Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga is Located on the island of Mandhata, next to the banks of Narmada River.
It’s a sacred island shaped like the Hindu symbol ‘OM’, drawing millions of travellers from across the globe.
There is a 272 feet long hanging bridge over Narmada which offers a good view of the vibrant river.
How To Reach:
My suggestion will be to reach Indore first from any part of India, by any modes of transportation and then take a MPSRTC government or a Private Bus or a Tourist Cab to reach Omkareshwar Jyotirling.
The distance is approximately 78 KMS and takes 2 and half hours to reach Omkareshwar Jyotirlinga from Indore.
Stay & Food Options:
You will get many budget friendly options for Stay and Food near the temple.
My suggestion will be to stay in Indore, if you wish to continue your onward journey to Mahakaleshwar Jyotirlinga in Ujjain from here.
Temple Opening & Closing Hours:
Temple Timings: 5 am To 9:30 pm.
If time permits try visiting the Mamleshwar Jyotirlinga, located on the opposite banks of Narmada River.
Many devotees consider both Omkareshwar and Mamleshwar of equal importance.