known Queen of Satpura Hill Ranges
sits atop the highlands of Central India
so vividly illustrated by Capt. James
Forsyth. Pachmarhi is hill country with
water falls, crystal clear pools, dense
forested mountain slopes with Denva River
snaking through them.
Trekking on forested paths, visiting pools
and lakes and entering ancient caves is a
fun holiday. Apart from natural landmarks
Pachmarhi is abode of Lord Shiva as
lot of temples dedicated to him lie here.
For those lucky enough wildlife sighting of
leopards and bison takes place.
the most visited hill station in Madhya
Tourist from all over India flock over her
especially in summers to take the heat off.
Pachmarhi is fully booked during Diwali
The hotels in
situated in the township and no new
construction is allowed since it is a
cantonment. The surroundings of the township
fall under the Pachmarhi wildlife sanctuary.
Hotels offering varied accommodation are
available in the township. One can stay at
the place of one’s choice but advance
booking is a must.
Places of interest:
fall – dips 700 feet into deep valley.
Prehistoric cave paintings - 10000 year
– Lord Shiva Statue.
Pachmarhi bio sphere reserve the
biodiversity is rich with rarest herbs,
shrubs and other plant life with amazing
How to reach?
accessible from Pipariya township station in
Hoshangabad district MP. Pipariya is a
railhead connected to Jabalpur and Bhopal
the capital of MP. Both the towns are well
connected by air. Pipariya is well connected
by rail route with many major towns like
Mumbai and Kolkata.