Madhya Pradesh Tourism
The Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, the second largest in the country, is located in Central India. It shares its borders with the Indian states of UP in the northeast, Rajasthan in the northwest, Gujarat in the west, Maharashtra in the southwest and Chhattisgarh in the southeast. Hindi is the most widely spoken language in the state and is also a principal language when it comes to official work.
Madhya Pradesh is that ultimate tourist destination which stokes your curiosity levels, triggers your enthusiasm and evokes a sense of awe. From the meandering rivers, lush green forests, ravines and rocky hills to a plethora of holy places, exotic wildlife, rich natural beauty and historic heritage, MP's natural beauty is sure to have a calming effect on your senses and leave a lasting impression on your mind. Also, MP tourism provides you with different important aspects of Indian tourism including adventure sports, heritage tourism, pilgrim tourism and hill-stations among others.
MP enjoys a rich cultural heritage. The presence of a number of attractively designed monuments, forts and palaces on hilltops and exquisitely carved temples further add a rich dash of elegance to MP's image. Because MP tourism boasts of a varied range of tourist attractions, keeping yourself abreast with each and every tourist destination can prove to be quite a task. Therefore, it is recommended that you take your time when going through different types of MP tourism packages and opt for one that allows you to make the most of your MP trip. Because of its strategic location, MP is considered to be the ‘Heart of Incredible India.' An eclectic amalgamation of rich culture and heritage of the bygone era further add to the charm of this place. Some of the major tourist destinations in MP include Khajuraho, Bandhavgarh, Jabalpur, Gwalior, Ujjain, Bhopal, Maheshwar and Amarkantak.