One of Bhopal's hill stations, Pachmarhi, is in Hoshangabad, Madhya Pradesh. The plateau, called "Satpura ki Rani," is bordered by the Satpura mountains at 1067 m.
Saputara is a Gujarati tourist attraction in Dang. At 250 kilometers from Mumbai it offers a stunning vista of the Western Ghats in the undulating mountains.
It sits at 478 m above sea level between steep mountains and lush deciduous trees. Shivpuri is 311 miles from Bhopal by road and 359 km by train.
Mandu is an old city in Malwa, Madhya Pradesh. It is 2079 ft high in the Vindhya mountains. Mandu is 287 kilometres from Bhopal by road.
Kamadgiri is a hill in the middle of Chitrakoot that has a lot of forests in it. From Bhopal, Kamadgiri is 504 km by road and 552 km by train.
The "Theertharaja" or royal pilgrimage site of Amarkantak located in the Vindhya and Satpura mountain ranges. Amarkantak is 539 kilometers from Bhopal.
Omkareshwar is a famous temple town that is at the point where the Narmada and the Kaveri rivers meet. Bhopal is 254 km from Omkareshwar.
Its crystal-clear lakes, waterfalls, lush valleys, and diverse flora and wildlife are nestled in the spectacular Western Ghat hills. 739.7 km from Bhopal.
This is renowned as the "Paradise of trekkers" due to its lush green slopes and forests. 681.2 kilometers from Bhopal.
Ranakpur, a quiet hill village in Rajasthan's Pali district, is surrounded by the Aravalli hills. It's greenery and lovely streams are famous in the desert state. 615.6 km from Bhopal.