A Paradise Island in the heart of India
The Hanuwantiya Island in Khandwa district, in Madhya Pradesh makes for the perfect seaside escape
Hanuwantiya which is by the bank of Indira Sagar dam offers beauty in abundance; Clear skies dotted with majestic white clouds,emerald green foliage and,best of all, azure waters.
Enjoy a wide array of water sports during "Jal Mahostav,‚ÄĚ India‚Äôs only and largest annual water carnival. This eighty day long grand event is a paradise for adventure seekers, art enthusiasts, foodies and people who seek a break from the chaotic city life. The most recent edition of the festival took place from Dec 2019-Feb 2020.
Start your day waking up in your own luxury tent to a picture-perfect sunrise, and see the golden light just melt over the trees and water. Your accommodation will be in a beautifully arrayed tent city that‚Äôs located close to all the action. Enjoy a leisurely breakfast,overlooking the beautiful blue waters.
There‚Äôs food court that dishes out some of the tastiest food items native to MP and this includes street food too. Make sure you visit the crafts bazaar which sells beautiful handicrafts that you can carry home as a reminder of the great times you‚Äôve experienced. You can continue your tryst with MP‚Äôs culture by spending the evening at Hanuwantiya watching folk music and dance performances.
Take your pick from a host of activities on land, air, and water like paramotoring and parasailing, and even water zorbing.
If you‚Äôre the sort who just wants to take it easy and just watch the world go by, there are ways of doing that as well. Take your pick from the house boats and cruise boats and laze around on their decks
How to get there:
By Air: The nearest airport is Indore, just three hours from the Madhya Dweep islands where Hanuwantiya is located.
By Train: The nearest station is Khandwa, 50 km away.
By Road: Hanuwantiya is well connected to Indore,Bhopal and Khandwa.
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