Pachmarhi Travel

Nestled amidst the lush greenery, Panchmarhi is the only hill station of one of the most visited travel destinations of India, Madhya Pradesh. Famed for its rich history, heritage sites and dense forests, Panchmarhi adds yet another flavour to the already beautiful state. Recognized as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, Panchmarhi is an asset to Madhya Pradesh tourism. A popular hill station in Central India, Panchmarhi lies in Satpura national park area due to which here forest and wildlife can be enjoyed with low public disturbance.


One of the popular attractions here is the Rajat Prapat, also known as Big Fall. It is a gigantic waterfall located at Panchmarhi in the Hoshangabad District of Madhya Pradesh. The waterfall appears more beautiful during the rainy season.
Another major attraction here is the Pandav Caves. Located 1km away of Jai Stambha, the popular myth and belief associated these five ancient dwellings with agyatavasa of Pandavas of epic. Mahabharat fame Pachmarhi derives its name from these caves which have been hewn in a small hill known as Pandava Gufa. These caves are now protected monuments.
Handi Khoh is another popular attraction of Panchmarhi. A deep, forested gorge, the Handi Khoh’s name is attached with two popular myths - one that it was here that a British officer named Handi committed suicide; & the second, that it is shaped like a deep cooking vessel or handi.

Another major attraction of Panchmarhi is Dhoopgarh. It is the highest peak of Satpura ranges at the altitude of 1352 meter, and this is the place from where one can enjoy beautiful views of nature, greenery of dense forests etc. It is also a popular spot for enjoying sunset and sunrise.

Rajendra Giri is another must visit attraction of Panchmarhi. Located at the far end of a pleasant garden, the view from Rajendra Giri gives a panorama of forested hills. Its major advantage is that it is seldom crowded & so is a good place in which to unwind after a strenuous day of sightseeing.

Best time to visit Panchmarhi
October to June is the best season to visit Panchmarhi. The weather remains cool & pleasant during this time and offers a perfect option for sightseeing.

How to reach Panchmarhi
By Air – Pachmarhi is about 260kms from Jabalpur city and 230kms from Bhopal city. Both the cities have their own airports.
By Train – Nearest railway station for Pachmarhi is Pipariya railway station and has direct train connectivity with important cites and tourist destinations like Jabalpur, Bhopal, Delhi, Mumbai, Varanasi, Howrah (Kolkata), Agra, Gwalior, Ahmedabad, Nagpur etc.
By Road – Pachmarhi is well connected by road. Although you are coming by flight or train but last journey will be done by road.


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