Amravati is one of the districtsof Maharashtra and is a popular tourist destination. It is situated between 20°32' and 21°46' north latitudes to 76°37' and 78°27' east longitudes. The destination is visited by tourists in large number as it offers numerous sightseeing opportunities. Dotted with temples and sanctuaries, the destination attracts pilgrims and adventure enthusiasts from all over the world.
The place is popular for several pilgrimages and temples located in the vicinity such as Shri Ambadevi Temple. It is one of the ancient temples in the destination dating back to the time of Lord Krishna.
Another beautiful temple near Shri Ambadevi Temple is Shri Ekvira Devi Temple, which was built in 1660. Sridham Temple has become a famous tourist attraction because of the Janmashtami fair organised every year. Tourists and devotees throng these temples during the festival of Navratri.
Shri Bhakti Dham Temple is another sightseeing attraction that has gained popularity among children. A park is built in the premises of the temple that attracts tourists and children alike. Besides temples, the destination is home to various wildlife sanctuaries and tiger reserve.
Melghat Tiger Reserve in the Satpura ranges in Vidarbha region of Maharashtra is a popular tourist attraction. Chikhaldara Wildlife Sanctuary and Gugamal National Park are the prominent places for witnessing wildlife. Tourists can spot various animals like wild boar, panther, sloth bear and sambar in these sanctuaries.
Chikhaldara is also popular among tourists, which is known for its coffee plantation, deep valleys and trees. Chatri Talao and Wadali Talao are the reservoirs in the destination that supply water into the city and are popular tourist attraction.