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Madhya Pradesh Tour Packages

Situated in the heart of India, Madhya Pradesh offers an enlightening glance into the history of India through its marvelous architecture, age-old forts and ancient temples that have long withstood the test of time. You can book our Madhya Pradesh tourism packages and explore the various cities of Madhya Pradesh such as Bhopal, Indore, Jabalpur, Gwalior and Ujjain, each of which offers the perfect balance between ancient structures and contemporary comforts. Visit the various forts and palaces of Madhya Pradesh that reflect the architecture and lifestyle of a bygone era. Explore the temples of Khajuraho and Shivpuri with our Madhya Pradesh tourism packages for a day well-spent acquainting yourself with ancient wall paintings and carvings. Enjoy an excursion to Pachmarhi for its lush green hills along with the gurgling waterfalls home to Madhya Pradesh such as Purwa Falls, Tincha Falls and Dhuandhar Falls.


Besides sightseeing, our Madhya Pradesh tourism packages offer a plethora of activities to travelers that will keep them entertained and constantly engage their spirit to explore more. You can book our MP tourism packages and enjoy a wildlife safari at the Kanha Tiger Reserve and the Bandhavgarh National Park and spot tigers and leopards. River rafting and rock climbing are popular activities that can be enjoyed with our MP tourism packages. You can book our Madhya Pradesh tourism packages and embark on a trek to scenic locations such as the Ralamandal Wildlife Sanctuary, Pachmarhi Hill and Chidiya Bhadak Waterfall. Madhya Pradesh offers a balance between nature and man-made structures and allows you to discover spectacular attractions that await your arrival.

Madhya Pradesh Highlights

The second largest city in Madhya Pradesh, Bhopal is home to both natural wonders and architectural marvels. You can book our Madhya Pradesh tourism packages to visit popular sightseeing destinations in Bhopal such as Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya, an anthropology museum and Bharat Bhavan. You can also visit various sacred sites in Bhopal with our Madhya Pradesh tourism packages such as Taj-ul-Masajid and Moti Masjid. Our MP tour packages take you closer to nature, as Bhopal is home to various lakes such as Lower Lake, Shahpura Lake, Nawab Siddique Hasan Khan Talab and Manit Lake, thereby recognised as the city of lakes.


Indore, the largest city in the state, offers you a glance into the royal lifestyle of ancient India. You can book one of our Madhya Pradesh tourism packages to visit the 18-century Rajwada Palace which boasts Maratha architecture and Lal Bagh Palace, where you can find species of plants belonging to Persia and Afghanistan. Explore the magnificent temples that reflect the strong religious identity of Indore such as the Annapurna Temple and the Gommatagiri Digambar Jain Temple with our MP tourism packages. You can have an exciting time with your loved ones at various sightseeing spots of Indore such as the Indore Museum and Kamla Nehru Prani Sangrahalaya, the local zoo.


Jabalpur is another scenic destination in Madhya Pradesh with gorgeous natural parks, waterfall and monuments that’ll surely catch your fancy. You can book our Madhya Pradesh tourism packages and visit various rock formations in Jabalpur such as the Marble Rocks and the Balancing Rock. You can also explore the rich history of Madhya Pradesh with our MP tourism packages at sightseeing destinations such as the Rani Durgavati Museum, Pisanhari ki Madiya and the Madan Mahal Fort. Visit natural wonders such as the Dumna Nature Reserve Park and Sangram Sagar Lake with our Madhya Pradesh tourism packages for a rendezvous with a huge variety of flora and fauna.


You can book our Madhya Pradesh tourism packages to visit Ujjain which is home to various temples. Explore the sacred Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga and the splendid Kal Bhairav Temple. Book our Madhya Pradesh tourism packages and visit the Raja Bhartruhari Cave and Shri Ram Ghat where you can take a bath. Visit the impressive ISKCON Temple in Ujjain with our MP tour packages and the Maharshi Sandipani Ashram dedicated to Hinduism. You can also relax on the banks of Rudra Sagar and Gomati Kund with our Madhya Pradesh tourism packages.


