Indian Royal Tour

Highlights Madhya Pradesh: World Heritage sites with Tiger National Parks

An exclusive focus on the cultural and historical attractions, to the architectural masterpieces and the anthropological diversity of India. In this now-protected areas as national parks are refuges for the last confusing variety of Indian wildlife and habitat conservation. Two of the most interesting parks, Bandhavgarh and Kanha, are located in central India, in the state of Madhya Pradesh. It has also a wealth of cultural and historical material accumulated, more than two thousand years, the flowering of Buddhist culture Mauryas, followed by regional kingdoms and principalities. Numerous temples, forts and palaces bear witness to this glorious past.

Abroad > Delhi (2) > Agra (1) > Gwalior (1) > Orchha (1) > Khajuraho (1) > Bandhavgarh National Park (3)> Kanha National Park (2) > Jabalpur (1) > Pachmarhi (1) > Bhopal (3) > Dhar Bei Mandu (2) > Indore (0) > Delhi (1) > Abroad

1. Day > Abroad (Departure: 00:00 Hours) > Delhi
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2. Day > Old and New Delhi
Arrival at Midnight _______ Hrs in Delhi and warm welcome by our escort and transfer to the Hotel Palace Heights, where the rooms immediately available. Time to rest.

After breakfast, take a tour to the most interesting sightseeing of Delhi. You have to visit Birla Temple, President House, Parliament, India Gate and Parliament. Afternoon trip to Old Delhi to the Red Fort, whose construction is already Mughal Emperor Shajahan of 1638 began. Here go the vehicles and drive bicycle rickshaws through the narrow streets of the old town, past countless small shops and food stall. The sale shops are sort guilds, so that whole streets with silver traders, sellers of saris, carpets and other handicrafts can be found. This journey through the hustle and bustling life in the small street ends at the Great Friday Mosque (Jama Masjid). On the way back you can see the combustion space of Mahatma Gandhi and Humayun Tomb.
Overnight stay at Hotel Palace Heights (A Middle Class Hotel)

3. Day > Delhi > Sikandara > Agra: The crown of Mughal’s Culture (210 Km)
After breakfast leave for Agra (Province Utter Pradesh). In between Pleasure to visit the mausoleum of Grand Mugal ruler Akbar in Sikandra. After arriving in Agra transfer to the hotel. After the short break, visit to the Red Fort of Agra where the builder of the Tajmahal, Emperor Shahjahan, spent last years of his life.
Overnight stay at Hotel Trident (A First Class Hotel)

4. Day > Agra > 120 Km > Gwalior
Early morning visit the famous Taj Mahal, where you can enjoy the beauty and perfect symmetry of that famous white marble tomb to enjoy. This unique structure was built in 1630 by Mughal Emperor Shahjahan as a tomb for his wife Mumtaz Mahal was built with precious and semiprecious stones. Now it is included as the wonders of the world. After breakfast, drive to Gwalior.
Gwalior: Located in the state of Madhya Pradesh, Gwalior is known as the Royal City of the Scindias. The city is famous for its majestic fort, the huge Gwalior Fort dominates this dry and windy city and it was for many centuries witnessed the rise and fall of many dynasties. Once shines golden mosaic tiles to the main Palace, Man Mandir, and you can still have the elaborate carvings and works of art from the 9th Century and the dungeons below can still be a picture of the fates of the prisoners of the Mughal rulers impart. This impressive fort of Babur is described as a "pearl among the fortresses of the Hindu culture."
Overnight stay at Hotel Usha Kiran Palace (A Heritage Hotel)

5. Day > Gwalior > 120 Km > Orcha
After breakfast drive to Orcha, a medieval town (16-17 century) Jahangir Mahal Palace, one of the best examples of architecture Bundela the Chaturbhuj temple, dedicated to the Vishnu and the Lakshmi Temple, with its excellent murals, visit the Raj Mahal Palace, below the Jahangir Mahal and Sheesh located.
Overnight stay at the Hotel Amar Mahal (A Heritage Hotel)

