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Khajuraho Agra Taj Mahal Tour Package - Package Overview

Khajuraho Agra Taj Mahal Tour Package - Best Romantic Tour of World

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Option - 1: 6N / 7D Panna Khajuraho Delhi Jaipur Fatehpur Sikri tour Package @ INR 23,000 per person. T&C apply

Package Inclusion: Accommodation + Transportation + Sightseeing + Breakfast + 1 Jungle safari

Option - 2 7N / 8D Khajuraho Panna Orchha Delhi Agra tour Package @ INR 25,900 per person. T&C apply

Package Inclusion: Accommodation + Transportation + Sightseeing + Breakfast + 1 jungle safari

Option - 3: 8N / 9D Khajuraho Orchha Delhi Agra Gwalior Shivpuri tour Package @ INR 25,300 per person. T&C apply

Package Inclusion: Accommodation + Transportation + Sightseeing + Breakfast

Option - 4: 9N / 10D Khajuraho Bandhavgarh Orchha Agra Jaipur Fatehpur Sikri tour Package from Jabalpur@ INR 36,600 per person. T&C apply

Package Inclusion: Accommodation + Transportation + Sightseeing + Breakfast + 2 Jungle safaris

 Option -5: 11N / 12D: Delhi Agra Jabalpur Khajuraho Kanha- Bandhavgarh tour Package @ INR 46,000 per person. T&C apply

Package Inclusion: Accommodation + Transportation + Sightseeing + Breakfast + 3 jungle safaris

Khajuraho Agra Taj Mahal Tour Package - Best Romantic Tour of World

Khajuraho Agra Taj Mahal Tour Package: Overview

The Holiday Travel India offers special romance filled honeymoon package in Madhya Pradesh (MP) in central India. This 14 days honeymoon package explores the three most visited heritage destinations in India followed by Taj Mahal, Khajuraho, Orchha and finally you relax in Bandhavgarh National park where we offer 3 nights stay to explore the central Indian jungles and have special romantic secluded honeymoon in tiger land. 

The Taj Mahal is world's eight wonder, known as monument dedicated to love and Khajuraho is one of the most popular tourism destinations famous for amazing architectural and sculptural works portraying the eroticism, sensuality and legends of Hindu and Jain divines.

Orchha is another beautiful site in Madhya Pradesh, founded by the Bundela kings. Heritage sightseeing of Orchha palace is a must built for the love of Rai Parveen who was a poetess and a dancer.  Also see Jhansi fort and Chhatri's of the Orchha and many other romantic places. Our honeymoon package explores the best of Madhya Pradesh and offers a truly romantic, comfortable and memorable honeymoon tour starts from Capital of India.

Why you must have Romance in Khajuraho (Divine Sensual Energy)?

Honeymoon in Khajuraho has a special meaning for lovers and newlywed in India. Romance is really in the air in Khajuraho, Lovers can have the private viewing of the erotica and sensual carvings of these temples and understand the importance of kamasutra in the love or married life. Explore carvings of deities, heavenly nymphs and various characters engrossed in the act of love-making. Khajuraho has become an enchanting place for the couples to begin their conjugal life. Many couples have reported that just by being in Khajuraho, they enjoy the power of divine aphrodisiac and tantra blessings in love making.

We can make your honeymoon in Khajuraho more interesting by taking you on excursion trip to nearby tourist destinations like Orchha, Panna National Park, Ken Nature Trail, Ken Gharial Sanctuary, Banisagar Lake, Pandava Falls, Gangau Dam, Dhubela Dam, Ajaygarh Fort, Kalinjar Fort, Rajgarh Palace, Raneh Falls, etc

