest statue of Lord Shiva in India. There is also a statue of Nandi in front of Lord Shiva statue. Other attractions include the morning and evening Aarti that occurs every day and attract several devotees. The temple also has idols of other Hindu Gods and Goddesses like Ganesha and Saptarishi. The best time to visit the place is during the celebrations of Mahashivaratri and Makarsankranti. During these days, thousands of devotees come here and celebrate the auspicious occasion together.

10. Hanumantal Jain Mandir

Built-in 1686 and renovated in the 19th century, the Hanumantal Jain Mandir is one of the most famous places to see in Jabalpur for Jains. The place has great spiritual and historical prominence that attracts the attention of several tourists every year. The main complex of the temple encompasses a series of temples. The biggest asset of the place is the lake in the complex and Hanuman Tal. It is the largest independent Jain temple in entire India and is the main temple in Jabalpur. You can easily use any transportation medium to reach the temple. Also, several eateries are there around the area.

11. Tripur Sundari

Located on the Bhedaghat road and in village Tewar, Tripur Sundari is around 12 km from the city of Jabalpur. The sacred temple was built during the 11th century by the Kalchuri dynasty. The temple is visited by thousands of Hindu devotees. It also has a huge market area on either side of the road. The thing that makes this temple so special is the idol of Goddess Durga that is said to have emerged from the ground and there are many myths associated with the idol. In addition, the scenic view around the temple also attracts visitors. There are many public means of transport and private transport facilities available for those who wish to visit the temple.

12. Chausath Yogini Temple

Chausath Yogini Temple

Situated atop the hills, this 10 th century Chausath Yogini Temple is a glowing example of ancient architecture. Circular in shape with a diameter of 125-feet, the temple attracts worshippers in abundance. Images placed on its pedestals can be associated to three different periods – a particular type of images belongs to the Kushana Period, the other to post-Gupta Period, and the third set belongs to Kalachuri style that existed between 10 th century and 13 th century. Also, one needs to climb a whopping 108steep steps to reach the temple.

Chausath means the digit sixty-four in English and the name has a direct relation to the structure of the temple. There are exactly 64 carved figures of Yoginis, each one in her own designated shrine, skirting the interiors of the circular premises of the temple. As a bonus, the panoramic view of the mighty Narmada from the high open courtyard presents to you an endearing scene to be captured in the camera as well as to be remembered in the mind.

Once you reach the premises of the temple, you will realize the immense significance of the Yoga tantric beliefs. This is also the only place where you will find the grandest couple of Hindu mythology, Lord Shiva and his consort Goddess Parvati riding the symbolic Nandi Bull. The idols of Shiv-Parvati stand in the Gauri-Shankar Temple, which is in the centre of the temple. This is believed to have been built at a later time than the original temple with Yoginis.

From temples to marble mountains to lakes and dams, Jabalpur has a lot to offer to the discerning tourist. So, make sure you boom your stay in advance and plan a trip when the weather is pleasant.

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  1. Jabalpur Tourism (2024)

    The Bhedaghat-Marble Rocks and Dhuandhar Falls are the most prominent tourist attractions in Jabalpur. Apart from this, the 17th-century Madan Mahal Fort situated near Narmada river and the famous Chausath Yogini Temple located near Roopnath are must-visits. Besides them, Balancing Rock is another site which is must-see for tourists in Jabalpur.

  2. Jabalpur Tourism (Madhya Pradesh) (2024)

    Jabalpur Tourism. Jabalpur, located in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India, is known for its picturesque marble rock formations along the Narmada River, especially at Bhedaghat. The city is a blend of historical significance, natural beauty, and cultural heritage, making it a vibrant spot for tourism. Key attractions include the Dhuandhar Falls ...

  3. Explore the Must-See Places to Visit in Jabalpur

    PLACES TO VISIT IN JABALPUR. Here are some of the most visited and famous places in Jabalpur that should be on your list while visiting the heart of India. Marble Rocks of Bhedaghat. The sacred Banganga-Narmada confluence is located in the small village of Bhedaghat. The name Bhedaghat comes from the word "bheda" which the local people ...

  4. Jabalpur Travel & Tourism Guide, Madhya Pradesh

    Best Time to Visit: October to January is the best time to visit Jabalpur as the temperature during this time ranges between 4°C and 29°C, which are perfect for exploring the city and enjoying outdoor activities. Jabalpur is a famous tourist destination and a historical city in Madhya Pradesh blessed with many palaces, monuments and nature ...

  5. TOURIST PLACES TO VISIT & TRAVEL GUIDE TO JABALPUR

    Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh - travel guide with top tourist places to visit, things to do & sightseeing attractions with itinerary, season, weather, near by wildlife sanctuaries. Jabalpur is a an ancient town on the banks of Narmada River with numberous waterfalls. It is also the base station for famous national parks like Bandhavgarh, Pench and Kanha.

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    Jabalpur (Hindi: जबलपुर; formerly Jubbulpore) is a city in the state of Madhya Pradesh, India. According to the 2011 census, it is the third-largest urban agglomeration in Madhya Pradesh and the country's 26th-largest urban agglomeration.Jabalpur is the administrative headquarters of Jabalpur district (the second-most-populous district in Madhya Pradesh) and the Jabalpur division.

  7. 20 Places to visit in Jabalpur India 2024

    1. Dhuandhar Falls. Top Attraction 4.2 /5. 15 km. from city center 1 out of 20. Places To Visit in Jabalpur. The Dhuandhar Falls, fall in Jabalpur district in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. The Falls are located on Narmada River in Bhedaghat and are 10 meter high.

