Day 1

Arrive at Jabalpur Railway Station/Airport and transfer to Pachmarhi. Check in to the Pachmarhi Hotel & relax. Night stay at Pachmarhi.

Day 2

After breakfast, proceed for sightseeing by Gypsy, Visit Pandav Gufa, Bee Fall, Silver Fall, Reechgarh, Apsara Vihar. Overnight stay at Hotel Pachmarhi.

Day 3

After breakfast, proceed for sightseeing, Rajat Pratap, Handikhoh, and Dhoopgarh, Overnight stay at Hotel Pachmarhi.

Day 4

Post Breakfast, Proceed for sightseeing, Chauragarh, Jatashankar, and Gupt Mahadev, Pachmarhi Lake. Overnight at Pachmarhi Hotel.

Day 5

After breakfast check out and proceed to Bhedaghat, On arrival Visit Dhuandhar Water Fall & enjoy Marble Rocks (by boat/ropeway). Later transfer to Jabalpur check in to Hotel and Night stay.

Day 6

Today check out and transfer to Jabalpur Airport / Railway Station for your ward Journey.


  • AC Innova for 6 Days (28 Oct to 02 Nov 2019) with all toll tax, parking, and DA.
  • 3 Days Pachmarhi Sightseeing by local Gypsy
  • Pickup and drop from Jabalpur Airport/Railway Station
  • 5% GST



After Independence Madhya Pradesh constituted only of southern parts of today’s Madhya Pradesh and north-eastern parts of today’s Maharashtra. Nagpur was its capital city. In 1956, the new Madhya Pradesh was created by combining the states of Madhya Bharat, Vindhya Pradesh, and Bhopal and removing the Marathi-speaking Vidarbha region. Bhopal was made the capital city.
Chanderi sarees adorn the historic town of Chanderi in Madhya Pradesh.
Bhimbetka site has the oldest known rock art in the Indian sub-continent, dating back more than 30,000 years. recognized world heritage site by UNESCO
The amazing Khajuraho Temples are the ancient and one-of-a-kind temples in the world that are adorned with intricate erotic and sensuous carvings.
Wildlife at Bandhavgarh is very famous & often referred to as ‘Land of the Tigers’. Bandhavgarh National Park is the place with the highest density of Royal Bengal tigers in the world and is home to some of the most exotic wildlife.
Rudyard Kipling was inspired by the forests of Kanha National Park to write the famous children’s novel “Jungle Book”.
Situated at Bhedaghat by the side of river Narmada, the Marble Rocks present picturesque scenery.
Sandipani Ashram in Ujjain, that Lord Krishna, his brother Balrama and their friend Sudama completed their education and mastered every single lesson taught by Guru Sandipani, who was a Rishi (Sage) in Ujjain.
Pachmarhi is a very popular tourist hill station located in the Hoshangabad district of Madhya Pradesh. The name Pachmarhi is derived from the Hindi words ‘Panch’ (Five) and ‘Marhi’ (Caves), believed to have been carved out by the Pandava brothers of the Mahabharata era, during their thirteen years of exile.
The Great Stupa at Sanchi Commissioned in the 2nd century BCE by the Mauryan Emperor ‘Ashoka’, the Great Stupa at Sanchi is one of the oldest stone structures in India built over the relics of Buddha.


Madhya Pradesh Climate: Madhya Pradesh has a subtropical climate with three distinct seasons:
March to May: Temperatures – 25°C to 45°C Hot & harsh.

June to October: 24°C to 37°C warm
December to February. 05°C to 27°C – cold & dry.

