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10-DAY HEART OF INDIA

OVERVIEW

This ten-day tour revolves around the central part of India – Madhya
Pradesh, also known as Heart of India. Though this region is famous for its
vivid culture, historical places, religious and spiritual sites, hill stations and
rich wildlife experiences, this holiday to India will be focused around the
sacred Narmada River and Ahilya Fort.

Besides this, you will be taken to the architecturally and historically rich
cities of Mandu and Bhopal to explore mosques, local markets and the
UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Palaeolithic paintings. You will also pass
through Ujjain, one of Hindu’s seven sacred cities and also one of the four
cities that hosts the Kumbh Mela, the world’s largest religious and cultural
human gathering every 12 years.

The adventure will start and end with India’s financial capital, Mumbai,
which itself is rich in historical monuments, open-air laundry and UNESCO
World Heritage Sites.

Day 1: Welcome to Mumbai!
Day 2: Mumbai City Tour
Day 3: Fly to Indore & Travel to Maheshwar
Day 4: The Ancient Fort City of Mandu
Day 5: Free Day at Ahilya Fort
Day 6: Travel to Indore via Omkareshwar
Day 7: Indore to Bhopal via Ujjain
Day 8: Bhopal City Tour & Bhimbetka Rock Shelters
Day 9: Ancient City of Sanchi & Udayagiri Caves
Day 10: Departure Day

INCLUDED

– 9 nights accommodation
– 12 activities
– 9 breakfasts, 1 lunch and 2 dinners
– Airport transfer
– Domestic flights
– Entrance fees
– Ground transportation
– Licensed English speaking guides

EXCLUDED

– Travel insurance
– International flights
– Entry visas / airport departure tax
– Alcohol beverages
– Gratuities
– Personal expenses
– Laundry
– Trekking permits

DURATION
10 days, 9 nights

DESTINATIONS
India: Maharashtra, Mumbai,
Madhya Pradesh, Bhopal,
Indore, Maheshwar, Mandav,
Omkareshwar, Ujjain, Amchha
Khurd, Sanchi

TRAVELLERS
2 travellers

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DAY 1: WELCOME TO MUMBAI!

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Today, you’ll arrive in Mumbai (formally known as Bombay), India’s financial powerhouse, fashion epicentre and city of Bollywood. You’ll be met at the airport and transferred to your hotel in the city. The rest of the day will then be free for you to spend as you wish; you may want to relax after your long journey or head out into the city on your own to explore.

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Private Driver
13:00 to 14:00

From: Chhatrapati Shivaji International AirportTo: MumbaiArrive Mumbai (formally known as Bombay), India’s financial powerhouse, fashion epicentre and city of Bollywood and be transferred to your hotel.

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Mumbai
15:00 to 18:00
3 hours

Formerly known as Bombay, Mumbai is an incomprehensibly big city. For many, Mumbai is known as a city of contrasts where extreme wealth sits alongside sprawling slums – think the world’s most expensive home and one of Asia’s biggest slums in the same city.

As India’s richest city, Mumbai has grown into an energetic, vibrant metropolis known as the centre of India’s financial, film and fashion industries along with strong religious tension. As well as it’s millions of peoples, you’ll also find a healthy dose of exotic birds in Mumbai due to its centre being home to the largest tropical forest in any urban zone in the world.

In the heart of the city, you’ll find some of the grandest colonial-era architecture in the world, as well as an impressive Art Deco heritage and streets packed with unique bazaars, temples and world-class restaurants.

Mumbai is a city where you need to step out to explore and see what you stumble across. You’ll learn that this is a big city with so much to offer!

Address: Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

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Trident Hotel Nariman Point Mumbai
Room type: Superior Room
18:00 check-in
08:00 check-out (Day 3)1

Nestled in the heart of vibrant and bustling Mumbai lies Trident Nariman Point Hotel. Soaring 35 storeys tall, it offers panoramic views of the Marine Drive or the Queen’s necklace, as the beautiful promenade is lovingly called. An iconic Mumbai landmark featuring one of the finest accommodations in the city, this is the address to be seen at.

