Explore The Orange City Of India: Nagpur, Best Tourist Spots!

Written By

Ruchika Mandora

Buddhist centres and Hindu temples dominate Nagpur's religious and pilgrimage culture. Let's explore additional city attractions.

From the centre of Nagpur, you have to travel 58km to get to Umred Karhandla Wildlife Sanctuary.

Umred Karhandla Wildlife Sanctuary

When compared to the other tiger reserves in existence in India, this is one of the more prestigious.

Pench Tiger Reserve

Buddhists in the state visit here. "Navayana Buddhism" is the monastery's sect. Dr. B R Ambedkar and his 600,000 followers chose Buddhism for their lives in this pilgrim hub.

Deeksha Bhoomi

The same wildlife reserve is called "Nagzira Gondia." Most travellers visit the sanctuary to enjoy its beauty and unusual species and animals.

Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary

To visit this temple and experience its beauty and spirituality, you must travel 20km from Nagpur's city centre.

Dragon Palace Buddhist Temple

This place is ideal for family and friend vacations. Futala Lake will not disappoint solitary travellers or backpackers.

Futala Lake

If you like calm, you'll like the fort's setting. Metropolis tourism won't bother you at the fort because it's remote from the city.

Ramtek Fort

If you can find the main train station in the city of Nagpur, Kasturchand park will be just 1 km away.

Kasturchand Park

If you can go to where the lake is during the golden hours of the day, you'll be able to see one of the most beautiful views in all of Nagpur.

Gorewada Lake

Visiting the science centre with kids or students is a great idea. The scientific centre is designed to engage visitors.

Raman Science Center

The main idea or reason for making such a village is "service." "Mahatma Gandhi," who is known as the father of the country, lived in the village for most of his life.


Spend time with family and friends at this place. Between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m., visitors might visit.

The Seminary Hill

The corporation has established the Narrow Guague Rail Museum, to educate the public about the Indian railway's origins, development, and upgrades.

Narrow Gauge Rail Museum