Gwalior > Khajuraho > Orchha > Jhansi
Madhya Pradesh, a large state in central India, retains landmarks from eras throughout Indian history. Begun in the 10th century, its Hindu and Jain temples at Khajuraho are renowned for their carvings of erotic scenes, most prominently Kandariya Mahadeva, a temple with more than 800 sculptures. The eastern Bandhavgarh and Kanha national parks, noted Bengal tiger sanctuaries, offer guided safaris.
Day -1 Gwalior
Arrival at Gwalior and Afternoon sightseeing tour of the historic Gwalior fort. This fort was built in 8th century CE by Raja Maan Singh Tomar. Important buildings housed inside are Gurjari Mahal and Man mandir. This fort is built on a steep hill called Gopachal .Gurjari mahal was built by Raja Man Singh for his gurjari wife called Mrigyanayani. This palace has been changed into a museum and it contains artifacts of Jain and Hindu religion.Man Mandir was also built by Raja Man Singh and has beautiful art work on its walls. Other note worthy structures are Hathipol,Teli ka mandir,Sas bahu ka
mandir,Garuda monument,Karan mahal,Vikram mahal and a magnificent Sikh temple built in memory of sixth Sikh guru Sri Guru Hargobind sahib.
After sound and light show back in hotel overnight at Hotel
Day -2 Gwalior – Chambal Safari – Gwalior
Morning Drive To Chambal river for Safari and enjoy The river safari is a unique experience, unlike anything on the Indian wildlife circuit. The boat ride on the calm waters of the Chambal, combined with the dramatic landscape and close-up views of the amazing abundance of wildlife are the highlights of the river safari. The National Chambal Sanctuary is home to the Gharial, the rare and highly endangered Gangetic Dolphin, Marsh Crocodiles (Muggers), eight species of Turtles, Smooth Coated Otters, Indian Striped Hyenas, Jungle Cats, Golden Jackals, Indian Wolves and foxes amongst others. A birdwatcher’s paradise, the sanctuary currently boasts of over 316 species of resident and migratory birds including large nesting colonies of the Indian Skimmer, the Greater Thick-knee, the Small Pratincole and Lapwings Back in Gwalior
Afternoon Visit Jai Vilas Palace Museum
After lunch we are taking you to visit Jai Vilas Palace. It was built in 1874 by Jivajirao Scindia. Still the descendants of the royal maharajas reside there,a part of the palace has been converted into a museum open to the public.This enormous palace has more than 400 rooms.Important galleries have many exhibits of furniture, Durbar hall contains another masterpiece of a miniature silver train on the dining table to serve the royal guests. Another master piece is the sculpture of a hansa and a lady.The museum remains closed on Monday. Overnight at Gwalior
Day – 3 Gwalior To Khajuraho
After Breakfast transfer To Khauraho and Evening Accompanied by classical music, the show is narrated in the voice of the legendary Indian actor, Amitabh Bacchan. The show depicts the rise and fall of the Chandela kingdom, along with the personal achievements of the king. It is an all-time favorite with the visitors. Further, the temples, illuminated in artificial light, take on a different hue and appear more beautiful than ever before. You will also be introduced to the various myths surrounding Khajuraho temples. Overnight stay at Khajuraho.
Day 4: Khajuraho & Excursion to Panna National Park
After breakfast visit for western group of temple and eastern group of temple. Afternoon free for self activities. Overnight stay at hotel.
Western Group of Temple: On the main road, beside the path leading to the Matangeshwar Temple is the A.S.I counter where you must purchase a ticket to visit the western group of temples in this complex and the museum on the opposite side. A boundary wall surrounds and protects the temples within this large rectangular complex and there is only one entry point. Here at the Western Group you will see some of the most sensational temples in the world.
Eastern Group of Temple: A kilometer towards the east from the western group of Temples is the khajur sagar and the old village of Khajuraho. On one of the paths to the village is a modern whitewashed structure with a large orange – red statue within. The statue is still worshipped but is one of the oldest images to be found in khajuraho.The images is of hanuman, the monkey king who assisted Ram (of the Ramayana) through his travails in exile
Afternoon Enjoy Panna National Park Safari near the Ken River with its deep gorges, tranquil valley and dense teak forests. you could sight tigers and panthers along with herds of chinkara, sambar and several other wildlife species.
Day 5 : Khajuraho To Orchha
After Breakfast drive to Orchha & Check in at your already booked hotel in Orchha and get ready to leave for the local sightseeing tour. Our day tour to Orchha will include a visit to, Orchha fort complex, Laxminarayan Temple and Raja Ram Temple. All these are the major attraction of the place and can leave you with a mesmerizing experience. After exploring these places we will return back to the hotel for a relaxing overnight stay.
Orchha fort complex is a must visit attraction of town with a number of palaces within it portraying the stories of wonderful past. It is the only place in country where Lord Rama is worshipped as a king and not as a god.
Day – 6 Orchha to Jhansi
Room twin Sharing Basis on CPAI
Any Entry fee
Any Guide fee
Any gipsy charges @8500/- Rs Per Round ( 1 to 6 Pax )
Boat safari in Chambal @6500/- Rs per Round ( 1 to 6 Pax )
Any other extra services
|Type||02 Pax Cost||04 Pax Cost||06 Pax cost||10 Pax cost|
|Budget 2* Hotel||28000/-||46000/-||58000/-||90000/-|
|Deluxe 3* Hotel||36000/-||56000/-||72000/-||120000/-|
|Luxury 4* Hotel||38000/-||66000/-||88000/-||140000/-|
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