Day 1: Indore
Upon your arrival in Indore, our tour representative transfers you to the hotel pre - decided for your stay. On reaching hotel, you ll be greeted with a welcome drink. Post lunch, visit Ujjain and have Darshan and Pooja at Bhairon Baba and Mahakaleshwar. Enjoy a tea break in Ujjain. By evening, return back to Indore for dinner and overnight stay. Places to Visit. Mahakaleshwar Temple: - The Mahakaleshwar Temple at Ujjain is an important pilgrimage place for Hindus and considered as one of the 12 Jyotirlingas of Lord Shiva. It is also regarded as one of the top 10 Tantra temples of India.
Kaal Bhairav Temple: - The Kaal Bhairav Temple in Ujjain is believed to have been built by King Bhadrasen, on the banks of the river Shipra. All the offerings to Lord Kaal Bhairav is done on the day of Kaal Bhairav Ashthami.
Day 2: Omkareshwar
Next morning, after a delectable breakfast, leave by road for Omkareshwar at 10 am. By 12 noon, arrive at Omkareshwar followed by check - in to the hotel for lunch. At 2 PM, enjoy bath in Narmada River followed by boat ride to Triveni Sangam and Darshan and Pooja at Omkareshwar Temple. Enjoy tea at the hotel followed by dinner and overnight stay.
Places to Visit. Omkareshwar Temple: - One of the 12 revered Jyotirlinga shrines of Lord Shiva, Omkareshwar Temple is formed on the banks of the sacred river Yamuna and is now home to one of the worlds biggest dam project. Triveni Sangam: - Located at the confluence of three rivers - Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati - Triveni Sangam, a place where thousands and thousands of devotees congregate to pay their respects to the river goddesses.
Day 3: Khargone - Shahada
Start your day with the regular morning breakfast and later depart for Khargone at 8 AM. Arrive in Khargone by 12 PM and proceed towards Shahada at 1.30 PM. Arrive in Shahada by 5.30 PM and check - in at the hotel for tea break. Dinner and overnight stay at Shahada.
Places to Visit. Khargone: - Khargone is situated at the bank of Kunda River and is famous for the cotton and chili pepper production. It is also known as Navgraha Mandir, a temple is devoted to the Nava Grahas. Shahada: - Situated in the northwest corner of Maharashtra in India, Shahada is quite famous for its education facilities, Dakshin Kashi, a religious village, and Prakasha Village, an important excavation site.
Day 4: Ankleshwar - Meethitalai
Following an early morning breakfast, leave by road for Ankleshwar. By 1 PM, you will arrive in Ankleshwar for check - in at the hotel. Later, enjoy lunch followed by a tea break at 4 PM. In the evening, visit the local temple. Enjoy dinner at 8 PM and take rest for sometime till midnight. Later, take a road trip to Vamleshwar Katpur via Hansot. Here, after a short walk, enjoy a boat ride to Mithitalai. Ankleshwar: - Located in the Baruch district of Gujarat, Ankleshwar is known for its industrial township called GIDC (Gujarat Industrial Development Corporation). There is a famous Madrasa - Darul - Uloom Madni Darut Tarbiyat - a famous Islamic school of learning. Vamleshwar Katpur: - Situated at the confluence of Holy River Narmada and Arabian Sea, Vamleshwar Katpur is considered as one of the must visit places during Narmada Parikrama tour.
Day 5: Mithitalai - Baroda
In the morning, arrive at Mithitalai and later freshen up and go for a tea break. Later, proceed towards Baruch where you ll enjoy breakfast and continue your journey to Baroda en - route to visit Nareshwar. By noon, you ll arrive in Baroda followed by hotel check - in. Thereafter, have lunch and rest for the afternoon. The evening is free to explore the sights of Baroda. Stay overnight in Baroda. Mithitalai: - It is the point where Narmada River merges into the Arabian Sea, the taste of water is sweet. From here onwards Parikramavasis proceed towards another bank side of the Sea through boats to complete their round of Narmada Parikrama. Barman Ghat: - Situated 16 kilometers away from Kareli town, Barman has two main Ghats - Brahman Ghat and Ret Ghat. The junction of the Nerbudda and Warahi rivers at Barman is a sacred place and plays host to a large fair.
Shankaracharya Temple: - The Shankracharya Temple, also known as JhoteshwarTemple, is a place where Jagatguru Shankracharya joytesh and Dwarkadish pithadheshwar Saraswati Maharaj meditates and worship. On the Basant Panchami occasion here 7 days Mela organized.
Day 6: Jhabua - Mandu
Post an early morning breakfast; proceed on a road trip towards Jhabua. By noon, arrive at Jhabua and proceed towards Mandu. By afternoon, arrive in Jhabua and check into the hotel followed by tea break. In the evening, embark on a local sightseeing tour of Mandu. Overnight stay and dinner at the hotel in Mandu. Jhabua: Jhabua was the capital of a princely state of the British Raj s Central India. Also known as White Gold, Jhabua has a rich variety of black cotton soil. The district has some beautiful tourist destinations such as Deojhiri, Kathiwada and Bhabhara. Mandu: Mandu stands as a testimony to the love story between poet prince Baaz Bahadur and his beautiful wife Rani Roopmati . Some popular attractions of Mandu include Jahaz Mahal, Hindola Mahal, Baaz Bahadur s Palace, Roopmati s Pavilion and Jami Masjid.
