The deepest of jungles, the most stunning waterfalls, the glorious river Narmada and jungles which today make for some of India’s best National Parks for sighting the tiger. The heart of India, crisscrossed by many rulers and many dynasties, Madhya Pradesh stands testimony to some of the most glorious cultures of India with monuments, beautiful carved temples, forts and palaces, heritage towns and Buddhist stupas.
Our chosen destination of the month will leave you mesmerized. We can do themed itineraries or we can mix and match to give you a fascinating mélange of wildlife, royal stays, fabulous food and stunning heritage and architecture.
Panna, Bandhavgarh, Kanha National Parks are the home to the tiger.
Khajuraho stands as a world recognized heritage site with its beautiful erotica carved temples. Bhopal, Gwalior, Ujjain, among some of India’s most exquisite royal cities. Orchha, the postcard-perfect village. Laid-back traveller havens of Maheshwar and Omkareshwar standing serene on the banks of river Narmada with stepped ghats and temple bells wafting through the winds…and let us not forget Mandu, sitting atop a green plateau, home to some of India’s finest examples of Afghan architecture as well as baobab trees, originally from Africa, it is one of the most picturesque heritage sites ever!
When To Visit
Nov–Feb The best time to visit central India
Apr–Jun The best time for tigers spotting with thin vegetation and few water sources. But Indian summers at their peak.
Jul–Sep Monsoon time, wildlife parks remains closed from July to Mid October but jungles and waterfalls are lush and beautiful.