Package Highlights

  • Visit Raj Ghat, Jama Masjid, Humayun's Tomb, Qutub Minar

  • Explore Rajpath, past the imposing India Gate, Parliament House

  • Excursion of Amber Fort Palace, City palace, Jantar Mantar, Hawa Mahal

  • Visit Fatehpur sikri, Taj Mahal sunrise or sunset view & Agra Fort

  • Enjoy Khajuraho temples visit (Western & Eastern) & Orchha tour

  • Visit Laxminarayan Temple, Phool Bagh, Kandariya Mahadeve Temple

  • Enjoy Dance Festival in Khajaraho, visit the Raneh Falls

  • Tour of Panna national park, & visit Pandava falls and caves

  • Adventure of Bandhavgarh Jungle Safari in Safari in Tala zone

  • Kanha national Park Tour & Viewing sunset at the Bamni Dadar point                                                                                                                                           

Khajuraho Agra Taj Mahal Tour Package - Package Inclusion

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Package Inclusions

  • Pick and Drop facility from Delhi Airport/Railway Station

  • Assistance on Arrival & Departure

  • Well Ac Car for 14 days for all Transfers & Sightseeing

  • Fast Train tickets from Agra to Jhansi, Road trip from Jhansi to Khajuraho

  • Return trip between Khajuraho & Bandhavgarh

  • Finest service and well furnished hotels

  • 3 Nights Bandhavgarh Jungle Luxury Cottage

  • 2 Nights stay in Delhi, Agra, Bandhavgarh

  • 3 Nights stay in Khajuraho Luxury Hotel  

  • 1 Nights stay in Jaipur & Sightseeing

  •  2 Nights stay in Kanha - optional

  • 1 Nights stay in Jabalpur –optional

  • Guided tours end to end

  • All taxes are included

  •  All Meals

Package Exclusions

  • GST Taxes

  • Extra and personal meals/Beverages

  • Airfare/Train fare to Delhi (will be arranged on request)

  • Personal transportation not mentioned in the itinerary

  • Other activities not listed in inclusions

Recommended Hotels:

Hotels Selected - Luxury (5* Deluxe)

Delhi : The Oberoi / The Imperial

Agra : The Oberoi Amarvilas

Jaipur : The Oberoi RajVilas

Orchha : Amar Mahal / Orchha Resort

Khajuraho : Taj Chandela / Jass Radisson

Bandhavgarh : Sumodh Palace Resort/Tree House

Hotels Selected - Royal (5*)

Delhi : The Metropolitan / The Lalit / The Grand

Agra : Jay Pee Palace / Taj View / Trident

Jaipur : Hotel Trident / Le Meridien

Orchha : Amar Mahal / Orchha Resort

Khajuraho : Taj Chandela / Jass Radisson

Bandhavgarh : Sumodh Palace Resort/Tree House

Hotels Selected - Classic (4*)

Delhi: The Connaught / Hotel City Park / De Marks

Agra: Clarks Shiraz / Holiday Inn

Jaipur : Hari Mahal Palace/ Wall Street / Hotel Clarks Amer / Ramada Plaza / Country Inn & Suits by Carlson

Orchha : Amar Mahal / Orchha Resort

Khajuraho : Clarks / Hotel Ramada Plaza

Bandhavgarh : Sumodh Palace Resort/Tree House

Hotels Selected - Jewel (3*)

Delhi: Hotel Gautam Deluxe / Hotel Sunstar

Agra: Hotel Amar / Hotel Usha Kiran

Jaipur : Hotel Jas Vilas / Nana ki Haveli / Dera Rawatsar

Orchha : Amar Mahal / Orchha Resort

Khajuraho : Clarks / Hotel Ramada Plaza

Bandhavgarh : Sumodh Palace Resort/Tree House

Khajuraho Agra Taj Mahal Tour Package - Package Other Details

How to reach khajuraho from Delhi

By Air: Khajuraho has its own domestic airport, which is well-connected to most of the Indian cities such as New Delhi, Mumbai, Varanasi, Allahabad and Bhopal. Some of the popular regular flights to Khajuraho are Jet Airways, Spice Jet, Air India and JetKonnect. Then you can hire a cab or a taxi to your hotel.

By Train: Khajuraho railway station is connected to a few towns only including New Delhi. You can take Khajuraho-Hazrat Nizamuddin Express, which has daily connectivity to Khajuraho. The second nearest railhead, which is well-connected with some of the Indian cities is the Mahoba Junction, which is approximately 75 kilometers away from Khajuraho. Some of the regular trains are Bundelkhand Express, Mahakaushal Express and Udiapur Khajuraho Express.

By Bus: Many private and state-owned buses run from Khajuraho to neighboring cities like Jhansi. You can choose from a regular bus, non-air-conditioned bus, and air-conditioned, semi-deluxe and deluxe buses. The bus fare would depend on the type of bus and the number of kilometers covered.