Gwalior transports you to the regal era when the Maratha Empire ruled Madhya Pradesh. Include Gwalior in your Madhya Pradesh tour itinerary and spend a pampering vacation at Jai Vilas Palace with our MP tourism packages. The ancient architecture of Madhya Pradesh is reflected at the Gwalior Fort, the Man Singh Palace and the Gujari Mahal. You can book our Madhya Pradesh tourism packages to explore the various temples of Gwalior such as the Sas Bahu Temple, Teli Ka Mandir and the Tomb of Mohammad Ghaus.


The Kanha Tiger Reserve is among the largest national parks in India. Considered to be one of the inspirations behind Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book, the Kanha Tiger Reserve is home to various wild animals such as the Royal Bengal tiger, barasingha and leopards.


You can also book our Madhya Pradesh tourism packages to explore the Bandhavgarh National Park. The park has a rich history as it used to be the hunting ground of the Maharaja of Rewa. Now, the park boasts its constantly increasing number of tigers and various species of birds that are found here.


Madhya Pradesh is also a popular pilgrimage destination due to the presence of a large number of temples. One of its most popular destinations, Khajuraho, is home to the Kandariya Mahadeo Temple and the Matangeshwar Temple. You can book our Madhya Pradesh tourism packages to discover the various wall carvings and murals here.

