Travelling solo can be a cathartic experience for many a reason. Away from the daily humdrum and chaos, planning a trip with your own company is just what you might need to unwind. And what better way to do so than in the sprawling lands of Madhya Pradesh. The state known fondly as the Heartland of India and for all the right reasons is just the right place for travellers to go to. Yes, catching up with your friends and family can be quite an experience, however, time away from them too can amount to some cherishable moments that make for great memories.
Madhya Pradesh, renowned for its national parks in Kanha, Bandhavgarh, Panna, Satpura and Pench also has quite a few gems that travelers often miss out on in favour of the glitz and glamour of the more popular places. Indore, for instance is one of those cities in the state that is dotted with a lot of exciting sites that you can add to your itinerary if you are travelling solo. Known as the Gastronomic capital of India, not to mention, the delectable cuisines that you would get to taste, the colourful streets filled with fares of all kinds that you would get to discover on your own as well as the people you would surely meet when you venture out on your own, either while roaming around in the streets trying out new places or if you need an expert opinion from the natives. Take a look at a few of the many interesting places in and around Indore that you can visit if you are heading out on your own in the place:
1. Spend A Few Days In Bhopal
Bhopal is only about 200kms from Indore which takes approximately 3 hours to reach. Bhopal is renowned for the multitude of lakes. The Buddhist monuments, the Rock shelters, Tribal Museums, the Van Vihar National Park, Moti Masjid, the Lower Lake and many more can be frequented when you are in the vicinity.
2. A Getaway To Ujjain
Ujjain is yet another place where you can plan a getaway to if you are done touring Indore. Kumbh Mela is one of the most looked forward to event here in Ujjain and draws millions of devotees from all over the world. Visit the place to see what is it about the world’s largest religious gathering that make so people converge at the same time. The temples of Mahakali, Bade Ganeshji, Kal Bhairav Mandir, The Sun Dial at Ved Shala and more are some of the places that deserve special mention.
3. Make A Pit Stop At Hanumantiya
The island can be found around 170kms from Indore that is almost a 4 hours drive. Jal Mahotsav is one of the many water based festivals that you can indulge in once you are here and also stay behind to take a look at the other water sports that Hanumantiya is famous for.
4. A List Of The Three Water Bodies That Are 2 Hours From Indore:
a. Tincha Fall
b. Choral Dam
c. Patalpani Waterfall
From planning night outs to just covering each of these places over a span of a single weekend can be made possible if you arrange for the trip thoughtfully. The waterfalls make a surreal scenery, imbuing the place with an atmospheric feel. The ethereal beauty of these places is enough to draw in hundreds of visitors every year. Partake in the beauty of these lands and be prepared to be transfixed.
Enlist the assistance of i4u Travels Services, one of the established travel agencies who cater to all your requirements and have yourself a fruitful experience cruising through the Kanha national park or stopping by to be awed by the sheer brilliance of the Sanchi Stupa!