Khajuraho is famous for its stunning erotic temples that date back to the ancient era. Artistic sculptures and the greenery around make for an enchanting experience here.
Situated on the banks of the Betwa River, the Chhatris or Cenotaphs of Orchha present a delightful sight for photographers. They are best viewed from the opposite side of the river.
Now a world-renowned tiger reserve, Bandhavgarh National Park earlier served as a hunting ground for the kings of Rewa. Fall in love with the rich flora and fauna here as you enjoy a tiger safari.
The view of the Maheshwar Fort and of the Ahilyabai Temple along the banks of the Narmada River in just the right historic setting is nothing short of outstanding.
Watching the smoky Dhuandhar Waterfall and listening to the slow gushing of the Narmada River between white marble rocks is an experience you shouldn’t miss on your trip to Jabalpur.
Residing well amid the Satpura and Vindhya ranges, Amarkantak in Madhya Pradesh is where you will find all of nature to have come together. Also a great pilgrim site, this is where the Johila, Son and Narmada rivers originated from.
With the Pench River flowing along its borders, Pench National Park is an irresistible natural retreat consisting of plenty of wildlife. Remember The Jungle Book? This national park is the inspiration behind it.
To enjoy the best of nature, and also have some fun and adventure, this waterfall at Kanger Valley National Park is where you need to be.
Also called the Niagra Falls of India, the Chitrakote Waterfalls are the largest in India. These horse-shaped waterfalls make this place a popular tourist attraction.