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19 Days Madhya Pradesh Tour

19 Days Madhya Pradesh Tour







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Madhya Pradesh is called "Heart of India" as it is located in central India. It shares its boundaries with Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharastra, Chattisgarh, and Gujarat that means it is accessible from these states and you can include Madhya Pradesh in your itinerary while planning a trip. Madhya Pradesh has almost everything, which a tourist wants to include in their trip. It is also known for its religious hubs of Buddhism, Jainism, Hinduism, and Islam. This 19 days tour itinerary included many World Heritage sites, beautiful ancient temples, magnificent fort, Jyotilingas, National park and wild life sanctuaries, lakes, breath-taking falls and ancient rock caves.

Tour highlights

  • Seven wonders of the world Taj Mahal.

  • Boat ride at Chambal river

  • Jain temples of Sonagiri

  • Scindia Museum and Gwalior fort

  • Jahangir Palace in Orchha.

  • Western group of Temples Khajuraho.

  • 02 Jeep safaris in Bandhavgarh National Park.

  • 02 Jeep safaris in Kanha National Park.

  • Visit of Panchmarhi hill station.

  • Dhuandhar falls and, Bhedaghat in Jabalpur.

  • Sanchi Stupas and Udaygiri Caves.

  • Raja bhojshala in Dhar.

  • Jahaj Mahal Mandu.

  • Bhembetka caves and Bhojpur Temples.

  • 02 Jyotilingas of Lord Shiva Mahakaleshwar and Omkareshwar.


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Day 01: Arrive Delhi Airport

Upon arrival at Delhi International airport, you will meet with our airport representative, who will assist you from Delhi airport to your pre-booked hotel. He will help you in check-in and will brief about your tour program.
Rest of the day free at hotel.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 02 : Delhi – Gwalior by morning train (0600/1030hrs)

Post breakfast you will be transferred to Delhi Railway station in time for your train to Gwalior. On arrival from Gwalior railway station, you will check-in your hotel.
Later follow the Gwalior city tour first, you will visit Tomb fo Ghaus Mohammad - Ghuas Mohammad was an Afghan prince who helped Mughal emperor Babur to win the Gwalior fort. This tomb is a fine specimen early Mughal architecture and it is the most famous building in the city which was built in the 16th century.
Tansen was the greatest musician of India and he was also among one of the nine gems of Mughal court during the rule of Akbar. He was also the student of Mohammad Ghaus, who taught him Indian classic music. His tomb is located near to the tomb of his Guru Mohammad Ghaus. This tomb is a beautiful piece of architecture and The annual Tansen Music Festival is here held here.
Jai Vilas Palace is one of the most popular tourist attractions of Gwalior. It is a palace now converted into a museum. This is one of the most expensive museums in India, here you will find many antique items which is made by the gold and decorates by precious stones. Here you will find a huge dining table with a silver train that serves the dishes to the guest as the train rotates itself on the table.
Later visit Gwalior fort which is located on the hill, offering the view of entire Gwalior Town. It is one of the biggest forts in India and was built in the 08th Century. Here you can Gwalior fort, Man Mandir Palace, Saas Bahu Temple, Gurudwara Data Bandichhod, Gujari Mahal, and Teli ka Mandir.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 03 : Gwalior – Sonagiri – Orchha by Car (150kms/ 4-5hrs approx.

Post breakfast check-out from your hotel and drive by road to Orchha en-route to visit the famous Jain temple of Sonagiri. It is just located 15km before to Datia and a popular place of Jain pilgrimage. Sonagiri means the golden mountain. Here you will see around 77 Jain temples, which dedicated to Chandranatha. These temples were built in the 17th century and all temples are standing in rows on the hills and its slopes.
Later continue drive to Orchha. On arrival, you will check-in your hotel and later visit Jahangir Mahal, Orchha Palace, Rai Praveen Mahal, Chautbhuj Temple, and Chatteris near to the bank of Betwa river.
Evening attends the prayer ceremony at Raja Ram Mandir.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 04 : Orchha – Dhubela – Khajuraho by Car (190km / 5-6hrs approx.)

Post breakfast check-out from your hotel and drive by road to Khajuraho en-route visit Dhubela, which is just 65kms before from Khajuraho. Here you will be visiting the cenotaph of Maharaja Chhatrasad, which is now converted into a museum. This museum contains many galleries that display inscriptions, copper plates, arms, inscribed images, and paintings. It is also an important monument and a perfect example of Bundeli Architecture. Later you will visit Maharani Kamlapati cenotaph.
Later continue drive to Khajuraho and on arrival, you will check-in your hotel.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 05 : Khajuraho – Bandhavgarh by road (250kms/ 6-7hrs approx.)

