Indore is famous for its vegetarian cuisine. That’s the most renowned thing about our city; we never stop eating snacks. Our foody mouths have enough place to go to to have a bite or two. But, us Indoris like our getaways into the lap of mother nature too.

We are not home to mountain ranges or beaches, but we do have beautiful places we can escape to with our friend and families. For those who are visiting us, Indore has plenty of dining to offer as well as several breathtaking sights.

Gulawat Lake

Gulawat is my favourite place to be near Indore. It is Asia’s largest lotus valley. Distancing only 17 KM from Indore, Gulawat is heaven for photographers. If you want to see the beautiful array of lotus in the lake, November is the best time to visit.

Jam Darwaza

Jam Gate is a testament to long-gone time. The roads to Jam gate is filled with lush green landscapes and waterfalls. It is a beautiful place to sit and ponder at the creation of life. The view from up above will take you to the heavens.

Ralamandal Wildlife Sanctuary

The Ralamandal sanctuary is only 15 KM away from Indore. It is home to a variety of flora and fauna. You will find many wildlife species here to which are mostly harmless. Ralamandal is a great picnic spot to enjoy your leisure time.

Tincha Falls

The monsoon love of every Indori, this 300 feet steep waterfall is inundated by tourists all of the rainy season. Enjoy eating corn and peanuts by the fall and admire the gorge of Tincha falls. Yes, wherever us Indori’s go we take our food with us.