Most Recent Madhya Pradesh Reviews

Reach Bhopal early in the morning as this place is very well connected with rail, road and airway, reaching this place it very easy.<br> Check-in in your hotel and after breakfast start exploring city of lakes. Suggested tourist attractions are-<br> 1. Birla Temple<br> 2.Taj ul Masajid<br> 3. Jama Masjid<br> 4. Manav Sanghralay<br> 5. Tribal Museum<br> 6. Bharat Bhavan<br> 7. Lake View<br> 8. Upper Lake ( In the evening)<br> Suggested place for dinner- Shaan E Bhopal , a train theme restaurant.<br>
Bhopal also known as the "city of lakes" is a wonder place with magic potions locked up right in the heart of Madhya Pradesh. I have been living in Bhopal for almost 2 years now and never have I felt so attached to a city like this one. Bhopal not being a huge city can be explored in one day. The guide details on how to spend 24 hours in Bhopal like a local. <br> 1. Cycling at Van ViharStart the day with an early morning cycle ride in Van Vihar National Park. Different cycles of your choice can be hired by paying a nominal amount of Rs 20. This exquisite National Park shelters a wide range of species including pot deers, sambhars, alligators, tigers, etc. which can be spotted while cycling your way through the national park. <br> 2. Boating at Upper LakeRight where van vihar ends, Upper Lake begins. Upper Lake or Bhojtal is the oldest manmade lake in India, said to have been built by the Parmara Raja Bhoj during his tenure as King of Malwa (1005–1055). Hop towards the Boat club nearby to enjoy a beautiful morning boat ride. You can choose from a variety of Paddle, row and motor boats, star attraction being the local cruise. <br> 3. Taj-ul-MasajidIn Kohefiza lies Asia's one of the largest mosque. Proudly boasting Mughal architecture, the construction was initiated between the years 1868 and 1901 by Sultan Shah Jehan Begum of Bhopal. Not only is the mosque the largest in the country, but it also happens to be the second largest mosque in Asia. Made of red stone, the mosque is situated by the lake referred to as the Motia Talab.<br> 4. Bharat BhavanBharat Bhawan is a multi-arts complex and museum established and funded by the Government of Madhya Pradesh, founded to create an interactive experience combining verbal, visual, and performing arts. It regularly hosts art exhibitions, plays, performances and literature fests. Situated near upper lake, the museum has been been beautifully constructed and is marked by terrace gardens.<br> 5. Tribal MuseumNever will anyone ever see a museum of this sort. With a nominal admission fee, the museum showcases life of tribal people and many pieces have been made by tribals. It is divided into parts on the basis of time periods and covers all ages from Paleolithic to Neolithic. For any tourist, this is a place which you can absolutely not miss.Sit in the garden while sipping tea/coffee with snacks and swans.<br> 6. National Museum of Mankind (Manav Sanghralaya)Stands in the same arena as Tribal museum, this is another beautiful place to visit. Kid friendly place, offers more information than books or internet ever could about the history of Mankind.<br> 7. State MuseumIn the same arena lies the State Museum containing old artefacts including statutes, coins, historical writings and letters dating back to the Indian independence struggle. Don't miss the huge animal taxidermy sculptures and fossils.<br> 7. Manuabhan TekriThe cable car will take you to the hilltop of Lal Ghati. The hilltop offers you a complete panoramic view of the city of lakes. The Jain temple on the top after climbing a few flight of stairs boasts of stone carved architecture and aesthetic view. Indulge in some local snacks and coffee shops built on the hill top.<br> 8. People's MallLying on Ayodhya Bypass Road, the theme based mall covers countries throughout the world giving you feels from London and LA. It proudly offers life-size replicas of seven wonders of the world.<br> 9. BhojpurLying on the outskirts of the city is Bhojpur, a monument of national importance built in the 11th century. Around 30 km away from the main city, Bhojpur houses the Shiv Temple with one of the largest shivlings to be found in the world. Carved from a single rock piece, the temple could not be completed and still remains a mystery from the history. A river flows alongside offering tourists a pretty townside view. Take a cab to reach there.<br> 10. BhimbetkaDating back to the Paleolithic age are the Bhimbetka caves of Bhopal. The caves offer the earliest traces of human life on the subcontinent and are a certified UNESCO world heritage site. Spread over an area of 10 km, this site depicts human culture, cultivation in over 750 caves, some of them being as old as 30,000 years. <br> WHERE TO EATBhopal has a great variety of breakfast buffets at 5 star hotels for reasonable prices. Head towards Marriott for pancakes; Jehanuma Retreat for an urban breakfast in a typical village setting; Noor-us-Sabah Palace for breakfast beside the lake side! Don't miss the local poha-jalebi which can be found in every nook and corner of the city.