6. Day > Orcha > 178 Km > Khajuraho
After breakfast drive to Khajuraho. Upon arrival in Khajuraho Transfer to the hotel. At late afternoon visit the 9th to 12th century temples of the Khajuraho. These temples are the evidences of the architectural geniuses during the times of Chandela dynasty. Khajuraho temples are famous for their passion, eroticism, dance and music and other finesses of creative arts depicted in sculpture and images. The temples of Khajuraho have been declared a 'world heritage' site by UNESCO in order to preserve the rich legacy of architecture.
Overnight stay at the Hotel Ramada Khajuraho (First-class hotel)

7. Day > Khajuraho > 190 Km > Bandhavgarh National Park
After breakfast drive 6-7 hours on a bumpy road to Bandhavgarh. Upon arrival in Bandhavgarh transfer to hotel.
Dinner and overnight stay at the Hotel Taj Mahuwa Kothi (A Heritage Resort Hotel)

8. Day > Bandhavgarh National Park
The Bandhavgarh National Park is a game reserve, where history and nature meet. In the midst of the Vindhyan hill is the park itself by several mountain ridges crossed. Originally the park only count 105 square kilometers, with 25 tigers - a high population density. Today, it is approximately 437 sq km has been increased. The main attraction is still the center of the park with its 32 picturesque wooded hills. An old fortress on a lead at 800 meters above sea level dominates the park 1968 was it declared to the park. If you look on elephant back through the park can bear, you have a good chance to see a tiger - as well as other wild animals such as foxes, jackals, wild boar, Nilgai, jungle cats, hyenas, porcupines, monkeys and the black-face langurs. In addition, there are approximately 150 species of birds, including migratory birds that spend the winter here, and various waterfowl. From the Bandhavgarh fort has a breathtaking view over the park.
Lunch, dinner and overnight stay at Hotel Taj Mahuwa Kothi (A Heritage Resort Hotel)

9. Day > Bandhavgarh National Park
Morning and late afternoon safaris in the national park, by jeep and on the backs of elephants. Bandhavgarh boasts the largest tiger population of the country to have. With a little luck you will see one of these majestic animals. But other animals are here to see how various antelope species, Chinkaras (gazelles), bears.
Lunch, dinner and overnight stay at Hotel Taj Mahuwa Kothi (A Heritage Resort Hotel)

10. Day > Bandhavgarh National Park > 240 km > Kanha National Park
After breakfast, 5-hour drive to another famous tiger reserve in the same state, namely, Madhya Pradesh. Kanha is one of India's most beautiful nature reserves. It was inspired by Rudyard Kipling, The Jungle Book to write. The Kanha National Park is home to an amazing variety of animals and has a gene pool of India's flora and fauna. The Kanha forest is a unique experience: the roof in the dense forest alternating with open grassland offers space for a dense animal population, similar to the animal rich national parks in Africa.
Dinner and overnight stay at Chitwan Jungle Lodge Hotel

11. Day > Kanha National Park
Enjoy jeep safaris in the morning and evening! With an area of 940 sq km Kanha promises a unique experience to be. His forest home to a beautiful wilderness, as they are rarely found and is unique in its abundance of birds and mammals. He is one of the best maintained national parks in Asia and a major attraction for wildlife lovers from all over the world. The years are the animals in Kanha become courageous and friendly and offer good opportunities for observing and photographing. The Tiger project has achieved remarkable results: their number rose from 48 specimens at the beginning of the project on the impressive number of 100 copies, the Kanha National Park is home now. Thus he is the best place in the world, in order to watch Tiger. In addition, the Kanha National Park is the only habitat for the rare Barasingha, which already was in danger of extinction.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and overnight stay at Chitwan Jungle Lodge Hotel

12. Day > Kanha National Park > 208 Km > Jabalpur
After breakfast drive to Jabalpur. This metropolis is a major industrial site, but possibly as a railway hub of tourist importance. The so-called Marble Rocks in nearby Bhedaghat, for Indian travelers are enjoying great popularity, as well as the local waterfalls and the Durga temple for Western tourists is not overly interesting. Take a boat through the bizarre marble-lined cliffs Narmada Gorge.
Overnight stay at Hotel

13. Day > Jabalpur > 224 Km > Pachmarhi
Continue to Pachmarhi, in the picturesque Satpura hills on well 1,000 m altitude. Once British Hill Station, the place is still rich in relics from the colonial era. Main attraction, however, are ancient petro glyphs in the caves of Mahadeo hills.
Overnight stay at hotel

