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Day 01 : Arrival at Gwalior

Arrival at Gwalior, pick up from Gwalior Railway station/Airport and transfer to the hotel Check in at Hotel and Later Go For Sightseeing Man Mandir, Gujari Mahal (today an archaeological museum), The fort of Gwalior, Temples of Sas-Bahu, Teli Ka Mandir, Jai Vilas Palace, Tomb of Gaus Mohammad and the Mausoleum of Tansen Later Back to Hotel and Overnight Stay at Hotel.


Day 02 : Gwalior – Orchha Via Jhansi & Shri Pitambara Peeth (125 Kms/03 Hrs)

After Breakfast, Check out From the Hotel and Drive to Orchha on the way Cover Shri Pitambara Sakti Peeth & Datia mahal leater Jhansi Fort of Maharani Lakshmi Bai in Evening Reached at Orcha check in the Hotel. Take some rest and enjoy evening tea after go for Evening aarti of Ram Raja Tmple, after walk in the market enjoy town area later Have dinner and overnight stay in hotel in Orchha.


Orchha is the erstwhile capital city of the Bundela rulers. The town is steeped in history and is famous for its palaces and temples built in the 16th and 17th centuries. ... The Betwa River, on whose banks Orchha lies, and the forests around it attract tourist to this place.

 Visit Places Like Chaturbhuj Temple, Betwa River, Jahangir Mahal, Phool Bagh, Raja Mahal, Orchha Fort, Lakshmi Narayan Mandir Sheesh Mahal, Orchha Palace Fort, Sundar Mahal and & Enjoy the Evening Sound & Lighting Show in Orchha & Overnight Stay at Hotel.


Day 03 Orchha – Khajuraho ( 175 Km – 3-4hrs ) Via maharaja chhatrasal museum & Mastani Mahal

After breakfast in the morning, we will leave from Orchha and drive to Khajuraho. On arrival, check in at your already booked hotel and get ready to leave for the local sightseeing tour of Khajuraho. In our day tour, we will be visiting the legendary temples including Chitragupta Temple, Devi Jagdamba Temple and Adinath Temple that are supposed to be constructed in the 9th and 10th century A.D by Chandela rulers. These temples are famous for their unique and ancient engravings. After witnessing some of the major wonders of Chandela rulers, we will head back to our hotel for an overnight stay.


Day 04 : Khajuraho – Adventurous Junlge Safari in Panna National Park -  Pandav fall & Caves - Raneh Falls

After Breakfast Drive to Panna National Park is renowned for being a park that offers best tiger sightings and therefore excellent for tiger photography. The Park also offers excellent range of flora and fauna and good for Bird watching in Winter.  And Enjoy Jungle Safari in Panna National park from 02:30 to 05:30 Pm in Noon.


Also Visit Pandav waterfalls & Caves are located in the Panna district of the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. They can be placed en route to Panna from Khaujrahi Nahri. The height of the falls is about 30 meters. Though they are not very high, the depth of the lake reaches down to a 100 feet. They are created by a tributary of the river Ken in MP. The falls take a great leap from above and join the river Ken below. It is believed that the Pandavas, of the mythological epic fame Mahabharata, had resided in the Pandava caves, located near the falls. They have believed to have visited the region during their exile period or the Agyaatvaas. The remains of the caves visited by the Pandavas and the shrines can be spotted near the water pool formed at the end of the fall.


After that ready for Raneh Falls - Raneh Falls is among the unexplored areas in this region. Just 22 km from Khajuraho and 44 km from Panna, these spectacular falls is formed when the Ken river plunges down a 30-m-deep canyon, formed with pure crystalline granite in different colours like pink, green, red and grey. As the water gushes down the rock face, the sunlight reflects on these coloured stones, creating a surreal scene. Hidden amid a serene, green forest, Raneh Falls  looks the prettiest during monsoon. Since very few people are aware of this paradise, one can find many quiet and peaceful spots here. There are many small and big falls, some of which have a furious flow of water during rains. The falls is situated just where the Panna National Park starts. Ken river is quite prominent here and is an important point for crocodile conservation as an alligator park has been set up along its banks. One should not forget to tote their camera while visiting this place as the scenic view promises enthralling pictures to photographers.

After Covered All Sightseeing go back to Khajuraho Hotel Over night Stay at Hotel.


The Heart shape Lake


According to the local myths, Arjuna had cut a rock by his arrows to create the Pandav Falls. Arjuna trees, named after the warrior prince Arjuna, of the Pandavas, are believed to have medicinal values by the locals. The cool and rejuvenating water and air surrounding the Pandav falls leaves an indelible impression on its visitor. Panna forests provide greenery around the Pandav falls. Lush and green neighboring jungles purify the environment. Local guides are available for the tourists to familiarize them with the area they are visiting. The premises of the falls are well maintained by the local authorities, facilitating the tourists with a clean and green environment. The emerald colored waters of the pool, can be quite inviting to the visitors.


Day 05 Departure – Jhansi Railway Station

After breakfast Check out from the Hotel, and Drop your Luggage in Hotel Lobby. After go for Sightseeing of Temples Tour  visit for western group of temple and eastern group of temple. After All Sightseeing in the Evening Collect your Luggage from Hotel. . And Driver will drop you On Railway Station as per your Train Timing..!


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.