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Central India Tour

Duration : 9 Nights / 10 Days

Day 01 :Arrival Delhi

Arrive Delhi , meet and assist at the airport and transfer to hotel. Night stay in Delhi.

Day 02 :Gwalior

Gwalior is famous for its old and very large fort. Within the fort walls are several interesting temples and ruined palaces. The dramatic and colourful history of the great fort goes back over 1000 years. Gwalior is 110 kms from Agra and a 2 hrs drive by road or a one hour train ride on the Shatabdi Express. You can travel to Gwalior from Agra and return on the same day.Gwalior is dominated by its fort, which tops the long hill to the north of Lashkar, the new town. The old town clings to the hill, north-east of the fort. . Night stay in Gwalior.

Day 03 :Shivpuri

Morning proceed for Shivpuri 117km south-west of Gwaliori. Shivpuri in Madhya Pradesh was earlier known to be the capital of Scindia clan of Gwalior in the summer.A pleasant lake surrounded by gardens here has been a summer retreat for the Scindia royalty who wished to escape from the oppressive summers of Gwalior. Shivpuri houses a wildlife sanctuary and several hunting lodges.Madhav National Park has varieties of birds and other animals like chinkara, Indian gazelle, chital, nilgai, sambar, chausingha, blackbuck, sloth bear, leopard and common langur Near Shivpuri, ancient Jain temples scattered across a hilly slope glisten in the sun. Return to Gwalior for night stay.

Day 04 :Orchha

(approx.112km south of Gwalior) After breakfast drive to orchha & transfer to hotel. Crossing the bridge over the Betwa River to the fortified island brings you to three 17th-century palaces. The Jehangir Mahal is an impressive, rambling complex with good views of the countryside from the upper levels. There is a small archaeological museum on the ground floor. The Raj Mahal nearby has superb murals. Below the Jehangir Mahal is the smaller Raj Praveen Mahal, a palace built near a garden. The Hammam (bath house) and camel stables are nearby. The walled Phool Bagh gardens, a cool summer retreat beside the Palki mahal, are a memorial to Dinman Hardol.Night stay in orchha.

Day 05 :Orchha - Pachmarhi ( by car)

After breakfast visit the Ram Raja Temple, the only temple in India where devotees worship Lord Rama as a king, and Phool Bagh, an artificial cascade.Morning at leisure in the nature’s lap of this green destination. In the later half of the day move out proceed for the sight seeing thus, making yourself lost in the scenic beauty of this romantic place filled with cascading water falls, steep green valleys of Mahadeo hills sight seeing. The sight seeing includes Chhota Mahadeo, Chauragarh, Jata Shankar, Dhoopgarh. Optional Para sailing activity in the evening.Transfer to hotel.Night stay in pachmarhi.

Day 06 :Pachmarhi

After breakfast visit the 10,000 years old rock paintings in the caves of Mahadeo Hills. The Pandava Caves were the mythical home of the exiled Pandava princes during the Mahabharata era. Night stay in pachmarhi.

Day 07 :Pachmarhi - Bhopal

After breakfast visit the sacred cave of Jata Shankar resembles the matted locks of Lord Shiva. Then Rajat Pratap, the 350-feet-high waterfall is honeymooners' delight. There are many other exciting primitive temple sites and rock formations. After finishing the sightseeing drive to Bhopal & transfer to hotel. Night stay in Bhopal.

Day 08 :Bhopal

Bhopal, central India, is clearly demarcated into the new and old city by the Upper and Lower Lakes said to have been built under the reign of Raja Bhoj. The Upper and Lower Lakes are popular tourists attractions and offer rides on row-boats, pedal-boats, sailboats picnic and other recreational facilities. Visit the glorious Gohar Mahal that stands proud on the banks of the Upper Lake in Bhopal, India. Built by Qudsia Begum this ornamental expression of art is an artistic representation of Indo-Saracenic architecture. Taj-ul-Masjid though one of the largest and beautiful mosques in India commissioned under Shah Jahan Begum, it is still incomplete. Towering terracotta walls protect the two white domed minarets. Qudsia Begum built Jama Masjid in 1837; her daughter later built the Moti Masjid that was similar to Jama Masjid in its squat dome less minarets in 1860.

Day 09 :Sanch

68km north of Bhopal by car, a hill rises to pay obeisance to the oldest and grandest Buddhist edifice—the Sanchi Stupa—at its crest. Built by the emperor-turned-monk Ashoka of the Maurya Dynasty in the 3 rd century BC, the Stupa is 16 metres high and 37 metres in diameter. The massive dome evokes rare serenity, and the encircling pathway with four entry points adds to the solemnity. Return to Bhopal before sundown. Transfer to hotel.

Day 10 :Delhi

Delhi, the capital of India, is mixture of tradition and modernity, a historic city with stately buildings and the seat of government of a vibrant nation. A tour of Delhi's monuments and sights is a great way to get to know this fascinating country and to begin your tour of India. Marvel at the majestic Red Fort and the impressive India Gate, be enchanted by the beauty of the Lotus-shaped Bahai Temple, tour the museums to know more about India's past and browse through the markets for handicraft and textile items, made by master craftsmen. . Transfer to hotel. Transfer to airport for onward journey.

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