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MADHYA PRADESH TOUR PACKAGES

PANNA - KHAJURAHO - ORCHHA

6 Nights - 7 Days

ITINERARY

DAY 1: PANNA

  • Arrive at Satna Railway Station or Jabalpur Airport, pick up and transfer to Panna (wildlife)

  • Check-in and evening at leisure

 

DAY 2: PANNA

  • Morning & Evening Jungle Safari and overnight stay

 

DAY 3: PANNA - KHAJURAHO

  • After Breakfast, depart for Khajuraho (heritage)

  • Half day Khajuraho sightseeing: visit the Western group of temples which is a UNESCO World Heritage site and enjoy the sound and light show or Folk Dance

  • Overnight Stay

 

DAY 4: KHAJURAHO

  • After Breakfast, Full day sightseeing: Eastern and Southern Western group of temples which is a UNESCO World Heritage site and enjoy the sound and light show or Folk Dance

  • Overnight Stay

DAY 5: KHAJURAHO - ORCHHA

  • After Breakfast, depart for Orchha (heritage) via Dhubela Museum & Garhkundar (heritage) fort sightseeing

  • Check in at the hotel and overnight stay

DAY 6: ORCHHA

  • After Breakfast, Full day Orchha(heritage)

  • Sightseeing – Jehangir Mahal, Rai Praveen Palace, Raja Mahal, Chaturbhuj Temple, Laxmi Narayan Temple, Chattries, Ram Raja Temple (Timing: 7am-10am & 7pm-10pm, the only temple where God Rama is worshipped as Raja Rama and is given a guard of honor) Sound and Light show

  • Night stay in Orchha

DAY 7: DEPARTURE

  • After Breakfast, depart to Jhansi Railway Station or Gwalior Airport

KEY HIGHLIGHTS

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PANNA WILDLIFE SANCTUARY

Panna Wildlife Sanctuary is a renowned protected area in India, located in the state of Madhya Pradesh. It is known for its diverse flora and fauna, including the successful conservation efforts to save the critically endangered Bengal tiger population

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JEHANGIR MAHAL

Jehangir Mahal is a magnificent palace located in the historical town of Orchha, Madhya Pradesh, India. Built in the 17th century, it is a fine example of Indo-Islamic architecture and was constructed as a symbol of Emperor Jehangir's friendship with the local ruler, Raja Bir Singh Deo.

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