Pachmarhi is a charming hill station located in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. In 1857, this hill station was discovered by Captain James Forsyth of the British Army. Lying at an elevation of 1100 m, this town sits beautifully amidst the Satpura range and is full of beautiful greenery. Pachmarhi tours are especially popular for the enthralling natural beauty and the splendor that the small hilly town has to offer.

When you book Pachmarhi packages for your vacation, you can visit many intriguing hilltop caves and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding town from the incredible vantage points that can be found in Pachmarhi.

In addition to ancient caves, Pachmarhi also houses a myriad of attractive monuments, beautiful forests, and waterfalls. 

Things to Do in Pachmarhi

When you book your Pachmarhi tour package, you will have the chance to explore several of the intriguing attractions in Pachmarhi. To help you choose the right Pachmarhi tour package, here are some of the top spots in the town, which you can add to your itinerary:

Pandav Gufa:

There are five distinct rock-cut temples in Pachmarhi that are popularly known as Pandav Gufas or caves. According to certain mythological tales, it is believed that the Pandavas took shelter in these caves during their exile, and hence are popular tourist sites. Archaeological evidence, on the other hand, claims that these caves were constructed by Buddhist monks sometime during the 1st century BC. Regardless of their origin, the caves are a must-visit destination for all visitors on Pachmarhi tours.

Handi Khoh:

A popular element of most Pachmarhi tours; this is a deep ravine that has a depth of about 300 ft. Handi Khoh is located in the beautiful Pachmarhi forest region, and has a rugged cliff surrounding it. This tourist site is extremely popular for its marvelous natural beauty.

Rajendragiri Sunset Point:

This captivating sunset point has been named after the former Indian president, Dr. Rajendra Prasad, who used to be quite a frequent visitor to this site. The Rajendragiri Sunset Point is famed for offering awe-inspiring and panoramic views of Panchmarhi. Viewing the sunrise or sunset from this site is a breathtaking experience.

Priyadarshini Point:

A key element of Pachmarhi packages, this site offers a beautiful view of the whole Pachmarhi valley. Captain Forsyth essentially discovered Pachmarhi from this very spot. Priyadarshini Point would be another ideal place to witness the sunset against the regal Satpura Range.

Gupt Mahadev Temple:

This is a 40 feet long cave that features a Shiva lingam. The entrance to the Gupt Mahadev Temple is an extremely narrow path, which can be passed by eight people at a time. This path leads to the ‘Bade Mahadev’ that is featured here. At the entrance of the cave, you can also find an enshrined idol of Lord Hanuman. This auspicious temple is regarded as being an important element of any Pachmarhi tour itinerary.