A place boasts of red sandstone hills and emerald-green forests, Pachmarhi is the only hill resort in the state of Madhya Pradesh. This lovely hill resort is girdled by the Satpura ranges and offers absolute tranquility. In fact, it is the verdant gem of the state. The place is studded with colonial architectural splendors embedded in its charming landscape, makes this destination even more inviting. This captivating destination is just perfect for wildlife enthusiasts, trekkers, bird watchers, hikers, history-buffs, bikers, pilgrims and lotus-eaters. EaseMyTrip.in presents a wide range of Pachmarhi holiday packages for you to choose from. So, what are you waiting for? Select any of the packages and make your travel memorable.
Mid-March - end June
June - end September
Annual rainfall -250 cm-325 cm
Late November To Mid-February
A prominent tourist landmark in Pachmarhi is Pandav Caves. As per local legends and beliefs, the five Pandav brothers of epic Mahabharata, along with their wife 'Draupadi', spent a part of their exile time here. Don't even think of missing a trip to this place on your Pachmarhi tour.
Constructed by the British in the year 1892, this ancient monument displays an attractive blend of French and Irish architecture. The church also has an old cemetery attached to it. The tombstones here dates back to 1859, World War I and World War II.
It is a British church built in the year 1875. Referred to as the most stunning small church in Madhya Pradesh, the edifice displays an artistic architectural style.
Erstwhile known as Forsyth Point, it was named after Captain James Forsyth who discovered Pachmarhi from this point. From this point, you can witness spectacular sunset views.
Apsara Vihar (Fairy Pool):
Located close to the Pandava caves and is accessible only on foot; a waterfall plummets from a height of 30 ft to form this beautiful pool. Tourists flock to this tourist attraction to take dips in the refreshing mountain water.
Erstwhile known as 'Andhi Kho' amongst the natives, it is the deepest of all the gorges at Pachmarhi and is about 300 feet deep. According to legends, Lord Shiva imprisoned a large snake, which actually was a demon, and buried it in a solid rock in this canyon.
Jatasankar, Rajat Prapat (Big Fall), Mahadeo, Jalawataran (Duchess Fall), Bee Fall, Chauragarh, Dhoopgarh, Lanjee Giri etc.