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Pachmarhi Tour Package from Nagpur - Mumbai
Pachmarhi is famously called The Shimla of Madhya Pradesh, India, Located at an elevation of 1,067 feet, Pachmarhi as a hill station was developed by Captain Forsyth and was transformed into a well-known hill station of central India. Today there is a view point in honor of Captain Forsyth, known as Forsyth Point..
Holidaytravel.co company offers Pachmarhi holiday & Honeymoon tour packages for families, we offer these packages from Nagpur, Jabalpur, Indore, Bhopal, Delhi & Mumbai.
Packages from Delhi or Mumbai to Pachmarhi can be coupled with Jabalpur Site Seeing and Kanha National park.
We offer below Packages for Pachmarhi
Pachmarhi Tour package from Nagpur
Pachmarhi Tour package from Mumbai
Scenic Beauty with lots of greenery
Adventural palces to visit
Trekking is famous in Pachmarhi
Panoramic views of Pachmarhi: Rajendra Prasad Garden
Popular vantage point: Priyadarshini Point
Oct-01 To Mar-31
Apr-01 To Sep-30
3 N/ 4D Standard Package cost
Extra Adult 3000/-
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3 N/ 4D Deluxe Package cost
Extra Adult 4000/-
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3 N/ 4D Luxury Package cost
Extra Adult 5000/-
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Pachmarhi Tour Package from Nagpur Mumbai: Inclusion
3 Night Room on AP ( All Meals) Basis
1 Day Local Sightseeing by Gypsy.
All transfers as per the itinerary by Indigo A.C.
Pick drop from Nagpur airport/railway Station
Forest Guide included in Pachmarhi
3 Nights Stay in pachmarhi as per Package
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Package Does Not Includes:
Train/ Air Tickets.
Entry fees at Pachmarhi.
Other Activities at the Hotel & Tourist Places.
Tips, Coolie, Laundry, Cold drinks and other expenses of personal nature.
General Conditions & Remarks
Any Changes or Cancellation after Cancellation Dateline will result in Cancellation Charges.
No Refund for any unutilized service or sightseeing
Surcharge applicable subject to Late/Early arrival or departure transfers.
Cost may be change if there would be any change in fuel prices or other conditions.
After arrival at Mumbai/ Nagpur airport or railway station meet with our representative and they will proceed you to Pachmarhi which is 206 km far away. Before reaching pachmarhi you will have lunch at highway Restaurant/ Dhaba, after that you will continue your journey to Pachmarhi. After reaching Pachmarhi you will be transferred to hotel and free at your Leisuer for rest. Overnight stay with dinner at Pachamrhi hotel
If you are coming from Mumbai then there are morning flights/train to Nagpur, If you reach by Morning time in Nagpur we move straight to Pachmarhi by Chindwara. If you are arriving by night flight/train to Nagpur, We take one night break in Nagpur and Proceed to Pachmarhi next morning.
Mumbai to Nagpur Morning Flights
Mumbai, India (BOM) to Nagpur, India (NAG)
5:45 am - 7:20 am - Air India 627 - BOM-NAG -
8:20 am - 9:50 am - IndiGo 543 - BOM-NAG
Mumbai to Nagpur Evening Flights
3:15 pm - 4:45 pm - Jet Airways 7133 - BOM-NAG
3:15 pm - 4:45 pm - JetKonnect 4165 - BOM-NAG
6:45 pm - 8:10 pm - GoAir 142 - BOM-NAG
On arrival at Nagpur railway station/ Airport you will be picked up and transferred to Pachmarhi via Chhindwara Raod. On arrival at Pachmarhi in afternoon check in the hotel. Lunch at Hotel.
9:00 AM - 2:00 AM Pickup from Nagpur + Check in hotel+ Relax
Lunch Break at Hotel
Afternoon 3:00 PM - 5:30 PM Proceed on 2 hours Pachmarhi tour of Dr Rajendra Prasad Garden to enjoy the best sunset view and relax. You can do Horse riding in the garden. Rest of the evening at leisure. Return back to hotel, Dinner at Hotel.
