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Nagpur, where culture and conservation intersect

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Surrounded by verdant countryside, Nagpur is a common destination for both leisure and business travellers. The third-largest city and second capital of the Indian state of Maharashtra, it is famous for its oranges, thus aptly earning the title “Orange City”.

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A colourful and bustling metropolis, the city offers a rich tapestry of cultural and wildlife attractions. As the second capital city of Maharashtra, Nagpur is also an administrative centre, and visitors who fly to Nagpur will find it to be well-organised with plenty to offer.

Nagpur highlights

Eco-tourism plays a huge role in attracting travellers to Nagpur, especially to its Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve and Pench National Park, home to the rarest of species.

  • Tourist attractions

    Nagpur is an important gateway to several of India’s nature reserves and wildlife parks, including the Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve and the Pench National Park. These compounds are home to some of the country’s rarest animals, such as tigers, Indian bison, leopards, deer, sloth bears, and civets. Once popular with big game hunters, the city has repositioned itself to attract conservation tourists and those interested in discovering the natural wonders of India.

    Nagpur is also close to the temples of Ramtek and the ashrams of Sevagram, which are stunning examples of ornate Indian architecture. A few kilometres from Nagpur is Khindsi Lake, which is a hotspot for water-sports and family picnics. The dense forest surrounding the lake is perfect for hiking.

    Other attractions to explore include the Dragon Palace in Kamptee, a Buddhist temple that attracts around one million visitors every year. The Masjid Gharib Nawaz is a famous marble mosque located in Mominpura. If you want to experience nature, visit the Japanese Rose Garden, which is an ideal place for a stroll while admiring its well-manicured grounds. In the heart of the city you’ll also find the Zero Mile Stone – the geographical centre of India, where a monument stands of four horses and a sandstone pillar.

  • Leisure activities

    If you’re travelling to Nagpur with family, don’t miss Nagpur’s water-parks. The RamDham is particularly popular, with well-kept grounds. And water-lovers should head to the Haldiram Water Park or the family-oriented Krazy Castle Aqua Park.

    To learn about Nagpur’s conservation efforts, visit the Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary and the Khekranala Reservoir, which is also an ideal location for a relaxing picnic. If you want to see some regional art, the LeArtigiano Art Gallery is the place for you. The gallery houses an outstanding collection of contemporary works.

  • Food

    Mount Road, near Sadar, is a food-lover’s paradise. Here you’ll find everything from local delicacies to Oriental, Punjabi and Southern Indian specialities.

    For street food, roadside carts are plentiful and offer a huge selection of delicious on-the-go food, including pani puri (puffed wheat ball stuffed with potato), chaat (savoury snacks) and Pav bhaji (spicy curry).

    If you travel to Nagpur during summer, don’t forget to sample the region’s oranges. Nagpur claims to grow the sweetest, juiciest oranges in the whole of India. Try orange burfi, a milk-based sweet with orange flavouring.

  • Shopping

    The main shopping areas in the city are Itwari, Sitabuldi, Sadar and Dharampeth. Here you’ll find plenty of shops, boutiques and pavement hawkers – so be prepared to haggle for a bargain. The Sunday Footpath Market at Sitabuldi is ideal for general shopping.

    Nagpur is also famous for cotton clothes and handicrafts. Head for Sitabuldi and Itwari, for the best handicrafts.

Essential facts about Nagpur

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