The 555 rooms and suites at Trident Nariman Point, offer stunning views of the ocean and the famous city skyline. Spacious and well-appointed with all modern amenities, the rooms are well complemented by attentive yet unobtrusive service.

Head to one of the hotel’s award-winning restaurants, Frangipani or India Jones, which offer cuisine ranging from Indian to Italian and Asian. Relax and rejuvenate in the calm environs of the Trident spa or recharge with an energizing workout at the fitness centre.

In a city that never sleeps, there is always much to discover and Trident, Nariman Point is perfectly located to do so. Art galleries, museums, fashion boutiques, clubs and dining hotspots, all lie within a short distance of the hotel. The concierge is at hand round the clock and will be happy to help plan a day around the city.

Address: Trident Hotel, Nariman Point Mumbai, Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Road, Nariman Point, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

DAY 2: MUMBAI CITY TOUR

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With your guide, you’ll begin your day by visiting Mumbai’smost famous monument, Gateway of India. You’ll then visitthe Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus trainstation – a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Crawford Marketwhich is more than a century old. Afterwards, you’ll visit theopen-air laundry “Dhobi Ghat”, Mahatma Gandhi’s residencein Mumbai “Mani Bhavan”, Haji Ali Dargah, Malabar Hill andtake a drive around Marine Drive also known as “QueensNecklace”.

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Mumbai City Tour
09:00 to 15:00
6 hours

Begin your day by visiting Mumbai’s most famous monument, Gateway of India. Next to it is located the iconic The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel, the hotel’s original building was commissioned by Jamshedji Tata and first opened its doors to guests on 16December 1903.

You’ll continue your tour to Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus train station, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You’ll then proceed to Crawford Market which is more than a century old, here you will get to see and could buy Indian spices.

You’ll then continue to the open-air laundry “Dhobi Ghat”,before moving on to see Mahatma Gandhi’s residence in Mumbai “Mani Bhavan”. On the way, you will see the Haji AliDargah, it is a mosque located on an islet off the coast of Mumbai. Later, you’ll proceed to Malabar Hill which is the best point in the city to marvel at the skyline of Mumbai. You will also be taking a drive around Marine Drive also known as “Queens Necklace”.

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Address: Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

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Gateway Of India Mumbai
09:30 to 10:30
1 hour

Giving the Taj Mahal a run for its money with its popularity, the Gateway Of India is an arch monument built during the20th century when Mumbai was then Bombay.

Facing out to the Mumbai Harbour from the tip of Apollo Bunder, the bold basalt arch was erected to commemorate the landing of King George V and Queen Mary on their visit to India in 1911. The arch stands at 26 metres tall and was completed in 1924; for years, it was used as a symbolic ceremonial entrance to India for Viceroys and the new Governors of Bombay.

Today, overlooking the Arabian Sea, the Gateway of India is a key tourist attraction in Mumbai as well as a popular spot for locals to gather and people watch. Of course, with the buzz of people, you’ll also find a collection of food and souvenir vendors as well as boats departing for Elephanta Island in the distance.

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Address: Apollo Bandar, Colaba, Mumbai, Maharashtra400001, India

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Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus
11:00 to 12:00
1 hour

Formerly known as Victoria Terminus, this is one of Mumbai’s most emblematic buildings. Built over 10 years during the late19th century, Chhatrapati Shivaji was the first passenger train service in India. Currently, over three million of Mumbai’s inhabitants pass through its doors every day and the terminus is the beating heart of the city.

The building is one of the best examples of colonial architecture in the country, as its construction represents a mixture of Eastern and Western styles. Indian craftsmen worked closely with British architects to create a unique Mumbai style that incorporated elements from traditional Indian architecture and Victorian Gothic elements.

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Address: Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus Area, Fort, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400001,India

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Dhobi Ghat
12:30 to 13:30
1 hour

The world’s largest laundromat is found here, in Mumbai. The famous Dhobi Ghat is over 140 years old, and every day a whopping estimated 500 thousand items of clothing are sent there from nearby homes, hotels and hospital.

One of the city’s most striking sites, the ghat features seemingly endless lines of concrete washing pens, each containing a flogging stone to wash the clothes. After they have been washed, the clothes are hung up to dry above the washing area.

