The remarkable, donation-funded Sambhavna Trust Clinic treats 150 to 200 Union Carbide disaster victims per day using yoga, ayurvedic treatments, conventional medicine and herbal remedies. Visitors are welcome and d…
The lodge was built by Captain Forsyth for his own use in 1862, and also housed the region's Forest Department for more than half a century. This is where you must come for permits and 4WDs to visit sites in the Pac…
The ticket for Orchha’s sites covers seven monuments – the Jehangir Mahal, Raj Mahal, Raj Praveen Mahal, camel stables, chhatris, Chaturbhuj Temple and Lakshmi Narayan Temple – is only sold at this ticket office at …
It's about 1.5km south of the main museums, but not terribly convenient to anything else.
This agency, run by Romi Samele, is the representative in town for Orchha Home-Stay at Ganj, and is also good for all kinds of travel bookings. It's behind Ram Raja Temple.
Can help with arrangements for visiting tribal villages, and also sells Bastar handicrafts and forest products like honey, spices and medicinal juices.
Has guidebooks and free leaflets on statewide tourist destinations. It's near Circuit House, but also has stands at the airport and train station.
It has perfunctory information boards but can answer questions and arrange government-certified guides (per half-day/day ₹470/660).
Has tourist information and makes bookings for MP Tourism hotels.
Gives statewide advice and can help organise tribal visits, transport, accommodation and guides. Also has a booth at the airport.