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Heart of India Tourism Guide in Central India Touring Khajuraho

Heart of India Tourism Holiday Guide to Central India Khajuraho

Central India, the Heart of India, attracts people from far and wide to the vibrant lifestyle and colourful culture. From the wildlife sanctuaries to the erotic temples of Khajuraho, the heart of India provides visitors with an array of activities and adventures.

Central India

From the states of Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh and Agra come some of the favourite tourist spots. Khajuraho is a favourite for its unparalleled artistry and temples, Mumbai for its gorgeous beaches and activity of its metropolis, Chhattisgarh for its exceptional eco tourism and national parks and Agra’s famous Taj Mahal.

To time your visit for the best experience, take into account the weather. Central India experiences hot summers but cool winters. The rains in July to September deter many visitors but the temperatures are considered moderate for Indian standards. If you are able to avoid the monsoon, your travel to Madhya Pradesh and beyond will likely be very pleasant.

If you are new to India and have not travelled here before, tours can be the best way to see and experience all there is. There are specialised tours that are tailored to include all the great places of India. This means no stress with language and not knowing where to go. You can be in amongst the action with like minded people, enjoying the highlights of the Indian culture and sights.

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Agra is a top tourist destination for one main reason, for one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the monument of love, the Taj Mahal. People from all around the world come to admire Agra’s architectural magnificence. Located south of Delhi, Agra has more to offer tourists than just the Taj Mahal, so rather than just doing a day trip, take a couple of days to explore. There are other World Heritage Sites to see, the Agra Fort and the Fatehpur Sikri which are well worth the stay.

Chhatisgarh is densely blanketed with forest where many tribes still inhabit. For a truly unique experience, explore Chhatisgarhs ancient monuments and temples, rock paintings, waterfalls and palaces.

Madhya Pradesh
Madhya Pradesh is landlocked between Chhattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh and Maharastra. This ‘Central Province’ is home to beautiful diverse forests and the famous Khajuraho temples that are not to be missed.

Don’t let the persistent rickshaw drivers put you off, take a deep breath and take in the truly incredible Heart of India.