As life gets busier and holidays get shorter, travel is no longer about how much you see but how you see it. So we suggest you see Madhya Pradesh. To make it easier, for you we have distilled the best and brightest experiences from our Road Trip 2.
Whether you have a day to spare or a week;
Whether you are traveling solo or with your family;
Whether your pockets are deep or shallow;
Whether you are young or old;
This state has something or the other for you.
Madhya Pradesh is one of the few states in India which has worked really hard to develop its tourism. Be it in terms of providing accommodation, tour guides, route charts, upkeep of monuments, etc. whether you want to witness the wildness of wildlife, the richness of heritage, scenic beauty, or world-famous UNESCO sites it has all for you. So take your pick and immerse yourself in the natural and cultural, historical, and spiritual charms of Heart of India, Madhya Pradesh.
After our first trip where we started from Meerut and ended in Rann of Kutch. We wanted to go to someplace less explored, without losing our family time. The prevailing rainy season limited our options for exploring the southern and eastern portions of the country. As I mentioned above, Madhya Pradesh has a wide spectrum of tourist places, thus we decided to have a heritage tour of the state.
Explore Madhya Pradesh and let it explore you.
As per Madhya Pradesh Tourism Official, the best time to visit heritage and UNESCO sites is from October to February and for wildlife, you should visit from March to June. But our recommendation for the visit is during the offseason i.e from July to October other than wildlife, as all the sanctuaries and national parks are closed. The simple reason for this is a lesser crowd, cleaner view, comfortable weather, obviously, economical stays, and tour guides. Tourism officials have divided the state into 4-5 circuits as per the choices of tourists but as usual, we planned our circuit based on the availability of leaves and convenience.