Get an on-time transfer to the Varanasi airport to catch a flight to the holy city of Khajuraho. On arrival, check-in to your hotel.
After breakfast, get transferred to the sightseeing, the site for a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its temples are world-renowned.Once you reach Khajuraho, move to your hotel. Have some rest and later visit the group of temples.These Hindu and Jain temples, erected during the medieval times in the reign of Chandela rulers, glorify erotica through its sculptures.
Have your breakfast and drive to Khajuraho. After you arrive at Khajuraho, pay a visit to the Western Group which has 14 temples including KandariyaMahaHave your breakfast and drive to Khajuraho. After you arrive at Khajuraho, pay a visit to the Western Group which has 14 temples including KandariyaMahadeo, Lakshmana, chaunsath Yogini, Parvati, Varaha, Vishvanath and Nandi, Chitragupta, and Devi Jagdamba.
End the day with a comfortable stay at a hotel in Khajuraho.
Post breakfast, drive towards Orchha. Move to your hotel once you arrive. Later, leave for sightseeing that may include the Chhatri, Havelis, Raja Mahal, Laxmi Narayan Temple etc.
Orchha is a small town on the bank of river Betwa and is famous for temples that are built by its Bundela rulers in the 16th and 17th centuries and still retain much of their pristine perfection.
After breakfast, hit the road to go towards Chanderi to visit its major historic attractions, which may include Chanderi fort, BadalMahal Gate etc.
After breakfast, hit the road to go to Shivpuri
Shivpuri, is an ancient town popular for its religious attractions. Proceed to Shivpuri, on arrival, move to your hotel. Visit the Chattris, a popular attraction.
After breakfast, leave for Gwalior by road. On arrival, move to your hotel and Relax.
After breakfast, leave for sightseeing that might include Gwalior Fort, SaasBahu temple, SurajKund etc.
Gwalior is famous for one of the finest living forts in India. Within the fort walls are interesting temples, museums and palaces. The museum collection includes several royal memorabilia like three-and-a-half ton chandeliers, not to mention a carpet the size of a couple of tennis courts and a silver model train, which once chugged on miniature rails round the royal dinner table laden with decanters and cigars.
You will be staying in Gwalior tonight.
After breakfast, leave by road for Agra, the Mughal city, to get transported to the airport or the railway station for your onward journey.
Tour ends here.