Day-1 Arrive at Bhopal and proceed to Pachmarhi. Arrive at Bhopal and proceed to Pachmarhi (200 kms - 5 hours). Pachmarhi (3500+ ft asl) is the only hill station in state of Madhya Pradesh and renowned for its colonial style heritage hotels and pleasant climate all round the year.
Day-2 Sightseeing in and around Pachmarhi Full day sightseeing to Pandav Caves, Jata Shankar Temple, Christ Church, Bee Fall - Waterfall, Apsara Vihar, Reenchgarh (Caves). Evening visit to Sunset point.
Day-3 Trek to Dutchess falls OR Boating in Lake OR Parasailing. Afternoon visit to Gupt Manadev, Bada Mahadev and Chauradevi (Time Permitting) Morning trek to Dutchess Falls (1 km steep trek down and up). Guests not up for trekking may visit the lake and do a bit of boating. Adventure oriented guests may opt for paragliding (Seasonal). Afternoon visit to Handi Khoh (Deep Valley), Gupt Mahadev, Bada Mahadev and time permitting climb up few hundred steps to Chauragarh Temple.
Day-4 Proceed to Bhopal. Enroute visit Bhojpur Shiva Temple and Bhimbhetka prehistoric caves. Do boating in evening. Proceed to Bhopal (200 kms - 5 hours) enroute visit Bhimbetka caves (Prehistoric Caves and World Heritage site) and Bhojpur Shiva Temple (renowned for its very tall Linga). Evening visit the lake and do some boating.
Day-5 Half day Excursion to Sanchi. Local sightseeing. Half day excursion to Sanchi (46 kms - 1.5 hour). Sanchi and its Stupas are a major destination on the Buddhist circuit and visited by all travellers all round the year. In the afternoon return to Bhopal and explore heritage character of Bhopal and visit Mosques (Taj-ul-Masjid (Mosque), Jama Masjid, Moti Masjid), Laxmi Narayan Temple and Museums (Archeology Museum, Rashtriya Manav Sanghralaya).
Day-6 Departure Depart for onward journey.
Pachmarhi - Pachmarhi is the only hill station in Madhya Pradesh. Set on a Plateau at about 3500 ft above sea level, Pachmarhi is full of charming colonial era architecture buildings and retains an old world charm.
Bhopal - Bhopal is the capital of the of Madhya Pradesh also known as the Lake city as its landscape is dotted with a number of natural lakes. It is visited for its monuments that highlight Islamic architecture and lies in close proximity to Saanchi (46 km), a Buddhist heritage site.