Rajasthan Tour

Central India Tour

Central India Tour
Duration : 12 Nights / 13 Days
Destinations : Delhi - Agra - Bhopal - Sanchi - Udaygiri - Sanchi - Ujjain - Mandu - Indore - Bhopal - Pachmarhi - Kanha - Bastar - Jagdalpur - Raipur - Delhi
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Detail Itinerary

Days 1:Delhi

After arrival at Indira Gandhi International Airport, our tour representative meets you and assists you to the hotel for check-in. Overnight stay at the hotel.

Days 2:Agra

In the morning, take a train to Agra - The City of Taj. After checking-in at the hotel, proceed to visit the best monuments in the city including Taj Mahal, Agra Fort, Fatehpur Sikhri, and more.

Overnight stay at the hotel.

Days 3:Bhopal

The tourists proceed to Bhopal, which is about 6 hours away from Agra. In the afternoon, the tourists can take a walk along the streets of old Bhopal city and head to the hotel for an overnight stay.

Days 4:Bhopal

Bhopal / Sanchi / Udayagiri / Sanchi - Same Day Trip

The tourists proceed to Sanchi, renowned for its Great Stupa, the oldest stone structure in the country. Later, proceed to Udayagiri Caves which features Hindu images and cave temples, making it one of India's most important archaeological sites from the Gupta period. Send Enquiry

Overnight stay at a hotel in Bhopal.

Days 5:Ujjain

About 189 kilometres away lies the ancient city of Ujjain, a prominent pilgrimage for Shaivites, Vaishnavites and the followers of Shakta. Overnight stay at a hotel in Ujjain.

Days 6:Mandu

The tourists head to Mandu where they proceed to visit the Jahaz Mahal (a ship-shaped palace situated between two artificial lakes), Jama Masjid (an impressive monument built in Afghan architecture), Rewa Kund (a reservoir built by Baz Bahadur), Eco Point, and more.

Overnight stay at a hotel in Mandu.

Days 7:Indore

From Mandu, the tourists head to Indore to visit Maheshwar and Omkareshwar, the cultural, spiritual and political centre at the dawn of Hindu civilisation. Dedicated to Lord Shiva, the Omkareshwar Temple nestles on an island called Mandhata or Shivapuri in the Narmada river. The island is known for having the shape of the "Om" symbol.

Overnight stay at a hotel in Indore.

Days 8:Bhopal

After breakfast, go on a local sightseeing to visit Rajwada, Chattri Bagh, Kanch Mandir, Bada Ganapati, and more. Post lunch, proceed to Bhopal, about 190 kilometres away from Indore.

Overnight stay at a hotel in Bhopal.

Days 9:Pachmarhi

The tourists proceed to Pachmarhi, a beautiful hill station in Madhya Pradesh. After check-in at the hotel, the tourists are free to roam around the local streets and explore the town. Send Enquiry

Overnight stay at the hotel.

Days 10:Pachmarhi

An entire day of sightseeing is arranged for the tourists. Visit the famous caves with paintings, and also take part in the Shivaratri Festival which takes place in March.

Overnight stay at Pachmarhi.

Days 11:Kanha

Pachmarhi - Mukki (Kanha)

The tourists visit the Kanha National Park, which a major tiger reserve and also the biggest national park in Madhya Pradesh. Apart from tigers, the park is also known for having species of Indian leopards, the sloth bear, barasingha, Indian wild dogs, bison, black bucks, and more.

Overnight stay at Kanha.

Days 12:Bastar

Kanha - Bastar

Drive to Bastar, a large tribal area which is famous for tourist attractions including the Bhoramdeo temple and Barsur temples. On the way to Bastar, the tourists get the opportunity to meet and interact with the tribes of Gond, Maria, Muria, Halba and Bhattara.

Overnight stay at Bastar.

Days 13:Delhi

From Bastar, the tourists go on a long drive to reach Raipur, from where they head to Delhi via flight or train.