Khajuraho Dance Festival

Khajuraho dance festival is organized in February or March Every year to explore the rich Indian culture and its marvelous history. This festival is organized by the Madhya Pradesh Kala Parishad. Many world famous artists come and perform here.

The festival continues till one-week. It is held annually with the background of the Khajuraho temples lit behind in Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh state. The ambience around is full of art and passion and the background of the magnificent Khajuraho temples enhances the beauty of the festival.

Festival in Orchha

‘Makar Sankranti’ is celebrated with great fervor all over India with different names and forms. It is considered as the most auspicious day by the Hindus. Makar Sankranti in the central region of India, Madhya Pradesh and Bundelkhand is known as “SUKARAT” or “SAKARAT”. On this day people of Orchha take a holy dip into river Betwa and worship the Sun God of Hindus. The locals also believe that donating food, clothes and monetary fund brings more blessings into life. Special festive delicacies like Jaggery sweets, Til Laddoo, Sweet Chikkis are prepared to enjoy the festivities with friends and family.  

Temples in khajuraho

Kandariya Mahadev Temple

Kandariya Mahadeva Temple is largest among western group of temples. It was built by Chandela King Vidydhar. The temple derives its name from Kandara meaning cave in English and Mahadev another name for Lord Shiva. Its shikhara(spire) rises about 30m (100 feet) above the platform which it shares with the older Devi Jagadambi temple depicting Mount Kailash, the abode of Lord Mahadev in Himalayas and is surrounded by 84 Urushringaras, the smaller spires erected against the ShikharaThe exterior has over 900 sculptures carved into sandstone stacked without mortar. The carved exterior contrasts with the sanctum that houses a Shiva lingam in the womb of the temple located beneath the main 'shikhara' (spire).

Devi Jagdambi Temple

Believed to be older then Kandariya Mahadev temple, it is built on the same platform as  Kandariya Mahadev .Devi Jagdambi temple was dedicated to Lord Vishnu originally. But now it enshrines the image of Goddess Parvati in Sanctum painted in black to give appearance of Jagdambi (Kali). At the entrance, there is sculpture of a warrior fighting bare handed with a Lion, the symbol of Chandela Dynasty.

Chitragupta Temple

Dedicated to Lord Surya, Chitragupta Temple has 5 ft image of Lord Surya driving a chariot of seven horses. Facing eastwards towards the rising sun, it is the place where most of the dance performances take place during the famous Annual Khajuraho dance festival. There is a Chopra Tank; a deep three-storied stepped well that was built by the Chandelas which is around 200 yards from the temple Chitragupta. It is believed that there was a temple in the middle of the tank. The tank however is now in dilapidated state.

Lakshmana Temple

Built by King Yasovarman, Lakshmana temple is  the second largest , the most beautiful and is considered to be one of the oldest of all Khajuraho temples. Main temple is built on a high platform surrounded by 4 subsidiary shrines which are intact. It is the only Panchayatan temple   which is fully intact. Temple entry has an elegant Makara Torana. The lintel over entrance has a figure of trinity of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva with Goddess Lakshmi.

There are 3 bands of sculptures on outer walls as well as inner walls. Its sanctum has pradakshina. Sanctum doorway has carvings of lions, Vishnu animal incarnations of fish, tortoise, boar and nava grahas and sagar manthan. Sanctum has 3 headed idol of Vishnu's incarnations including himself, Narsimha and Varaha.

Matangeshwar Temple

Located outside the premises of Western group of temples, it is the only temple where pooja and other religious ceremonies are performed. The temple has 8 feet long shiva lingam.

Chausath Yogini

The only granite temple in the Khajuraho, the very first temple in Khajuraho, Chausath Yogini Temple is dedicated to the 64 yoginis the temple had 67 shrines (out of those around 35 survive). These shrines were considered to be the many manifestation of the goddess Shakti. Regarded to be a 9th millennium monument; this temple is in a dilapidated situation.

Varaha temple

Located in front of Lakshmana temple, it is one of the oldest and smallest temple. Temple has an statue of Standing Varaha (Boar incarnation of Lord Vishnu) which measures 2.6 meters long and 1.7 meter high and is made of sandstone. The temple structure rests on 14 pillars that support pyramidal roof and a Kalash on top.

