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Pachmarhi Local Sightseeing Tour

Pachmarhi Local Sightseeing Tour

Pachmarhi Local Sightseeing Tour + Pickup and drop from Pipariya + Gypsy in Pachmarhi + Guide

Pachmarhi is a only hill station in central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh which is located 200 km from Bhopal. There are several things which makes Pachmarhi a worth visiting place like India’s highest waterfalls rajat prapat found here, Its unique cave shelters, amazing mountain scenic views, UNESCO Biosphere reserve for its flora and fauna. Pachmarhi is most visited tourist destination in Madhya Pradesh, so we can arrange accommodations and transportation as per your stay duration. Please note outside vehicles are not allow for pachmarhi sightseeing as per local govt. authority, so we can book your vehicles with forest entry fee and guide. In this Pachmarhi Local Sightseeing Tour we are offering 2 days transportation, guide and forest entry fee.

Pachmarhi Local Sightseeing Tour – Highlights (Customization according to Interests)

  • Listed In UNESCO Biosphere Reserve for Its Flora And Fauna
  • Located at an altitude of 1100m which keeps this Hill Station Cool and Pleasant
  • Listed Among India’s Highest Waterfalls, Rajat Prapat, Found Here, has a Single drop of 351 Ft
  • It Is Believed that the 5 Pandavas visited this place and stayed In Caves During Their Exile
  • Part of the Vast Satpura National Park, adding Its charm with Several Varieties of trees

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Shopping for Souvenirs in Pachmarhi

The local markets display tribal crafts made by the Bastar and Gond tribes. The beautiful and exquisite canopy and bamboo work of the tribal people are commendable. The agricultural tools, baskets, hunting tools can be found in the local weekly markets. The metal artefacts made by the Bastar community of tribes are worth buying from here. Local paintings from Pachmarhi are world renowned and should be added to your shopping list.

Pachmarhi is also famous for its local honey and herbal ayurvedic medicines. Other items you may buy from here include jute and marble decorative items that make for some great souvenirs.

Places to visit in Pachmarhi

Handi Khoh

A grand gorge with a 300 feet towering cliff amid dense woodland, Handi Khoh in the region of Panchmarhi is gifted with spectacular panorama. The clinging rock face of this gulch is a haven of large beehives. A profound timbered jungle surrounds this exquisite place. This place is strongly allied with the myths and blessings of Lord Shiva.

Apsara Vihar (Fairy Pool)

A usual bathing puddle shaped by a petite cascade, Apsara Vihar of Pachmarhi is positioned in close proximity to the Pandav fissures. Although next to the fall the pond is more intense, at the ending it is petty and this feature makes it a favorite picnic destination of visitors.

Pandava Caves

Nestle on a miniature hummock Pandava caverns in Panchmarhi are assume to have been a sanctuary of the Pandavas for the period of their separation. Now a secluded memorial, Pandav grottos have been engraved from a stumpy hillock. These five caverns also housed a shelter to Buddhist preachers in the epoch of 1st century.

Priyadarshini Point

This vantage viewing point marks the place from where Captain Forsyth discovered Pachmarhi. The Britishers developed Pachmarhi as a hill resort and their influence is embodied in its churches and also in colonial architecture. Must visit place at Pachmarhi.


The highest point in the Satpura range at Pachmarhi, with a magnificent view of the surrounding ranges. A very popular spot for viewing sunsets. Must visit place at Pachmarhi. 

Bee Fall

A spectacular waterfall in the stream which also provides drinking water to Pachmarhi. The pools at above the waterfall in the stream are very popular. Must visit place at Pachmarhi.

Jata Shankar Caves

A sanctified locale of Shaivite ritual, Jata Shankar of Panchmarhi is a natural grotto which abodes a natural Shivalingam underneath the silhouette of enormous rock. The boulder configuration in the cavern looks like the Seshnag, a hundred headed celestial snake.

How to Reach Pachmarhi

By Air: The nearest airport to reach Pachmarhi is in Bhopal, which is around 195 km away from this hill station. There are regular flights from Bhopal that connect it from cities like Delhi, Gwalior, Mumbai, etc. One can easily get a taxi or bus from the airport to reach Pachmarhi

By Rail: The nearest airport is at Pipariya, which is an adjacent railhead, located at a distance of 47 km from Pachmarhi. It connects to main Indian railway lines like Mumbai’s Mahanagari Exp, Kolkata Mail, Chennai’s Gangakaveri Exp, and Bangalore’s Sangha Mitra Exp. One can book a cab from this railway head to reach their desired location in Pachmarhi

By Road: There are frequent bus services from Pachmarhi to Bhopal, Pipariya, and Chhindwara. The route through road is convenient if you are travelling on your own via car.

Best Time to Visit Pachmarhi

Weather of this beautiful hilly region remains pleasant and enjoyable throughout the year. However, it looks its best during monsoon and winter as the lush green surroundings of the hill station looks even more refreshing and lovely during this time. If you want to see how beautiful and serene Pachmarhi looks in winter, visit it between October and March.

Where to eat in Pachmarhi

There are various options in Pachmarhi to get delicious cuisines, prepare in Gujrati, Maharasthrian, and Jain style. People of Pachmarhi love to eat scrumptious delicacies, prepared in authentic style. Some of the places where you can get good food are mentioned below:

Kolkata Food Center, Chunmun Cottage Restaurant, Nandan Restaurant, Pizza Café Chino, China Bowl, Open Garden Restaurant, Chachana Bal Restaurant, Raj Bhog Restaurant, Golf View Restaurant

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