Indore - Gwalior (by Train) Orchha Khajuraho Panna Jhansi
Departure from Indore to Gwalior (423 Kms) by Gwalior Indore Intercity at 8:00 PM
Arrival Gwalior by Morning at 8:00 AM, Transfer to Hotel
Check-In Tansen Residency, enjoy delicious breakfast, Thereafter, start sightseeing with visiting the Gwalior fort, one of the largest forts in India. Build in the 8th-century by Man Singh Tomar, this hill fort comprises of two main palaces, a defensive structure, Man Mandir and Gurjari Mahal. After exploring Gwalior's beautiful hill fort, visit Gujari Mahal, Teli ka Mandir, Sas Bahu ka Mandir, Ghaus Mohammed’s Tomb
After lunch visit Chhatri, Man Mandir Palace, Jaivilas Palace & Museum, Tansen Tomb, Mitavli, etc
In the evening Tea and SEL show, Dinner & Overnight stay.
Orchha is a beautiful town located on the Betwa River in Tikamgarh district of Madhya Pradesh. It was established by Rudra Pratap Singh in the 16th century as the seat of an eponymous former princely state of central India. The town today is counted among the major tourist destinations in Madhya Pradesh. It is just 15 km away from Jhansi in Uttar Pradesh.Day 03
After breakfast, Departure for Khajuraho, which is about 174 Kms away.
Check-In Hotel Payal/Jhankar and lunch thereafter leave to visit the Western Group of Khajuraho which comprise of 14 gorgeous temples, including Matangesvara, Chaunsath Yogini, Kandariya Mahadeo, Varaha, Parvati, Lalguan Mahadev, Lakshmana, and Nandi, Chitragupta Devi and Jagdamba.
After exploring these beautiful temples, back to the hotel Tea & SEL Show in the evening Dinner Overnight stay.
Khajuraho has been recognized as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO for sheltering many ancient temples and historical places of public interest. It is one of the major pilgrim centers in India that is visited by thousands of tourists from across the globe.Day 04
After breakfast, sightseeing - The Eastern Group of Khajuraho which houses seven temples. Out of them, three are Hindu temples and four are Jain temples. The name of the seven temples of eastern group includes Vamana, Javari, the Parsvanath, Adinath, Shantinath Ghantai temple and Brahma. The Parsvanatha temple is the largest one among all. Have witnessing to the natural beauty of these temples, Back to hotel and lunch, leave for Panna (Madla) 45 Kms from Khajuraho.
Panna is situated in the Vindhyan Range and spreads over Panna and Chhatarpur districts in the northern part of the Madhya Pradesh (M.P.) State of India.Day 05
Get up early morning with wakeup call, tea / coffee & get ready for Morning Park Safari Round in the core area of tiger reserve, Panna forest offers good sighting of sloth bears, hyena, leopards and 6 rare vulture species.
After returning to hotel around 11.00 AM, quick nap, and departure for Jhansi (200 Kms) for onward journey. (En-route lunch at MPT Hotel)
|Per Person Tour Cost||Transportation Cost|
|Package Code||Package Name||N/D||Itinerary Route||2 PAX||4 PAX||6 PAX||Extra Person||Indigo||Innova||Tempo Traveller|
|2 & 4 Pax cost includes Indigo Vehicle charges|
|6 Pax cost includes Innova Vehicle charges|
Note: In case of foreign Tourist difference amount of entry charges (If applicable) payment on the spot.
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