7 Days / 6 Nights

Madhya Pradesh


Today, pick you up from Jabalpur Railway station / Airport and check in at the hotel. The
original settlement in this area was ancient Tripuri and the rulers of this city, the Hayahaya,
are mentioned in the Mahabharata. It passed successively into Mauryan and then Gupta
control until, in 875 AD, it was taken by the Kalchuri rulers. Overnight at the hotel.

Today morning after breakfast. Transfer to Kanha. On way sightseeing of Bhedaghat like the
Marble Rocks at Bhedaghat rise to a hundred feet on either side of the Narmada. Kanha is
virtually a tiger land, with several tigresses occupying traditionally famous natal areas. There
is a rich assemblage of co-predators and prey animals. Perhaps the most precious animal of
Kanha is the Central Indian Barasingha. This Swamp deer is the last world population of the
species. The lush sal and bamboo forests, grassy meadows and ravines of Kanha provided
inspiration to Rudyard Kipling for his famous novel “Jungle Book”! Check in at the resort and
relax. Evening would be reserved for a small nature walk wherein our experts shall take you
for a nature trail in the surrounding areas. Overnight at hotel.

Today you can ideally enjoy two wildlife safaris in the Premium zone of the park. One early
morning and one post lunch. Each Safari takes approximately 2 hours 30 minutes to 3 hours.
The Safaris are done in open gypsies and each gypsy has a driver and a naturalist as per the
park regulations. Apart from its fame, the Bengal Tiger, other commonly seen animals in the
park include the spotted deer, sambar, barking deer, the four-horned deer, fox, hyena,
jungle cat, civets, porcupine, honey badger and hares. Gaur can be sighted near the water
holes. Reptiles like pythons, cobras, krait, rat snakes, vipers, keelbacks and grass snakes are
nocturnal animals, and are therefore rarely seen. There are many species of turtles as well
as amphibians found in or near the water bodies along with a number of migratory birds.
Enjoy the safaris, click lots of images and experience the wilderness of Kanha. Later enjoy
dinner on the land of the tigers. Transfer to Pachmarhi (331.5 KMs).
Note: Safaris in Kanha (On your own

Arrive at Pachmarhi, check in to hotel. After freshening-up, leave for a nature walk,
exploring the prime attractions on your own. As the day is at leisure, you can indulge in the
activities of your interest. Hold hand in hand; explore the place, whispering sweet nothings
in each other’s ears. Stay overnight.

After breakfast, You visit the most popular attractions of Pachmarhi such as Priyadarshini
(Forsyth Point) – around 5 km from the town this popular view point offers stunning views of
the surroundings along with memorable sunset views; Bee Fall- a 35 m high popular
waterfall, it is ideal for nature-lovers; Handi Khoh- a huge ravine with thick woodland and a
cliff of 300 feet which is known to have connection with Lord Shiva and Fairy pool- also
known as Apsara Vihar- it is a small waterfall (30 feet high) and a naturally formed pool. In
the evening, explore the local market of the place. Here you can get your hands on some
wonderful tribal craft items, made by the local Gond and Bastar tribes. Do not forget to try
local cuisine dishes and savor their lip-smacking flavor. Overnight in Pachmarhi.

After Breakfast, tons of places to explore when you are here. To take back the best
experience, walk down this green destination in the morning and enjoy the scenic beauty.
Later, continue with sightseeing at Chhota Mahadeo- a small trek takes you to this old
temple that is dedicated to Lord Shiva, Jata Shankar- a natural cave in deep ravine with
lingam-shaped stalagmites, Chauragarh – Pachmarhi’s second highest peak with a Lord Shiva
temple and Chauragarh fort and Dhoopgarh- highest point in Satpura ranges known as
famous sunrise and sunset view point. Capture and take back with you the eternal romance
of the place. Overnight stay.

The tour ends here today. Meet our representative who helps you with transfer to the
railway station. Board and head for the onward journey.


About the Place:
Madhya Pradesh is a state in the heart of India. This land is a destination to rich history, amazing sights, inspiring art and shrines. It is also named as India’s Tiger state, with more that 500 tigers. Visit this place if you are adventurous and want to be in the heart of nature, heritage, wildlife and spirituality.

How to Reach:
Madhya Pradesh is accessible by air, rail and road.

By Air: The 2 major airports are Raja Bhoj International Airport (Bhopal) and Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport (Indore).

By Rail: This state is well connected with the rest of the India through 20 major railway junctions.

By Road: One can reach Madhya Pradesh via state and national highways. The highways are well maintained and are connected to almost every historical sites.


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