Light and Sound Show at Western group of temples

There is a Sound and Light show organized by Madhya Pradesh State Tourism Board every evening, History of Great Chandela Kings and of Khajuraho temples is narrated in the baritone of Bollywood Amitabh Bhachchan. Entry ticket Rs. 120/- for Indians and Rs. 300/- for foreigners. Two shows are held daily, provided it isn’t raining, there’s a minimum of ten people for the show. The first show, in English, is at 7.30 PM; the second show, in Hindi, is at 8.30 PM. There is an entry charges of $US 5 for the western group of temples for foreigners and INR 10 for Indians.

Eastern Group Temples

Parsavnath Temple

Parsavnath temple is the largest Jain temple in India built in the honour of Adinath, the first Jain tirthankar. The temple houses an idol of Parsavnath. One of the surprising characteristic of this Khajuraho temple is that it does not have erotic sculptures as are ubiquitous in other temples in Khajuraho. There are many non erotic sculptures of Surasundaris depicting many postures which visitors watch spellbound.

Ghantai Temple

One of the major Jain temple, Ghantai temple has played a significant role in the development of Jainism in India. The Ghantai temple is locally so called due to chain-and-bell (ghanta) motifs, carved on its pillars. This temple was of the same design as the Parsvanath temple, grandeur in conception and almost twice as large in dimensions. The carvings etched on the main beam, on top of the door include the sixteen auspicious signs seen in a dream by Lord Mahavira's mother and has a multi-armed Jain goddess hovering on a winged Garuda.

Adinath Temple

Located to the north of the Parsvanath temple, Adinath temple is dedicated to Jain saint Adinath. The temple is constructed in the form of 'sapta-ratha' .The walls are adorned with beautifully carved figures including that of Yakshis and court dancer Nilanjana, a famous dancer in the court of Lord Adinath. Other famous temples of Eastern group includemple, Brahma te Vamana Temple, Hanuman Temple and Javari Temple.

National park near khajuraho


Bandhavgarh is famous for its national park and the majestic historical fort still dominates the high hills rising out of the forest situated approx 250.0 km. away from the Kanha Reserve. The Bandhavgarh is the original home of the white tigers and was once the hunting ground for the Maharaja of Rewas. It is the only maximum elevated zone around the Bandhavgarh area that brings the fantastic jungle views and the wild animals especially the tigers can be spotted very easily.


This national park is just 357 km. away from the Kanha National Park and can be reached within 5 hours of drive. It is nestled at the lower southern ranges of Satpura hills bordering Maharashtra. You can find the original setting of the Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book at Pench Tiger Reserve and its neighborhood area. The whole area of the Pench Tiger Reserve is being wide spread at an area of 758 sq km. interestingly this place offers the Kipling Country Tour and tiger tour to get acquainted with the Kipling's world of creativity in the natural surroundings of the reserve.

Kanha kisli nearest railway station

The Nearest Railway Station for Kanha National Park is Gondia located approx 145.0 km. which is 03:00 hour’s drive from Kanha/ Mukki zone of Jungle. Next is Jabalpur approx 165.0 km. which is 04:00 hour’s drive from Kanha Khatia/Kisli entrance gate & 210 km. /05:00 hour’s drive from Kanha/Mukki zone of Jungle.


Kanha National Park best time to visit

The month of March is the best month for wildlife viewing and the temperature is not very high however Months of April & May provide a great & almost sure opportunity to Wildlife Photographers.

The peak season for Kanha National Park is during winters that are October to March. Most of the tourists visit the park between November and March, mainly because the summer's heat is unbearable. The period between November and February is excellent for visiting Kanha national park. A lot of migratory birds visit the park during the winter months.

Kanha Tiger Reserve Hours 

Every year Kanha National Park is open for visitors from the 15th of October to till 30th of June. As per the climate of Central part of India, The safari timings are:

Safari   Months                               Morning Safari                  Afternoon Safari   

16th October to 15th February   Sunrise to 11:00 AM        02:00 PM to Sunset

16th February to 15th April          Sunrise to 11:00 AM        03 PM to Sunset

16th April to 30th June                 Sunrise to 10:00 AM            03:30 PM to Sunset

Things to do in Jabalpur (Bhedaghat)

Watching the Dhuandhar Waterfall from the elevated platform & Have a ropeway Trip across the waterfall and river to see & capture the majestic fall in full swing as well as marble rocks glistening in sun.