This labour-intensive process is carried out by the washer men, or “dhobis”, who have a system in place to effectively sort, wash, dry and iron each item of clothing. The system’s extreme efficiency is what makes the ghat so immensely popular.

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Address: 1, Anandilal P Marg, Dhobi Ghat, Shanti Nagar, LowerParel, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400011, India

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Mani Bhavan
14:0 to 15:00
1 hour

A two-story mansion turned into a museum, Mani Bhawanhoused Mahatma Gandhi whenever he was in Mumbaibetween 1917 to 1934 and served as one of the mainheadquarters for his activity during this time. Many ofGandhi’s most important movements begun here, such as theSwadeshi, Khadi and Khilafat Movements.

Gandhi was immensely proud of Mumbai’s cosmopolitancitizens, and the city played an important part in India’sstruggle for freedom. The building was dedicated as amemorial to Gandhi in 1955 and his activities conducted hereas he grew into a prominent world figure. Inside the mansion,you’ll find a library and statue of the Mahatma as well as alarge photo gallery with photos taken during his lifetime.

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Address: Plot No.11, SV Rd, Jawahar Nagar, Goregaon West,Mumbai, Maharashtra 400062, India

DAY 3: FLY TO INDORE & TRAVEL TO MAHESHWAR

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This morning, you’ll say goodbye to Mumbai and transfer to the airport for your flight to Indore. On arrival, you’ll travel 2.5hours to Maheshwar, situated on the banks of sacred river Narmada, to your hotel, Ahilya Fort Hotel. Originally built on the banks of the river by Maharani Ahilyabai Holkar who ruled Maheshwar from 1765 to 1796 to act as his personal residences, Ahilya Fort was converted into a hotel in 2000 by Prince Richard Holkar, the son of the last Maharaja of Indore.

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Private Driver
08:00 to 09:00

From: Mumbai
To: Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport

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Private Driver
10:30 to 12:00

From: Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport
To: Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar Airport, Indore

Fly to Indore.

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Private Driver
12:30 to 15:00

From: Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar Airport, Indore
To: Maheshwar

Travel to Maheshwar.

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Ahilya Fort
Room type: Princely Room
15:00 check-in
10:00 check-out (Day 6)1

Ahilya Fort, in the central Indian town of Maheshwar, sits high above the sacred river Narmada. Maharani Ahilyabai Holkar ruled here from 1765 to 1796 and built Ahilya Wada, her personal residences, offices, and darbaar audience hall, within the fort.

In the year 2000, Prince Richard Holkar, her descendant andson of the last Maharaja of Indore, converted his home in Ahilya Wada into a guest residence, today known around the world as the Ahilya Fort Hotel.

The Ahilya Fort Hotel has 19 rooms of character, set in six buildings of the 18th century, with modern amenities and comforts. Guests can stroll through three acres of courtyards, fountains and gardens that link areas within the Wada. It is easy to find a secluded spot to read a book, sip some tea, or just watch the butterflies flutter by.

The hotel is well located to explore the highlights of Maheshwar, including its bustling village markets an driver side complex of temples and cenotaphs.

Address: Ahilya Fort, Maheshwar, Madhya Pradesh, India

DAY 4: THE ANCIENT FORT CITY OF MANDU

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Today, you’ll head off on a day trip to the ruins of the 15th-century fortified city of Mandu. These ruins are some of India’s finest examples of Afghan architecture as well as baobab trees, brought here on ancient trade routes from Africa. This picturesque and romantic Mandu is full of World Heritage-listed palaces, tombs, monuments and mosques. Some of the monuments worth visiting include Jahaz Mahal, Hindola Mahal, Gateways, Mandu Fort, Jami Masjid, Hoshang Shah’s Tom and Roopmati Pavilion.

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Mandu
09:00 to 15:00
6 hour

Home to a richly varied past and fine architectural magnificence, Mandu is an ancient fortified 15th-century city situated in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.