  8. 20 Places to Visit in Jabalpur, Tourist Places & Top Attractions

    Location: Bhawartal Garden is located at Old Napier Town, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. Price: The entry fee for visitors visiting the Bhawartal Garden is INR 20. Timing: The garden opens at 10 AM in the morning and closes at 6 PM in the evening. Best Time to Visit: Bhawartal Garden can be visited all through the year.

  9. Jabalpur

    Jabalpur has a number of hotels within the city. The environs of the nearby tourist attractions of Bhedaghat (Marble Rocks), Bagri and Dumna also house hotels of MP Tourism. 23.1658 79.9283. 1 Hotel Satya Ashoka, ☏ +91 761 2415111, [email protected].

  10. Jabalpur Tourism And Travel Guide (2024)

    Jabalpur has fairly good roads. Cities such as Delhi, Kolkata or Mumbai are therefore well connected with Jabalpur if you would like to travel by road. To give an example, Jabalpur is around 830 km from Delhi and one can cover this distance in about 14 h. Mumbai, 1100 km away would take around 20 h to cover. By Rail:

  11. THE 30 BEST Places to Visit in Jabalpur (UPDATED 2024)

    Top Attractions in Jabalpur. These rankings are informed by traveller reviews—we consider the quality, quantity, recency, consistency of reviews, and the number of page views over time. 1. Marble Rocks at Bhedaghat. Boat ride will give Beautiful views of the Narmada River passing through Marble Rocks. 2.

  12. 15 Popular Places To Visit In Jabalpur For A Perfect Vacation

    This includes tourist attractions in Jabalpur like Bargi Dam, Dhuadhar Falls, Balancing Rocks, Madan Mahal Fort, Marble Rocks, Treasure Island and plenty more. A guide to over 25 places to visit in Jabalpur to plan a trip as per your interest. This includes tourist attractions in Jabalpur like Bargi Dam, Dhuadhar Falls, Balancing Rocks, Madan ...

  13. Top Things to Do in Jabalpur

    How to Reach - The most famous waterfall in Jabalpur is located, 26KM away from the main city. You can book a local cab or rent a car to reach. Timings - 6AM-8PM. Entry Fee - Free. Time Required - 2-3 Hours. Tips - Visit after the monsoon for the best views. But avoid the rainy season. 2. Marble Rocks.

  14. Top 20 Best Places To Visit In Jabalpur

    Best Places To Visit In Jabalpur : Jabalpur, a remarkable city in Madhya Pradesh, is renowned for its vibrant educational hub, delectable sweets, and the emergence of IT park developments. The city harbors many fascinating, lesser-known attractions cherished by its residents. Steeped in ancient history, Jabalpur boasts temples and national parks that showcase diverse flora and fauna.

  15. List of tourist attractions in Jabalpur

    Marble Rocks, Bhedaghat, Jabalpur Dhuandhar Waterfalls, Bhedaghat, Jabalpur Chausath Yogini Temple, Bhedaghat, Jabalpur Madan Mahal, Jabalpur Kanha National Park Famous marble sculptures of Jabalpur. Jabalpur is one of the most important tourist destinations in Madhya Pradesh and Central India, known for the famous Marble Rocks, various picturesque ghats, waterfalls and gorges of the Narmada ...

  16. Check Out The 12 Best Places to Visit in Jabalpur For An Epic Trip

    3. Madan Mahal Fort. If you are a history lover, Madan Mahal Fort is one of the best places to visit in Jabalpur. The fort is situated at the hilltop and gives a splendid view to its travellers. Surprisingly, even when it's located at the top, the fort is in proximity to major transportation systems. Madan Mahal Fort.

  17. 2-Day Jabalpur Itinerary

    All these make it one of the best places to visit in Jabalpur. Location: The balancing rocks are situated at the base of the Madan Mahal Fort, Jabalpur. Price: The entry fee for balancing rocks is free for all. Timing: This place can be visited between 6 AM and 8 PM. Best Time to Visit: Balancing rocks offer amazing sights all over the year.

  18. Jabalpur Tourism

    Jabalpur Tourism Guide, places to see, history, culture, food, shopping, maps & weather. Book flights, hotels, buses & cabs to Jabalpur.

  19. Jabalpur Local Sightseeing Places: A Comprehensive Travel Guide

    This waterfall is considered a very important place to visit and thus, most Jabalpur tourism packages have this included within their itineraries. 3. Dumna Nature Reserve. This is one of the most-visited local sightseeing places in Jabalpur. Perfect for a family visit, this reserve is a wonderful ecotourism site that spreads over a total area ...

  20. Jabalpur Tourism (2024)

    MakeMyTrip offers the widest coverage of Jabalpur tourism places through a variety of holiday packages and activities. Pick from a range of 10 packages starting from Rs.32379. Explore Jabalpur tourist spots with your friends and family, stay in quality hotels recommended by MakeMyTrip and approved by Jabalpur tourism, and have a memorable ...

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    An experienced Madhya Pradesh tour operator, with a team of an experienced travel enthusiast ensure to give our clients well-designed Madhya Pradesh tour packages. Certified. We are certified by major tour and travel associations in India and world like IATA, IATO, TAAI, IMF & MOT (Ministry of Tourism, Govt of India).

  23. Exciting Places to Visit in Jabalpur for a Wonderful Vacation

    It is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Jabalpur. 5. Sangram Sagar Lake. Situated 15 km from the Jabalpur railway station, the Sangram Sagar Lake is one of the most attractive places to see in Jabalpur. The lake is located near the fort Bajnamath. The fort was built by an ancient king named Sangram Shah and is popular for its ...