Pachmarhi, also known as Panchmarhi, is a hill station located in the state of Madhya Pradesh. Situated at an altitude of 1067 ft., this hill station lies in the valley of the Satpura Range in Hoshangabad district. Pachmarhi has been harmonized the status of Queen of Satpura hill range. Pachmarhi is highly indebted to Captain Forsyth for revealing this wonderland to the rest of the world and is all around development. The single hill station in Madhya Pradesh, Pachmarhi has heart capturing ancient caves, beautiful monuments, waterfalls, scenic sites, large mountain range and lush green hillocks stretch over 60 sq. km in dramatic natural splendor. It is the most visited hill station of India. One among the main attractions of this hilly resort is the spectacular sight it provides when the sun sets in the horizon. With all its marvelous spectacles and natural beauty, Pachmarhi is a viewer’s delight. It is also a popular place for nature lovers and sportsmen.

Best season to visit Pachmarhi is October to June. Must see tourist spots of Pachmarhi are Pandav Caves, Bee fall, Dhooop-garh, Duchess Fall, Rajat Fall, Pachmarhi Lake, Chauragarh, Jata Shankar, Reechgarh, Bada Mahadev, Gupt Mahadev etc.
General Information
State: Madhya Pradesh
Altitude: 1,100 m (3,600 ft)
STD Code: 07578
Language: Hindi, English
Clothes: Summer: Cotton Winter: Light Woollens
Temperature: Summer: 35 - 19 C Winter: 22 - 1 C
Best Season: The best time to visit Pachmarhi is between September and May
How to reach
By Air: The nearest airport is at bhopal which is 210 kms away. Regular flights connect Bhopal to cities like Delhi, Mumbai and Bhopal.
By Rail: The nearest railhead is at Pipariya which is 47 kms away.
By Road: Pachmarhi is very well connected by good motorable roads to all important cities like Indore, Bhopal, Nagpur, Gwalior and Ujjain.