Tigra Dam (23 Km)
This inviting spot amidst picturesque surroundings it is a popular picnic spot.
Ghategaon Sanctuary (30 Km)
Sspread over an area of 512 Sq. Km. this sanctuary is the habitat of the Chinkara, Blue Bull, Sambar and the Great Indian Bustard.
Pawaya (68 km)
If you a history lover this place will entice you. Archaeological ruins dating back to the 1st - 8th centuries can be seen here.
Datia (69 km)
34 Km. from Jhansi, it is mentioned in the Mahabharata as ‘Daityavakra’. The main monuments here are the 7-storeyed palace of Raja Bir Singh Deo & Gopeshwar Temple.
This sacred Jain hills lies 3 km from Datia. There are 77 Jain temples built in rows on the hills and its slopes. A large annual fair is held in the month of Chaitra.
Kuno - Palpur Sanctuary (86 Km)
Located in Morena district, it occupies an area of 345 sq. km. a wildlife lover can spot here the Tiger, Panther, Sambar, Nilgai, Chinkara & Black buck.
Chambal and Ghariyal Sanctuaries (104 km)
Famous for the Crocodile, Ghariyal, Turtle and a variety of Migratory birds, Chambal is in Morena district and Sone Ghariyal in Sidhi district.
Shivpuri (112 km)
Once the summer capital of the Scindias of Gwalior. The place is home to intricately embellished marble chhatris erected by the Scindia princes.
Located on the Betwa river, it was one of the most powerful kingdoms of Central India in the 16th cent.
Narwar (128 Km)
It was the traditional capital of Raja Nal of Naisadha, whose love for Damyanti is legendary. The architecture of the fort and palaces here is Rajput in style.