Jabalpur Information

The Jabalpur Information guide gives tourists an insight into the Madhya Pradesh city. In fact, it is always better for potential tourists to have an idea about the city and its whereabouts before they actually visit the same. Jabalpur Information is also of invaluable assistance to the local inhabitants. In case of emergencies or any sudden crisis, an useful guidebook is always handy.

Some of the important information on Jabalpur encompass the following facts:

Jabalpur, the city of marble rocks is opulent in tourist attractions. Some of the important tourist places in the city include the following:

  • Pisan Hari Jain Temple
  • Rani Durgavati Museum
  • Bhedhaghat
  • Madanmahal Fort

    In addition, tourists can explore the nearby trailblazing thoroughfares and go on exciting and fun filled excursions to the Kanha National Reserve, Maihar, Bandhavgarh Fort and Pachmarhi in the vicinity.

    The two tourist information centers in Jabalpur help tourists with their accommodation, travel and also provide maps. Their offices are as follows:
    • Tourist Information Center
      Madhya Pradesh State Tourism Development Corporation,
      Regional Office, Railway Station,
      Jabalpur. Tel: - (0751)-322111.

    • Madhya Pradesh State Tourism Development Corporation Ltd, Head Office, 4th Floor �"
      Gangotri, T.T Nagar,
      Tel: (0755)-554340/42/43.
    The months spanning between October to March are the best time to visit the city that is subject to hot and humid climatic conditions.

    A list of the reputed Jabalpur hotels is hereby provided:
    • Narmada Jacksons Hotel
    • Samdariya Hotel
    • Hotel Krishna
    • Hotel Roopali Inn
    • Hotel Prestige Princess
    • Hotel Rishi Regency
    • Hotel Gulzar Towers
    • MPTDC - Hotel Kalchuri Residency
    The emergency helplines of Jabalpur provide extensive information as well as the contact numbers of the various utility services, hospitals, blood banks, ambulance service providers, chemists, police stations, fire brigades, electricity and water supply.

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    Last Updated on 16th Dec 2012