Jaamb is village in the Mohadi taluk of the Bhandara district in Maharashtra, India. Jaamb belongs to the Nagpur division and in the Vidarbha region. Jaamb is known for textile crops and is said to be very scenic. Most of Jaamb’s visitors are there to enjoy its lovely scenery. Jaamb is located at a distance of 876 km from Mumbai. Cities near Jaamb are Tumsar, Ramtek and Tirora.
Places to Stay
There are several options for accommodation in Jaamb. Some of them are Hotel Orange City (Tariff – Rs. 1000), Banjara Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 1000), Peanut Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 1000) and Avasa Hotel (Tariff – Rs. 500.)
The official language of Jaamb is Marathi. Other languages that are spoken here include Hindi and English.
The important festivals of Jaamb are Ganesh Chaturthi (in August/September) and Diwali (in November.)
Places of Interest
There are several places that can be considered as tourist attractions in Jaamb. Some of them include the Pench National Park (64 km from Jaamb), Nagpur (64 km from Jaamb), Tadoba (143 km from Jaamb) and Seoni (86 km from Jaamb.)
How to Get There
The airport nearest to Jaamb is the Sonegaon airport and is at a distance of 71 km from the village.
There is no railway station in Jaamb and the closest station is the Nagpur railway station which is at a distance of 64 km from the village.
The towns nearest to Jaamb are Tumsar and Bhandara. These towns are well-connected to Jaamb by road. The Jaamb Bypass bus station is 1 km from the village. Travel operators such as KP Travels and Joy Travels are most popular here. When you book your bus ticket online you don’t need to go to ticket counters and stand in long queues.