Ecotourism is a responsible way to travel to natural areas that conserves the environment and improves the well-being of local people. It offers market-linked long-term solutions and provides effective economic incentives for conserving and enhancing bio-cultural diversity and helps protect the natural and cultural heritage of the local region. By increasing local capacity building and employment opportunities, ecotourism is an effective vehicle for empowering local communities around the world to fight against poverty and to achieve sustainable development. With an emphasis on enriching personal experiences and environmental awareness through interpretation, ecotourism promotes greater understanding and appreciation for nature, local society, and culture.

Ecotourism is about uniting conservation, communities, and sustainable travel. This means that those who implement and participate in ecotourism activities should follow the following ecotourism principles:

  • Minimize impact.
  • Build environmental and cultural awareness and respect.
  • Provide positive experiences for both visitors and hosts.
  • Provide direct financial benefits for conservation.
  • Provide financial benefits and empowerment for local people.
  • Raise sensitivity to host countries’ political, environmental, and social climate.

Medical Tourism Health Care & Procedures


  • Hip / Knee Replacements
  • CABG / Cardiac Treatments
  • Total Hip Replacement
  • Knee Arthroscopy/
  • Mastectomy/Breast Removal
  • Spinal Fusion
  • Decompressive Laminectomy
  • Open Cholecystectomy

Plastic / Cosmetic Surgery: A surgical procedure concerned with the restoration, construction, reconstruction, or improvement in the form, function, and appearance of body structures that are missing, defective, damaged, or misshapen. It encompasses both reconstructive and aesthetic surgery.

  • Blepharoplasty Upper/Low Eye Lift
  • Liposuction
  • Face Lift
  • Hair Transplantation
  • Tummy Tuck
  • Breast Augmentation
  • Nose repair (Rhinoplasty)
  • Ear Correction (Otoplasty)
  • CCSVI / MS Liberation Treatment

Invasive Treatments: A procedure requiring insertion of an instrument or device into the body through the skin or a body orifice for diagnosis or treatment. To cover treatments which require Anesthesia of any sort (local, general)

  • Chemotherapy
  • Radiation Therapy
  • Hemodialysis
  • Vein Stripping/Varicose Veins
  • ESWL/Lithotripsy
  • TURP / Prostate Surgery
  • Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy
  • Lasik Surgeries
  • Incisional and Abdominal Hernia

Non-Invasive Treatments: A procedure that does not require insertion of an instrument or device through the skin or a body orifice for diagnosis or treatment.

  • Executive Health Check-up
  • Dental Services (Specifics)
  • Dental Implants
  • Laser Teeth Whitening
  • Dental Crowns/Bridges/Veneers
  • Dental Treatments
  • Colonoscopy
  • Mammogram +/- Ultrasound
  • PET-CT Scan
  • PRK Eye Laser

Tour Madhya Pradesh Offers


  • Internationally Recognized Medical Tourist facilities
  • Historical Tourism
  • Religious Tourism
  • Eco Tourism
  • Experience Yoga and Meditation from where it began
  • Adventure Sports like Hot Air Ballooning, Zip Lining,  Para-Gliding, Parasailing, Valley Crossing, Rock  Climbing, Nature Walk, Trekking, Water Sports and Camping.

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Madhya Pradesh – The Indian Heart

The heart of Incredible India is Madhya Pradesh, the gateway to ancient civilizations, a dignified fusion of the old and the new. A palmiest of tribal culture and heritage, flourishing in verdant forests Madhya Pradesh offers you adventure and serenity. No other state in India, but Madhya Pradesh, enmeshes so many different flavors of tradition and culture.

The geographic heart of India, Madhya Pradesh is a vibrant cultural collage of faith and heritage. A cauldron of  cultures beautifully retaining an amalgamated heritage with distinctive zeal.

Madhya Pradesh culture is a harmonious amalgamation of Hindus, Muslims, Buddhists, Jains, Christians, and Sikhs. It is also home to some of India’s the most prominent tribal communities. Twenty percent of Madhya Pradesh population are Tribal, contributing to the rich cultural saga of Madhya Pradesh, blending their indigenous cultures to its large melting pot.

Madhya Pradesh is  an expression of ‘diversity’.

‘Unity in Diversity’, is a foundation for India’s secular state, and here in Madhya Pradesh, people belonging to numerous religions, castes and creeds, no internecine feuds exist amongst them.

For good reason, Madhya Pradesh was the heart of Indian civilization:  Skeletal remains suggest Homo-erectus roamed the Narmada Valley 500,000 years ago. Moreover, the tribal communities of the state comprises of different tribes like Bhils, Gonds, Oraons, Kols, Bhilals, Murias and Korkus, to name a few. These people belonging to numerous religions and ethnic backgrounds reflect the concept of Indian secularism and contribute to the animated cultural effervescence of the state. Go through this article and get a kaleidoscopic glimpse of the cultural heritage of Madhya Pradesh.

