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Madan Mahal Fort:

Madan Mahal Fort is one of the most important historic landmarks of Jabalpur city. Built as a pleasure palace by the tenth Gond King, Madan Singh, the Fort is believed to have been built in 1100 AD. Maintained and protected by the Archaeological survey of India, the Madan Mahal Fort attracts a large number of tourists, historians and photography enthusiasts.


Marble Rocks:

Marble rocks also known as Bheraghat is one of the most well known tourist attractions of Jabalpur. Essentially a gorge of the Narmada River, the marble rocks are greenish in color with a tinge of dark volcanic ash tilling to almost 30 meters on both sides. The tinted marble rocks present a unique formation of the river bed making it one of the most picturesque locations in Jabalpur. The site is a popular picnic hotspot with regular boating facility for the tourists attracting a large number of visitors.


Rani Durgavati Museum:

Rani Durgavati Museum established in year 1976 is one of the most prominent tourist attractions of Jabalpur. House to some of the best collections of prehistoric relics, inscriptions and sculptures, Rani Durgavati Museum is spread on a double-storied building with large open area surrounding the main building. The museum remains open for visitors from Tuesday to Sundays. On outside the building of Rani Durgavati museum, large numbers of statues are kept in open with related information attracting a large number of photography enthusiasts.


Dhuandhar Waterfalls:

Dhuandhar is a foggy picturesque water fall close to the Marble rocks at a distanc eof 25 Kms from Jabalpur city center. A rope-way ride over the Narmada River is the ideal location to view the mighty Dhuandhar waterfalls in their esteemed glory.


Tilwara Ghat:

Tilwara Ghat is one of the most well known landmarks of Jabalpur city. Located on the banks of the Narmada River, the ghats have a ‘Gandhi Smarak’ dedicated in the memory of Mahatma Gandhi. The ghat is also a famous landmark as the ashes of Mahatma Gandhui were immersed in the Narmada River from this point. Tilwara Ghat is also famous for the Tilwadeshwar Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva attracting a large number of pilgrims all though the year.


Dumna Nature Reserve:

Dumna Natural reserve is the most well known eco tourism site in Jabalpur attracting a large number of tourists and nature lovers. Spread over an area of 1058 hectares, the reserve is located at a distance of 10 Kms from Jabalpur city center. The reserve is home to a large number of rare species of flora and fauna including Jackals and wild boars. Khandari Dam located near the vicinity of the Dumna Natural Reserve offers boating excursions for the tourists.


Sangram Sagar Lake:

Sangram Sagar Lake is one of the most well known tourist excursions near Jabalpur. Located at a distance of 15 Kms from Jabalpur city center, Sangram Sagar lake is situated near Bajnamath Fort. The lake is popular for its large number of aquatic species of birds including ducks and home to many migratory birds like the coots and red pilchards.


Mala Devi Temple:

Mala Devi Temple is an ancient 12th century temple attracting a lot of pilgrims and tourists alike. Dedicated to Goddess Mala Devi, the temple holds an idol of the Goddess in the central shrine attracting pilgrims and devotees from across the region of Madhya Pradesh.