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WELCOME TO Budget Tour Pachmarhi (Queen of Satpura).

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      Priyadarshani                 Chauragarh              Gupta Mahadev

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        Church                   Bison Lodge                Bade Mahadeo

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     Pandav Caves                 Dhup Garh                Rajendra Giri

If you are searching for Budget Tour Package at Pachmarhi, we can provide You. Just Call on 

Mobile No. 080 8552 4472.

2 Nights and 3 Days Pachmarhi Budget Tour Package.


Non AC Room on 3 Share Basis for 2 Nights. (Check Out Time - 11:00 A.M.)

2 Breakfast.

1 Whole Day Sightseeing by open Gypsy. 

Pick up and drop from Pipariya Railway Station.



* Guide & Forest Entry Fees.

* Mineral Water, any Type of Drinks.

* Portage and Tips.


Rs. 3,500.00 Per Person (Group size must be of Minimum 6 Persons).

Service Charge - 10% Extra.

Pachmarhi Sightseeng

(Day Wise)

Day 1.

Pandav Caves, Handi Khoh, Priyadarshini, Bade Mahadrv, Gupta Mahadev, Silk Centre, Champak Lake, Rajentdra Giri 

Day 2.

Jatashankar, Museum, Bison Lodge, Bee Fall, Reech Garh, Parasailing, Dhoopgarh.

Day 3.

Apsara Vihar, Rajat Prapat, Panchali Kund, Ramya Kund, Sangam Door, Vatsaiya.

Day 4.

Asanya Drishya, Eco Point, Dutchess Fall, Amba Mai Temple, Begum Palace, Triple Eco Point, Rock Painting.

Day 5.


Other Points:

Moti Ret, Satdhara, Anhoni Hot Spring, Vanshree Vihar, Pathar Chata, Panar Pani, Phansi Khad, Tilak Dhar, Hymen Valley, Vijat Pratap, Jambu Dweep, Sunder Kund, Mahadeo Gufa, Bhrant Neer, Pachmarhi Hills, Tridhara.

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Pachmarhi is a hill station in Madhya Pradesh state of central India. It has been the location of a cantonment (Pachmarhi Cantonment) since British Raj. It is widely known as Satpura ki Rani ("Queen of Satpura"), situated at a height of 1100 m in a valley of the Satpura Range in Hoshangabad districtDhupgarh, the highest point (1,350 m) in Madhya Pradesh and the Satpura range, is located here.


The name Pachmarhi is believed to be derived from the Hindi words Panch ("five") and Marhi ("caves"). According to a legend, these caves were built by five Pandava brothers of Mahabharatha era during their fourteen years of exile. The caves are situated on a hilltop and provide an excellent vantage point.


British arrival, Pachmarhi region came under the kingdom of the Gond king Bhawut Singh, although it was not a populated village or town at that time. Captain James Forsyth of the British Army along with Subhedar Major Nathoo Ramji Powar who was later made the Kotwal (Incharge of the armoury (Koth)of Pachmarhi, spotted the plateau in the Pachmarhi region in 1857, while leading his troops on the way to Jhansi. It quickly developed into hill station and sanatorium for British troops in the Central Provinces of India.


The population in 1901 was 3,020 rising to double that number in the hot summer months. Pachmarhi also served as the summer capital for the Central Provinces.


The forest around the town is home to many rare varieties of plants. UNESCO added Pachmarhi park to its list of Biosphere Reserves in May 2009. The total area of Pachmarhi Biosphere Reserve is 4981.72 km2. It is located at longitude 22° 11’ to 22° 50’N and latitude 77° 47’ to 78° 52’E. It covers parts of three civil districts, viz., Hoshangabad (59.55%),Chhindwara (29.19%) and Betul (11.26%). It includes three wildlife conservation units viz., Bori Sanctuary 485.72 km2), Satpura National Park (524.37 km2) and Pachmarhi Sanctuary (491.63 km2).