Madhya Pradesh Tour Packages

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Get Ready to Dig Out Ancient History and Explore Exotic Wildlife Species

The state of Madhya Pradesh is located in central India. It is due to its location in the central region of India that it is called Madhya (meaning central) and Pradesh (meaning region). For years, the state has remained in a state of negligence as a travel destination. But it is quite rich in tourist attractions and now it is a very famous destination for travellers who are looking to explore ancient history. The erotic temples of Khajuraho, the Buddhist site of Sanchi, the deserted palaces of Orchha and the Mughal splendour of Mandu are some of the biggest crowd-pullers in the state. Plus, the state also boasts a number of wildlife parks where you can undertake an adventure-packed jungle safari for unique wildlife viewing experiences. Bhopal is the state capital. Other major cities in the state include Gwalior, Indore, Ujjain, Jabalpur, Katni, Rewa, Satna etc. Famous wildlife parks include Bandhavgarh, Kanha and Pench.

In Madhya Pradesh, you will come across exotic wildlife, amazing temple architecture, brilliant ancient sculptures and old-time villages. The state also celebrates multiple festivals which you can plan to be a part of. These festivals will give you a quick introduction to the state's rich culture and traditions.

If you are ready to explore the attractions in Madhya Pradesh, Max Holidays brings you a number of well-crafted tour packages – in different duration and budget. Depending on how many days you have in hand, you can choose a tour package that you like the most. Whether you are travelling alone, as a newly married couple or with family, there are tour packages to suit every requirement. Just have a look at these itineraries and pick one you would like to enjoy. On your request, our travel consultants can also tweak any of these tour packages. All you need to do is to let us know about what you exactly want and we will take care of the rest.