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Gwalior fort:
An iconic fortress built in eighth century illustrating the medieval architecture. Gwalior Fort takes you on a riveting journey into the city’s glorious past.

Saas Bahu Temple:
Pair of two adjoining temples, the Saas-Bahu Temples is sure to mesmerize you with their intricate motifs and beautifully sculpted patterns with carved Lotus on the roofs and throughout its entity.

Jai Vilas Palace Museum:
Built in 19th century and housing a brilliant collection of artefacts this palace turned museum is your perfect escapade into the lives of royalty.

Gopachal Parvat:
On your way to Gwalior Fort you will find these immaculately carved statues of Jain Tirthankaras into the side of the hill. The size and utter perfection of them will leave you awestruck.

Khajuraho Group of Monuments:
Listed in UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites Khajuraho group of monuments hold together a group of iconic temples with beautiful figurines and intricate sculptures that celebrate the very existence of Art, Architecture, Music and Sexuality like no other.

Chhatris Cenotaphs, Orchha:
Looking at the divine reflections of the cenotaphs on the still waters of river Betwa, you will find yourself mesmerised by these awe-inspiring memorials of former Bundela Rulers.

Orchha fort:
Grandeur set in stone; Orchha Fort encircled by delicate cenotaphs and intricate Trellis work is perched on a small island on river Betwa. Comprising of three fortresses Orchha Fort speaks of its royal legacy. 

Jahangir Mahal, Orchha:
Erected by Raja Bir Singh Deo in 17th century, the fort is a commemoration to the visit paid by Emperor Jahangir to Orchha. The captivating architecture and tranquillity of it all proves a perfect getaway into Orchha’s past.

Chhatris, Shivpuri:
Set in a picturesque garden the Chhatris or Cenotaphs of Shivpuri are marbled structures erected in memory of rulers of the Scindhia dynasty. A unique blend of Mughal and Rajput Architecture these beauties are not to be missed.

Ater Fort, Bhind:
Into the depths of Chambal Valley stands tall the Ater Fort in Bhind district of Madhya Pradesh. The high walled and well bastioned structure consists of lofty towers and massive palaces built around huge courtyards with projected balconies and spaced terraces.

Madhav National Park:
Embedded on top of the Vindhya Ranges is this lush ecosystem of forests known as Madhav National Park. The place is celebrated for its rich flora and fauna; along with being a natural oasis amidst human civilisation and habitation.

National Chambal Sanctuary, Morena:
Harbouring an array of aquatic lifestyle the National Chambal Sanctuary was formed to preserve Chambal rivers magnificent ecosystem. Set on one of the cleanest rivers of India this sanctuary is a major hub for aquatic life lovers and bird watchers from around the globe.

Koshak Mahal, Chanderi:
An imposing yet simple structure Koshak Mahal situated in the town of Chanderi is a two storied chronicle representative of the grandeur and architectural brilliance of its era.

Ram ghat, Chitrakoot:
Popular for its serene and sacred ambience Ram Ghat in Chitrakoot is located on an embankment of River Mandakini. Legend has it that Lord Ram and his wife frequented the place during their period of exile therefore adding to the divinity along with the mesmerising sights of rippling waters of Mandakini.

Panna National Park:
Widespread for its Diamond Industry Panna also hosts one of the most famed Tiger Reserves of the country, Panna National park. The park is known for its variety of Wild Cats, Deer and Antelopes and its best time being from January to May.

Tomb of Ghaus Mohammed, Gwalior:
Erected in the memory of Afghan Prince and a Sufi Saint Ghaus Mohammed, the tomb is a remarkable illustration of the brilliance of Mughal Architecture. Laced with intricate carvings, Lattice work and Pierced Stones the edifice never fails to amaze.

Raneh Falls, Khajuraho:
Cascading on the edge Rewa Plateau are Raneh Falls located about 20km from Khajuraho. Surrounded by unabated natural splendour the 30 metre deep canyon offers a breathtaking view to its visitors.

Sun Temple, Gwalior:
Witness the replica of the famous Sun Temple of Konark dedicated to the Sun God the temple exhibits intricate detailing and skilled craftsmanship.

Dargah Khwaja Kanoon Sahib, Gwalior:
An age old shrine of a holy saint Khwaja Kanoon Sahib the Dargah is a revered shrine for the believers of Islam.

Chaturbhuj Mandir, Gwalior:
Built in 876 A.D. the temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva with its massive structure and enthralling artwork the temple is sure to inspire the artist in you.