On arrival at the Airport / Railway Station, you will be transferred to hotel. Upon arrival, check into the hotel, after relaxing proceed to visit full day sightseeing including Taj ul Masajid – The largest Mosque in India, enroute visit Shaukat Mahal, Sadar Manzil and Gohar Mahal. Madhya Pradesh Tribal Museum (Museum closed on Monday), Van vihar national park (an open Zoo) , Bharat Bhavan and Birla Mandir. Evening at leisure for local shopping. Overnight stay in Bhopal.
After breakfast proceed to Sanchi tour.
Buddha's birth is symbolized by a lotus, his enlightenment by a tree, and his attainment of nirvana by a wheel. This is an ancient place of pilgrimage for Buddhists; its uniqueness lies in the fact that the symbol is not a representation of a figure, but of a symbol. Buddha's footprints and throne are evident here, as well as remains of the Buddhist saints Sariputra and Mahamodgilya and captivating Buddhist art.
Later proceed to visit Udaygiri.It consists of a series of rock-cut caves and temples dating back to the Gupta Period (350-550 CE). Return to Bhopal. Overnight stay in Bhopal.
After breakfast proceed to full day trip to Bhimbetka and Bhojpur.
A World Heritage Site lies along the Satpura range of mountains. There are 600 rock shelters housing prehistoric paintings, and the areas surrounding these caves add to their beauty since the surrounding area is green. It is popular with tourists from all over the world because it exhibits the earliest traces of human life on the Indian subcontinent.
It's one of the largest lingas in India crafted from a single rock. Visit attractions such as Bhojeshwar Temple and Jain Shrine - a major attraction as it has two figures of Parsvanath and a colossal statue of Mahavira, which measures 20 feet high. Later return to Bhopal to experience the majestic Lake where Boating can be enjoyed.Overnight stay in Bhopal.
Your memorable tour comes to an end after breakfast as you will be transferred to the airport/railway station to catch your flight/train to your next destination.