3 Days Fort And Temples

2 Nights | 3 Days
Khajuraho (2 nights) | Orchha


Khajuraho (2 Nights)
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DAY 1: KHAJURAHO
Arrive at Khajuraho Railway Station (Code – KURJ) or Airport (IATA Code: HJR)
Our representative will assist you on arrival at the railway station. Board the waiting vehicle and drive to the hotel. Upon arrival, check in at the hotel. Relax for a while before proceeding to an excursion to Raneh Waterfalls.
Places Covered:
Raneh Waterfalls: The waterfall is famous for its rock formation and Ghariyal Sanctuary. Read more…
Return to the hotel by evening. Overnight at the hotel


DAY 2: KHAJURAHO
After a leisurely breakfast, proceed for sightseeing of the World Heritage Temples of the town.
Places Covered:
Western Group of Temples: Western Group of Temples is the epitome of Chandela style of architecture. Observe the magnificence of sculptures. Read more…
Eastern Group of Temples: Comprising of Hindu and Jain temples, this is another important group of temples in the town. Read more…
Southern Group of Temples: A little scattered, southern group of temples has 2 main monuments namely Chaturbhuj Temple and Dulhadeo Temple. Read more…
Return to the hotel by late afternoon. Rest of the day at leisure
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Panna Jeep Safari: Enjoy an evening safari at Panna National Park (at an hour’s drive). Read more…
Pandav Waterfalls: A picturesque waterfall near Panna National Park, has mythological importance attached as well. Read more…
Cycling: Hire a bicycle and explore the town and village area
Overnight at the hotel


Orchha (en route)
Orchha Raja Mahal
DAY 3: KHAJURAHO – ORCHHA – JHANSI
After an early breakfast, proceed to Orchha. This is an interesting drive that passes through the villages and important towns of the region.
In Orchha:
Jahangir Mahal (Orchha Fort): Visit this magnificent palace built to host the Mughal Emperor – Jahangir, who eventually stayed only for one night here. Observe the grandeur of the place. Read more…
Raja Mahal (Orchha Fort): Located right in front of Jahangir Mahal is the Raja Mahal (or Raj Mahal), which was the abode of the Bundela Rulers. The paintings on the wall here tell many a stories. Read more…
Chaturbhuj Temple: Built by Raja Madhukar Singh between year 1558 and 1573, the temple has an idol of Lord Vishnu at the sanctum. The history of the Chaturbhuj temple, Orchha is associated with an interesting legend that imposes the faith of the people. Read more…
Lakshmi Narayan Temple: Lakshmi Narayan Temple is dedicated to Goddess Lakhsmi – the goddess of wealth and prosperity. It is built with an exceptional blend of temple and fort architecture. Read more…
Cenotaphs (Chhatri): Each of the 14 Chhatris on Kanchana Ghat of River Betwa are built in memory of the Bundela rulers of Orchha. The cenotaphs are the perfect example of Bundela style of architecture. Read more…
Raja Ram Temple: Raja Ram Temple is an important temple of the region, where people come in large numbers to offer prayer to Lord Rama. This is the only temple, where Lord Rama is prayed as a king and in a sitting position. Read more…
By afternoon drive to Jhansi Railway Station (Code – JHS) to connect onward journey… leaving with wonderful memories of the region


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