The access to
Khajuraho is by
air, rail and road. Khajuraho has a well-developed infrastructure in
place. The Madhya
Pradesh Information Centre gives prompt assistance to all queries.
It also offers economical packages for tourists.
Khajuraho By Air
Regular Alliance Air (a wholly owned subsidiary of Indian Airlines) flights link Khajuraho with Delhi, Agra and Varanasi. Flying from Delhi to Agra takes 35 minutes and from Agra to Khajuraho, it takes 40 minutes. From Varanasi to Khajuraho, it's a 45 minutes flight. Indian Airlines Office is at Hotel Clarks Bundela, Khajuraho.
Khajuraho By Rail
There is no direct train to Khajuraho. The most convenient station is Jhansi, which is linked to Delhi and other major northern cities. Satna is another convenient railway head.
The nearest railheads are Harpalpur (94 km) and Mahoba (61 km). Jhansi is a convenient railhead for those travelling from Delhi and Chennai, Satna, on the Mumbai-Allahabad line of Central Railway for those coming from Mumbai, Calcutta and Varanasi.
The Superfast Shatabdi Express train from Delhi to Jhansi takes four hours approximately. From Jhansi Railway station, a number of buses and taxis ply to Khajuraho. The journey of 175 kilometres takes approximately four hours. Satna is on the Bombay to Allahabad line of the Central Railways and is a convenient railhead from Delhi, Bombay, Calcutta and Varanasi. From Satna station taxis ply to Khajuraho, 117 kilometres away.
Khajuraho By Road
Khajuraho is connected by regular buses with Satna, Harpalpur, Jhansi and Mahoba. Khajuraho is 391 km from Agra, 117 km from Satna, 176 km from Jhansi, 350 km from Bhopal, 280 km from Gwalior, 480 km from Indore, 210 km from Jabalpur.
¤ Varanasi (399 km)
¤ Gwalior (280 km)