While Khajuraho is world famous for its ancient temples, this place and the surrounding area has much more to offer. Below you will find suggestions on what you can do here.

We wish you a great stay in Khajuraho!




Our Tips

  • Take at least 2 to 3 days to explore Khajuraho and its surroundings.  

  • Don’t miss Khajuraho’s famous Dance Festival (in February)

Welcome to Khajuraho!

Khajuraho lies in the Chattapur district in the state of Madhya Pradesh – the so called heart of India. 

It’s especially known for its ancient temples of which some are dating back to the 9th and 10th centuries.  The temples are famous for their carving and sculpture work and are also known as “Kamasutra Temples” as some of the sculptures depict erotic scenes. 

Besides the temples Khajuraho is also known for its vibrant festival culture, so make sure you check the festival dates before planning your trip!


Which is the best time to visit Khajuraho?

The best season to visit Khajuraho is in the winter (October till March). During this time the average temperature remains close to 20 °C. However, you should be aware that the winter season is also the peak time for tourism. So if you like to travel outside the high season, we recommend the monsoon season, between July and September.  The rain turns Khajuraho and its surroundings into a flourishing green area.  And with an average temperature of around 28°C the weather is relatively pleasant compared to the summer month. In the summer the temperature can rise to 47 °C. 

To get around Khajuraho and its surroundings we offer a taxi service with our privat driver. We also rent out scooters or motorbikes if you want to be more independent.

For restaurant or dining recommendations you can speak with our reception staff.

Things to do here

Here is an overview of possible activities in and around Khajuraho. Feel free to contact us if you have any specific questions. We also organise authentic experiences in Khajuraho. Have a look at them here

  • Temple tour: Western, eastern and southern group of temples (UNESCO World Heritage Site); sound and light show Western group of temples.
  • Old Village tour: experience authentic Indian village life (cooking and food preparation, clothing, farm work, etc.).
  • Nearby forts / historical places: Rajgarh Fort (20 km from Khajuraho), Ajaygarh Fort (80 km from K.), ruins of Mastani Mahal (60 km from K.), Kalinjar Fort (104 km from K.).
  • Art: Pottery, sculpture and carving art, Aadivart State Museum for tribal and folk art of Madhya Pradesh, shop with artifacts and handicrafts from Madhya Pradesh and other areas. 
  • Festivals: famous Khajuraho Dance Festival (last week of February), Khajuraho International Film Festival in December (KIFF).
  • Also check out our organised experiences Art & Handicraft Immersion, Temple & Village Tour (optional with homemade lunch), Dinner at the farm and Indian cooking class.

  • Animal Watching and Jeep-Safari: Panna National Park, Tiger Reserve (57 km from K.), watch tigers, dears, monkeys, birds, crocodiles etc.
  • Waterfalls /Canyon: Raneh Falls Canyon (20 km from K.), Pandav waterfall (inside Panna National Park).
  • Mountains: rent a bike and plan a trip in the mountains surrounding Khajuraho, you will be rewarded with a stunning view…
  • Ranguwan Dam (big water reservoir).
  • Bhimkund (natural water tank and holy place).

  • Yoga and meditation classes in our hotel (on request).
  • Ashrams nearby.
  • Ayurveda Treatment Center (10 minutes by car from our hotel).

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