IndiGo offers a one-stop daily flight between Delhi and Khajuraho via Varanasi, providing travellers with enhanced travel options
IndiGo has embarked on a new journey into the heart of history and culture with the inauguration of daily flights to Khajuraho, Madhya Pradesh. Commencing operations on October 10, 2023, the airline’s new routes expand its extensive 6E network to the 80th domestic and 112th overall destination.
Additionally, IndiGo offers a one-stop daily flight between Delhi and Khajuraho via Varanasi, providing travellers with enhanced travel options and exciting opportunities to explore the beautiful temple towns of Khajuraho and Varanasi. Vinay Malhotra, Head of Global Sales at IndiGo, expressed his enthusiasm about the new routes, stating, “These new routes further enhance accessibility and interstate connectivity. These new routes will also contribute to bolstering economic growth and tourism in the states.”
Khajuraho, formerly known as Kharjuravahaka, holds deep roots in Madhya Pradesh’s history. Constructed during mediaeval times by the Chandela Dynasty, the grandeur of its statues and temples makes Khajuraho one of Madhya Pradesh’s most popular tourist destinations. The mediaeval Hindu and Jain temples, celebrated for their intricate and, at times, provocative sculptures, form the country’s largest group of such temples. They are divided into three groups: Eastern, Western, and Southern. Apart from its temples, Khajuraho offers a wealth of attractions, including the Panna National Park, Raneh Waterfall, Kalinjar Fort, Dhubela Museum, the Archaeological Museum of Khajuraho, and more.