Nagpur which is known for its fantastic tourist places is the largest city in central India and it is also the winter capital of the state of Maharashtra. In a recent survey conducted by the government of India Nagpur topped the list of most green city. Nagpur is also known as the Orange City for being a major trade center of oranges cultivated in the region. Nagpur is also known as the Tiger Capital of India as it is the home for many tiger reserves in India.
Thousands of people from all over Indian and abroad visit Nagpur and its tourist places and to accommodate those people there are many hotels in Nagpur. These Nagpur hotels are famous for their hospitability and quality services. From high budget hotels to low budget hotels, one can find hotels of any range.
Best time to visit
Nagpur is a tropical wet and dry climate where the annual rainfall of 1,205 mm makes the city wet. Summers are extremely hot and temperature can rise up to a staggering of 49°C. Tourists usually avoid visiting in summer months due to hot weather. The climate of Nagpur is known for its pleasant and green feel. It is not that extreme that people can’t survive and it is not that easy that it does not effect. It is in between these two facts. This is the reason there is always a flow of tourist from all over the world to these places because this type of climate provide them the perfect timing to travel any time of the year although the occasional monsoon can make things little wet but some people likes rain with them while enjoying some of the most beautiful places of the world. Winter lasts from November to January, during which temperatures can drop below 10 °C.
Places to visit
Some of the best tourist places in India are in Nagpur. Some of them are Dhamma Chakra Stupa (Diksha Bhumi), Ambazari Lake, Futala Lake, Lake Garden Sakkardara, Maharaj Bagh / Botanical Garden, Musical Garden, Shukrawari Lake, Telankadi Lake, Bohra Masjid, Ramtek Fort Temple
Some of the places of tourist attraction are Seminary Hills, Sitabuldi Fort, Deekshabhoomi:, Maharajbagh zoo, Raman Science Centre, Futala Lake, Ambazari Lake:, Khernakala, Balaji Temple, national parks surrounding Nagpur are, Tadoba, Pench, Nagzira, Melghat, Kanha, Bordharan, Umrer Karhandla