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Day 01: Jabalpur
On arrival at Jabalpur Check in the Hotel after go for local trip of Jabalpur visit Bhedaghat place of Marvel rock enjoy the beauty of Dhuadhar Waterfall, the water seems like boiling milk. Visit kachnar city famous Lord Shiva temple and other beautiful places of Jabalpur. Overnight stay at Jabalpur.
Day 02 : Jabalpur – Amarkantak (250 Kms/06 Hrs)
After Breakfast in hotel, check out from the hotel and proceed to visit Bargi dam and same day will transfer to Amarkantak. On arrival check-in to hotel, rest of time will visit Narmada Kund,Shri yantra Mandir, Narmada Udgam, Mai Ki Bagiya, Dugdhdharaand Near By Places Later Back to Hotel and Overnight stay at Amarkantak.
Day 03 : Amarkantak – Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve (185 Km – 03hrs )
After Breakfast Drive to Bandhavgarh 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. Check in the Hotel overnight stay at Bandhavgarh.
Day 04 : Bandhavgarh – Adventurous Jungle Safari – Pandav Fall & Caves ( 230 Km – 06hrs )
Today, we will start our day quite early in the morning to experience an early morning Jungle Safari. Before leaving for this adventure activity, we will sip hot served bed tea with some biscuits by the resort staff. This morning jungle safari in Bandhavgarh National Park will be very exciting especially for all those who will be visiting for the first time and leave you with many unforgettable moments. After enjoy the safari for about 4 hours, we will return back to the resort. After Breakfast Check out from the Hotels and Direct Drive to Panna there check into Panna Camp after some rest visit Panna Forest, Pandav Fall, Caves & Ranah Water Fall.
Pandav waterfalls 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.
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. Later back to Panna Camp for overnight stay.
Day 05 : Adventurous Junlge Safari in Panna National Park – Raneh Falls – Khajuraho (45 Km –01 hr)
Early morning ready to go for a wildlife safari by jeep inside the park. Our expert guide will assist you and inform about every movement of the wild animals. After 3 hours safari come out of the park. Here you can do jungle safaris in 3 safari zones in Panna Tiger Reserve.
Panna National Park is a national park located in Panna and Chhatarpur districts of Madhya Pradesh in India. It has an area of 542.67 km2 (209.53 sq mi). It was declared in 1993 as the twenty second Tiger reserve of India and the fifth in Madhya Pradesh, Panna was given the Award of Excellence in 2007 as the best maintained national park of India by the Ministry of Tourism of India. It is notable that by 2009, the entire tiger population had been eliminated by poaching with the collusion of forest department officials. It was designated as Biosphere Reserve on 25 August 2011.Sal, crocodile bark, Arjun, jamun, etc are trees present here.
Also Panna National Park is home to five species of wild cat, including the King of the Jungle, the Bengal tiger. Panna was once a royal hunting ground, becoming a reserve in 1981, then finally a protected Tiger Reserve in 1994, 22nd in the country and 5th in the state of Madhya Pradesh. Featuring thick teak forests and a diverse landscape of gorges and plateaus down the Ken River, the cleanest waterway in India and life-blood of the park, Panna is known for having some of the best wildlife species in India.
With an area of 543 square kilometres, Panna extends along the River Ken, and features a magnificent topography in the Vindhya Hills, with dry deciduous forests and grasslands. The pristine peacefulness and natural environment means it is an ideal place to appreciate the sheer beauty of India.
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. Evening check into Khajuraho hotel for overnight stay.
Day 06 : Khajuraho Local Sightseeing
After breakfast go for Sightseeing of Temples Tour visit for western group of temple and eastern group of temple. After All Sightseeing in the Evening Back to Hotel and 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.
Day 07: Khajuraho to Orchha - Via Maharaja Chhatrasal Museum – ( 175 Km – 04hrs )
After breakfast Check out from the Hotel and Drive to Orchha, on the way Cover Dhubela Museum of maharaja Chhatrasal proceed for a Sightseeing Tour of Orchha . Visit opulent Jahangir Mahal followed by Orchha Fort and other examples of erstwhile opulence such as Raja Mahal and the Laxmi Narayan Temple well known for exquisite frescoes and mural paintings. Later, drive to Jhansi . Check in to hotel. Have dinner and overnight stay in hotel in Orchha..
Day 08 : Orchha – Datia Fort – Gwalior (120 Km – 03hrs )
Morning after breakfast check out from Hotel & drive to Gwalior, en-route visit the popular temples in Orchha like such as the Lakshmi Narayan Temple and Chaturbhuj Temple. The ancient temples of Orchha were built in the 16th and 17th century by Bundela rulers. After witnessing the indescribable beauty of the temples of Orchha drive to Gwalior check into Hotel for overnight stay.
Day 09 : Gwalior
Today After Breakfast, Checkout From the Hotel & dropped to Gwalior Railway station.