<br> For lake side restaurants, head towards Ranjit Lake View or Thuss near upper lake. Bhopal has a variety of cafes and restaurants catering all cuisines. <br> For budget friendly eating outlets, try out Sagar Gaire which has many outlets throughout the city (try out their sandwiches, shakes and an amazing variety of pasta), Indian coffee House (for South Indian and Filter coffee), New-Inn Restaurant in New Market(for Pav-bhaaji). For non-veg, try out zam zam and Al-Bake.<br> WHERE TO SHOPFor authentic Madhya Pradeshi prints and fabrics, shop from Mrignayanee where you can buy traditional/ethnic wear- sarees, suits, kurte (for men). <br> BEST TIME TO VISITJuly- March as the climate is pleasant and breezy throughout.<br> PUBLIC TRANSPORTATIONBhopal is well connected by trains, flights and buses from almost all major cities. To see around the city, prefer cabs or local buses.<br> OTHER PLACES TO SEEKerwa Dam, Kaliyasot Dam and various other lakes including lower lake in the middle of the city.<br> HAPPY TRAVELLING!<br>
Kanha National Park is Madhya Pradesh's largest tiger reserve. The evergreen sal forests of Kanha provide shelter to leopards, sloth bears, barasinghas, dhole, guar, Indian python, 300 species of birds, and of course, the emperor of the jungle. However, the feel good story of Kanha is associated with the endemic hard ground barasingha, the state animal. Twenty years ago their numbers were dropping like flies. Individuals and organizations worked hard to protect this antelope species and today these magnificent creatures can be seen grazing all around the reserve.<br>
<br> Located in the state of Madhya Pradesh, the Kanha National Park was the inspiration behind Rudyard Kipling's classic Jungle Book. The place is known for its open grassy meadows, where sighting wildlife is easier. The meadows also provide a good backdrop for photography.<br>
Dominated by its majestic hilltop fort, Gwalior is a perfect starting point for the exploration of Madhya Pradesh. Where Gwalior Fort defines the city's skyline, the elaborate Jai Vilas Palace defines the growing importance of the city after independence. The towering Jain sculptures and humble archaeological museum are places of great interest.<br> What to see<br> 1. Start your day by visiting Gwalior fort. Known as the pearl of Indian fortresses, this fort is majestic and exquisite. There are two entries to the fort: the eastern side is an uphill trek, which gives you a formidable view of the fortress while you can take the car up the western side, all the way to the Urvai Gate. You can stop and see towering Jain sculptures en-route the western gate entry. Entry fees for adults is ₹75 and for children is ₹40. The fees for foreigners is ₹250. The visiting hours are from 8am to 6pm.<br> 2. Visit the state archeological museum next. Housed in the 15th-century Gujari Mahal palace, the museum's entrance is flanked by extraordinary 14th-century sardulas (mythological man-lion creatures) and inside are large collections of Hindu, Jain and Buddhist sculptures. Entry fees is ₹10 for Indians and ₹100 for foreign nationals. The museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday, between 10am to 5pm.<br> 3. End the day with a fascinating sound and light show at the Gwalior Fort. It is an excellent way to make your kids learn about the proud history of this culturally-rich city. There are two shows, 6.30pm to 7.30pm in Hindi and 7.30pm to 8.30pm in English. The cost is ₹75 per person.<br>
Madhya Pradesh is truly the heart of Incredible India. Diverse landscapes, rich history and wildlife makes this destination a box of surprises for travellers. The royal Bundelkhand region proves umpteen sightseeing opportunities. Among the many places worth exploring, Gwalior is one city that can be seen on a weekend trip.<br> Reaching Gwalior is easy. Direct flights from Delhi and Mumbai take you all the way to this royal heritage city. Off-course the dusty appearance of the town should not give you any assumptions about the splendours that you are going to experience during your trip.<br>
The best time to travel in Madhya Pradesh is during the winter season. Like most of the states in Central India, MP suffers with extreme summers and traveling during May and June is walking through burning fire. So I took a train for Gwalior at 10:00 PM in the night and in six hours I was standing at Gwalior station surrounded by autowalas.<br> Batesar is 35 kilometres away from Gwalior. The name Batesar is not of a village but actually the valley where these temples were found. The name derives from the biggest temple of the lot, The Bhuteshwar temple which is dedicated to Lord Shiva. This region also lies in the heart of the Chambal region that was once ruled by the dacoits. Time has passed by, some of them still wander in this region and if you hire a local vehicle from Gwalior, your driver will end up telling you some interesting stories.<br>
Our trip to Gwalior was mainly to see the famed Gwalior Fort. It is a wonderfully majestic place, with a view of Gwalior city from the fort ramparts. Inside, there is a lot to explore; you get to see the Man Mandir Palace, Saas Bahu Temple, Teli Ka Mandir and the Gopachal Parvat. On the way out, you get a peek into the Scindia School grounds too! <br> <br> After exploring the fort, we made our way to the Scindia Palace, where a part has been converted into a museum. There is also a side building where you can go and see the royal dining room and a beautiful sitting room above it. Gorgeous structures and regal interiors!

