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    mist covered Pachmarhi

    Raindrops striking the dry earth, sending up little plumes of dust; the water-soaked leaves on trees waving softly in the breeze; soft music being produced from the tin roofs; the waterfalls gushing down the wrinkled face of the mountains; that’s how anyone who has ever visited the town will describe the picturesque Pachmarhi in monsoon to you. If you’re making plans to explore Satpura ki Rani this rainy season, here’s all you need to know about it.

    Best time to visit Pachmarhi

    reflection of trees on water during mist

    Pachmarhi can be visited throughout the year. But the best time to visit Pachmarhi changes according to the taste and requirement of the traveler. Since Pachmarhi is a hill station, the best time to visit it is from October to February. During these months, the climate remains pleasant and mountains absolutely picturesque. March to June is summertime and the temperature can go as high as 35 degrees Celcius. This is the best time for budget travelers and peace-seekers. During July to September, Pachmarhi receives heavy rainfall turning the mountains, trees, grass all bright green and gorgeous. This is the best time to visit Pachmarhi for those who love mist-covered and rain-soaked mountains.

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    Attractions in Pachmarhi that grow incredibly spectacular during monsoon

    1. Bee Falls

    the gorgeous waterfall in Pachmarhi

    One of the best places to visit in Pachmarhi in monsoon, Bee Waterfall is the most popular tourist point in the entire town. The fall not only attracts tourists but it is also a major source of drinking water in Pachmarhi. Located at 10 minutes walk from Apsara Vihar, Bee Fall can only be reached by a short jeep-ride. Whether you want to bathe in the water or just want to sit by and listen to the sound of the fall, this is the place you can not skip.

    Nilesh D says, “Nice waterfalls in middle of Pachmarhi forest, one has to take forest jeep to reach to this destination. Climb down 400 stairs to enjoy beauty. There are porters for small kids so no issue for tired kids while coming up.Read more.

    Length of visit: 2 hours
    Entry fee: None

    2. Duchess Falls

    Duchess waterfall in Pachmarhi

    If you’re visiting Pachmarhi in August or any other monsoon month, Duchess Falls is sure to leave you awestruck. This 100-m waterfall is a challenging 4 km hike from the track that goes to Reechgarh. If you’re not physically active, it can take you anywhere between 3-4 hours to reach the fall.

    Note: Wear appropriate and comfortable footwear. Take something to eat on the way along with a water bottle. Avoid the hike if you’re any kind of a pain in your joints or muscles.

    Cs Sharma says “Duchess waterfall is the most beautiful of all Pachmarhi falls, It could be reached by trekking almost 4 km of a steep climb from the main road. The climb is quite arduous and hectic.Read more.

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    Length of visit: 5 hours
    Entry fee: None

    3. Rajat Prapat

    Rajat Prapat in Pachmarhi

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    The 30th highest waterfall in India, Rajat Prapat is among the most popular places to visit in Pachmarhi in monsoon. The waterfall is also known as Silver Fall due to its silvery colors it reflects after sundown. It’s a proper trekking trail and if you are adventures enough to go on a trek during monsoon, this is one of the most thrilling things to do in Pachmarhi in monsoon

    Veerensha says “This Rajat Prapaat waterfall is one of the biggest fall in India & looks more beautiful in Monsoon Season… As this fall is in Jungle area so you need permission from forest department.” Read more.

    Note: Wear comfortable hiking or trekking shoes. Carry a raincoat, water bottle, and some snacks with you on the trek. Since trekking it during monsoon can be a bit difficult and tricky, it is suggested that you go in a group for your safety.

    Length of visit: 2 hours
    Entry fee: none
    Timings: 7:00 am to 7:00 pm

    4. Mount Dhupgarh

    Dhoopgarh in Pachmarhi

    Offering the arresting views of the Satpura Range, Mount Dhupgarh or Dhoopgarh is one of the best places to visit in Pachmarhi in monsoon. A land of sublime beauty, Dhupgarh lets you connect with yourself while healing you from within.

    Chinmay says “Dhoopgarh is in the dense forest and is the heighest point of satpuda range. One need to pay for forest entry fees and can enter the forest before 5:00 pm.” Read more.

    Length of visit: 2 hours
    Entry fee: none
    Timings: Sunrise to sunset

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    5. Apsara Vihar

    Apsara Vihar

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    A naturally formed pool, Apsara Vihar or Fairy Pool is among the best places to visit in Pachmarhi in monsoon. Situated near Pandava Caves, the water pool is ideal for swimming and diving. During monsoon, it becomes even more exciting and fun.

    Surobhideb says “The place is pristine with a natural pool to enjoy. One as to trek to reach the spot. Our guide told us a story which goes like this. The falls was discovered by some nearby villagers. There were some foreign tourist.” Read more.

    Length of visit: 2 hours
    Entry fee: none
    Timings: Sunrise to sunset

    A trip to Pachrmahi in monsoon can turn out to be an incredible experience for those who love this season of romance and mist. Let this be your trip best trip of the year.

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