New Delhi(2) - Agra(2) - Dholpur(1) - Khajuraho(1) - Orchha(1) - Bhopal(3) - Maheshwar(1) - Burhanpur(1) - Aurangabad(2) - Mumbai
Day-1 Arrival at Delhi Arrival at Delhi. As International flights arrive in afternoon / evening, overnight stay near Airport. Delhi is capital of India, a popular arrival point for International travellers and a heritage destination in its own right being home to some Mughal era monuments that are recognised by UNESCO.
Day-2 Explore Delhi UNESCO heritage sites Explore Delhi to visit UNESCO recognised and other heritage sites such as Humayun Tomb, Red Fort, Qutab Minar etc.
Day-3 Travel to Agra and visit Taj Mahal in evening Travel to Agra (210 kms - 4 hrs), renowned for Taj Mahal, one of the 7 original wonders of the world and a renowned heritage destination.
Day-4 Fatehpur Sikri Excursion and other visits in Agra Take excursions to visit twin heritage areas of Fatehpur - Sikri and return to revisit Taj from Mehtab Bagh area or visit other heritage areas of Agra Fort / Jama Masjid. Guests with interest in bird watching may take a bird watching excursion to Bharatpur (62 kms - 1.5 hour).
Day-5 Travel to Dholpur. Chambal Safari in evening. Travel to Dholpur (55 kms - 1 hour), an area situated on the edge of Chambal river and renowned for its ravines and is a prime bird watching site and where one can site alligators. Take an afternoon boat safari in Chambal river.
Day-6 Travel to Khajuraho via Gwalior Travel to Gwalior (50 kms - 1 hour) and after visiting Gwalior Fort drive to Khajuraho (a renowned heritage destination renowned for its temples with carvings with erotic poses) to reach by evening. Visit evening light and sound show.
Day-7 Travel to Orchha Morning walk at Khajuraho to visit Temples and then proceed to Orchha, a riverside town with heritage character and good for a walk in evenings.
Day-8 Take train to Bhopal Travel to Jhansi (15 kms) for a train to Bhopal. Reach by afternoon.
Day-9 Day visit to Sanchi Stupas Day visit to Sanchi (46 kms - 1 hour), a renowned buddhist circuit destination, Return by late afternoon. Visit in evening by the lake.
Day-10 Morning visit to Bhimbhetka Shelters and evening visit to lake and old city Day visit to Bhimbhetka Rock Shelters and Bhojpur Shiva Temple (100 kms round trip). Bhimbhetka is a UNESCO renowned prehistoric caves and Bhojpur Shiva Temple has one of the tallest Lord Shiva lingams. Evening visit to old city area of Bhopal.
Day-11 Travel to Maheshwar Travel to Maheshwar (290 kms - 5.5 hours). Maheshwar is a renowned riverside town with many temples. Its also renowned craft centre.
Day-12 Travel to Burhanpur Travel to Burhanpur (180 kms - 4 hours). Burhanpur is renowned for a fort and totally offbeat character. Its a good stopover on the Maheshwar - Aurangabad route.
Day-13 Travel to Aurangabad via Ajanta Caves Travel to Aurangabad, a renowned heritage destination for being a base point to visit Ajanta and Ellora Caves. Enroute guests can visit Ajanta Caves, a UNESCO heritage site.
Day-14 Visit Ellora Caves and local visits Visit Ellora caves (40 kms - 1 hour) and other heritage monuments around Aurangabad such as Bibi Ka Maqbara (Taj Replica), Panchakki (Watermill) and Daulatabad Fort.
Day-15 Take a flight back to Delhi for onward journey Take a flight from Aurangabad to Delhi / Mumbai for taking an International flight back.
Mumbai - Mumbai is financial capital of India and a major International airport, second only to Delhi in terms of flight connectivity. Mumbai is a major business hub for trade in Asia and a transit point for others destinations in India such as Goa, Kerala, Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh.
New Delhi - Delhi is the capital city of India and a major International arrival point and a major tourist destination. Red Fort, Qutab Minar, Lotus Temple, Jama Masjid, India Gate, Birla Temple, Mughal Gardens, Lodi Gardens, Rail Museum, Doll Museum, Zoological Park etc remain major tourist attractions of Delhi.
Agra - Agra is home to Taj Mahal, a mughal era monument that is considered one of the Seven Wonders of the World. Agra forms a part of the Golden Triangle circuit Delhi-Jaipur-Agra which is the most visited tourist circuit in India.
Dholpur - Dholpur is a renowned heritage getaway by the Chambal River, 56 kms South of Agra, renowned for its bird watching safaris in Chambal River and heritage monuments.
Khajuraho - The Khajuraho group of monuments has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is considered to be one of the "seven wonders" of India
Orchha - Orchha lies on the Betwa River, 15 km. from Jhansi in Uttar Pradesh.Orchha is one of the most charming heritage villages in India.
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.
Maheshwar - Maheshwar is a riverside pilgrim centre and has been a center of handloom weaving since the 5th century renowned for its colorful maheshwari saris.
Burhanpur - The City Burhanpur is renowned for its Muslim monuments,Gurudwara of Sikh Religion, Dargah-e-Hakimi of Dawoodi Bohra sect.
Aurangabad - Aurangabad is situated at about 400 km from Mumbai and 350 km Pune. Its a major industrial town and a renowned heritage center in the Buddhist circuit