Early morning during the sunrise, you will be visiting Khajuraho. The Khajuraho sight-seeing will take you to temples like Chaunset Yogini Kali Temple, Bharatji, or Chitragupta temple that is composed of magnificent 11 headed pictures of Lord Vishnu, Lakshmana Temple, Mahadev Temple, Nandi & Vishvanath Temples, and Shiva Vishnu Temple. The Parasvanath Temple of Khajuraho is the only Jain temple that still exists. The Javeri Temple is dedicated to the Hindu Lord Vishnu. The other temples you can visit are dedicated to Lord Brahma, Lord Adinath and Yamuna
Post breakfast you will check-out from your hotel and drive by road to Bandhavgarh. it is one of the best national parks in India and it is also known for its large population of royal Bengal tigers On arrival, you will check-in your hotel and resort
Rest of the day free at hotel.
Overnight and Dinner at hotel.

Day 06 : Bandhavgarh – Morning an everning jeep Safari.

Morning & Afternoon jeep safari on sharing basis.
This park is divided into 03 major zones; here you will get to see Royal Tiger Bengal, Leopard, Nilgai, Chital, Sambhar, Chinkara, Bear, Panther, Wild boar, Gaur and many species of birds.
Overnight and Dinner at hotel.

Day 07 : Bandhavgarh – Kanha by Car (230kms/ 5-6hrs approx.)

Post breakfast drive by road to Kanha National Park and you can stop for a coffee break or take the pictures.
Kanha National park is one of the tiger reserves in India and the largest national in Madhya Pradesh with a core area of 360 square meters. it is home of tigers, leopards, wild dogs, cat, fox, jackal, hyena, sloth bear, langur, and wild boars. Here you will also spot many spices of deer such as Chinkara, sambar, barking dear, four-horned antelope, and blackbuck. According to the park authority, this reserve contains around 300 species of birds and the most common birds are seen here black ibis, bee-eaters, grey hornbill, woodpeckers, pigeon, and vultures.
On arrival, check-in at the hotel. Rest of the day at leisure.
Overnight and dinner at Hotel.

Day 08 : Kanha – Morning and afternoon jeep safari

Morning and afternoon Jeep Safari’s basis at Kanha National park.
Overnight and dinner at Hotel.

Day 09 : Kanha – Panchmarhi by Car (310kms/7-8hrs approx.)

After breakfast, you check-out from your hotel, drive by road to Panchmarhi, which is a famous hill station of the state and located more than 300 km east from Kanha. It is a hill station located at the Satpura hill range and also known as Satpura ki Rani. Earlier this region was under Gond tribe and was unknown for the rest of the world. It came into light when the British India officer was searching for Indian freedom fighters and reached here. Now it is a small town and it has a containment zone for India Army.
On arrival, you will check-in your hotel.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 10 : Panchmarhi city tour

Post breakfast you will follow the full day city tour of Panchmanrhi including Bee-fall, Dhoopgarh, Jata-shankar, Panar Pani, Pandav Caves, Gupt Mahadev cave, Bade Mahadev, Reechgarh, Handi Khoh, Priyadarshini, Duchess fall, Apsara Fall, and etc.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 11 : Panchmarhi – Bhopal by road (220km /5-6hrs approx.)

Post breakfast you will drive by road to Bhopal. Bhopal is a capital city of Madhya Pradesh state which is known for its various natural and artificial lakes and it is also known for the greenest cities in India. Bhopal has various educational and research institutes, which are the largest in India. This city is divided into two parts old and new Bhopal. Here you will see a number of historical sites as this city was ruled by some powerful queens for a long time.
On arrival, you will check-in your hotel.
The rest of the day at leisure or you can visit local markets for shopping.

Day 12 : Bhopal- Excursion of Bhimbetka caves (45kms/1hrs one way)

Post breakfast today morning you will have an excursion tour of Bhimbetka. It is a UNSCO World Heritage Site and famous for its some of the painting date back more than 30000 years. As per the studies, it is believed that these paintings, stone walls, and floors during the Stone Age cultures. Here you will see the various drawing of peacocks, snake, bison, tigers, human figures, hunting pictures, musical instruments, and vegetable colors were used on these drawings.
Later return to Bhopal and post-lunch follow the half day city tour of Bhopal including Laxmi Naraya temple, Taj-ul-Masjid, Shaukat Mahal, Jama Masjid, lower lake, and upper lakes.
Overnight Bhopal.

