Nagpur City


Nagpur is one of the major cities of Maharashtra and it is second capital of Maharashtra. This district is famous for its orange productions. Many big and leading companies open their base in this city. It is well connected by train, air and road with other parts of the Maharashtra state and India. Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Nagpur Airport is an international airport and having international flights connected with Middle East and East Asia. Hotels like Radisson Blu, Pride, Le Meridien, Tuli Imperial, Centre Point and many more can make your stay comfortable.

There are numerous tourist attraction around Nagpur. Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve is definitely one of India's most exciting and best protected Tiger Reserve, with most visible tiger sightings in the state of Maharashtra. It is one of the adventurous places to visit just 145 km away from Nagpur. At an altitude of 1118 m, Chikhaldara is one of the most favourite places to visit near Nagpur just 250 km away. It has a large number of attractions to offer and is mostly one of the best places to visit if you are in search of time to be one with nature. Being the only coffee growing area in the state, Chikhaldara also boasts of beautiful lakes, breathtaking panoramic viewpoints and exotic wildlife. The Bhamragarh Wildlife Sanctuary is another attraction 250 km from Nagpur. It is home to various animal species like leopards, the blue bull, peacock, flying squirrel, wild boar, etc. The Pamalgautam and Parlkota rivers flow through the sanctuary providing water to the flora and fauna and as well as to the tribes living nearby namely Gonda and Madia tribes which depend on the Forest for their habitation. Pench is one of the most popular national parks in Central India just 100 km away from Nagpur. The serene surroundings of rich woody forests with the occasional sightings of wild animals make this national park one of the exciting places to visit. With the majestic Pench river flowing through the greens and a variety of wildlife to be spotted in the rocky terrains, Pench National Park served as an inspiration for the famous novel 'The Jungle Book'.