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21Kraft is a premier Inbound Luxury Lifestyle and Travel Management Company for the Indian subcontinent. We are committed to provide travel management services for Leisure and business travels.



Unique about this tour:

  • Guest to Support staff ratio of 4:1 at all times
  • All site seeing, monuments and activities
  • All rentals included
  • All Domestic Flights on Commercial Airlines
  • Guide at all days & Guided Tours included
  • Special events and activities
  • All Indian Government Taxes


India’s outstanding diversity of religions, languages and cultures is unique and unmatched. The great historical past and beautiful land filled with greenery, Central India is home to nature beauty and landscapes. Historical and archeological sites can make anyone feel that they are living the history. Unique cultures, land of great beauty, handicrafts and architect with great stories Central India gives you a great combination of nature and manmade. We invite our patrons to peek at our sample Central India itinerary and take it as a starting point for their dream vacation into land of astounding and breath taking.

WHAT’S Inclusions


All accommodation at Five Star Deluxe Propertiesor Equivalent including breakfast on daily basis


All road transfers (Inter City / City) in Luxury Vehicles

All Domestic transfers – Air / Rail

  • All site seeing, monuments and activities as per the itinerary
  • Special events and activities as per the itinerary
  • Guide atall days & Guided Tours
  • 1 Dedicated Traveling concierge / 4 Pax
  • All rentals included as per the itinerary
  • 1 local phone SIM / Person for all domestic calling – including limited 4G data

WHAT’S Exclusions:

  • Expenses of Personal Nature - Laundry, Alcohol, International calling, Shopping, SPA Treatments etc
  • Major & Minor Meals – Lunch, High Tea, Dinner
  • Gratuity
  • Miscellaneous expenses of any nature above inclusions
  • Pre & Post Trip extensions, upon request
  • International Flights & visa fees


When A Cancellation Is Made

  • Within 90 days of date of Departure
  • Clear 90 working days or more prior to the date of departure of the Tour or for non-payment of the balance Tour Cost
  • Clear 180 working days prior to the date of departure of the Tour
  • Clear 270 working days prior to the date of departure of the Tour

Cancellation Charges Per Person

  • 100% Cancellation Charge
  • 75% Cancellation charge

  • 50% Cancellation Charge
  • 25% Cancellation Charge

  • Day 01

    Taj (Delhi – Agra)

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    To start the beautiful journey, we will be gathering in New Delhi and on our very first day after breakfast we will leave for our first destination, Agra. It takes approximately four hours to reach Agra by road.

    By afternoon we will reach Agra and will check-in into 5 star luxury hotelITC Mughal. Agra is a fitting tribute to the great Mughal builders of the past and this luxury hotel is one of the examples of it. In evening after rest, we will move to our first UNESCO World Heritagesite the Taj Mahal. The magnificent white marbled mausoleum has its own story to tell. The tomb is made of white marble and is a show piece of Mughal architecture. It is supposed to represent Shah Jehan’s vision of Mumtaz Mahal’s home in paradise. The architect of the Taj Mahal combines elements of Isllamic, Indian, Persian, Ottoman and Turkish styles of art. The monument is the symbol of undying love of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan for his favorite wife Mumtaz Mahal. In evening we will watch the Taj Mohabat light & sound show and our guide will also be there for telling our guest the history and the importance of the monument. And with this we will end our first day as our guest have travelled from different part of world and rest is the most important thing to have because without the freshness one is not able to enjoy the tour We will have dinner at hotel itself.

  • Day 02

    Taj (Agra – Gwalior)

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    It is believed that the Taj Mahal was constructed in such a way that the white marble reflects the sky. So, the monument changes its colors during the day. Early morning the Taj appears pinkish, milky white at noon, a sparkling golden at sunset and shimmering silver in the moonlight. We want our guest to experience the beauty of Taj Mahal, early morning is the best time to visit Taj and experience the changing color of the monument. After watching sunrise at Taj we will have breakfast and rest at the hotel. Now it’s time for some shopping and city tour. Agra is also famous for its market for leather products, handicrafts and marble. A rikshaw tour will take our guest roaming around the market and shopping. After the leisure time we will have lunch and will go to our next monument, Agra Fort. Agra Fort was built in the year 1573 under the reign of Akbar – one of the greatest Mughal Emperors. It took more than 4000 workers and eight years of hardship to complete the fort. Akbar built this fort to make it the main residence of the Mughals. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage site. Now it’s time to move to our next destination, Gwalior, it is a cultural, industrial, and political center and takes its name from the historic rock fortress that forms the center of the city. It takes around three hours to reach our destination by road. Here we are going to stay in 5 star luxury hotel Taj Usha Kiran. After check-in we will dinner in the hotel and will end our day.

