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The Queen of Satpura Hills


Date to be announced soon..

Tour Duration

3 Days / 2 Nights


Perched at an altitude of 1352 meters above sea level, Pachmarhi is one of the most densely forested hill stations of India. This lone hill station of Madhya Pradesh is situated in a valley of the Satpura Range and is  widely known as “Satpura ki Rani” (Queen of the Satpuras).  Pachmarhi has been a part of Satpura Tiger Reserve since the year 2000, and thus is the home of many rare species of flora and fauna. Popular for its breathtaking views and waterfalls, this place is a heaven for bird and butterfly watchers.
The name Pachmarhi is believed to be derived from the Hindi words “Panch” (five) and “Marhi” (caves) - the famous Pandav Caves. Legend says that these caves were built by the five Pandava brothers of Mahabharatha era during their thirteen years of exile. Various other caves around Pachmarhi have many ancient stories carved onto them as rock paintings, some of which are even 10,000 years old!
The Explorers conducts short duration trips to Pachmarhi over long weekends that promises close commune with nature and experiencing the energy of being at a place with an enviable mythological legacy.  We shall be delighted to have you on one of our trips to this amazing hill station.

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