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4 Things You Should Know Before Travelling to Khajuraho

by Shruti Sharma Content Curator

A quiet princess, Khajuraho is one of the most beautiful destinations in the world. Held as a UNESCO world heritage site, Khajuraho has some of the oldest temples, paintings and art relics that one can find in India. You can find some great hotels in Khajuraho Madhya Pradesh, without having to search too hard. The LaLiT is a great option for travellers, as it’s located near the airport and has over 47 rooms and suites for guests.

You have a wide range of images, feelings and conceptions when you visit here, and the experience is a pleasant one for those who are deeply interesting in India’s history. What really takes you aback is how green the entire area is. The city is transformed into a quiet, melodic song while people rush to visit the heritage spots inside this lush region.  

1. Visit the temples with an open mind

A lot of people will advise against bringing kids with you to Khajuraho, because of the preconceived notions. The truth couldn’t be further away from these rumours. The temples are beautiful and a sight to see if you’re travelled so far. Although bringing young impressionable children here isn’t advised, parents can come here anytime of the year.

2. Don’t miss out India’s Grand Canyon

Raneh Falls in Khajuraho is frequently called “India’s Grand Canyon” and hasn’t lost its beauty or charm over many years of changes. The waterfalls on Ken River are a life-changing experience and is welcoming of those who are admirers of nature. Its sheer size is breath-taking, with the deepest points reaching more than 100 ft.

3. Carry food, water and the essentials

Many of the sights in Khajuraho require a lot of walking, stopping and climbing. There is a tendency to forget the essentials, but carrying water, food and sunscreen is essential. Those who are also prone to low blood sugar, should carry some chocolates or dates. The energy received from these essentials will help you carry on and experience activities like the Jungle Safari at Panna National Park. Remember to stay hydrated and carry the essentials in a backpack or in your jacket.

4. Negotiation

Every local experience here runs on negotiation. Although you can get a great deal on hotels In Khajuraho with tariff discounts, you should really splurge on luxury when you’re here. Negotiating with locals and shop owners is a great way to get some goodies at a better price than back home.


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