14. Day > Pachmarhi > 210 Km > Bhopal
After breakfast drive to Bhopal. The old city of Bhopal with its palaces, mosques and markets are still a hint of the time of the Begum. Featured here are about the Jami mosque or Tajul Darul Uloom mosque, one of the largest mosques in India. The new city, however, impressed with modern buildings, broad avenues and spacious parks and gardens. Bhopal is cleaner and greener than most other cities of India. Bhopal is also a fairly well-developed network of public transport.
Overnight stay at Hotel Noor-us-Subah Palace Hotel (A Deluxe Hotel)

15. Day > Bhopal> 50 Km> Udaigiri> 13 Km> Sanchi> 50 Km> Bhopal
After breakfast drive to Udaigiri, The Cave Temples of Udaigiri come from the Gupta period and emerged during the reign of Emperor Chandragupta II (382 - 401 AD).
After the visit in Udaigiri turn Sanchi. On a hill near the small town of Sanchi is the oldest Buddhist stupas in India. They are over 2000 years old. Stupas in Buddhism symbolizes the sacred tree of life and enlightenment. After the death of Buddha, it was the great Maurya emperor Ashoka, of Buddhism itself, and discovered to his great heyday in India helped. 84 000 large and small stupas he built in honor of Buddha have. The Great Stupa of Sanchi is 17 meters high and is considered the ideal of the Buddhist Stupa. Since 1989, the count of Sanchi Mnumente a World Heritage by UNESCO. Return to Bhopal.
Overnight at Hotel Noor-us-Subah Palace Hotel (A Deluxe Hotel)

16. Day > Bhopal > 50 Km > Bhimbetka > Bhopal
After breakfast drive to the caves of Bhimbetka to the World Heritage Site. The entire area is covered by dense forests and vegetation. It is rich in natural resources such as water-resistant springs, natural caves, a rich forest flora and fauna.
The paintings in the caves and rockwork in Bhimbetka provide a very vivid way the lives of people who lived in these caves and their natural environment and are among the oldest evidence of human life in India. One of the rocks - popularly known as "Zoo Rock" means - is Elephants, Sambar, bison and deer painted on the rock. Another rock shows a peacock, a snake, a deer and the sun. On another rock, two elephants with tusks displayed. In this collection of prehistoric paintings are also hunting scenes with hunters, the bows and arrows, swords and shields bear. In one of the caves, a bison depicted a hunter pursues during his companions to stand helplessly. In another scene we see tabs along with archers. Their rock paintings go back to the Mesolithic and show the everyday life of the former inhabitants of the caves. The colors of the drawings are, even after up to 12 000 years, is still strong and not faded. It is believed that the color of colored earth, vegetable dyes, roots and animal fats has been made. After the visit in Bhimbetka return to Bhopal.
Overnight at Hotel Noor-us-Subah Palace Hotel (A Deluxe Hotel)

17. Day > Bhopal> 188 km> Ujjain> 80 Km> Indore> 70 Km> Dhar
After breakfast drive to Ujjain. Ujjain on the banks of the river Shipra is one of the seven holy places of Hindus, where in every 12 years, alternating with Haridwar, Allahabad and Nasik, the Kumbh Mela, the largest Indian bathing and cleaning festival, takes place. But even while the rest of the festival free "time daily stream of thousands of pilgrims in the city. The main objective is an underground source Mahakaleshwar sacred temple from which a lingam (phallic symbol of Lord Shiva) rises.
Ujjain: Ujjain excavations north of promoted traces of human settlement from the 8th Century BC days. The ancient city was an important regional capital of the Maurya ruler. The then Avantika was located on the main trade route from northern India to Mesopotamia and Egypt. According to Hindu mythology, Shiva once changed its name in Ujjaiyini, "the proud conquered" to his victory over the demon king Tripuri out. Later ruled by the Sultans Mandu, the Moguls and Raja Jai Singh II of Jaipur, the one here its 5 Jantar Mantar observatories built. On the long Ghats strongly recalls the atmosphere to the hustle and bustle in the holy city of Varanasi. After the visit in Ujjain turn in Dhar. After arrival at Dhar transfer to hotel.
Overnight stay at the hotel Jhira Bagh Palace (A Heritage Hotel)