Best Time to Visit:
The best time to visit Madhya Pradesh (MP) is from October through March when the temperatures are agreeable. The winter season in Madhya Pradesh is perfect for visiting wildlife sanctuaries, historical landmarks, river valleys, and ancient temples. However, the state of Madhya Pradesh can be visited any time of the year, depending on your interest & preference.
Local Languages: Hindi is one of the major languages of Madhya Pradesh Hindi, the official state language, is also the language most widely spoken in Madhya Pradesh. Eastern Hindi dialects, represented by Bagheli and Awadhi, are spoken in the southern and eastern parts of the state and in the upper Narmada River valley.
Clothing: Lehenga and Choli are the most famous traditional dress among women in Madhya Pradesh. Odhni is a kind of scarf that covers the head and shoulders and is an essential element of traditional dress. Black and Red colors are the most popular colors in clothes. Men wear Kurta Pajama. Nowadays men wear shirts & trousers.


By air – The state has five main airports with good connectivity. The Devi Ahilyabai Holkar Airport (IDR), at Indore, is the largest airport in Madhya Pradesh. It is served by direct flights from many Indian cities. All major airlines have regular flights to and from Indore Airport Raja Bhoj International Airport (BHO) in Bhopal, Dumna Airport (JLR) in Jabalpur, Gwalior Airport (GWL), and Khajuraho Airport (HJR) also have scheduled flights to major cities in India.
By rail – Most of the major trains including Rajdhani, Shatabdi, and Garib Rath expresses pass through MP due to its central location. Jabalpur is headquarters for the West Central Railway Zone. The Central Railway and the Western Railway zones also cover parts of the state. A very good rail network is available in Madhya Pradesh.
By road, Roadways offers the best connectivity in the state. The state has 20 national highways including NH-7, NH-12A, NH-25, NH-26, NH-27, NH-69, NH-3, NH-92, and NH-12. Both interstate and intrastate bus services cover the length and breadth of Madhya Pradesh. The major interstate bus terminals are Bhopal, Indore, Gwalior, and Jabalpur. The nearby state of Maharashtra, Rajasthan, and Uttar Pradesh has state transports bus services.

Moving around: The bus is the cheapest mode of transport. We recommend hiring a car with a driver as the best way to see the countryside. BY TAXI: There are taxi cars, with or without air conditioning, and a large number of auto-rickshaws on the roads in big cities. You can choose to rent a vehicle for the entire duration of your tour.
All the national parks require entry permits to enter park & safari activities.

Health Precautions-
When traveling to National Parks, Keep the necessary medicines handy. Carry Insect bite ointments. Drink only bottled water, you may have stomach problems. During winters it may be chilly at night. Carry warm clothes.

About Expenses –
You should plan to spend around ₨1200 to 2000 per day on your vacation in Madhya Pradesh, which is the average daily price based on the expenses of other visitors. Meal charges can be ₨300 to 500 as per your choice. The transportation cost varies as per your choice of transport services.

ATM & Credit cards-
Most of the major banks have their ATMs in Madhya Pradesh. However, carry cash for remote places & National Parks. Credit cards are accepted by hotels and tour operators in the city area but there will be a 2% service charge. However, there may be network issues at remote places.

Mobile & Inetrnet Connectivity –
All major service providers offer 3G – 4G network in Madhya Pradesh. However, you may have connectivity issues in forest areas What’s App messages will always work. Most of the hotels offer WIFI networks free of cost for their guests.

Culture & Festivals –
Apart from regular traditional festivals, there are many festivals to boost tourism in Madhya Pradesh. These are Khajuraho Dance Festival , Ujjain Kumbh Mela ,Lokrang Festival , Nagaji Fair Bhagoria Haat Festival , Tansen Music Festival , Pachmarhi Utsav
Shopping: Madhya Pradesh has a lot to offer. Bamboo Work, Metal and Iron Craft, Tribal Accessories, carpets, and Dhurries, Dhokra, Silk, Maheshwari and Chanderi Saris, Pottery, Leather Items, Beaded Purses, and Fabrics.

Accommodation –
Madhya Pradesh offers a wide range of accommodations. Right from Homestays, guest houses to all ranges of hotels from basic to luxury hotels. Most of the national parks offer jungle resorts ranging from basic to luxury. Many hotels offer to stay with breakfast & dinner plan packages. Religious places offer cheap Dharamshala, guest house accommodations.

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