Day 7: Mandu - Bhopal
Following an early morning breakfast, embark on a local sightseeing tour of Mandu and later, depart for Indore. By afternoon, arrive in Bhopal followed by a lunch break. Post lunch; continue your journey towards Bhopal. Arrive in Bhopal by 5.30 PM followed by check in at the hotel. Overnight stay and dinner in Bhopal. Bhopal: Also known as the City of Lakes , Bhopal is the second largest city in Madhya Pradesh. The city has earned its place as the most visited tourist spots in Madhya Pradesh such as Laxmi Narayan Temple, Moti Masjid, Shaukat Mahal and Taj - ul - Masjid.
Day 8: Rajmarg - Jabalpur
Post breakfast in the morning; continue your journey towards Rajmarg. By afternoon, arrive in Rajmarg for lunch and visit the Barman Ghat. Later, continue your journey towards Jabalpur. On the way, visit the Shankaracharya Temple. Arrive in Jabalpur by 6 PM followed by check - in at the hotel. Overnight stay and dinner in Jabalpur. Barman Ghat: Situated 16 kilometers away from Kareli town, Barman has two main Ghats - Brahman Ghat and Ret Ghat. The junction of the Nerbudda and Warahi rivers at Barman is a sacred place and plays host to a large fair. Shankaracharya Temple: The Shankracharya Temple, also known as JhoteshwarTemple, is a place where Jagatguru Shankracharya joytesh and Dwarkadish pithadheshwar Saraswati Maharaj meditates and worship. On the Basant Panchami occasion here 7 days Mela organized.
Day 9: Jabalpur
Post breakfast in the morning; visit the Bedaghat Tripu, Sundari Temple, Gwari Ghat and Madanmahal Fort etc. All the meals will be served at the hotel. Stay overnight at Jabalpur. Bedaghat Tripu: - It is a popular place where tourists can enjoy boat ride on the waters of Narmada River through the marble rocks. Sundari Temple: - Located just 12 kilometers away from the city on Bhedaghat Road in Tewar Village, Tripur Sundari Temple features a statue of divine goddess Tripur Sundari Devi who emerged from ground. It was a popular place of worship in the 11th century. Madanmahal Fort:- Built in the 11th century, Madan Mahal Fort was commissioned by 38th Gond ruler, Raja Madan Shah. The fort dominates the skyline and offers a panoramic view of the town.
Day 10: Umaria - Amarkantak
Post breakfast in the morning, start your journey towards Umaria. Upon arrival in Umaria, halt for lunch. Post lunch, proceed towards Amarkantak. By evening, arrive in Amarkantak for check into the hotel followed by tea break. Later, set out of the hotel to visit Kapildhara and other temples. Overnight stay and dinner in Amarkantak.Kapildhara:- Kapildhara waterfall is situated 6 kilometers northwest of Narmadakund with a fall of about 100 feet. There is a scene of natural beauty with mountains and dense forest down hills.
Day 11: Dindori
Post breakfast in the morning; go for Pooja at Mai ki Bagiya. Later, proceed on a sightseeing tour of Narmada Pond and Shankracharya Temple. Later, enjoy lunch before you depart for Dindori. By evening, arrive in Dindori and check into the hotel. Overnight stay and dinner at Dindori. Mai ki Bagiya - Located just 1 kilometer away from Narmadakund, Mai Ki Bagiya was constructed in the honor of the goddess Narmada. There are several fruit trees in this garden such as mango, banana and other fruit trees. Narmada Kund - The main attraction here is Narmada Kund that is dedicated to Mata Narmada. It is one of the 51 shaktipeethas and is painted in white color.
Day 12: Lakhnadon - Piparya
Post breakfast in the morning, leave by road for Lakhnadon. By afternoon, arrive in Lakhnadon and continue your journey towards Piparya. En - route, visit Jyoteshwar Temple followed by tea break at Narsimhpur. By 7 PM, arrive in Piparya followed by check - in to the hotel for dinner and overnight stay. Piparya: - It is a famous city in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh and quite famous as it is the railhead for the military station.
Day 13: Khandwa - Omkareshwar
Post breakfast in the morning; continue your journey towards Khandwa. On the way, enjoy a tea break at Harda. By afternoon, arrive in Khandwa for lunch. Post lunch, proceed towards Omkareshwar. By 4 PM, check into the hotel to freshen up. Following a tea break, go for Omkarji Darshan and Pooja. Overnight stay and dinner at Omkareshwar.
Day 14: Maheshwar - Onward Journey
Post an early morning breakfast, proceed towards Maheshwar. Upon your arrival in Maheshwar, visit the Ghat and 10 temples. Later, go for a tea break and proceed for Indore at 1.30 AM. Upon your arrival in Indore, enjoy lunch and drop at respective places for further journey.