Best Tourist Places in Nagpur

  • Ambazari Lake, Nagpur

Nagpur is crowned with the title of “Orange City Of India”. Proposed as one of the smart cities of the country, this place is dotted with many religious and historic sites.

Places to visit in Nagpur:

Dhamma Chakra Stupa

Also known as Deeksha Bhumi, the stupa is a marvelous architectural body and can accommodate more than 5,000 people. It is built out of Dhaulpur sandstone, marbles & granites and is 120 feet in height.

Umred Karhandla Wildlife Sanctuary

Umred Karhandla is a popular tourist destination, particularly for wildlife enthusiasts and photographers. Umred Karhandla is home to "Jai," one of the largest tigers in the sanctuary and the only male in the whole sanctuary. Beyond tigers, visitors to this sanctuary are likely to see creatures such as gaur, wild dogs, and other uncommon species such as pangolins and flying squirrels. Due to all this, many tourists like to visit this sanctuary. It is an excellent choice for a one-day excursion.

Deeksha Bhoomi

Often referred to as the most peaceful place, Deeksha Bhoomi is likely to be on the top of your “places to visit in Nagpur” list. Relatively a new one - built in the year 2001, Deeksha Bhoomi is a monument with huge whitewashed dome and is the largest stupa in Asia.

Ambazari Lake & Garden

As aforesaid, Nagpur is the land of many lakes - 11 to be precise, and Ambazari Lake is one of the most famous tourist places to visit in Nagpur, mainly because it is the largest one in the city. Its mere beauty and size call out for some peaceful time in the lap of nature.

Seminary Hill

This is one of the best and nearest places to visit in Nagpur and is known for its lovely hill views all around. The panoramic city views will amaze you and the hills get their name from the St. Charles Seminary here. The hills are further accentuated by the lovely Japanese Garden and Satpura Botanical Gardens alike which are nestled here. This is one spot where you should certainly take your camera along for there are amazing opportunities to click lifetime pictures that are worth framing.

Ramtek Temple

This temple is hugely popular in Nagpur and draws tourists in large numbers. Local lore says that this is where Lord Rama resided while being exiled from Ayodhya. The temple is visited by devotees from across India owing to its Ramayana association. The month of November is when the place really comes alive with the Kalidasa Festival which goes on for a fortnight here.

Ambazari Lake

This is the biggest lake in Nagpur and the name translates to Mango in Marathi since it is surrounded by this famously delectable fruit and lovely gardens. There are boating excursions that you can choose here while children usually have a ball at the mini playground near the lake.

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