At a distance of 36 km from Indore city lays the stunning landscape of Patal Pani. The waterfalls of the spot heighten the beauty of the place and make it a perfect destination on an excursion trip from Indore. Water cascades from a height of 150 ft & plummets into a kund. Till date, the depth of the kund remains unknown. Its depth, believed to reach 'Patal' (nether world), is what gives the place its name.
Located 153 km from Indore, Bagh Caves are a must-visit on the trip to Indore. These Buddhist caves, quarried between the 5th-6th centuries AD, are laudable representations of Indian rock-cut architecture. Out of the original nine caves, only five have survived the atrocities of time and still house murals and frescos by the painters of ancient India. These cave sanctuaries stand majestically amidst the ruins and are popular tourist stopover from Indore and nearby locales
Ralamandal Wildlife Sanctuary, established in 1989, is situated in Indore District, Madhya Pradesh. With its hilly area and meandering valleys, this small sanctuary (5 sq km) is home to a large variety of flora and fauna.
Major animal species found here include leopard, black buck, sambar, chital, blue bull and barking deer. The sanctuary is also home to various species of birds. It is also a heaven for migratory birds during seasons.
The best time to visit the sanctuary is from July to April.
Chokhi Dhani and Nakhrali Dhani are Rajasthani heritage resorts on the outskirts of Indore. These resorts are given the appearance of a Rajasthani village in India. The villages provide people the precise atmosphere of the village, along with the modern day facilities and entertainment. These villages are catching fast with the city people as well as the tourists who visit Indore. At Choki Dhani, people find respite from the busy schedules of daily life. The rustic Rajasthani spirit fills the environment with colours of joy.
You can pamper yourself with good food and enjoy traditional Rajasthani delicacies here. There is a spacious Indian style dining hall, where meals are served on a leaf platter in the tradition of Manuhaar. People sit on the floor and have food. The warm service of the place will never let you forget the taste of the food served here. You can also savor the rich Punjabi cuisine in a typical dhaba style. For your convenience, the whole area is nicely landscaped and kept clean.
Chokhi Dhani is a perfect place for family outing. If you want to entertain yourself, there are a plenty of options available for you here. You can enjoy camel rides, horse rides, bullock-cart rides, puppet shows, magic shows, monkey shows, etc here. Kids can have a ball traveling in the mini train. In addition to this, there are other attractions like car racing, boating, theme parks, Rajasthani dance (folk dance) performances, discotheque (a public dance hall), etc.
The two villages, Nakhrali Dhani and Chokhi Dhani are located at Rau, in the southern suburb and on Khandwa road in the eastern suburb of Indore, respectively. They also offer accommodation facilities. There are ethnic huts in the village equipped with all the facilities, where you can stay and enjoy the spirit of Rajasthan completely. They are open full day on weekends and in the evening on working days.
Mayank Blue water Park is the M.P's first wayer-park. It is a unit of Mayank Hotels Ltd. Mayank blue water park is the perfect place for children. This water -park is amongst the best water parks of India. Specially keeping in mind children we have used best technology for safety of children to make thi park.
Choral is about 35 kms from Indore and is on way to Omkareshwar.There is an old tree which has grown in between the rocks.
Located on the Agra-Mumbai Road, Indore Museum houses finest artifacts from the prehistoric to the modern era. A visit to this museum provides oneself with a deep insight on the culture and history of the people of Indore.
Nearly 20 km towards Khandwa on Khandwa road, its a very small old ruined fort situated near to a beautiful valley & small waterfall. Its worth watching during & after the rainy season. An Ideal one day outing spot which is yet unknown to even most of the Indorites.
A beautiful place near Manpur and about 65 km from Indore. You need to go around 5 km from the AB road.
The temple is on top of a hill in the village of Kuti. According to legend, it is the place where Jamadagni, the father of Parshurama, had his ashram. It is famous for a mela (fair) held on Kartik Purnima - the first full moon after Diwali.
Located close to Kajligarh, its a beautiful waterfall near Simrol. Breathtaking beauty is what describes it the best. A must see during and after monsoons.
The ground houses sprawling lawns, lighted and dancing fountains, and landscaped gardens. Chaat gali, ice cream parlours and milk parlours add to its charm.