Madhya Pardesh situated in the heart of the country. The state has no coastline and no international frontier. It is bounded by the states of Utter Pradesh to the northeast, Chhattisgarh to the southeast, Maharashtra to the south, Gujrat to the southwest, and Rajasthan to the northwest. The capital is Bhopal in the west-central part of the state.
Madhya Pradesh lies over a transitional area between the Indo Gangetic
in the north and the Deccan plateau in the south. Its physiography is characterized by low hills, extensive plateaus, and river valleys.
The climate in Madhya Pradesh is governed by a monsoon weather pattern. The distinct seasons are summer (March through May), winter (November through February), and the intervening rainy months of the southwest monsoon (June through September). The summer is hot, dry, and windy; in Bhopal, low temperatures average in the upper 70s F (about 25 °C), while high temperatures typically reach the low 100s F (about 40 °C). Winters are usually pleasant and dry, with daily temperatures normally rising from about 50° (about 10 °C) into the upper 70s F (about 25 °C). Temperatures during the monsoon season usually range from the low 70s F (low 20s C) to the upper 80s F (low 30s
Arrival Jhansi by train pickup from station and depart for Khajuraho, which is home to a group of Hindu and Jain temples in Chhatarpur district, Madhya Pradesh, India, about 175 kilometres southeast of Jhansi. They are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The temples are famous for their nagara-style architectural symbolism and erotic sculptures.
After breakfast dep. for Bhedaghat, a town in Jabalpur district. It is situated on the banks of river Narmada and is approximately 20 km from Jabalpur city. Bhedaghat is famous for the high marble rocks. These white rocks with Black and dark green volcanic seams look splendid and create a magical effect on moonlit nights. The Narmada River flows gently through these lofty marble rocks. A little distance away, the water becomes roiled as it plunges I n a mighty waterfall famous as Dhuandhar.
After breakfast dep. for Pachmarhi, visit jatashankar, pandav caves. These are mountain caves with fresh water dripping from them. One can witness ecosystem at work out here with mountains feeding the streams with fresh water, the water that they soak-in during autumn. These caves and many others like these are the abode of lord Siva.
Full day sightseeing, bee fall, apsara vihar, dhoopgarh. Dhoopgarh is the highest point of satpura ranges at 1352 m. It is known for sunrise and sunset view point. At night one can see the lights of the neighboring towns such as Itarsi. At the day time the view of thelush green valley offers a captivating view.
After breakfast departure For Bhopal enroute visit Bhimbetka. The site has the oldest-known rock art in India, as well as is one of the largest prehistoric complexes. Bhimbetka rock art is considered oldest petroglyphs in the world.
After breakfast depart for Hanuwantia. Hanuwantia Island. This island is developedand managed by Madhya Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation. The island was named after its name in a local village which is located in Khandwa district.
After Breakfast check out and leave for Indore City to board the train to Delhi or other Destination sightseeing enrouteto .