Nagpur with its zero-mile marker is the precise geographical center of India. Colloquially referred to as orange city, it has also the claim of being the second greenest city of India. The second Capital of Maharashtra is fast emerging as a commercial hub. This 319 years old city (1702 AD-2021 AD) exemplifies a unique blend of antiquity and modernity.
Formally declared as the tiger capital of India, Nagpur is the Gateway city to some of the most popular wild life destination like Tadoba Tiger Reserve, Kanha National Park, Pench National Park and Many more across central India where one can come face to face with the elusive Tiger.
Being the geographical center of India, Nagpur automatically becomes the meeting point of many travel routes with the best air and rail connectivity with all major cities of India.
Also, the city is counted among the most secure cities of the country; and hence, India’s majority gold asset is kept in Nagpur’s Branch of Reserve Bank of India. The city is taking sturdy steps towards growth and development.
In a rural area off AH46, this relaxed resort on more than 4 hectares is 17 km from the Zero Mile Stone monument and 22 km from Nagpur International Airport.
Casual rooms come with flat-screen TVs. Suites add sitting areas. There’s a laid-back restaurant with a bar. Other amenities include an outdoor pool, a children’s playground and camel rides, as well as games and entertainment for kids. There are also sprawling lawns for events.
Dr. Ambedkar had declared in 1935 that although he was born as a Hindu, he would not die as one, as conversion was the solution to abandon the caste system. After this declaration and having extensively and exhaustively studied the doctrines of all the major world religions, Dr. Ambedkar would choose Buddhism for himself and his followers. Deekshabhoomi is famous for its architectural beauty and historical importance. It is one of the main centers of tourism in India
Gorewada Lake along with the dam supporting it can be considered as a full day picnic spot. The waterbody is the main source of water supply for the whole of Nagpur, so has great significance. The lake is surrounded by an abundance of lush green and thick trees, bushes and make for a great landscape.
The lake also attracts birds who come to drink water and can be spotted by birdwatching and nature enthusiasts.
Fun N Food Village is an amusement park that boasts about more than 20 fun rides. The park has exciting attractions such as wave pool, tornado, speed coasters, action zone, adventure activities, kiddie pool and also a separate zone for some private family time.
The park is open on all day, including public holidays and is well to suit on your places to visit in Nagpur list. Especially with kids and young people in the group.
About 20 kilometers from the city of Nagpur is a place called Kampee where this Buddhist temple attracts tourists every year. Here, devotees are often seen chanting Buddhist prayers and meditating for hours and hours at stretch.
The temple has proven to be a great city escape during the summers for Nagpurians when the scorching heat can become a little too unbearable. A drive or two-wheeler ride early in the morning is the best way to travel and make the most of overall experience to this getaway.
Bet you didn’t know that this reserve has a place of pride in Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book, as the home of Mowgli, the boy who lived in the jungle. This reserve is the home of the majestic Royal Bengal Tiger, which has rightly given this place the moniker ‘Glory of Nagpur’. You can have a close encounter with several species of animals including, Blue Bulls, leopards, bears, various reptiles, and exotic bird. While you are on a picnic or on a jungle safari, don the hat of a responsible citizen and do not litter their home. Visit this place during the months between November and June to get the best experience.