Anna’s two week trip across Madhya Pradesh


Varanasi, India

Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India

Varanasi, India

Khajuraho, India

Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh, India

Khajuraho, India

Orchha, India

Orchha State, Madhya Pradesh, India

Orchha, India

Agra, India

Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India

Agra, India

Jaipur, India

Jaipur, Rajasthan, India

Jaipur, India

Delhi, India

New Delhi, Delhi, India

Delhi, India

Madhya Pradesh Tour Description

Anna Phipps of Global Galivanting, got in touch with us for help in planning her trip.   Being a seasoned traveller in India, she wanted to explore a region that she had not been to before.  So we recommended her to visit parts of  Madhya Pradesh and combine it with the cities of Varanasi and Jaipur

Madhya Pradesh is one of the largest states of the country. It is famous for it’s various temples, forts and palaces and is home to the Kanha and Bandavgarh National Parks. Though Anna did not have enough time to visit  the southern part of the state, there are lots of interesting places to visit. From the marble rocks of Jabalpur to trekking heaven in Panchmarhi, the Religious city of Ujjain and the ruins in Mandu.

Anna started her trip in Varanasi on her journey across Central India. She visited places like Khajuraho, Orchha and Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh.  Anna also spent a few days in Jaipur, Agra and Delhi before flying home to Goa.

Khajuraho is a  UNESCO World Heritage Site. It  is is famous for it’s group of Hindu  and Jain temples. Orchha is a village town with interesting temples, palaces and ruins. You can also go on a few biking trails from the Orchha nature reserve. Gwalior is a city which is also known for it’s palaces and temples. The Gwalior fort and the Sas-Bahu ka Temple are absolutely stunning.

With regards to travel,  Anna took a combination of trains and car hires.  She stayed in a mix of home-stays across different budgets. All of the home-stays we recommend are comfortable and clean. A home-stays also helps in having a rich cultural experience.

Rich history, culture and architecture makes Madhya Pradesh a great off-beat destination. Get in touch with us now if you would like our help in planning your trip to this beautiful state.

Ideal for

  • Culture
  • History & Architecture
  • Nature

Best Time

  • Jan
  • Feb
  • Mar
  • Apr
  • May
  • June
  • July
  • Aug
  • Sept
  • Oct
  • Nov
  • Dec

Approximate Price

Backpacker USD 340 | EUR 310 Per Person

Budget USD 415 | EUR 375 Per Person

Comfort USD 775 | EUR 715 Per Person

Luxury USD 2000 | EUR 1850 Per Person

The above are approximate rates and would depend on the number of travelers. In addition a * 4.5% Government Service Tax is applicable on your trip billing.


  • Day 1 - 3

    The spiritual city pf Varanasi is an assault on your senses. It is a city that slowly
    grows on you. Once you've spent enough time in the city, visited the various ghats and seen death up close, Varanasi with its unconventional charm will win you over.

    Aashray Homestay, Varanasi
    Day 4 - 6

    Khajuraho is a UNESCO World Heritage site in Madhya Pradesh, famous for its Hindu and Jain Temples. The temples are known to have depictions of music and creative pursuits and passion and eroticism.

    Friends of Khajuraho, Khajuraho
    Day 7 - 9

    Orchha is the quintessential Indian town. Off – Beat, simple and unassuming. Orchha is must visit if you want to see how the majority of India lives. Check out the many beautiful temples and palaces or go biking across the natural reserve.

    Friends of Orchha
    Day 10 - 12

    Once the seat of the Mughal empire, now a city lost in time. Your trip is incomplete without a glimpse of the Taj Mahal. Spend the rest of your time, walking in the old markets, exploring the Red Fort and visiting the Baby Taj.

    Coral Tree Homestay, Agra
    Day 12 - 13

    Painted pink to welcome the Prince of Wales in 1853, Rajasthan’s capital city is chockfull of forts, palaces and temples. Shopaholics can lap up traditional footwear, textiles, crafts and gems. Partake of several festivals including the Elephant Festival in spring, when pachyderms pout and prance around.

    Japur Friendly Villa, Jaipur
    Day 14 - 15

    Delhi; a city rich in history and culture and infrastructure at the same time. Delhi is not only a fun young metro, but is also well connected.

    Tree of Life, Delhi