1. Adilabad

Sometimes called the gateway district to South and Central India, Adilabad is a small town discovered in the northern region in the state of Telangana, India. Bustling with the songs of the blabbering waterfalls, mild refreshing breeze and buzzing...

2. Tadoba

Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is a tiger reserve in Maharashtra. It has been a popular tourist destination for wildlife enthusiasts. It is popular as the chances for sighting a tiger it is very high, unlike many other tiger reserves.

3. Nagpur

Nagpur is the third largest city and the 13th most populous city of India. It is also the winter capital of the state of Maharashtra. The city is the fifth fastest growing city in the world according to the Oxford Economics report. It is one of th...

4. Chikhaldara

Located in the district of Amravati, the town of Chikhaldara is best known for its Wildlife Sanctuary. The region is around 1120 m above ocean level and is the sole coffee estate zone in Maharashtra. The place plays host to numerous species of rar...

5. Pench National Park

The Pench National Park is in Seoni and Chhindwara locale of Madhya Pradesh in India and incorporates Pench Tiger Reserve. It was announced a haven in 1965 however raised to the status of national park in 1975. In 1992, it was set up as a reserve ...

6. Nizamabad

Nizamabad is generally favored by explorers, family, and couples. Nizamabad is a tourism place in Andhra Pradesh, is suitably known as a rich legacy site. It is where time recounts accounts of the great history of the Nizams who once controlled th...

7. Lonar

Lonar is one of the most unique places in India, owing to its very peculiar reason of formation in the first place. It was when a meteorite had hit the earth around 52,000 years ago, that a crater was formed. Later on with the gradual passage of t...

8. Pachmarhi

Covered in lavish greenery, Pachmarhi is the only hill station that standouts amongst the most visited travel goals in India, Madhya Pradesh. The place is celebrated for its rich history, heritage, and thick forest. Mostly visited by tourist durin...

9. Burhanpur

The rich past and significant history make Burhanpur a fabulous destination that tourists love visiting, especially the historians and art lovers, who like to explore the magnificent splendor of Mughals in the city. Located at the Tapti Riverbank,...

10. Ajanta and Ellora Caves

Beautifully carved into the massive hillside rocks, Ajanta and Ellora Caves gracefully represent the art, history and culture of a bygone era. Today, Ajanta and Ellora caves are UNESCO World heritage sites with 64 rock-cut caves located in close p...

11. Bidar

Bidar is situated in the northeastern part of the territory of Karnataka, in the southern district of India and is found 2,200 feet above sea level on a level sitting above the Manjira river valley. When viewed as the most prospering urban areas o...

12. Bhimbetka

Bhimbetka rock shelters is located in the Raisen district of Madhya Pradesh, India. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site which is located at a distance of around 48 km from Bhopal. The caves trace the early human life. It has 7 hills and more than 7...

13. Warangal

Warangal is the region central station and the second biggest city in Telangana after Hyderabad. A well-known end of the week escape from Hyderabad, Warangal presents an excellent mix of history, cultural energy, architectural perfect works of art...

14. Omkareshwar

The beauty of this place lies in the way this small town is that the two valleys merge and giving way to the Narmada river to flow through. This gives the town the shape of an "Om". Omkareshwar derives its name from 'Omkara' which is another name ...

15. Aurangabad

Aurangabad is announced by the Government as the Tourism Capital of Maharashtra in 2010, and is a well-known traveller centre point which welcomes its guests with a lavishly woven embroidered artwork of sights and sounds. The city got its name for...

16. Kanha National park

More popularly known as the Kanha Tiger Reserve, it covers a core area of 940 square kilometers, making it the largest National Park in central India, and one of the biggest in the country. It is spread across two districts of Mandla and Balaghat,...

17. Bhilai

Bhilai, the steel City of Chattisgarh lies in the Durg district and can be undoubtedly called the heart of it. It is an industrial town, courtesy Bhilai Steel Plant, which comes under SAIL(Steel Authority of India Limited). Bhilai has several acco...

18. Bhopal

Known for its renowned history, amalgamated culture, building glory, sky blue lakes, special gastronomy, and a vivacious way of life, Bhopal is one of the significant visitor center points of India. Highlighting the absolute most beguiling spots t...

19. Hyderabad

Hyderabad as a city represents the gentle amalgamation of the old and new. This city is the epitome of grandeur and royalty. It has managed to flourish and grow all the while retaining the old world charm it is famous for. Perhaps it is this contr...

20. Dhamtari

Dhamtari is a small town situated in the province of Chhattisgarh and was authoritatively shaped in the year 1998, after the amalgamation of Dhamma and Tarai. The region of Dhamtari covers an absolute region of 2029 square kilometers and is found ...
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