Like a city that was passed in time, inside Mandu’s stone walls punctuated by gateways, you’ll find the impressive Jami Masjid Mosque, Hoshang Shah’s Tomb, a beautiful domed marble mausoleum, an abundance of courtyards and a stunning palace perched between two lakes. The rich architectural heritage is a testament to the part here. Most interestingly, Mandu represents the marrying of two distinct architectural heritages – Afgan and Turkish – which makes it uniquely impressive.

Keep an eye out for the amazing baobab trees, originally from Africa, which are dotted all over the city.

Embark on a day excursion to Mandu with your local guide. You’ll return to Maheshwar in the afternoon.

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Address: Mandu, Mandav, Madhya Pradesh 454010, India

DAY 5: FREE DAY AT AHILYA FORT

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FORT Today, you have the day free to relax at Ahilya Fort or explore Maheshwar. You could start your day with a daily puja by 11Brahmins dating from the time of Queen Ahilya Bai. Later, you could visit a Rehwa Society, an NGO (closed on Tuesdays)which was started by the Holkars to revive the craft of Maheshwar and to give employment to women. You could also take a village walk to the two villages of Naodatodi and Bothu, both accessible by a 20-minute boat ride across the Narmada river.

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Free Day at Ahilya Fort
09:00 to 15:00
6 hours

Today, you have the day free to relax at Ahilya Fort or explore Maheshwar.

You could start your day with a daily puja by 11 Brahmins dating from the time of Queen Ahilya Bai. Later, you could visit a Rehwa Society, an NGO (closed on Tuesdays) which was started by the Holkars to revive the craft of Maheshwar and to give employment to women.

You could also take a village walk to the two villages of Naodatodi and Bothu, both accessible by a 20-minute boat ride across the Narmada river.

Address: Ahilya Fort, Maheshwar, Madhya Pradesh, India

DAY 6: TRAVEL TO INDORE VIA OMKARESHWAR

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You’ll drive to Indore with a stop en route at Omkareshwar, an island shaped like Om in the holy Narmada river. Om is the holiest symbol of Hinduism. Serene Omkaresh war is one of the12 Jyotirlinga shrines in India, a large number of pilgrims visit the shrine every year to take blessings of Lord Shiva. After witnessing this devotion in this sacred town, you’ll continue onto Indore.

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Private Driver
10:00 to 14:00

From: Maheshwar
To: Indore

You’ll drive to Indore with a stop en route at Omkareshwar, an
island shaped like Om in the holy Narmada river.

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Omkareshwar
11:30 to 13:00
1 hour 30 minutes

Omkareshwar is an island shaped like Om in the holy Narmada river. Om is the holiest symbol of Hinduism.

Serene Omkareshwar is one of the 12 Jyotirlinga shrines in India, a large number of pilgrims visit the shrine every year to take blessings of Lord Shiva.

A Jyotirlinga, or Jyotirlingam, is a devotional representation of the Supreme God Shiva. Jyoti means ‘radiance’ and lingam the ‘Image or Sign’ of Shiva; Jyotir Lingam thus means the Radiant Sign of The Almighty Shiva.

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Address: Omkareshwar, Madhya Pradesh, India

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Radisson Blu Hotel Indore
Room type: Superior Room
14:00 check-in
10:00 check-out (Day 7) 1

Conveniently located in the serene neighbourhood of Vijay Nagar, the Radisson Blu Hotel Indore promises an unforgettable stay in Indore with unparalleled service from our attentive staff. Just a short 27-minute drive from Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport (IDR), it makes travel into and out of the city a breeze.

For breakfast, lunch and dinner, guests can enjoy the choice of four unique restaurants located on-site, ideal for a decadent dining experience with colleagues or loved ones. In the evenings, guests can enjoy live music and refreshing cocktails at the Ethyl Bar, located on-site.

Each chic hotel room and suite at the Radisson Blu Hotel Indore offers a soothing colour palette and stylish furnishings for a peaceful stay in Vijay Nagar.

Address: Radisson Blu Hotel Indore, Ring Road, Scheme 94, Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India

DAY 7: INDORE TO BHOPAL VIA UJJAIN

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This morning, you’ll travel to Bhopal with a stop en route at the ancient city of Ujjain beside the Kshipra river. One of Hinduism’s seven sacred cities, Ujjain is also one of the four cities in the world that hosts the Kumbh Mela, the world’s largest religious and cultural human gathering, which happens every 12 years. After exploring Ujjain and its cluster of grand temples, you’ll continue onto Bhopal.