Take a Boat ride across Narmada River to witness the breathtaking marble rocks and listen to the juicy tales of Mallah who will tell the tale of events across the majestic narrow passage across marble rocks. Identify the various types and colors of marble rocks and witness the spots of famous movie locations shot here.

Buy for souvenirs at the souks near by the waterfall & marble souvenirs near the boating point. Must recommend is the name engraving on the soft marble.

Tour to Barghee Dam to see massive water dam built across the Narmada and forests around it. If time permits, tour to Mandla Motel to have fun with kids.

Trip to Dhuandhar Waterfall Jabalpur Bhedaghat the Prime attraction of Jabalpur Bhedaghat is the majestic Dhuandhar Waterfall.

You can watch it from multiple points, on the right hand side, there are multiple platforms to see waterfall, and you can also take a ropeway to go to the other end and while on the ropeway take photo shots and admire the beauty of the whole place.

What to see in Agra India

Taj Mahal

 It has been declared as World Heritage Site in the year 1983. One of the Seven Wonders of the World, Taj Mahal is showpiece architecture of fine Mughal craftsmanship. It was built under the aegis of Shah Jahan as a memorial for his beloved wife Arjumand Bano Begum. Her body is enshrined in the tomb at the Taj Mahal. The designs of this structure incorporate Persian and Mughal architecture. The highlight of the structure is the tomb which is a large structure made completely of marble.

Jantar Mantar

Among most popular places to visit in Delhi is the Jantar Mantar, an ancient observatory built by Maharaja Jaisingh of Udaipur in 1794 on the main Parliament Street at Connaught Place. The instruments at Jantar Mantar are undoubtedly fascinating for their ingenuity however the high-rise buildings around have obstructed accurate observations.

Bahai (Lotus) Temple

The ever-popular lotus-shaped Bahai Temple in Delhi is the last of the seven major Bahai temples around the world. A mesmerizing structure made of pure white marble, standing against a lush green landscape, the lotus depicts a symbol common to all religions.

India Gate

India Gate situated in the heart of Delhi was built in memory of the 90,000 soldiers who laid down their life during World War 1 the 42 m height India Gate is a popular tourist destiny of Delhi. The place is popular as a relaxation area during evening of summer and a picnic spot during winter. Amar Jawan Jyoti was introduced I 1971 after the Indo- Pak war in the memory of the Indian soldier. India Gate attracts tourists for its wide picnic spot, boating and children's park.

Fatehpur Sikri

Built by Akbar, the Mughal emperor in 1570, the city was a tribute to Sufi Saint. Fatehpur Sikri is a perfect blend of Indian, Islamic and Persian architecture and it was built using red sandstone. For around 10 years, the city remained the capital of Mughal Empire. The city has a 6-kilometer long wall on three sides and there are towers and gates. It houses some of the city’s important buildings namely Buland Darwaza, Birbal’s House, Panch Mahal and Jama Masjid. The entire city along with all the important constructions including royal palaces, Jama Masjid and courts were declared as World Heritage Site in the year 1986.

Agra Fort

The 16th century monument is yet another proof of the architectural brilliance of Mughals. This is situated near the gardens of the world famous Taj Mahal. Called the Red Fort of Agra was built in 1565 under the aegis of Akbar on the right bank of the Yamuna River. Here you will find the grand hall of audiences called Diwan-i-Khas also on location are a couple of magnificent mosques.

Jama Masjid

The Jama Masjid is essentially a mosque situated in bustling market of Chandni Chowk. The mosque in total has four towers and there are three gateways to this place of worship. You can see two tall minarets of about 40 meters in height flanking the structure. The design is simple yet extremely artistic. At any given point of time the mosque can accommodate more than 25,000 people.

