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MADHYA PRADESH TOUR PACKAGES

MAHESHWAR - UJJAIN - OMKARESHWAR

3 Nights - 4 Days

ITINERARY

DAY 1: MAHESHWAR

  • Arrive Indore by air/rail, reach Maheshwar (heritage & pilgrim).

  • Day sightseeing – Ahilya Fort, Narmada Ghat, Devi Ahilya Archaeological Museum, Boat ride, etc

  • Overnight stay in Maheshwar

 

DAY 2: UJJAIN

  • After breakfast, complete remaining sightseeing and depart for Ujjain (pilgrim)

  • Ujjain sightseeing: Mahakaleshwar Jyotirling Temple, Kal Bhairav Temple, Mangalnath Temple, Jantar Mantar, Harsiddhi Mata Temple, Sandipani Ashram, Shree Gopal Temple, Gadkalika Temple, Ram Janardan Temple,  Pir Matsyendranath, local shopping etc.

  • Overnight stay in Ujjain

DAY 3: OMKARESHWAR

  • After breakfast, depart for Omkareshwar (pilgrim) via Indore (heritage & leisure) sightseeing - Lal Baugh Palace, Rajwada, Bada Ganpati, Kanch Mandir, Sarafa Bazaar (8pm-late night), Shopping, etc.

  • sightseeing of birth place of Lord Parshuram

  • Visit Omkareshwar - Mamleshwar Jyotirling and local sightseeing. Evening at leisure

  • Overnight stay in MPT Temple View, Omkareshwar OR After Omkareshwar sightseeing, check-in at MPT Sailani Island Resort before 5pm

  • Evening at leisure, can enjoy water activities and relax at the beautiful destination

  • Night stay in MPT Sailani Island Resort (leisure)

DAY 4: DEPARTURE

  • After breakfast, depart from Indore by air/rail

KEY HIGHLIGHTS

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AHILYA FORT

Ahilya Fort, also known as Ahilya Wada, is a historic fortress located in the city of Maheshwar, Madhya Pradesh, India. It was built during the 18th century by Queen Ahilyabai Holkar and served as her residence while she ruled the Holkar dynasty, renowned for its architectural splendor and cultural significance.

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LAL BAUGH

Lal Baugh Palace, also known as Lalbagh Palace, is a historical royal residence located in Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India. It was built during the reign of the Holkar dynasty in the late 19th century and is renowned for its stunning architectural blend of European and Indian styles.

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