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Private Driver
9:00 to 10:30

From: Indore
To: Ujjain

You’ll drive to Bhopal with a stop en route at the ancient city
of Ujjain beside the Kshipra river.

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Ujjain
10:30 to 12:00
1 hour 30 minutes

One of Hinduism’s seven sacred cities, Ujjain is also one of the four cities in the world that hosts the Kumbh Mela, the world’s largest religious and cultural human gathering, which happens every 12 years.

Perched on the Kshipra River in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, Ujjain has long been an important Hindu pilgrimage destination. The city, also known as Avanti, Avantika and Avantikapuri, is known for being home to one of Lord Shiva’s 12 Jyotirlingas and is also home to the centuriesold Mahakaleshwar Temple. With this religious significance, it’s no wonder it is host to some of the world’s biggest religious gatherings.

For those who are interested in ancient Hindu mythology, then Ujjain and its cluster of grand temples is a must-visit.

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Address: Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, India

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Private Driver
12:00 to 15:30

From: Ujjain

To: Bhopal

After visiting Ujjain, you’ll continue on to Bhopal.

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Jehan Numa Palace Hotel
Room type: Imperial Room
14:00 check-in
10:00 check-out (Day 10) 1

Settled on the slope of the vibrant Shamla Hills is the majestic Jehan Numa Palace Hotel, Bhopal. The palace is an amalgamation of British Colonial, Italian Renaissance and Classical Greek architecture.

Fringed with hues of floral appeals such as Bougainvillea, Champa and more, this abode of fine hospitality lives up to its royal status, so much that it compelled a visitor to claim, ‘It is too intimate to be called a palace, too friendly to be called a ‘hotel’.

The 100 rooms which include 6 suites open into green courtyards or balconies overlooking trees, the swimming pool, the riding track – natural and pleasing views. The charming blend of colonial furniture, local stone, traditional and ethnic furnishings, the indigenous tribal artwork is captivating in its simplicity.

Authentic home-cooked flavours, farm-fresh ingredients and an extravagant range of offerings are what elevate your dining experience at the best restaurants in Bhopal. The four restaurants and two bars provide a rich experience and a range to choose from – both in terms of cuisines and dishes – and are as popular with hotel guests as they are with the residents of Bhopal.

Address: Jehan Numa Palace Hotel, Shyamla Hills Road, Shymala Hills, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India

DAY 8: BHOPAL CITY TOUR & BHIMBETKA ROCK SHELTERS

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This morning, you’ll head out on a city tour of the fascinating city of Bhopal and its old city, which is an atmospheric mix of mosques and markets, narrow alleyways and grand Islamic architecture. The highlights of this city tour will include the Taj-ul-Masjid mosque, Moti Masjid and Shaukat Mahal. In the afternoon, you’ll head to the UNESCO-listed Bhimbetka Rock Shelters to see the Palaeolithic paintings depicting hunting and stylised figures in yellow and red ochre dating back 30,000 years.

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Bhopal City Tour
09:00 to 12:00
3 hours

Head out on a city tour of the fascinating city of Bhopal which prior to independence was ruled by a succession of forward thinking Muslim women.

Bhopal’s old city is an atmospheric mix of mosques and markets, narrow alleyways and grand Islamic architecture. The highlights of this city tour will include the Taj-ul-Masjid mosque, Moti Masjid and Shaukat Mahal.

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Address: Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India

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Private Driver
13:00 to 14:30

From: Bhopal
To: Bhimbetka rock shelters

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Bhimbetka Rock Shelters
14:30 to 16:30
2 hours

Inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2003, the Bhimbetka Rock Shelters date back approximately 30,000 years and consist of a series of Palaeolithic paintings depicting hunting and stylised figures in yellow and red ochre.

These cave paintings, some of which show drinking, burials and dance scenes, are evidence of the earliest traces of human life in this continent.

