Balancing RockThe Balancing Rock formations of Jabalpur, which are basically eroded volcanic rock formations have also survived earthquakes of magnitude upto 6.5 on Richter scale. It is believed by the local people that nothing can disrupt the balance of these rocks.
Bhedaghat-marble rocksSituated 25 kms away from the main city of Jabalpur on the banks of Narmada river, the marble rocks at Bhedaghat present a spectular image to human eyes.
Boat ride to BhedaghatFrom Panchvati Ghat to Bhedaghat, one can enjoy ride on a motorboat from the morning 7am to 7pm on a 22km path. The whole way is very picturesque.
Cable Car across Dhuandhar FallsTo get from one side to another, there is a cable car which takes around Rs. 60 for a return trip. This ropeway gives a magnanimous view of this magnificent waterfalls.
Madan Mahal FortPrettily nestled on the top of a rocky hill, the Madan Mahal Fort was built by Gond ruler, Raja Madan Shah in the year 1116 AD. This fort dominates the skyline and provides a panoramic view of the town and the country side around it.
Rani Durgavati MuseumA museum having letters and photographs of Mahatma Gandhi and sculptures from Chausath Yogini Temple, this museum is located near the Russel Chowk. The museum’s name is coming from Queen Durgavati and it houses a beautiful gallery of Adivasi culture and artefacts.
Sea World Water ParkOnly water park in Jabalpur, this is a fun water park for children and teenagers. The fees are around Rs.100 per person and the timings are around midday to 5pm.
Treasure IslandLocated in Bhim Nagar, this mall is one of the most famous malls in Jabalpur and it caters to all kinds of shopping needs.
What to Eat in Jabalpur : Local Food and CuisineJabalpur has a number of well laid out restaurants as well as flavors, spices and delicacies of the streets that you should not miss. Indulge in local food items such as Bhels, Aloo-Tikki, Chaat, Dosas, Lassi, Rabri, Jalebi and more. Also try the lip-smacking ‘Indian-Chinese’ food available here.