Blessed with scenic surroundings, and a landscape studded with ancient structures along sleepy locales and winding streets, Neemuch is a quaint small town that lures travelers with its rustic charm. Basking in the glory of its phenomenal historical background, the city continues to nurture its age-old traditions, ensconced within the heart of the country; Madhya Pradesh
Endowed with the presence of two rivers, namely Narmada and Gambir, flowing by, the city has witnessed many significant events in the past. A British Cantonment during the colonial era, it was named 'Nimach' which expands as North India Mounted Artillery and Cavalry Headquarters. Eventually recognized as Neemuch, the city is a treasure trove of delights.There is no dearth of sightseeing attractions in Neemuch, as the city boasts a number of religious and historical sites worth visiting. The Bhadwamata Temple is a sacred site and one of the city's most popular attractions. The Sukhanandji Ashram is another important religious site in the city. Situated in a cave, and surrounded by greenery, it is also worth visiting for its natural beauty. The 11th century Nava Toran Temple is known for its beautiful, ancient structure.Neemuch also has much to offer when it comes to natural spots, such as the Morwan Dam and Gandhi Sagar Dam. Surrounded by greenery and with a pleasant climate, these are ideal locations for spending some time in the tranquil company of nature. Visit the Gandhi Sagar Sanctuary to explore and observe the wilderness.Taking a stroll along the city's various street markets gives you a glimpse of the local lifestyle and culture. Traditional folk artifacts can be found at the local markets such as Pustak Bazaar, Dussehra Maidan, Satya Path, and so on.The easy availability of transport facilities makes traveling in Neemuch convenient. The most common way of traveling within the city is by auto-rickshaw. You can hire one from any part of the city. Larger tempos, with the capacity of seating six people at a time, are also convenient for traveling. Private jeeps operate as taxis and can be hailed from the streets. Tourists may find local transport uncomfortable, and have the option of hiring a private car through one of the car rentals in the city.Avoid traveling to Neemuch during summer to escape the heat as it can be uncomfortable for tourist activities.It is unsafe to stay out late at night as the city does not have an active nightlife
Neemuch is not well connected to other major cities of the country via regular flights. The nearest airport is in Udaipur at a distance of 100kms.
Airports: Maharana Pratap Airport
There is no regular trains to Neemuch from other major cities of the country. The nearest Railway station is at Bhilwara which is located at a distance of 100kms.
Railway Station(s): Bhilwara