Situated in Madhya Pradesh’s Balaghat district, Jaam is about 346 km away from Bhopal-capital city of the state. Its nearby cities are Waraseoni (28 km), Tirona (46 km), Balaghat (46 km), and Tumsar (947 km).
Places to Stay
Jaam is a small village with limited option lodging. Seoni, about 49 km away, has several hotels that offer comfortable and budget friendly accommodation. Some of them are Bison retreat (Tariff – Rs.1000) and Anandh Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 700).
Hindi is the main language spoken in Jaam. Marathi is also spoken in some parts.
People in Jaam celebrate each and every festival with great enthusiasm. Some important events here are Holi in March-April, Dassera in September-October, and Deepavali in October-November.
Places of Interest
There are numerous places of tourist attraction in and around Jaam. Some of them are Pench National Park (27 km), Waraseoni (28 km), and Khairlanji (29 km).
How to Get There
Jabalpur Airport is at a distance of 112 km. It is the nearest airport to the village. Sonegaon Airport, which is 120 km away, is another alternative.
Nagpur Railway Station connects Jaam to other important cities. The other railway junctions are in Lakhanwara (8 km) and Tirodi (13 km).
Buses are available from Jabalpur, Nagpur, Bhopal, Sonegaon, and Rajpur. Naveen Tours and Travels, Nandan Travels, and Sree Khurana Travels are some of the operators that cater to the passengers travelling on this route. Most of the travellers these days opt for online bus ticket reservation.