Day 13 : Bhopal – Excursion of Sanchi and Udaigiri caves (60kms/ 2hrs one way)

Post breakfast you will have a full day excursion tour of Sanchi stupa, and Udaigiri caves, which is just 60km northeast from Bhopal city.
Sanchi Stupa is one of the famous Buddhist shires and it is also known for its ancient art and architecture. It was built by King Ashoka in 03rd Century B.C. This beautiful stupa is surrounded by toranas that reflect the various forms of life like love, peace, trust, and courage. It is one of the well-preserved ancient Stupas in India.
Next visit to Udaigiri caves which are located near to Vidisha region just 15km ahead from Sanchi Stupa. According to legends these caves were built Chandragupta II in between 04th to 05th Century AD. These caves were dedicated to the Hindu goddess. Here you will find the figure of Vishnu in his incarnation as the boar-headed Varaha. Here you will find many inscriptions on the cave walls, which gives us more information about Gupta Dynasty.
Next, you will be driven to Vidisha which is just 4 km ahead from Udaigiri caves here you will see a group of rock-cut caves sanctuaries carved into a sandstone hill.
Evening return back to your hotel.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 14 : Bhopal – Ujjain – Indore by Car (250kms /5-6hrs approx.)

Post breakfast drive early to Indore, on the way you will be visiting Ujjain. Ujjain is an ancient city, which is one of the seven sacred cities in the Hindu region. Here you will visit Mahakaleshwar Temple, which is one of 12th Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. Here you can attend the famous Bhasma Aarti. You can also visit some other temples like Mahakali temple, Kal Bhairav, and Mangalnath Mandir. After visiting these temples continue your drive to Indore, which is just 90kms south from Ujjain. On arrival, you will check-in your hotel. Indore is awarded the cleanest city of India and it is located on the bank of river Sarasvati and River Khan. It is also called the commercial capital of the state.
Overnight Indore.

Day 15 : Indore – Full day city tour

Post breakfast, you will have a full day city tour of Indore. Here first you will be visiting the famous Lal Bagh Palace, which is spread around 28 hectares and it is the best testimonials of the Holkar dynasty. Later you will be visiting other interesting places like Rajwada Palace, Central Museum, Annapurna temple, Chatti Bagh, Kanch Ka Mandir, and Mahatama Gandhi Townhall.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 16 : Indore – Dhar – Mandu by Car (110kms/ 3-4hrs approx.)

Post breakfast check-out from your hotel and drive by road to Mandu. On the way, you will be visiting Dhar. Dhar was the ancient capital of Malave before it has been shited to Mandu. On arrival, you will be visiting Bhojshala. It is an ancient temple dedicated to Mata Sarasvati, which is considered The goddess of Knowledge and wisdom in Hindu mythology. It was built by Raja Bhoj in the year 1034 AD. This is the only temple of Mata Sarasvati in India. Dhar was the ancient capital of Raja Bhoj kingdom and later it was shifted to Mandu. Ancient times Raja Bhojshala was the main center of education and thousands of students and scholars were used to study her but it was destroyed many times by different Mughal emperors. The next stop would be Dhar Fort, it is historical monuments. Next head to Pilar Mosque, Bagh caves, and Dhar Museum. After visiting these places continue to drive to Mandu. On arrival, you will check-in your hotel and later afternoon you will be visiting Jahaz Mahal, Hindola Mahal, Jahangir, Mahal, Hoshang Shah Tomb, and Baz Bahadur Palace.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 17 : Mandu – Maheshwar – Omkareshwar by road (110kms /5-6hrs approx.)

Morning breakfast at hotel.
Later check-out and you will be transferred by road to Omkareshwar en-route you will be visiting Maheshwar. Maheshwar is a small temple town located on the bank of Narmada River. It is known for its spiritual importance. it is also mentioned in the epic of Ramayana and Mahabharata. It is also papular for making Maheshwari sarees, which made by silk and cotton. Here you will be visiting Kaleshwar temple, Akhileshwara temples. Later you will be visiting Maheshwar fort and Ahiliya Bhai Holker fort. You can enjoy a boat ride in Narmada lake.
Later continue drive to by road Omkareshwar. On arrival, you will check-in your hotel. Later you will have a holy dip in the Narmada river then you can have Darshan Omkareshwar temple, which is one of the 12th Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. You can also visit the various temples in Omkareshwar.
Evening you can attend the prayer ceremony.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 18 : Mandu – Indore by Car (90kms/2-3hrs) Indore – Delhi by Flight

Post breakfast check-out from your hotel and transfer by road to Indore airport in time for your flight to Delhi. On arrival you will check-in your hotel.
Evening you will enjoy a farewell dinner in your hotel or local restaurant.
Overnight at hotel.

Day 19 : Delhi Airport departure

Morning breakfast at hotel.
Today morning you will be free at leisure.
Later you will be transferred to Delhi International Airport in time for your flight to onwards destination.

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