Jalmahotsav returns………………..!

The third edition of Jalmahotsav, a festival of adventure tourism in central India, is back with a bang and is about to unfold between 15th Oct 2017 to 2nd Jan 2018, at Hanuwantiya, District Khandwa. Hanuwantiya is a serene destination by the banks of the Indira Sagar dam- one of the biggest man-made dams and offers unmatched scope for adventure lovers. The 80 days long adventure carnival will be a treat for all those who want to seek adventure other than rock climbing or mountaineering. A wide range of water , land and air activities will be available to choose from like parasailing, para motoring, hot air ballooning, wind surfing, para -sailing, island camping, jet -skiing, artificial climbing wall, Burma bridge, night camping, bird watching and lots more. Para-motoring and hot air ballooning will make you reach out for your cameras to freeze the thrilling moment of your life up in the air.

This quiet, secluded place will be buzzing with activities for full month long when it will transform into a tented city to host the guests from India and abroad. Cultural extravaganza every day, after sun down including the ne w year eve -party will be something you will cherish. Craft bazaar, food bazaar, cycle rides and many more recreational activities are waiting to be explored.

There is wide range of attractive packages to choose from a tent city package to island night camping package to staying in premium / deluxe tent. The tariff ranges from 7,100/- to 20,000/-. For details log into www.jalmahotsav.com or reach tourist helpline at 18002337777.

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