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Ambazari Lake:

Ambazari Lake is by far the most popular tourist destination of Nagpur city. Located near the city center, the Ambazari Lake is spread over an area of 16 Kms with a beautiful garden surrounding the Lake. The Ambazari Lake attracts a large number of tourists and nature lovers to witness the splendor of the lake and its surrounding lush green park. The garden adjoining the Ambazari Lake has a walking trail and a jogging track making it quite popular with the locals in the mornings and evenings with people walking around the park witness natural; splendor and its best.


Maharaja Baug:

Maharaja Baug built by rulers of the erstwhile Bhonsle Dynasty is one of the oldest gardens of Nagpur. The Maharaja Baug has a botanical garden in its vicinity which is home to some of the exotic varieties of shrugs and trees. The botanical gardens also attract a large number of migratory birds making it one of the most popular hangouts for birdwatchers and nature lovers. Maharaja Baug has a zoo adjoining to the gardens which is a popular picnic hangout for the local population.


Deeksha Bhoomi:

Deeksha Bhoomi is a popular Buddhist hotspot in Nagpur city attracting a large number of pilgrims and historians. Home to one of the largest Buddhist stupas in the region, the Deeksha Bhoomi is famous for being the place where Dr. B.R Ambedkar initiated the conversion of Dalits to Buddhism. Made out of Dhaulpur sandstone, the stupa at Deeksha Bhoomi can accommodate more than 5000 people with a height of over 120 feet.


Sitabuldi Fort:

Sitabuldi Fort built by the British in 1857 is one of the major archeological landmarks of Nagpur. The Fort s maintained and operated by the Indian Territorial Army and special permission is required to visit the Sitabuldi Fort. The Fort has a dedicated section housing rare artifacts and a memorial built in the memory of soldiers who lost their lives in the battle between the British and the Marathas. Located on a hilltop, the Sitabuldi Fort attracts a large number of tourists all through the year.


Ramtek Fort Temple:

Ramtek Fort Temple located inside the Ramtek Fort is one of the oldest shrines of Nagpur. Believed to be the resting place of Lord Rama before embarking on his journey to Lanka to kill the demon King Ravana, the Ramtek Fort Temple is dedicated to Lord Rama and Goddess Sita. Located amid the line up on dense forest and lush green surroundings on a hilltop, the Ramtek Fort Temple attracts tourists, pilgrims and nature lovers alike.


Bohra Masjid:

Bohra Masjid is one of the most important religious shrines in Nagpur city. Dedicated to the Dawoodi Bohra Muslim community, the Bohra Masjid is located in Itwari close to Nagpur city center. The mosque has a large community hall adjoining the main shrines used for community gatherings and other celebrations. The Bohra Masjid attracts a large number of devotees and pilgrims on Fridays considered to be the most scared day for prayers.


Lake Garden Sakkardara:

Lake Garden Sakkardara is one of the most beautiful tourist hangouts in Nagpur city. Located on the banks of Sakkardara Lake, the Lake Gardens offer a perfect backdrop for unwinding and relaxing in the evenings or over the weekend away from the hustle and bustle of the urban city blues. Lake Garden Sakkardara is a popular tourist destination as well as a picnic hotspot for the locals.  


Shukrawari Lake:

Shukrawari Lake also known as Gandhi Sagar Lake is one of the oldest water bodies in Nagpur city attracting a large number of tourists. Famous for its boating escapades the Shukrawari lake is enclosed by various stone walls making it one of the most beautiful landmarks in Nagpur city. The lake has a small Ganesha temple in its vicinity attracting spiritual seekers and pilgrims all through the year. 



Sevagram Ashram founded by the father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi in 1933 is one of the popular tourist destinations in Nagpur city. Considered to be the headquarters of all social endeavors undertaken by Mahatma Gandhi during his fifteen year stay in Nagpur, Sevagram Ashram attracts histroins and tourists from all over the globe.


Vyankatesh Temple:

Vyankatesh Temple is one of the most significant religious shrines in Nagpur attracting a large number of pilgrims and devotees from all over India.  Located on the Dharaskar Road, the Vyankatesh Temple dedicated to Lord Vyankatesh was constructed in 1968. The idol of Lord Vyankatesh is made of black stone studded with gold ornaments. The temple is considered to be one of the most scared shrines of Nagpur city.

Futala Lake:

This famous lake in Nagpur is a popular hangout place of local people. The charming atmosphere and the beautiful  fountains here offer a relaxing atmosphere attracting several tourists, especially those who come here to spend relaxing evenings.


Musical Garden:

Situatedat Surya Nagar, this garden which is also known as Lata Mangeshkar Musical Garden is an ideal spot to spend an evening. The sprawling greens and landscaped lawns here offer a pleasant ambience. The musical fountains here with thematic notes & tunes are operated by musicians. Several musical concerts are held round the year at the open air theatre here.


Telankadi Lake:

This is a popular picnic spot in Nagpur.  Located in the outskirts of Nagpur, it is a perfect spot for family visits. There is a children’s park, a beautiful lake side for evening strolls, landscaped lawns for relaxing moments, spacious walking trails, aquariums etc