The Sarai at Toria is located only half an hour’s drive from Khajuraho. It lies on the banks of the River Ken, less than 2 kilometres from the entrance to the Panna Tiger Reserve at Madla. Khajuraho is well connected to major cities by road, rail and air.

We are just off the Jhansi-Satna national highway, a regular tourist route to and from other destinations such as Agra, Varanasi, Gwalior, Jhansi, Orchha and the Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve.

Our site is in the heart of the Bundelkhand region of Madhya Pradesh so we are conveniently placed as a base from which to visit the rarely explored, but exceedingly rich, cultural sites of the Chandela Rajput period.

If you wish to look us up on Google Earth you will find the location at 24.44’ 35.00 N 80.00’ 30.00’ E and on Google Maps go to: Sarai at Toria location

By Air »

The nearest airport is Khajuraho, which is connected with Delhi (one hour 40 minutes via Varanasi) and Varanasi (40 minutes). Several major local airlines fly everyday to Khajuraho during the tourist season.

Train »

We are twenty minutes from the new Khajuraho railway station and about three and half hours from the busier Jhansi station. Jhansi is well connected by fast trains with all the major cities. There is a convenient over night train to Khajuraho from Delhi that runs seven days a week and another running three days a week from Varanasi via Allahabad to Khajuraho. There is also an Udaipur-Khajuraho Express that connects through Ajmer, Jaipur, Agra, Gwalior and Jhansi.

By road »

We are half an hour from Khajuraho and from Panna town, three and half hours’ drive from Jhansi and four to five hours’ drive from the Bandhavgarh Tiger Reserve.

We are just off the NH75; if you have crossed the River Ken and Panna Tiger Reserve when driving east, you have just passed us! We are on the north / west bank of the Ken River (on the Khajuraho side).

When driving from Varanasi or Bandhavgarh, after climbing down the ghats and crossing the river Ken, turn right at the white flags about a kilometre from the bridge. We are just another few yards ahead on the left at the end of the mohua tree-lined avenue.