Surface - Khajuraho is connected by regular and direct bus services with Chhatarpur, Mahoba, Harpalpur, Satna, Panna, Jhansi, Gwalior, Agra, Sagar, Jabalpur, Indore, Bhopal, Varanasi and Allahabad. The local bus stand is about half a kilometer from the main sqaure/chowk in town. Most budget hotels are within walking distance.
Train - The nearest major railhead is at Jhansi, some 175 kilometers (null miles) away towards the north. Satna, to the south, is the other option. The former is well connected to most important cities including Delhi, Gwalior, Varanasi, and Mumbai. It is the preferred railhead for people visiting Khajuraho from north. The super-fast Shatabdi Express via Gwalior and Agra is the best option to reach Jhansi from Delhi. Satna, on the Mumbai-Allahabad section of the Central Railway is well-connected to Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai. Connecting buses are readily available from both Jhansi and Satna.
Khajuraho is 600 kilometers (null miles) SE of Delhi; 415 kilometers (null miles) SW of Varanasi; and 395 kilometers (null miles) SE of Agra.
Air - In terms of logistics, the best way to travel to Khajuraho is by air. Air India flies from Delhi via Agra, or Varanasi and Jet Airways also has a daily flight from Delhi via Varanasi. Being high priority on the international tourist's itinerary, Khajuraho despite its tiny size is well serviced. Khajuraho airport is 5 kilometers (null miles) from the heart of town. Taxi charges hover around the Rs 100 mark.