Madhya Pradesh Travel Blogs

“Madhya Pradesh is the state of the mighty tiger, it is the state of waterfalls, dense jungles and historical ruins that are proof of our glorious past. Often ignored for the more popular, neighbouring states, the travel experiences in Madhya Pradesh are an exotic mix of offbeat and touristy.” – Aakanksha Magan


“Our trip to Gwalior was mainly to see the famed Gwalior Fort. It is a wonderfully majestic place, with a view of Gwalior city from the fort ramparts. Inside, there is a lot to explore; you get to see the Man Mandir Palace, Saas Bahu Temple, Teli Ka Mandir and the Gopachal Parvat. On the way out, you get a peek into the Scindia School grounds too!” – Sanchari Banerjee

Madhya Pradesh Weather And Best Time To Visit

Madhya Pradesh has a subtropical climate and is open to tourists throughout the year. But the best time to visit Madhya Pradesh is during the winter. You can book our Madhya Pradesh tourism packages and explore this historical state from October to March as the weather is cool and pleasant. You can also visit Madhya Pradesh during the monsoon. If you enjoy foggy routes and lush green surroundings, then you will surely have a pleasant time in Madhya Pradesh during this time of the year. The monsoon season begins in July and lasts till September. Madhya Pradesh faces harsh weather during the summer that begins in April and lasts till June. We suggest that you stay hydrated and wear cotton clothes while exploring Madhya Pradesh during the summers.

Madhya Pradesh For Families

Our Madhya Pradesh tourism packages offer a scenic getaway to families who wish to delve deeper into the history of India coupled with a royal stay in a palace. You can visit Jabalpur with your family and explore the magnificent Dhuandhar Falls. You can also visit the 11th-century Madan Mahal Fort and know more about the historical past of Madhya Pradesh at the Rani Durgavati Museum. Families can include Ujjain in their Madhya Pradesh tour itinerary if they wish to check off visiting the famous temples from their bucket list. You can visit Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga, the Kal Bhairav Temple and the Raja Bhartruhari Cave in Ujjain with our MP tourism packages. Shivpuri is another scenic destination where you can explore various sightseeing destinations such as the Madhav National Park and Bhadaiya Kund.

Madhya Pradesh For Couples

Couples can enjoy a romantic time in Madhya Pradesh. You can book our Madhya Pradesh tourism packages to visit Indore. The Rajwada Palace creates the perfect setting for you to have a lovely time with your partner, treating their patrons like royalty throughout their stay. You can also explore the Lal Bagh Palace and the Indore Museum with our MP tourism packages. You can also get an insight into the lifestyle of yesteryear at the Jai Vilas Palace in Gwalior, and take a tour of the magnificent Gwalior Fort. You can also explore the ancient temples of Khajuraho such as the Kandariya Mahadeva Temple and the Lakshmana Temple with our MP tourism packages.

Local Cuisine In Madhya Pradesh

You can book our Madhya Pradesh tourism packages and relish various vegetarian and non-vegetarian cuisines in Madhya Pradesh. For vegetarians, there is a wide variety of options. You can enjoy dal bafla, sukhi sabudana and sabudana khichdi. You can also enjoy street food items prepared with the authentic flavour typical of Madhya Pradesh cuisine such as khasta kachori, palak puri and their take on samosa. Non-vegetarians can enjoy a wide range of delicacies with our Madhya Pradesh tourism packages. You can savour the taste of the local adaptation of seekh kebab and Bhopali gosht korma. You can also enjoy the flavour of sweet delicacies such as malpua, a very popular dish in Madhya Pradesh. You can also relish the taste of jalebi, gujiya and imarti with our MP tourism packages

 

Frequently Asked Questions About Madhya Pradesh Tour Packages

 

Which are the best tourist places in Madhya Pradesh?
You can book one of our Madhya Pradesh tourism packages and explore the various towns and cities of Madhya Pradesh such as Bhopal, Indore, Jabalpur and Gwalior. Include these historical destinations in your Madhya Pradesh tour itinerary, and visit the magnificent forts and monuments of Madhya Pradesh that reflect its rich history. Explore a multitude of natural spots in Madhya Pradesh such as the Kanha Tiger Reserve, the Bandhavgarh National Park and the Panna National Park with our Madhya Pradesh tourism packages. Here you can spot a wide variety of animals with our MP tourism packages such as tigers, jackals and crocodiles.



Which is the best month to visit Madhya Pradesh?

You can book our Madhya Pradesh tourism packages and explore Madhya Pradesh throughout the year. Though the best time to visit Madhya Pradesh is the winter season which begins in October and lasts till March. Summers in Madhya Pradesh can be hot and humid, so we suggest that you carry water bottles and wear cotton clothes while exploring the various towns of Madhya Pradesh with our Madhya Pradesh tourism packages. You can admire picturesque landscapes during the monsoon season and enjoy foggy mornings with our MP tourism packages.



