It may be tempting at the Sarai at Toria just to laze around enjoying the peaceful surroundings but, within easy driving distance, you can also explore many exciting destinations, some of which have yet to find their way onto the tourist map.
This is Bundelkhand, an area rich in cultural and natural history; we look forward to introducing it to you through individually organised excursions with our well-informed guides.
At 'home' we offer boat rides and fishing on the pristine Ken river, walks through the crop fields of the surrounding countryside and birding on site or at nearby forest and wetland areas. Lunch in the cool shade of a spreading neem tree or dine by candlelight under the stars.

A sample of tour destinations include:

Khajuraho this world heritage site of 1000-year-old temples is well known for its magnificent sculptures.

Panna Tiger Reserve the reserve encompasses a unique landscape of gorges and plateaus that provide important habitat for an abundance of central Indian dry forest species.

Waterfalls some of these are historic and seasonally very dramatic.

Maheba/Dhubela see the majestic Chhatris of the Bundela Maharaja, Chhatrasal (16491731) and his queens and explore the remaining ruins of his capital city. The Dhubela museum, situated in an old fort, contains sculptures and artefacts revealing more of the "historical enigma" of the Bundela kings.

Ajaygarh Fort a rarely visited wonderful hilltop fort that has equally rich and even older temples and carvings than Khajuraho. These ruins are situated in dry forest, in a setting similar to how Khajuraho may have been when it was rediscovered.

Panna a town with an interesting mix of architecture - ancient, Mughal, Bundela and even Palladian styles. There are several fascinating places to explore, ranging from modern temples to ancient cenotaphs.