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Satpura National Park:

Satpura National Park is one of the most well known tourist attractions in Pachmarhi region. Established in 1981, the Satpura National Park is home to some of rare species of wild animals including the tiger, leopard, nilgai and four horned antelopes. Spread over an area of 525 square Kilometers, Satpura National Park attracts animal lovers and tourists from all over India. Satpura National Park is also famous for being home to a wide range of flora including medicinal plants apart from a host of bamboo, sal, teak and bel trees.


Apsara Vihar:

Apsara Vihar also known as fairy pool is one of the most beautiful natural locations of Pachmarhi. Located near the Pandava caves, Apsara Vihar has a 30 feet high waterfall forming a shallow pool attracting nature lovers and picnic mongers. Located at a distance of 13 Kms from Pachmarhi city center, Apsara Vihar attracts nature lovers and tourists alike.



Dhoopgarh also known as Harvatsa Kot is the highest point in the Satpura range at Pachmarhi, with a magnificent view of the surrounding ranges. Located at an elevation of 4429 feet above sea level, Dhoopgarh offers a picturesque panoramic view of the surrounding mountain ranges and valleys attracting a large number of nature lovers and photography enthusiasts.


Rajat Prapat:

Rajat Prapat also known as Silver Falls is fresh water falls attracting a large number of tourists and nature lovers. Located at a distance of 5 kms from Apsara Falls, the waterfalls at Rajat Prapat fall from a height of 350 feet. Rajat Prapat waterfalls attract a large number of tourists during the monsoon season.


Priyadarshini Point:

Priyadarshini Point also known as Forsyth Point is a popular vantage point attracting a large number of tourists. Built in the shape of a saucer, Priyadarshini Point is believed to have been discovered by Captain Forsyth during the British Empire in 1857. Priyadarshini Point offers a wonderful view of the surrounding regions of Pachmarhi making it one of the most scenic locations in the hill resort.


Bee Falls:

Bee Falls also known as Jamuna Prapat is arguably the most famous landmark of Pachmarhi region. Located close to the famous Apsara Falls, Bee Falls attract tourists for its breathtaking natural beauty with serene waterfalls assembling in a shallow pool at the bottom. Bee Falls are also one of the prime sources of fresh drinking water to the town of Pachmarhi. The fall attracts a large number of tourists and nature lovers.


Irene Pool:

Irene Pool is a famous bathing pool named after its founder Irene Bose. Irene Pool is by far one of the most beautiful locations in Pachmarhi. The upstream of the pool houses an ancient cave with underground water current which descends down in the form of a pristine waterfall. Irene pool attracts a large number of tourists all through the year.


Pandava Caves:

Pandava caves are ancient sandstone rocks which once provided shelter to the five Pandava brothers. Pandava caves are one of the most well known geographical landmarks of Pachmarhi. The Pandava caves are now maintained by the archeological survey of India. While some caves of the Pandava caves are well lit and ventilated, other caves are dark and creepy making up for fascinating trip down the lanes of time.


Chauragarh Temple:

Chauragarh Temple is one of the most famous religious shrines of Pachmarhi. Located at a distance of 4 Kms from Mahadeo caves, the Chauragarh temple is dedicated to Lord Shiva. Devotees carry trishul as offering for the Lord while visiting the temple. The temple has over 1300 steps making it one of the hard routes to reach the main shrine. The annual festival of Mahashivratri is celebrated with great pomp and show in the Chauragarh temple.


Handi Koh:

Handi Koh is a deep narrow valley with 300 feet high precipice and dramatically steep sides. Named after the British officer Handi who is believed to have committed suicide from this point, Handi Koh is one of the most widely visited landmarks of Pachmarhi.


Dutch Falls:

Dutch Falls also commonly known as Jalwataran is one of the most beautiful waterfalls of Pachmarhi region. Located at a distance of 4 Kms from its base point, Dutch Falls offers a great trekking trail for the adventure lovers. The fall attracts a large number of tourists during the rainy season.


Jata Shankar Cave:

Jata Shankar Cave is one of the most significant religious landmarks of Pachmarhi region. Believed to be the home of Lord Shiva when he was fighting with demon Bhasmasur, Jata Shankar Cave has a natural formation of 108 shivalings making it one of the most popular religious landmarks. The cave has a water stream with an unknown starting point known as Gupt Ganga. Idols of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati have now been placed inside the cave for worshippers to offers prayers.


Mahadeo Hill:

This sandstone hill at an altitude of 1363 mtrs is famous for its ancient Siva temple on its top which will be crowded with tourists on Mahashivarathri day. There is a beautiful cave on its eastern side with a holy pond inside it. The cave houses several beautiful cave paintings in it.