Best Places to Visit in Jabalpur

  • Bhedaghat, Jabalpur

Jabalpur, a fantastic city in Madhya Pradesh, is well-known for being a learning centre, its desserts, and the recent growth of its IT park.

Places to visit in Jabalpur:

Dhuandhar Falls

The Dhuandhar Falls, fall in Jabalpur district in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. The Falls are located on Narmada River in Bhedaghat and are 10 meter high. The Narmada River, makes its way through the world-famous Marble Rocks, narrows down and then plunges in a waterfall known as Dhuandhaar. 

Marble Rocks

The best thing you will see in Jabalpur is the peculiar Marble Rocks along the Narmada River. Rising up to a height of 100 feet, these mountains of marble appear in different forms and colours – including white, black, light blue and light green – as you travel across the gorge in a cable car or on a row boat. Soak in the picturesque views here, especially during the sunset or on a full moon night, for a mystical experience that will be etched in your memory forever.

Kanha National Park

The beauty of the wildlife cannot be seen through laptop and phone screens, real-life sightings are important. That is why even though Kanha national park is not situated in Jabalpur but its mere distance from the city makes it a must visit the place. Kanha national park is a royal Bengal tiger reserve where you can also find jackals and wild pigs. It offers a safe safari for families and provides a decent number of animal sightings.

Madan Mahal Fort

Fort is one of the best places to visit in Jabalpur with family. The fort stands at 500 meters tall and has regular architectural capabilities but has unique passageways, underground routes, and sharp turns. It is specially made to adjust complex and heavy martial threats. The stables and war rooms are further proofs that this fort is a building made for combats and to counter unnecessary attacks from the enemy .

Bargi Dam

Despite being located a few kilometres away from the main city, Bargi Dam must be included in your Jabalpur itinerary. It is one of the first 30 completed dams on River Narmada, built for the purpose of irrigation and power generation. But with facilities for water scooters, paddle boating, speed boating and cruise rides, this site is also great for picnics. You can savour captivating views of the sunset here and even indulge in some birdwatching during the migratory season.

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