Jabalpur Airport, also called as Dumna Airport and operated by the Airports Authority of India is situated 25 kilometers to the east of Jabalpur city in Madhya Pradesh. It serves the eastern part of Madhya Pradesh, Mahakaushal region, and also acts as a gateway for tourists visiting Bandhavgarh National Park, Pench National Park, and Kanha National Park. Historically the airport was used by Great Britain’s Royal Air Force and Royal Flying Corps during World War II. Jabalpur Airport covers an area of 310.22 acres and features a runway of 1,988 meters in length. The airport is well-connected to major Indian cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, Goa, and Kolkata.
Jabalpur is famous among tourists for its scenic beauty and historical monuments. Dhuandhar Waterfalls, Chousat Yogini Temple, and Madan Mahal Fort and Balancing Rock are few places that are worth a visit. Other major tourist attractions include Kachnar City Shiva Temple, Gwarighat or Gowarighat, Tripur Sundari Temple, and Pisanhari Ki Madiya. Dumna Nature Reserve is situated near the Jabalpur Airport, approximately 10 kilometers from city center. It is very famous among nature lovers for walks and to watch wild animals.
The Lal Bagh Palace and the 7-storey Rajwada Palace are remnants of past glory. Religious sites include the Khajrana Ganesh Mandir, the Kaanch Mandir (a Jain temple full of mirrors), Gomatgiri, and the Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga Temple. Patalpani Waterfall, Tincha Falls, and Ralamandal Sanctuary, and Pipliyapala Regional Park are natural beauty sites. At Chhatri Bag, visit the cluster of tombs and cenotaphs of the many rulers of the Holkar dynasty. Indulge in a night shopping experience at Sarafa Bazar, famous for a wide variety of vegetarian food and snacks.
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