Excursions from Jabalpur



The Excursions from Jabalpur to other trailblazing thoroughfares in Central India provide tourists the opportunity to explore the rich treasure trove that the Madhya Pradesh tourism department offers its tourists. Jabalpur or the "city of marble rocks" is famed to be the cultural capital of Madhya Pradesh. Although the city is opulent in tourist attractions, a visit to all the picturesque locales in the vicinity makes a visit to the Central Indian paradise more fruitful.

The imposing and crenelated Bandhavgarh Fort that stands tall and recounts the sagas of a bygone era is a must see destination on a sojourn to Jabalpur town. The 2000 year old fort is perched atop the Bandhavgarh Hill in the midst of wilderness and is not only an eminent historical destination, it also boasts of mind blowing scenic beauty. Bandhavgarh National Park, also known as the White Tiger country is another picturesque destination in Jabalpur that personifies nature at its best. The sanctuary is the home to numerous species of wild animals like the Sambar, Barking Deer, Indian Bison and Nilgai depicts the natural diversity of the city.

The Bhedhaghat gorge is sited at a distance of 22 kms from Jabalpur is another spectacular excursion spot near Jabalpur that is famed for its cascading waterfalls and pristine white marble rocks. The numerous ancient shrines, forts and museums that dots the landscape of Jabalpur are the other must see tourist attractions in the city.

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Last Updated on 16th Dec 2012

     


     

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