  • Day 03

    The Gibraltar of India (Gwalior – Jhansi)

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    Gwalior city is one of the oldest cities in the world. After breakfast we will start exploring our city. Our first stop will be Gwalior Fort, built in 8th century by Suraj Sen. The fort stands on a solitary rock known as Gopachal. The fort was ruled by many rulers of various dynasties who also built many palaces and temples inside the fort. It is said that the combined forces of Rani Lakshmi Bai and Tatya Tope also fought here against the British. After visiting the fort we will have lunch in the city. Now it’s time to move to our next place Bateshwar Temple. The site is not just about one temple; the Bateshwar temples are a cluster of almost 200 mini grandeurs made of sandstone, devoted to lords Shiva and Vishnu. Interestingly, the jungle nearby is full of beautiful birds like peacocks, parakeets and kingfishers. Our next stop will be Chausath Yogini Temple. This temple is formed by a circular wall with 64 chambers and an open mandapa in the centre, sperated by the courtyard which also in circular shape. And with this we have completed our tour of Gwalior city. Now it’s time to move to our next destination, Jhansi. It takes approximately 2 Hr 30 MIn to reach Jhansi by road.Here we are going to stay in luxury 5 star hotel. The historic city of Jhansi is synonymous with its courageous queen, Rani Lakshmibai, who valiantly fought against the British forces during the First War of Indian Independence in 1857. The lore and stories of the heroic queen, who was just 22 years old then, echo through the Jhansi Fort and the Rani Mahal, which are the most popular attraction. After check-in we will have dinner and will end our day.

  • Day 04

    City of Rani Lakshmi Bai (Jhansi – Khajuraho)

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    Today we are going to explore Jhansi city. After breakfast we will move to our first place which is Jhansi Fort, it was built by King Bir Singh Judeo of Orchha in the 17th Century, on top of a hill as an army stronghold. This fort played a very important role in the revolution of 1857 and has been a witness to the fiery battle led by Rani Laxmi Bai. There are temples of Lord Shiva and Lord Ganesha within the fort. After visiting the Jhansi Fort we will have lunch and will move to our next destination which is Khajurao. It takes approximately 5 Hrs to reach Khajuraho by road and here we are going to stay in luxury five star hotel which is Lalit Temple View. Khajuraho is famous for its erotic temples. This UNESCO World Heritage site is far from being a petty representation of the Kama Sutra. The temples here, in fact, illustrate the idea of life that engaged aesthetic objects to create something inspirational.As per the legends, the temples had, as their gate, two golden date-palm trees. And this is how Khajuraho was derived from the word ‘khajur’, which means date palm. After reaching Khajurao we will give our guest some leisure time so that our guest can enjoy the hotel luxury services. We will have dinner in the hotel and will end our day here.

  • Day 05

    Group of Monuments (Khajuraho)

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    As described earlier the place is famous for its temple and sculptures so today, we are going to take a temple tour of the whole city. After breakfast we will start our tour. It is said that Khajuraho had 85 temples until the 12th century. When during the 13th century, central India was seized by the Delhi Sultanate, some of the temples were destroyed and the rest left in neglect. Now, only 22 temples managed to survive and stood the test of time. Our experienced guide will showcase history, stories and importance of the temples. We will spend our whole day in temple tour. And with this we will end our day and will have dinner in the hotel.

  • Day 06

    Diamond City of Asia / National Park (Khajuraho – Panna)

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    Some of the temples have different vibes and colors in the morning as compared to the rest of the day. The architects of that time have done great job in giving us such a brilliant UNESCO World Heritage Sites. so, after breakfast we will have temple tour and with this, we will complete our destination. Now it’s time to move to our next destination, Panna National Park. It takes approximately2 Hrs30by road to reach our next destination. Panna National Park& Tiger Reserve is also known as a Diamond City of Asia. Mines shining with diamonds within a national park that's home to some of the biggest predators and waterfalls of dizzying heights; Panna has the amazing superpower to, both, calm you and thrill you! The city's royal past dates back to mid of 17th Centuary AD, when it became the capital of Maharaja Chhatrasal’s kingdom. On the other hand, with Ken River passing through Panna hills, the city has a wildlife-friendly present. You can spot the majestic tiger, the ghariyal - a huge reptile found only in the Indian subcontinent, and a variety of flora and fauna in Panna, Madhya Pradesh. Here we are going to stay in luxury PashanGarh- Luxury Taj Safari lodge. After check-in we will have lunch.In evening we will go for Nature walk and our guide will inform you about the surroundings, nature and wild life species and many more and lovely nature walk we will end our day. Dinner will be hosted in the hotel.

  • Day 07

    National Park (Panna)

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    Panna National Park is located in the heart of Madhya Pradesh. It was created in 1981 and was announced as a Project Tiger reserve in 1994, is also known for wild cats, deers, antelopes, vultures, wolves, chinkaras, cheetahs, etc. We will start our day in the laps of nature that is early morning we will go for the morning safari of the national park. After coming back, we will have breakfast. After leisure time and lunch we will be heading towards the Raneh waterfall and Pandav waterfall. Raneh waterfall, hidden away among the forests of Madhya Pradesh near Khajuraho Temple, is one of the most beautiful and mysterious spots in entire India. In spite of its jaw-dropping beautyThe Raneh Falls is easily one of the most valuable hidden gems in the treasury of India. Pandav Falls is a serene waterfall located inside the Panna National Park in Panna district of Madhya Pradesh. The falls cascades down from a height of about 30 meters into a heart shaped pool. And with this we will end our day, dinner will be done in the hotel.

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"Travel Guidelines to Indian Subcontinent - Updated 18 Feb 2022"Learn More

21Kraft is a premier Inbound Luxury Lifestyle and Travel Management Company for the Indian subcontinent. We are committed to provide travel management services for Leisure and business travels.