How to Reach Khajuraho
The erotic carvings on temples that swathe the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Khajuraho is recorded in the list of finest temple art in the world. Khajuraho temples located in Madhya Pradesh have inspired people from generations with its intricate carvings and architectural brilliance. A important tourist destination, Khajuraho is well connected by road, rail and air and can be travelled during any time of the year.
How to Reach Khajuraho by Air
Khajuraho has its own domestic airport which withstands the operation of flights to and from cities like Varanasi, Delhi, Mumbai, Bhopal amongst others. Mostly stopover flights are available in this route. The airport is located around 2 km south of Khajuraho. On arriving at the airport, passengers can hire local cabs or taxis to reach to hotel or any other place in Khajuraho.
How to Reach Khajuraho by Road
Khajuraho is connected by regular bus service with neighbouring places like Jhansi, Satna, Chhatarpur, Mahoba, Jabalpur, Bhopal, Indore, Gwalior, Panna, Agra, Allahabad and Varanasi. Both non-AC and AC buses are available in this route.
How to Reach Khajuraho by Rail
Though Khajuraho has a station of its own, but very few trains halt here. However, it is directly connected with Delhi by rail. The major railhead is Mahoba, located around 63 km away from Khajuraho. Important trains from Mumbai, Delhi, Varanasi, Gwalior, Kolkata, Jabalpur and other major Indian cities halt here. Cabs and autos available outside the station drive passengers to anywhere in Khajuraho.