What are the accommodation options in Madhya Pradesh?
You can find a wide variety of accommodations in Madhya Pradesh with our Madhya Pradesh tourism packages. From a luxury stay to budget hotels, all kinds of accommodation options are included in our MP tourism packages. You can book our MP tourism packages and enjoy staying in 5-star hotels such as Vijan Mahal in Jabalpur, Jehan Numa Palace Hotel in Bhopal and SYNA Heritage Hotel in Khajuraho. You can also book our MP tourism packages and stay in budget hotels such as Headquarter in Khajuraho, New Hotel Uday Palace in Indore and Hotel Parvati Palace in Sehore.

 

What kind of activities can be enjoyed with the Madhya Pradesh tourism packages?
Besides sightseeing, you can enjoy a plethora of adventure activities with our Madhya Pradesh tourism activities. Book our MP tourism packages and try out ziplining, cable car rides, river rafting and rock climbing. If you enjoy challenging activities, you can embark on scenic treks in Madhya Pradesh such as the Dhoopgarh trek, the Janapav trek, the Kalakund trek and the Bhairav Kund trek. You can also embark on nature walks in Madhya Pradesh and enjoy a wildlife safari at the Kanha National Park.

 

Name some of the must-try dishes in Madhya Pradesh.
You can book our MP tourism packages and relish the taste of authentic cuisine in Madhya Pradesh. Vegetarians can enjoy a wide range of dishes such as daal bafla, bhutte ka kees, palak puri and chakki ki shak with our MP tourism packages. Non-vegetarians can also enjoy a huge diversity of dishes influenced by Mughlai cuisines such as seekh kebabs and Bhopali gosht korma with our MP tourism packages. You can also savour the taste of sweet dishes such as malpua, mawa bati and jalebis.

 

How much do the Madhya Pradesh tourism packages cost?
The Madhya Pradesh tourism packages listed on Tripoto can range from budget MP tourism packages to luxury MP tourism packages. Depending on the amenities and inclusions, you can find Madhya Pradesh tourism packages starting from ₹12,000.



Which are the best monuments included in Madhya Pradesh tourism packages?

You can explore the historical monuments of Madhya Pradesh with our Madhya Pradesh tourism packages. You can pay a visit to the magnificent Dulhadev Temple and Kandariya Mahadev Temple of Khajuraho. You can also book our MP tourism packages to visit Sanchi Stupa, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can explore the opulent palaces of Madhya Pradesh such as Jahaz Mahal, Raja Mahal and Lal Bagh Palace with our Madhya Pradesh tourism packages.



What is included in the Madhya Pradesh tourism packages?

The MP tourism packages listed on Tripoto include a tour of popular tourist attractions such as Sanchi Stupa, the Gwalior Fort, Bhimbetka and Jehangir Mehal. Many of our MP tourism packages also include airfare, internal transfers and a wide range of accommodation options.

 

What should be the duration of an ideal Madhya Pradesh tour itinerary?
We suggest booking Madhya Pradesh tourism packages for 5 to 7 days in order to explore all the major attractions in Madhya Pradesh.



What are the ways to reach Madhya Pradesh?

You can book our MP tourism packages and reach Madhya Pradesh easily. Madhya Pradesh is well connected with various major cities by road. You can travel on the well-constructed highways from the neighbouring states of Gujarat, Rajasthan and Jharkhand. Madhya Pradesh also has various major international and domestic airports. You can book our Madhya Pradesh tourism packages and travel via Raja Bhoj International Airport in Bhopal or Rajmata Vijaya Raje Scindia Air Terminal in Gwalior. The extensive network of the Indian Railways connects Madhya Pradesh with all the major cities of India. You can find 20 junctions in Madhya Pradesh. In fact, two of the fastest trains in India run between Madhya Pradesh and Delhi.

Written by Shivani Vohra, an in-house Tripoto writer.

 

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