Do not forget to have a stroll on quite but safe Pachmarhi Streets after dinner. You will be listening to the Army bands at a distance.
Early morning after breakfast, move out in 4X4 Gypsy for full day guided sight seeing tour to the natural wonders of Pachmarhi, which includes Pandav Caves, Priyadarshini (Forsyth Point), Handi Khoh, Fairy pool & finally Bee Falls. It is recommended to have bath in the crystal clear waters of Bee Falls and enjoy the Fish Spa at the top of the pool. Reach Back the hotel for lunch.
After lunch, Proceed for the Reech Garh tour and Dhoopgarh - The Highest Point in Central India to enjoy the beautiful sunset and Satpura views. Drive to Dhoopgarh is incredible. You can stay at Dhoopgarh for about one hour and also see the Museum.
Reach back the Hotel in late evening. Dinner & Overnight stay at Hotel.
9:00 AM - 2:00 AM - Pandav Caves + Priyadarshini + Fairy pool + Handi Khoh + Bee Falls
Lunch Break at Hotel
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM Explore the beautiful market of Pachmarhi in the evening
Return back and hotel drop.
After Breakfast, Proceed to next tour program, again on the 4X4 Gypsy. Enjoy the Morning at leisure in the nature’s lap of this green destination. In the first half of the day, proceed to see Gupt Mahadev, Bada Mahadev, Jata Shankar. You can do shopping for rare herbs like Forest Honey, Shilajeet, Others at Jatashankar.
Return to Hotel for Lunch.
After Lunch, proceed to Pachmarhi Lake for Boating Trip and Snacks at the lake side.
Return to the Hotel in evening & Overnight stay , Dinner at Hotel.
9:00 AM - 2:00 AM - Gupt Mahadev tour + Bara Mahadev Tour + Jata Shankar
2:00 AM - 3:00 PM Lunch at Hotel
3:00 PM - 7:00 PM - Boating at Lake + Remaining Points
After breakfast, you will be transferred to the railway station to board the train for your return/onward journey. The tour ends but Sweet Memories remain.
Top 10 Reasons To Visit Pachmarhi
Pachmarhi is the only hill station in Madhya Pradesh, set on a Plateau at about 2500 ft above sea level
Pachmarhi is full of charming colonial era architecture buildings and retains an old world charm. Pachmarhi enjoys a pleasant weather almost all through the year (Gets only very cold in Dec and Jan months).
Pachmarhi comes alive in Monsoon when waterfalls abound the area.
Pachmarhi is good for walks, trekking and for the touristy there are a number of temples to visit as well.
As construction in Pachmarhi has been stopped since 1990s, most hotels here are restored colonial buildings.
MP Tourism has a set of such hotels with heritage feel having 5 to 15 rooms.
Pachmarhi is a destination for those who just want a peaceful stay and for those who want to indulge in sightseeing.
Handi Khoh: A grand gorge with a 300 feet towering cliff amid dense woodland, Handi Khoh in the region of Panchmarhi is gifted with spectacular panorama. The clinging rock face of this gulch is a haven of large beehives. A profound timbered jungle surrounds this exquisite place. This place is strongly allied with the myths and blessings of Lord Shiva.
Apsara Vihar (Fairy Pool): A usual bathing puddle shaped by a petite cascade, Apsara Vihar of Pachmarhi is positioned in close proximity to the Pandav fissures. Although next to the fall the pond is more intense, at the ending it is petty and this feature makes it a favorite picnic destination of visitors.
Pandava Caves: Nestled on a miniature hummock Pandava caverns in Panchmarhi are assumed to have been a sanctuary of the Pandavas for the period of their separation. Now a secluded memorial, Pandav grottos have been engraved from a stumpy hillock. These five caverns also housed a shelter to Buddhist preachers in the epoch of 1st century.
Priyadarshini Point: It is also known as "Forsyth Point". This vantage viewing point marks the place from where Captain Forsyth discovered Pachmarhi. The Britishers developed Pachmarhi as a hill resort and their influence is embodied in its churches and also in colonial architecture. Must visit place at Pachmarhi...