Agra accommodation near Taj Mahal

The oberio amarvilas    (5* Hotel) TA rating -5.0   - certified in excellence

Address: Taj East Gate Road, Near Taj Mahal, Agra, Uttar Pradesh 282001

The Atulya taj (4* Hotel) TA rating -4.0   - certified in excellence

Address: 538, Near Shilp Gram, Taj Mahal Eastern Gate, Agra, Uttar Pradesh 282001

The Taj resort (3* Hotel) TA rating -4.0   - certified in excellence

Address: 538, Near Shilp Gram, Eastern Gate of Taj Mahal, Agra, Uttar Pradesh 282001

Historical monuments Taj Mahal

The Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan was head-over-heels in love with Mumtaz, his dear wife. Mumtaz Mahal, an inseparable companion of Shah Jahan, died in 1631, while giving birth to their 14th child. It was in the memory of his beloved wife that Shah Jahan built a magnificent monument as a tribute to her, which we today know as the "Taj Mahal".

 The construction of Taj Mahal started in the year 1631. Masons, stonecutters, inlayers, carvers, painters, calligraphers, dome-builders and other artisans were requisitioned from the whole of the empire and also from Central Asia and Iran, and it took approximately 22 years to build what we see today. An epitome of love, it made use of the services of 22,000 laborers and 1,000 elephants. The monument was built entirely out of white marble, which was brought in from all over India and central Asia. After an expenditure of approximately 32 million rupees, Taj Mahal was finally completed in the year 1653.

Orchha sightseeing

Orchha Fort

Also known as Jehangir Mahal, Built in 1598 by Bharath Bhushan after he defeated Vir Deo Singh of Bundela. This place is a classic example of Mughal architecture. The domes are built according to Timurid customs and the gates or Iwans are large enough to allow entry of War elephants, relatively higher position compared to surrounding area made this palace a very important palace for the Mughals.

Chattris (Cenotaphs)

Chattris is a set of magnificent royal tombs of the Maharajas, Situated on the banks of Betwa river.  The charm of Chattris is best experienced when it is viewed from a narrow bridge on the opposite side of the river, from where the entire reflection of the tombs can be seen. The domes are adorned with exquisite paintings, which add to the alluring appeal of Chattris which has attracted tourists since years placed on a platform and supported by the pillars.

Rani Mahal

The Rani Mahal of Orccha is a beautiful fortification right from the pages of the history Spread over a vast area and surrounded by splendid gardens, the architecture and presence of the Rani Mahal is quite humbling. The entire palace is beautifully decorated with detailed stonework on the outside, while the inside holds mesmerizing illustrations and murals of holy epics like the Ramayana. The palace has now been converted into a museum you can easily access these precious art facts and learn more about the history of the place. The museum has paintings from the ninth and twelfth century and also houses various scripts.

Dauji ki haveli

Dauji ki haveli houses beautiful murals which have been well-preserved over the centuries. It is a stunning example of one such building constructed by the Merchants. It looks like a miniature version of the Royal Palace, the architecture of this mansion as magnificent as the bigger haveli. The centre of trading activities, Orchha gave birth to a new class of people- the Merchants.

Chaturbhuj Temple

This famous temple is dedicated to Lord Vishnu built in 875 AD during the reign of Gurjara Pratihara dynasty. This temple has beautiful architecture and it consists of a sanctum with pancharatha Sikhara, a vestibule and a porch. The name literally means the one with four arms, and Lord Vishnu has been referred as Chaturbhuj in various Hindu texts.

Facilities at Khajuraho Airport

  • For the facility of the passengers, there are taxi and car hire services at the airport.

  • There are three main airline services, Indian Airlines, Jet Airways, and Kingfisher Airlines.

  • The airport has a very fine terminal with basic facilities such as tea and coffee shops and snack bars.

  • For passengers and tourist there is also hotel is available near to the Airport.

  • Nearby the Airport, Bus Facility is also available to reach sight locations of Khajurtaho.

Specialty for Honeymooners in Khajuraho

Honeymoon is the best part of life. The best couples deserve the locations to collect lovely honeymoon memories. Khajuraho is a place which is perfect place for a lovely honeymoon. In Khajuraho, Kamsutra Temple, (a UNESCO world Heritage Site), is a most famous place for visit by the honeymoon couples.  The temples have synonyms with Love and Erotica; it’s a romantic site for couples. This temple have many sculptures which showing the physical relations between male and Female.

