Hanuwantiya is an amazing tourist destination situated on the bank of the backwater of Indira Sagar Dam, one of the largest man-made water bodies in the world. It is not a sea but you will be convinced that you are by the seaside when the winds play with you and the sounds of the waves allure you to the shore. The place is known for its water activities in freshwater, greenery, and local Nimar Culture. In recent years, Madhya Pradesh Tourism Department developed it as Tourist Destination for Water Sports Activities. Now, It’s a most emerging tourism destination of Central India. Tourists from Central and North India to visit Hanuwantiya to explore its island and enjoy water adventure activities. One of the biggest reason to attract tourist is its river water which is not salty So tourist can enjoy the fun of sea in river water. This is a piece of land which offers all three types of adventure ie Land Based, Water Based and Air Based. Here you can enjoy cruising, jet ski, banana ride, water parasailing, paramotors, ballooning, land parasailing, camping, trekking, cart riding, and much more. One of the thing that attracts you most is to take cottage and enjoy the view of the sunrise from your balcony.
Lets Explore Hanuwantiya…
Day 1: Reached Hanuwantiya from Khandwa Railway Station
Day 2: Good Morning from Hanuwantiya
The combination of Cold air, the sound of River Narmada waves and Sunrise were soothing my eyes.
How to Reach:
Airways: Nearest Airport (150 kms)is Indore Airport (IDR) which is directly connected with New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Goa, Gwalior, Pune, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Nagpur and Raipur.
Railways: Nearest Railway Station is Khandwa (50kms), which is directly connected with all major cities of the country.
Roadways: Buses facilities are always available on regular basis to all Indore and Khandwa. A better option is to hire Cab/ Taxi.
Where to Stay: Best place to stay is Hanuwantiya Cottage Resort run by M.P. Tourism
Best Season to Visit: From July to March is the right time to visit Hanuwantiya. Monsoon is making this place heaven.