Place – Pachmarhi | State – Madhya Pradesh | Country – India
Pachmarhi Tourism | Pachmarhi Tourist Places | Pachmarhi Travel Guide
Pachmarhi is a mountain station in central India’s Madhya Pradesh district of Hoshangabad. Since British Raj, this is the place of a cantonment (Canton Pachmarhi). The Jain, the Hindu, and the Buddhist religions sanctify Gaya. In the great epics of Ramayana and Mahabharata, the district of Gaya is mentioned.
Located 1100 m above sea level and in the heart of the Satpura district of Pachmarhi, popularly known as “Satpura ki Rani.” Legend has it that during their exile, the Pandava brothers visited Pachmarhi.
How to Reach
By Rail :
Panchmarhi is not directly linked by train. The closest train station to this location is the Pipariya railway station, 52 km from here.
By Road :
The city of Panchmarhi is served by frequent bus services. It operates everyday from locations such as Bhopal, Indore and so on, day and night. For the same route, you can take common taxis or cabs.
By Air :
The Panchmarhi airport is not directly linked. Bhopal is 238.4 km from the closest airport.
Nighest airport – 145 kms from Pachmarhi, Raja Bhoj Airport (BHO)
Places to Visit in Panchmarhi, Tourist Places in Panchmarhi, Sightseeing and Attractions in Panchmarhi
Bee Falls is the most famous waterfall among the many large and small waterfalls in Pachmarhi that provide the entire city with drinking water. A short hike leads to the 35-meter cascading falls and is a popular picnic location for the locals. Rajat Prapat (large waterfall)
Chauragarh (Shiv devotees come here in huge numbers during Mahashivratri)
Dhupgarh (the highest peak of the Satpuras and Madhya Pradesh)
Handi Khoh (deep valley)
Apsara Falls (fairy pool)
Jatashankar (stalagmite-filled cave in a deep ravine)
Pachmarhi Hill (whole view of Pachmarhi City)
Lady Robertson’s View
Rajendra Giri (gardens with natural scenery)
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