The “heart of India” is home to a large tribal population, which lives a serene and peaceful life, away from the mainstream cities, four UNESCO World Heritage sites, spectacular mountain ranges, meandering rivers dotted with hills and lakes and endless miles of dense forests. The deeply rooted customs and traditions of this land lend a colorful flavor to the festivals celebrated here, the most popular being the Shivratri, Ramanavami, Bhagoriya dance and the annual dance festivals at Khajuraho.
Best Time to Visit – October to March.
Airports – Indore
Railways - Balaghat, Bhopal, Dewas, Gwalior, Indore, Jabalpur.
Well connected Roadways.
Places to visit – The world famous Khajuraho temples, Stone Age rock shelters and cave paintings at Bhimbetka, Sanchi, Gwalior. All of these are UNESCO World Heritage sites.