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Delhi to Bhopal Drive To See Taj, Temple & Tiger
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Delhi to Bhopal Drive To See Taj, Temple & Tiger

Delhi to Bhopal Drive To See Taj, Temple & Tiger tour will begin with pick up from Delhi airport. Explore the capital city then head to Agra to see the symbol of love Taj Mahal. Next visit the fort complex and its monuments in Gwalior & fort, palaces, cenotaphs & temples in Orchha. Further drive to Khajuraho and visit breathtaking erotic temples. Continue to visit the great Sanchi Stupas, Bhimbetka rock shelters & historic city Bhopal. At the end enjoy jungle safari in Satpura National Park (Pachmarhi). Tour will end with drop off at Bhopal airport.
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Rakesh Khare wrote a review Jan 16
Bhopal, India496 contributions28 helpful votes
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Visited Pandav Caves on the 1st day itself by our private cab. This spot was situated very near to our Resort. It is a place where the Pandav had stayed during their Agyatavas. Nice place to visit..
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Let's Go Sightseeing wrote a review Sep 2020
Noida, India2,617 contributions295 helpful votes
The Pandav Caves were cut into a low hill. Buddhist monks created the caves anytime from the first century AD to the 10th century AD. The caves were roughly carved, but attractive. We bravely entered a cave only to come out holding our breath due to bat poop. The caves had paintings in them in ancient times. These haven't gotten preserved. While the caves have a Buddisht origin, they have been named after the Pandavas from the Mahābhārata. Draupadi Cave was the most spacious & best ventilated one. From the top of the hill, we could see all of Pachmarhi. A wonderful garden has been developed at the base of the hill. Flora attracted our attention. Madhya Pradesh Tourism organizes Pachmarhi Utsav every year in December.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Bhaskar wrote a review Jan 2020
New Delhi, India16 contributions
A wonderful garden and steep stairs take you to the Caves. Guide said it could be of Buddhist made ...what ever it is ...caves are natural...the panoramic view from the top is wonderful and ever cherished.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Rahul G wrote a review Oct 2019
Pune, India382 contributions299 helpful votes
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No permit required and you can visit this place by your own car / bike. Its inside main city, so you can reach here very quickly. Lots of parking available here. Small size bike can be hired here. No entry fees. Caves are mostly closed down and you can see it from outside only. MP Tourism has maintained very beautiful garden here. You will get few food options here. **********If you like the review, plz do like it*********
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Karthik R wrote a review Sep 2019
Chennai (Madras), India7,699 contributions1,026 helpful votes
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There are five caves in different levels of a hillock and from this is what Pachmarhi gains its name. The caves had pillared verandahs and cave no.3 had some sculpt work while others were plain. The top of the hillock had some brick structure at the top and most of the the hopeless and senseless tourists were walking on it with no respect to the historical place. More fencing would help. We spent around 30 minutes here. The view from the top was worth it!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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