About Rajat Prapat (Silver Fall/Big Fall)
Taking a plunge from around 350 ft high cliff, Rajat Prapat looks like a silver strip that falls straight into the forests. The fall is on the other side of the mountain and to see it from one end, you have to climb uphill for a few minutes.
Once you climb, you will witness the magnificent Satpura hill range in the backdrop and the fall is enveloped in Green. Rajat Prapat is one of the most rewarding places to visit in Pachmarhi.
Location: Hoshangabad district, Madhya Pradesh, India.
Entry fee: Free of cost.
Best Season to Visit: Any time of the day, post or during monsoon and winter season. October to May.
Distance from the Pachmarhi Bus Stand: Around 3 KM to Apsara Vihar and then a 3 KM trek of going to the falls and coming back to Apsara Vihar.
Apart from so many places that are on the bucket list of many tourists, adventure activities near Bhopal add another aspect, well-capable of enhancing your visit to Madhya Pradesh.