Dhoopgarh: The highest point in the Satpura range at Pachmarhi, with a magnificent view of the surrounding ranges. A very popular spot for viewing sunsets. Must visit place at Pachmarhi.
Duchess Fall: This fall is also known as "Jalawataran". The descent is steep and the trek strenuous for almost to the base of the fall. Adventurous spot at Pachmarhi.
Bee Fall: A spectacular waterfall in the stream which also provides drinking water to Pachmarhi. It is also known as "Jamuna Prapat". The pools at above the waterfall in the stream are very popular. Must visit place at Pachmarhi.
Jata Shankar Caves: A sanctified locale of Shaivite ritual, Jata Shankar of Panchmarhi is a natural grotto which abodes a natural Shivalingam underneath the silhouette of enormous rock. The boulder configuration in the cavern looks like the Seshnag, a hundred headed celestial snake.
Best Restaurants In Pachmarhi
An outdoor restaurant and a sort of reverse zoo, as monkeys sit outside watching humans eating in a cage. South Indian, Gujarati and thalis.
Raj Bhog is also a very good option. Here we can get all types of food.
How to Reach Pachmarhi
By Flight: Bhopal airstrip is the bordering airdrome to Pachmarhi positioned at about 195 km distance away. The most important airlines connect various Indian cities with Bhopal, together with, Delhi, Mumbai and Gwalior. Flights are accessible to Sharjah and Dubai from the airport of Bhopal. Delhi is the foremost intercontinental airfield adjoining to Pachmarhi.
By Train: Pipariya is the adjacent railhead situated at a distance of 47 km away from Pachmarhi. This rail station is on the foremost line to Mumbai – Howrah and therefore most of the foremost trains halt at this station. Pipariya is linked to main Indian conurbations like Mumbai’s Mahanagari Exp, Kolkata Mail, Chennai’s Gangakaveri Exp, Bangalore’s Sangha Mitra Exp. and Delhi’s Jbp Ndls Sup Exp.
By Bus: The city is also well linked with some of the major cities of India. Frequent bus services are obtainable from Pachmarhi to Bhopal (200.1 km), Pipariya (52.3 km) and Chhindwara (135.1 km) on a daily basis.
Best time to visit Pachmarhi
Pachmarhi is an attractive hilly region situated in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh in India. It is the only hill stoppage in the innermost part of the country. The best time to visit Pachmarhi is October to March for the pleasant and enjoyable weather as well
Shortest Route to Pachmarhi
Reaching pachmarhi from Bhopal is the shorted Route and takes approx 4 hours.
Bhopal to Pachmarhi - 200 kms - 4 hours via Pipariya via Nh 12 & SH 19 ( Shorted Route)
Nagpur to Pachmarhi - 258 kms - 5 hours via Chindwara through SH 19
Jabalpur to Pachmarhi - 245 kms - 5 hours via SH 22
Indore to Pachmarhi - 415 kms - 7 hours via Bhopal on NH86
Festivals in Pachmarhi
The major festivals in Pachmarhi are:
The Bastar Dussehra: This is a carnival which is celebrated throughout the months of September and October. People of this region experience this festival with much merry making.
Navaratri: People celebrate these holy nine days and nights all through this time with attractive parade.
Pachmarhi is a never-ending outdoor adventure play-ground. The hill resort of Pachmarhi lies in the Satpura ranges, at an altitude of 1,067 meters. Pachmarhi is most popular hill station of Madhya Pradesh. Nested in lush green forest, blessed with waterfalls, beautiful mountain views, it is called as Satpura Ki Rani. Apart from nature beauty, the hill station has many tour spots to explore. The place is studded with many parks, treks and resorts where you can spend quality time with your family. Here are some of the activities you can do when you are at Pachmarhi. Pachmarhi is a paradise for trekkers. Rich uneven geography presents challenges to even the most experienced trekker.
Distance between Pachmarhi and Satpura National Park
Pachmarhi is famous Hill station of Madhya Pradesh and it is 208 km away from each other.