Situated in the foothills of the Vindhyan Mountains, the flora and fauna which surround these rock shelters add to the magnitude of their significance. The rock shelters sit within huge sandstone outcrops nestled within the dense forest.

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Address: Bhojpur Raisen, Madhya Pradesh 464990, India

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Private Driver
16:30 to 18:00

From: Bhimbetka rock shelters
To: Bhopal

DAY 9: ANCIENT CITY OF SANCHI & UDAYAGIRI CAVES

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In the morning, you’ll drive to Sanchi to visit the UNESCO World Heritage Buddhist stupas and learn of their significance in the introduction of Buddhism to the country. You’ll then continue to Udayagiri, one of India’s most important archaeological sites consisting of 20 rock-cut caves that are protected monuments managed by the Archaeological Survey of India. In the afternoon, you’ll return to Bhopal for some free time.

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Private Driver
08:00 to 09:15

From: Bhopal
To: Sanchi

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Sanchi
09:15 to 11:15
2 hours

Sanchi, one of India’s many UNESCO World Heritage Sites, is home to one of the oldest surviving stone stupas in India. A fine example of ancient Buddhist architecture, the complex of Sanchi is most well known for the Great Stupa, a dome-like monument home to ancient Buddhist relics and a testament to one of India’s most powerful rulers, King Ashoka, which bought with it the rise of Buddhism.

Originally commissioned by Emperor Ashoka in the 3rd Century BCE, the Great Stupa was once a simple brick structure. From the 3rd century BCE yo the 12th century, Sanchi was a major Buddhist centre. Today this grand structure sits 46 kilometres from Bhopal and is one of the best-preserved Buddhist structures along with numerous monasteries, pillars, temples and other stupas in the grounds.

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Address: Sanchi, Madhya Pradesh 464661, India

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Private Driver
11:15 to 11:30

From: Sanchi
To: Udaigiri Caves

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Udayagiri Caves
11:30 to 13:00
1 hour 30 minutes

Meaning ‘the Risen Mountain’ or ‘Mountain of the Sunrise’, the Udayagiri Caves are a series of twenty rock-hewn caves in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, dating back to the 5th century CE.

This historical Hindu ritual site is home to some of the oldest surviving Hindu temples in India. Inside the caves, there are carvings of iconographies of Hindu Gods, mainly Vishnu, Durga and Shiva, attached to various myths and stories.

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Address: 35, Nagar Palika Station Rd, Swarnkar Colony,
Baripura, Vidisha, Madhya Pradesh 464001, India

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Private Driver
13:00 to 14:30

From: Udaigiri Caves
To: Bhopal

DAY 10: DEPARTURE DAY

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Today, you’ll say goodbye to Bhopal as you travel to the airport after breakfast and board your return flight to Mumbai. Once in Mumbai, your holiday to India will come to an end. If you are staying in the city for a few days longer, you can head in and spend the afternoon shopping. Alternatively, you can board a connecting flight home.

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Private Driver
10:00 to 10:30

From: Bhopal
To: Raja Bhoj Airport

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Plane
12:00 to 13:30

From: Raja Bhoj Airport
To: Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport

When you reach Mumbai airport, your trip will come to an end.

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Mumbai
14:00 to 16:00
2 hours

Formerly known as Bombay, Mumbai is an incomprehensibly big city. For many, Mumbai is known as a city of contrasts where extreme wealth sits alongside sprawling slums – think the world’s most expensive home and one of Asia’s biggest slums in the same city.

As India’s richest city, Mumbai has grown into an energetic, vibrant metropolis known as the centre of India’s financial, film and fashion industries along with strong religious tension. As well as it’s millions of peoples, you’ll also find a healthy dose of exotic birds in Mumbai due to its centre being home to the largest tropical forest in any urban zone in the world.

In the heart of the city, you’ll find some of the grandest colonial-era architecture in the world, as well as an impressive Art Deco heritage and streets packed with unique bazaars, temples and world-class restaurants.

Mumbai is a city where you need to step out to explore and see what you stumble across. You’ll learn that this is a big city with so much to offer!

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Address: Mumbai, Maharashtra, India