Madhya Pradesh emerged as an Indian state in the year 1956. During that period, the state also rose to prominence as the largest state in India. However, with the bifurcation of Chhattisgarh in 2000, the modern-day Madhya Pradesh came into being.



The Cultural Museum of India

The state of Madhya Pradesh can be termed as a cultural museum of India.

Its capital, Bhopal, is well-connected nationally by a, rail or road. It’s broad tree-lined roads, fashionable markets and cultural centers and museums, radiate from two medieval lakes and the old city’s bustling crowds, winding alleys and to Asia’s largest mosque, the Taj-ul-Masajid.

The old and new city of Bhopal are bipolar with their singular charms, yet confluence to impart the place its exemplary beauty. From the Gulmohar studded broad boulevards to its labyrinthine alleys, you cannot miss Bhopal’s pervasive celestial quaintness. The old bazaars are inexhaustible storehouses of traditional handicrafts. Beaded handiwork and high-quality fabrics are a popular tourist attraction.

Bhopal is in easy reach of two World Heritage sites. The serene calm of Sanchi, built by Mauryan Emperor Asoka to house the Buddha’s remains and the prehistoric rock shelters of Bhimbetka.

Palaces and temples reveal a rich history of great heroes. Cenotaphs and Chhatris poised on the Betwa river commemorate the 15th century rulers of Orccha. The ruined remains of Islampur, built by Pushtan conquer Dost Mohammad Khan lay 11 kilometers from Bhopal. Gwalior displays masterpieces of Indian architecture.

The state of Madhya Pradesh is nothing but a treasure for all those who love to experience jungle thrills and adventurous lookouts. The national parks and sanctuaries of the state teem with some of the most interesting wildlife species found in India. Apart from that, many endangered species also have seen revival within their precincts. Excitement lurks amidst the folds of these parks, in the form of tigers, leopards, bisons, gaurs, deer and a wide variety of reptiles and birds. In fact, the wildlife sanctuaries of Madhya Pradesh offer good opportunities to watch wildlife, amidst natural locales.

Easily accessible from major towns and cities of the state, these sanctuaries, and parks are prime draws as far as tourists visiting Madhya Pradesh are concerned. With India’s largest area of verdant forest Madhya Pradesh offers you a picturesque adventure of rappelling, rock climbing, nature walks, trekking, bird watching, and mountain biking.



Benefitting Tourism

There are a number of benefits of tourism for both the tourist and the host destination. On a large scale, it offers a good alternative to some more destructive industries for generating income both on nationally and privately.

The tourism industry encompasses many different areas, so it also creates jobs in many different areas. With tourism come hotels, restaurants, car rental agencies, tour companies, service stations, souvenir shops, sports equipment rentals, and much more. All of this creates many different levels of employment for people in a given community.

In many places the introduction and development of tourism allows local people an opportunity for economic and educational growth that would not otherwise be available. In addition, it allows both the tourist and the local community a chance to experience other cultures, which broadens understanding.

If properly used, tourism generated income can be tremendously beneficial to the host country and its local communities. Tourism generated income can be used on a national and local level to better education, improve infrastructure, to fund conservation efforts, and to promote more responsible tourism.

Tourism Types

  • Accessible Tourism
  • Adventure Tourism
  • Agrotourism
  • Archaeological Tourism
  • Atomic Tourism
  • Benefit Tourism
  • Birth Tourism
  • Bookstore Tourism
  • Christian Tourism
  • Cultural Tourism
  • Dark Tourism
  • Disaster Tourism
  • Drug Tourism
  • Eco Tourism
  • Extreme Tourism
  • Garden Tourism
  • Geo Tourism
  • Ghetto Tourism
  • Halal Tourism
  • Heritage Tourism
  • Literary Tourism
  • Medical Tourism
  • Militarism Heritage Tourism
  • Pop-Culture Tourism
  • Poverty Tourism
  • Religious Tourism
  • Responsible Tourism
  • Romance Tourism
  • Rural Tourism
  • Shark Tourism
  • Space Tourism
  • Sports Tourism
  • Suicide Tourism
  • Sustainable Tourism
  • Tolkien Tourism
  • Tombstone Tourism
  • Village Tourism
  • War Tourism
  • Water Tourism
  • Wildlife Tourism
  • Wildlife Tourism
  • Wine Tourism

Partners And Service Providers

  • When Preparing Our Services – Packages We Cooperate With Carefully Selected Service Providers From Within The Following Stakeholders:
  • International Hospitals
  • Healthcare – Centers
  • Specialized Clinics
  • Medical Specialists
  • Rehab – Treatment Centers
  • Spa & Wellness Centers
  • Cosmetic & Beauty Centers
  • Holistic & Resort & Guest House
  • Logistic – Service Providers
  • Airlines
  • Specialized Tour – Guides & Escort Services
  • Media & Publishers