Since Chitrakoot is located almost on the border of Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, it is easy to reach from both the states. The nearest railway station to Chitrakoot is in Karwi, which is pretty much the town of Chitrakoot itself. Regular bus services ply to and fro Chitrakoot, through well-connected highways, particularly the National Highway NH 76. There is no direct flight connectivity to Chitrakoot, although you can take a flight to Allahabad or Khajuraho and thence a taxi is feasible.
Bamrauli Airport at Allahabad is the nearest airport, 106.1 km. away from Chitrakoot, that connects Chitrakoot to the rest of India. The other major airports are The Lal Bahadur Shastri International Airport in Varanasi and the Khajuraho Airport.
From all these airports, hiring a pre-paid taxi is the best option of travelling to Chitrakoot.
Nearest Airport: Allahabad Airport (IXD)
- 92 kms from Chitrakoot
Tentative return flight prices to Allahabad Airport (IXD) from major cities in India.
Regular bus services ply to and fro the city of Chitrakoot to different cities in Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. The state-owned and private buses operate on a daily basis, through a well-connected network of state highways and NH 76. You can also take shared taxis or cabs for the same route.
Chitrakoot Dham [CKTD] is the nearest railway station in Karwi, Chitrakoot, which connects the town to the rest of India by rail. Situated on the Jhansi-Manikpur mainline, it is well-connected to all major cities in India by regular trains. One of the most popular trains is the Uttar Pradesh Sampark Kranti, which cruises at an average speed of 59 km. / hr.
Roads here are well connected as the tourism is a major source of income for people here. You can easily get buses, taxis or rickshaws in the locality.