In Khajuraho, Raneh waterfall, Panna national park is also very attractive and beautiful lovcation for visit. For the honeymooners this is the best location to spend their honeymoon.  Khajuraho is that place which makes pleasant and peaceful climate and nature for enjoying with life partner.  Khajuraho makes honeymoon so special and memorable for life time.

Shopping in Khajuraho & Orchha

In Khajuraho many shopping centers, markets, and shops are available for shop many things like handicrafts, clothing, food, lighting accessories, books shops, jewellery, metallic statue, Ornaments etc. Kuber market is mainly famous for shopping in Khajuraho. There are handmade bamboo crafts and things are also available to decorate home.

In Orchha, Rajasthan Emporium and Indian art gallery is very famous shop for shopping. You can ship embroidered saris and other clothing materials from this shop. In the local market of orchha you can also buy many things and handicrafts. The village bazaar is the central part of Orchha with ruins lying all around. You will find all kinds of brassware and other metal works, antiques jewellery, metal works of Dokra, articles of wrought iron, and other gift items comprising showpieces, mementos, and souvenirs.

Things to do in Khajuraho & Orchha

Jungle Safari at Panna National Park:  The most interesting thing to do in Khajuraho is Jungle safari at Panna National park by Jeep. You can see lots of birds and animals in this park. Apart from the king of the forest, you can also spot Elephants, Leopards, Boars, Deers, Himalayan Palm Civets, Jungle Cats, Fishing Cats, Indian Gray Mongoose, Monkey, Sloth Bear and Black Bear here. On this wonderful safari, you may need some luck to spot a tiger on your ride but there are loads of other wonderful sights which are equally alluring.

Shilpgram Visit: Usually alive with cultural performances and folk dances, Shilpgram is where you can get a glimpse of the town's rich, ancient heritage and shop for exquisite, incredible tribal handicrafts.

In Orchha

River Rafting: River-rafting trips start from the boat club, but tickets must be bought through MP Tourism at Hotel Sheesh Mahal or Betwa Retreat.

Swimming: A popular spot is in front of the boat club by the bridge that leads into the Orchha Nature Reserve. Swimming is a water activity which is mostly liked by youngsters.

Trekking: Hikking and Trekking is also the main thing which can do at Orchha place. This is a very attractive location for trekking in the morning.

Places to visit in Bandhavgarh national park

Village Tala

The Tala Village brings many fascinating landscapes all around the location. The tourist prefers to visit in Bandhavgarh situated at the lowest region of Bandhavgarh. Along with that while visiting the village the tourists can find different hotels and resorts for magnificent accommodations in the village. There are many captivating glimpses a tourist can explore while spending a day at this village. The modest dwellings, the mud clustered houses, elders smoking hookahs sitting on a cot are such magnificent scenes that brings a standstill on the time.

Climber’s Point

It is one of the most amazing & an ideal place for the tourists to take some rest and for the peace of mind in Bandhavgarh National Park that symbolizes nature’s beauty. This location brings an aerial view of the entire park and the forest in this location is filled with Sal and Bamboo trees. Along with that the place is also being flourished with some f the best and unique species of fauna like butea superba and bauhinia wahlii along with Sal trees.

Bari Gufa

The Bari Gufa which means the “The Giant Cave” showcase the ancient monument of past. Undoubtedly it is one of the most ancient creations in the Indian history. It is being believed that the Bari Gufa is the biggest man-made cave of the reserve dating back to 10th century. The Bandhavgarh area is filled with a number of lakes and caves that really brings an outstanding view to the place.

Three Cave Point

One of the most fascinating place in Bandhavgarh National Park is the three cave point that can be easily visible from the Ganesh Hillock road. This place is perfectly being the ideal home for many wild animals including leopards, tigers and sloth bears. This beautiful location has many beautiful carvings that typically signify the perfect blend of the architectural techniques that were prevalent in the ancient times.

Mahaman Pond

This place is called the “Place of Quench the Thirst” where the variety of herbivores and carnivores inhabiting the national park can be found. The Mahaman Pond is being located near the Bandhavgarh Fort which is being surrounded by bamboo clumps where large varieties of herding of wild creatures can be found.

