You probably are a mountain person and always book your holiday tickets for Northern India. Or, most likely, you find peace amidst the ocean and hence, prefer vacationing by the Western or Southern coast of India. Fair enough, but have you ever considered travelling to an offbeat location that isn’t about mountains and beaches but brimming with culture, wildlife and spirituality? If not, you must once look for Vibrant Holiday’s Madhya Pradesh tour packages to realise what you are missing out on!
The 2nd largest state of India, Madhya Pradesh, is centrally located, connecting all the sides and parts of India, and thus, is fondly called the “The Heart of India”.
If you want to indulge in a travel experience beyond the usual, Madhya Pradesh offers something to travellers and tourists of all kinds. It is a culturally rich land boasting age-old religious traditions and customs. It houses ancient, intricately crafted temples that tell stories of the Indian Gods and Goddesses. That’s not it; Madhya Pradesh also has thrilling adventurous activities to tick off your bucket list and plenty of flora, fauna, river valleys, plateaus and wildlife to visit.
MP is a treat for wanderers, spiritual buffs, nature lovers and those fond of history and art. Whether you wish to spend your days in Madhya Pradesh leisurely in the realm of nature or bask in the luxurious royal treatment here, you will not be disappointed in either of the scenarios. Moreover, our Madhya Pradesh holiday package will include an extraordinary travel experience that will keep your spirit high and vistas that will sway you off your feet!
Although our Madhya Pradesh holiday package includes visiting all the popular places in MP, we have prepared a list of facts about Madhya Pradesh as to why it is worth a visit.
The current capital of MP is Bhopal, whereas formerly Nagpur was its capital.
Madhya Pradesh is geographically the central state of India. But a village called Karondhi, near Jabalpur, is supposedly the exact centre of India.
Hindi is the official language of the state.
The largest city of MP is Indore. Indore is also the cleanest city in India.
Madhya Pradesh has 3 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, which are Sanchi, Bhimbetka and Khajuraho.
Madhya Pradesh houses 12 National Parks, 24 Wildlife Sanctuaries and 6 Tiger Reserves.
Madhya Pradesh is a landlocked country with 5 states – Uttar Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Rajasthan sharing its borders. MP has no beaches.
Narmada is the longest river in Madhya Pradesh.
Madhya Pradesh has India's largest diamond and copper reserves. It is also the storehouse for other minerals such as dolomite, coal and manganese bauxite.
MP is home to 2 out of the 12 Jyotirlingas at Mahakaleshwar Temple in Ujjain and Omkareshwar.
The “City of Temples” – Ujjain is in Madhya Pradesh and is 1 of the 4 places in India that hosts the Kumbh Mela.
According to the Bhagwad Geeta, the School of Lord Krishna, which is Sandipani Ashram, is in Ujjain, MP.
Madhya Pradesh is home to many tribal and ethnic groups in India, such as Dhar, Gond, Bhil, Bhadia, Kaul, etc.
Rudyard Kipling found the inspiration for the famous children’s novel, “The Jungle Book”, from the Kanha National Park.
Patalpani Falls, Indore: A famous and gorgeous waterfall ideal for adventure seekers as it is an excellent trekking, picnic and camping site. These falls are at a 300-foot high, and the water is believed to flow as deep as the underworld.
Rajwada, Indore: Also known as the Holkar Palace, the Rajwada is a 200-year-old architectural and cultural heritage which showcases the grandeur and royal splendour of the Maratha Empire.
Panchmarhi: Panchmarhi is a hill station also known as the “Queen of Satpura”. This place is spread with lush greenery, dense jungles and numerous waterfalls, making it a perfect spot for nature lovers.
Dhuandar Falls, Jabalpur: The cascading effect of the pure white Dhuandar Falls over the Narmada River is an enthralling treat to watch! It’s a popular place to hang out with your friends and family, especially during the sunset.
Bhedaghat Marble Rocks, Jabalpur: The spectacular marble rocks are nature’s wonder that adds grace to MP’s tourism. Tourists can enjoy a boat ride alongside these rocks at Bhedaghat, which changes shape and reflects different colours in different lights as you sail around it.
Bandhavgarh National Park: A world-renowned national park, Bandhavgarh is a must-visit for wildlife enthusiasts. Formerly, this national park was a hunting ground for the Maharajas of Rewa; today, it is home to the highest number of Bengal Tigers in the world.
The above information was a short snippet about MP, there’s a lot more to explore and enjoy. Therefore, without any delays, connect with our team to learn about our budget-friendly Madhya Pradesh tour packages. Our Madhya Pradesh holiday packages start from only INR 10,000 per person. This package gives you the best stay, food and locations to indulge in. So what are you waiting for? Gear up for an experience like never before with Vibrant Holidays today!