Burhanpur- Feel The History Backpacking Trip 2024


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Lets TraWell Amigos!
Join us with your friends or family for feel the History with Trip to Burhanpur which is also called as The Door of Deccan (Hindi: Dakhkhan ka Darwaja)

🔺 Brief Info:
#BURHANPUR: The Historic city of Burhanpur is famous for its many beautiful monuments that lie scattered across the city. Most of the monuments lie in a state of ruins but they give us a fine idea of the grandeur of the Mughal Rule. The city was considered to be the Gateway to the South. A lesser known fact about the city is that Mumtaz Mahal breathed her last in this city and was entombed across the river Tapti before her tomb was shifted to The Taj Mahal in Agra.

🔺 Places to explore:
• Jama Masjid
• Khundi Bhandara
• Shahi Hammam or royal bath
• Shahi Mahal
• Asirgad Fort
• Black Taj Mahal
• Moti Mahal
• Shikarpura Gate
• Raja ki chattri
• Ahukhana
• Ancient Gurudwara
• Nadir Shah & Bilgis Begum’s Tomb

🔺 Itinerary:
Day 01: Friday
Meet our team at LTT Mumbai, Depart by Train @ 22:15 Hrs
Day 02: Saturday
• Arrive in Burhanpur @ 07:35 hrs
• Freshen up & have breakfast.
• Get ready to explore the city
• Return back to the Guest house late in the evening & gorge on delicious Chat & Sweets that Madhya Pradesh is famous for.
***Note: Please avoid wearing shorts/three-fourths at the Jhama Masjid as entry may not be permitted.
Day 03: Sunday
• Wake up call at 06.00 hrs
• Explore the remaining city sightseeing
Return journey to Mumbai by Kushinagar express
Day 04: Monday
04:30 Hrs: Reach LTT

✅ Book your seat by paying just ₹2000 per person (Non Refundable) as advance payment for accommodation n train ticket/ transportation booking ✅

🔺 Inclusion:
• Travel from Mumbai – Mumbai by Train (SL-Class)
• Accommodation in tripple sharing basis
• Sightseeing around Burhanpur by Non-AC local transport
• Food for 2 days (Train Journey food excluded)
• All Entry Fees and Guide Charges (Except camera fee if any)
• Administrative charges
• GST 5%
• TraWell Amigos Trip Leader

🔺 Exclusions:
• Personal travel expense, Mineral water, Any kind of insurance, Soft-drinks etc.
• Food at the time of train / bus journey
• Anything other than the above mentioned inclusions

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🔺 Things to carry:
• ID proof (must)
• Face Mask (must)
• Hand Sanitizer (must)
• Min. 2 liters water
• Ready to eat food (biscuits, plum cake, chips etc.)
• Winter jackets / thermal inners / sweaters etc.
• Moisturizer / lip balm / sunscreen
• Good sport / casual / comfortable shoes and a pair of slip-ons, if required
• Extra pair of clothes
• Energy drink (ex. Glucon D)
• Personal basic medical kit (Containing an antiseptic, few bandages, personal medications if any, Antibiotics for stomach infection)
• Camera (optional)
• Please avoid wearing Gold and other precious ornaments

• Smoking and drinking alcohol is strictly prohibited at the time of event
• No plastic littering
• Wear full sleeves, full tracksuit to avoid mosquito bite (Optional)
• Proper footwear/ shoes are essential for tour
• Conserve and preserve our heritage
• Photographs taken during the activity which can be used for publicity purposes
• Each member will be responsible for his/her own safety, Jewellery, Cash and baggage

🔺 Terms & Conditions:
• We reserves all right to change/deviate/cancel the plans without any prior notice
• No Extra adventure/out of itinerary behavior during trek
• Trek leader’s decision will be final and binding
• TraWell Amigos will not be responsible for injury / accident / death of the participants
• Any damage to the property will be chargeable
• 50% refund in case if you cancel the plan and inform us 7 days before the event day
• No refund if the cancellation request is less than 4 days
• No Show No Refund
• Bookings cannot be transferred to another date nor it will be transferred to another person against cancellation

Additional information


24-25 FEB 2024


Advance Payment, Full Payment

Tour Reviews


In 1705, Santaji Ghorpade attacked Burhanpur and Khandesh subha to force the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb to deploy more forces in Khandesh. This in turn relieved some of the pressure on Karnataka and Maratha swarajya from Mughal armies. In the 1720s, the town was taken by the Maratha Peshwa Bajirao during his expedition to Malwa and Delhi. In the 1750s, a Maratha army under Sadashivrao Bhau, who defeated the Nizam of Hyderabad, took control of the town. At the downfall of the Maratha Empire, the town was given to Maratha Sardar Holkar, Scindia, and then finally in 1818 was handed over to British by the Marathas.

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