The Shesh Shaya

The Shesh Shaya is a marvelous 11 meter long & 65 ft horizontally laid statue of Lord Vishnu in the laying position with umbrella of “Shesh Nag” along with the “Shivling” and the “Lord Brahma” are situated here.  The statue is believed to be the asset of 10th century. It is placed on the main entrance of the footpath, way towards the Bandhavgarh Fort. The origin of the river “Charan Ganga” inflows from the foot of “Lord Vishnu” and so the name is being derived from.


The Rajbahera brings the Bandhaini Hillock view along with the glances of sorks, vultures and herds of chital, samber and wild pigs is definitely an additional attraction of Bandhavgarh. It is a marshy meadow which can be viewed from the Bandhaini Hillock and is the origin of the river Dammer.


This place is also known as the Pendanus Point where a lump of an aromatic plant called Kewra can be found amidst the supercilious jammu and arjun trees. It is undoubtedly a real floral treasure of Bandhavgarh Reserve.

Cheshpur Water Fall

The Cheshpur Water fall is a natural water fall in River Johila, situated at a distance of 50 km from Bandhavgarh. It is an ideal location for the tourists to enjoy picnic here.

Jwalamukhi Temple

About 11 km away from Bandhavgarh, this temple is also 10th century founding. It is the temple of the goddess Jwalamukhi situated in the bank of river “Charan Ganga”.

Thing to do in Bandhav garh national park

Open Jeep Safari: Jeep Safaris operate in two shifts, one in early morning at the time of sunrise for duration of 4 hours and then starts again at 2-3pm and goes till the sunset. Each jeep can take up to 6 travelers other than a driver and one naturalist. Visitors typically prefer Tala region to spot tigers. Afternoon shift is typically closed on Wednesdays.

Elephant Safari: Available only in the morning shift, these elephant safaris are on first come first serve basis and charge around Rs. 500 per head to take one to a spot where one can see a tiger in its most natural form. 4 passengers are typically allowed on an elephant and there is a mahout and a naturalist on this trip too.

Trek to Bandhavgarh Fort: A one hour trek is required to reach here from Tala zone and visitors must take a guide to visit this place. There are also a few temples here. The trek is totally worth it to this 800 m high fort as it gives a breathtaking view of the surroundings. There is also a giant 35 feet sleeping statue of Vishnu here. This statue is believed to be dating around 10th century A.D. and Vishnu is shown reclining on the bed made by coils of the Seven Hooded Serpent, called Shesh Naag. The statue is locally known as Shesh Shaiya. There are numerous caves in this fort area and some of them have inscribed paintings and scripts written in Brahmi.

Bandhavgarh National Park Safari Timings

Park Safari Timings          Morning Safari             Evening Safari          Fort Safari

15 Oct - 15 Feb           -    06:30 - 11:00            - 14:30 - 17:30       - Sunrise - to - Sunset

16 Feb - 31 Mar           -   06:00 - 11:00             - 15:00 - 18:00       - Sunrise - to - Sunset

01 Apr - 30 June          -     05:30 - 10:00            - 16:00 - 19:00     - Sunrise - to - Sunset

Best Time to Visit Bandhavgarh National Park

The park opens its gate for the visitors from the month of October-mid to June end. The peak season & best time to visit is from November to February as the climatic conditions are excellent.

Panna National Park

Panna National Park is situated in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh,at a distance of around 57 km from Khajuraho. The region, famous for its diamond industry, is also home to some of the best wildlife species in India and is one of the most famous Tiger Reserves in the country. The park is known worldwide for its wild cats, including tigers as well as deer and antelope. Due to its closeness to one of the best-known Indian tourist attraction in India, Khajuraho, the park is recognized as an exciting stop-over destination.

How to Reach Panna National Park

By Air: The nearest airport to Panna National park is Khajuraho. It is 37 Kms from Khajuraho.

By Rail: Nearest rail head is Satna and it is at a distance of 90 Km. from Panna National park.

By Road: The nearest bus stand is Panna it is well connected with all the major cities of Madhya Pradesh.

Climate of Panna National Park

The climate of the region is tropical. Summers, somewhat scorching, are when one has the maximum chances of encountering the exclusive wildlife of this park. Winters are cold and comfortable and the temperature generally remains under 25°C. Monsoon touches this region in July and continues till mid-September.