Pachmarhi Weather in July
Pachmarhi is an attractive hilly region situated in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh in India. It is the only hill stoppage in the innermost part of the country. The best time to visit Pachmarhi is October to March for the pleasant and enjoyable weather as well. October to June is the best season to visit the place. The weather remains cool & pleasant during this time and is perfect for sightseeing. In July Pachmarhi is very humid and very heavy rainfall occur in Pachmarhi so you cannot enjoy pachmarhi is July Months
Weekend Getaways from Bhopal
Madhya Pradesh id very world famous state you can find plenty of places to visit and enjoys your holidays in every corner of Madhya Pradesh. Bhopal is a capital of Madhya Pradesh and it is also known as city of Lakes where you can enjoy your holiday at artificial lakes and other attraction in Bhopal as well as nearby Bhopal. There are so many weekend options nearby Bhopal to express your happy holiday which includes Pachmarhi, Kanha National Park, Bandhavgarh National Park etc. Pachmarhi is one and only Hill station in Madhya Pradesh which is known as Queen of satpura. Pachamrhi is very famous weekend gateway and it has lots of sightseeing to visit and enjoy waterfalls.
Train from Bhopal to Pachmarhi
Bhopal to Pipariya at a distance of 153 km away from each other and it takes 3.5 hours to reach By Bus or Train. There is a lot more train to reach Pipariya from Bhopal on daily basis which is mentioned given below
12191 NDLS JBP SUP EX Dep (01:00) - Arrival (4:23)
22187 INTERCITY EXPRESS Dep (5:30) - Arrival (08:08)
Train from Bhopal to Nagpur
There are so many connections to reach Nagpur from Bhopal, but there is train that runs on daily basis from these all connection we find 1 connection on daily basis but it is not available on Saturday which is given below.
12410 GONDWANA EXPRES Dep (02:15) - Arrival (09:00) - Exclude Saturday
Climate of Madhya Pradesh
Madhya Pradesh has a subtropical climate. Like most of north India, it has a hot dry summer (April–June), followed by monsoon rains (July–September) and a cool and relatively dry winter.
Pachmarhi Wildlife Sanctuary
The Pachmarhi Biosphere Reserve is a non-use conservation area and biosphere reserve in the Satpura Range of Madhya Pradesh state in central India Made by Harshit of Tezpur. The conservation area was created in 1999 by the Indian government. UNESCO designated it a biosphere reserve in 2009. Satpura National Park lies in Hoshangabad district of Madhya Pradesh, Central India. Adjoining to famous hill station Pachmarhi, Satpura Tiger Reserve, on encompassing, Pachmarhi Wildlife Sanctuary and Bori Wildlife Sanctuary makes 1427 sq. km. area, ideal place for some rare wildlife species and medicinal trees. In the year 1981, Satpura National Park was established with an area of 524 sq. km. Tiger reserve is offers panoramic view of nature at its best with rocky mountain peaks, gorges, gurgling water falls, sparkling stream, dense deep valleys, rivulets etc. This unexplored hill station was first explored by Captain James Forsyth of British Army in 1857. It became a sanatorium for British troops in the Central Provinces of India.
Madhya Pradesh important places
Madhya Pradesh is very famous most attractive state where the entire tourist visits ones in their life to see the culture and tradition of Madhya Pradesh. It provides lots of scenic view of their beautiful cites which includes Kanha National Park, Bandhavgarh National Park, Pachmarhi and much more. Out of these Pachmarhi is very famous places it is said to be one and only Hill station of Madhya Pradesh.
Pachmarhi biosphere reserve flora and fauna
The Pachmarhi Biosphere Reserve is a non-use conservation area and biosphere reserve in the Satpura Range of Madhya Pradesh state in central India Made by Harshit of Tezpur. The forests are dominated by teak (Tectona grandis). They include the westernmost groves of sal (Shorea robusta), which is the dominant tree of eastern India's forests . The reserve was established looking at the vast natural resources, diverse and rich flora and fauna, unique topography and geographic situation, inhabitation of large tribal population in the State of Madhya Pradesh. The conservation history of the Pachmarhi Biosphere Reserve is quite long. The scientific management and conservation of the Indian forests was started for the first time in the year 1865, by separating the Bori Reserve Forest that lies in Bori Wildlife Sanctuary, at present.