Imagine volumes of water plummeting from a height in the lap of a scenic jungle. Bee Falls is one of the popular places to visit in Pachmarhi and the moment you trek down the hundreds of steps and arrive at the fall, you can't help but admire it in awe. You will find small vendors sending snacks and tea around the fall.Not only that you can eat and admire the beauty but you can also take a leap into the natural freshwater pool for a dip.Height: 35 meters.Location: Bee Fall Road, Pachmarhi, Madhya Pradesh 461881, IndiaEntry fee: INR 15 per Indian adult.Best Season to Visit: Throughout the year, go in the monsoon for enjoying a large volume and in summers for bathing in the pool.Distance from the Pachmarhi Bus Stand: Around 3 KM.When temperatures soar, jump in a pool and beat the heat, Water Parks in Bhopal offer you an escape from the heat in the most fun way.
Spread over the Satpura Hills, this national park covers a large part of the Hoshangabad district of Madhya Pradesh. Satpura is a Sanskrit word for saying “seven-hills,” which was named after the series of hills in the highlands of central India. As a part of the Pachmarhi Biosphere Reserve, it covers an area of 524 sq. km.On your safari ride in Satpura National Park, you will come across deep gorges, untrodden forests, wriggling rivulets accommodating a wide array of animals such as Water Buffaloes, Leopards, Elephants, Barasingha, Malabar Whistling Thrush, Honey Buzzard, Malabar Pied Hornbill, Paradise Fly-catcher, and the endemic Rhesus monkeys.Timing: 7 AM to 6:30 PM on all days of the week.Entry Fee: Permit can be availed by paying INR 1250 and Gypsy can be availed at INR 2100.Location: Satpura National Park, Hoshangabad, Madhya Pradesh, 461001, India.Suggested time required: around 6 hours or half a day, if going on a safari.Distance from Pachmarhi Bus Stand: Approximately 210 KM.if you wish to take a closer look at the vivid wildlife, and adventure sites of the city, there can be no better way than staying at jungle resorts near Bhopal.
The basin of Narmada is separated from Wardha and Wainganga rivers on the North by Mahadeo Hills. The hills follow a general trail of East to Northeast where the north slope is gentle but the southern is steep and drops abruptly.The plateaus of the hills and the slopes were formed during the Carboniferous period, millions of years ago. Mahadeo peak is one of the three highest points in Pachmarhi where you can visit the holy shrine of Lord Shiva in the cave temple Gupt Mahadev. Apart from Gupt Mahadev, this temple houses another sanctum dedicated to Lord Shiva which is Bade Mahadev. Both of these temples are revered and largely worshipped. The pristine clear view of nature and the greenery will calm your senses.Timing: 24 hours.Entry Fee: Free of cost.Location: Satpura Range, Pachmarhi, IndiaSuggested time required: 2 to 3 hours.Distance from Pachmarhi Bus Stand: Around 10 KM.An adventurer or a nature lover or just someone who is looking for an escape, treks near Bhopal serve everyone great.