Pachmarhi hill station in Hoshangabad district of Madhya Pradesh is the only hill station of the state, situated at a height of 1067 m and known as Satpura ki Rani.
Pipariya railway station is the nearest railway station for Pachmarhi, situated at a distance of 47 km away from the town. From outside Pipariya railway station, you can easily get Cab, Taxi service or bus.
Pachmarhi hill station can be visited throughout the year, however October to February is the best time to visit. Summer from March to June offers pleasant climate and a good option for budget travellers.
Pachmarhi is the most popular tourist retreat in Madhya Pradesh, famous for peaceful location, Pandava Caves, waterfalls, temples and wildlife.
Pandav Caves of Pachmarhi are five caves that contain valuable paintings and they are attractive.
Dhupgarh the highest peak of Madhya Pradesh in Satpura range with an height of 1352 m and part of the Pachmarhi Biosphere Reserve. Dhupgarh is one of the the top tourist attractions of Pachmarhi along with Rajat Prapat waterfalls, Pandav Caves, Jata Shankar and Chauragarh.
Chauragarh is another mountain peak in Pachmarhi and home to Lord Shiva’s temple at the top. There is a unique way of Trishul offerings in Chauragarh shiva temple.
Jatashankar cave temple is the most revered holy places in Panchmarhi, located deep into the ravine and natural cave.
Rajat Prapat waterfall is a horsetail type waterfall from a height of 351 ft. Pachmarhi house more popular waterfalls during the monsoon such as Bee Falls, Silver Falls and Duchess Fall.
Pachmarhi Biosphere Reserve in the Satpura range is home to mammal species like Indian leopard, Bengal tiger, wild boar and Indian giant squirrels.