18. Day >Dhar > 30 Km > Mandu > 50 Km > Omkareshwar > 40 Km > Maheshwar > 70 Km > Dhar
After breakfast drive to Mandu. The once royal city of Mandu still reflects its former richness in different historic buildings resist. In the hills of Vindhjagebirges lies abandoned the old capital of the pre-Mughal dynasties of Central India in the midst of lush vegetation and artificial ponds and lakes. The famous fort is a 64 km long wall with ten mighty gates secured and is regarded as the world's largest fortress. The huge plant within the city walls holds the ruins of 75 magnificent art works and monuments, mosques, palaces and pavilions. The palaces of the royal enclave represent brightness and power of the Hindu ruler of Malva and the time of the sultans. Mandu counts by a combination of scenic beauty and art historical attractions to the most secure sites in Asia and the walk through the deserted ghost town is a profound experience.
Continue to Omkareshwar, is one of the most famous places of pilgrimage in India. The temples and sacred sites are located on an island at the confluence of Narmada and Kaveri. The island has the shape of the sacred symbol Om, which is the place its name.
Continue to Maheshwar, on the banks of the Narmada was already the beginning of the Hindu civilization is an important cultural and political center, the city was already in the Ramayana and Mahabharata, under its previous name - Mahishmati - mentioned. After an eventful history, 1741, she came under the influence of Marathe the Holkar dynasty. Central figure of this ruler, the sex queen Ahilya Bai, the 18 years of Maheshwar ruled out. According to legend, it has 91 temples throughout India founded and is widely revered. Return to Dhar.
Overnight stay at the hotel Jhira Bagh Palace (A Heritage Hotel)

19. Day > Dhar > 70 Km > Indore
After breakfast drive to Indore. Indore, it developed from 1715 into a major trading center in the region. Malhar Rao Holkar (1694-1766), founder of the Holkar dynasty, made Indore became the capital of his kingdom. Since 1956 belongs to Indore Madhya Pradesh state.
Today, Indore is the largest trade and economic center of the region. The nearby Pithampur industrial area, often referred to as the "Detroit of India", is the headquarters of numerous giant steel works and engine, which Honda, Hindustan Motors, Bajaj and Pratap Steel belong.
Worth seeing is the banks of the Kham-standing Lal Bagh Palace, a preference of the immeasurably wealthy Maharajas of the 19th and 20 Century. The landmark of Indore is the old Holkar Palace "Raj Wada," one of the palm-lined squares in the heart of the city dominated. The villa was built in the style of a western Indian town house was built.
After the visit in Indore and transfer to the domestic Airport to board for Delhi.
Indore (Departure: 20:40 Hrs)> > > Delhi (Arrival: 22:55 Hrs) with Kingfisher Airline.
After arrival in Delhi transfer to Hotel.
Overnight stay at Hotel The Amber (A hotel)

20. Day > Delhi
After breakfast you have free time.
Late evening transfer to a hotel for Farewell dinner and then transfer to the International Airport.

21. Day > Delhi (Departure: 00:00 Hours) > Abroad (Arrival: 00:00 Hrs)
Early morning departures to 00:00 Hrs with ____ to Abroad.
We wish you a good Journey to home!

* Tour Itinerary may be changes are possible due to technical reason*

***Tour cost on request

Tour cost Included:
1. 19 nights in double occupancy room in the hotels on a twin sharing basis.
2. Daily breakfast for two during the stay at all hotels.
3. Full board at Bandhavgarh National Park and Kanha National Park.
4. All ground transfers through an air conditioned Innova car.
5. Domestic Air Tickets (Indore – Delhi)
6. Rickshaw ride in Old Delhi, boat ride at Varanasi, three Jungle safaris at Bandhavgarh and two Jungle safaris at
Kanha National Park.
7. One time entrances to all the above mentioned monuments in the Itinerary.
8. All kind of luxury & transport taxes.
9. All other expenses mentioned in the itinerary.
10. Information material in English for travel.

The Tour Cost does not include:
1. International Flight tickets.
2. Monuments Guide charges.
3. Lunch and Dinner.
4. Travel Insurance
5. Any kind of personal expenses such as tips, laundry, telephone bills and beverages.
6. Camera fees (still or movie).
7. Optional, suggested or unspecified activities.


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