Maharashtra is the third largest state in India, with a plethora of cities to explore. It is nearly impossible to explore the entire of Maharashtra in a single visit. Therefore, this blog will take you to the Vidarbha region of Maharashtra, where you will get a virtual tour of Nagpur and Pench National Park. That is not all. Stepping beyond the Maharashtra state borders, we will also make a tour to Jabalpur, which is in Madhya Pradesh, the neighbouring state of Maharashtra. Visiting this trio will take 7 days. Therefore, this could be a perfect vacation plan that can be merrily executed with family or friends.

The ideal time to visit all three places is from mid-October to March. Therefore, choose a long weekend where you need to apply for a lesser number of leaves in your office. The month of October comes with several festive dates. So, plan your trip accordingly. 

Let’s begin with the trip.


On day 1 of your trip reach Nagpur by boarding a train to Nagpur Junction or a flight to Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar International Airport. Wrapping up with all the formalities of checking in to a hotel set your feet for sightseeing. Nagpur is also the home to Vidharbha’s most spicy cuisine, known as Sauji cuisine. Do not miss to try the tari poha on your visit to Nagpur.

Nagpur is the third largest city of Maharashtra and is known as the winter capital of the state. The city is also awarded the title ‘Orange City’ due to extensive production of oranges. Visit the most significant tourist spots in Nagpur in 2 days. 

1. Deeksha Bhoomi

2. Tekdi Ganesh Temple

3. Narrow Gauge Rail Museum

4. Sitabardi Fort

5. Zero Mile Freedom Park

6. Ambazari Lake

7. Dhamma Ashok Chakra Buddha Vihar

8. Dragon Palace Temple

9. Ramtek Dam

Pench National Park:

On the 3rd day of the trip drive about 77.7 km to reach Pench National Park. The Chorabahuli zone is the nearest to Nagpur. The first safari can be proceeded in this zone. Conduct Pench Safari Booking for multiple slots to experience the thrill of wildlife to the fullest. On the third day go for the evening safari in the Chorabahuli zone.

The next day book seats for both the morning and evening safari to a spot a wide range of wild animals in the Pench forest such as Tiger, Wolf, Hyena, Leopard, Black-naped hare, Porcupine, Sambar and many more.


On the 5th day morning leave Pench National Park and head towards Jabalpur, which is about 430 km from Pench National Park. Jabalpur city is believed to have got its name from the saint Jabali, who meditated on the banks of River Narmada. Jabalpur is also known as the ‘City of Rocks’ and is quite famous for marble rocks. One of the most admired cities of Madhya Pradesh, Jabalpur is the hub of industrial and business firms along with an abundance of tourist places to visit. Stay for 2 nights and 3 days to explore the whole of Jabalpur without being in a hurry.

1. Dhuandhar Falls

2. Marble Rocks

3. Balancing Rock

4. Dumna Nature Reserve Park

5. Madan Mahal Fort

6. Rani Durgavati Museum

7. Chausath Yogini Temple

8. Bargi dam

9. Tilwara Ghat

10. Pisanhari ki Madiya

On the 7th day, which is the final day, wrap up your trip and head towards Jabalpur Junction or Dumna Airport to get back home. You can also choose to travel by road based on the distance of your residence.