Do you know that Madhya Pradesh is called ‘Hindustan ka Dil’? Yes, and why not? The state epitomises a rich natural and cultural heritage in its surroundings, including various tourist attraction spots. So, today, let us talk about some of the most serene and surreal waterfalls located in Madhya Pradesh. Surrounded by the green landscape of Madhya Pradesh, these waterfalls offer spectacular views beyond imagination.
Check Out Some Of The Gorgeous Waterfalls In Madhya Pradesh
1. Dhuandhar Waterfalls, Jabalpur
Enchanting marble cliffs up to 100 feet high flank the Narmada River. The river flows gently over these tall marble cliffs. And after a short stretch, the mighty river tumbles down the cliffs to form Dhuandhar Falls. This is one of the most popular tourist spots in Jabalpur.
Where: Bhedaghat, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh
When: 6 am to 9:30 pm
Entry Fee: ₹85 per person
2. Pandav Falls
Like its name, it is based on the Hindu epic ‘Mahabharat’. It is believed that once Pandavas visited this destination. Located in the heart of Panna, 30 meters above land, with water flowing at its edge, Pandav waterfall is one of the most gorgeous falls of MP.
Where: NH39, Nahri, Madhya Pradesh.
When: 9 am to 5 pm
Entry Fee: ₹150 per head
3. Raneh Waterfalls
Raneh waterfalls are a must-see on any trip to Khajuraho. The main attraction here is a crystalline granite canyon that is 5 kilometres long and 100 feet deep. It is more alluring during the rainy season when overwhelming deluges fill the cascades.
Where: Raneh Falls Rd, Dhoguwan, Madhya Pradesh
When: 6 am to 6 pm
Entry Fee: ₹15 (Indians) and ₹150 (Foreigners)
4. Bee Falls
Bee falls is another enchanting waterfall of Madhya Pradesh. The falls are also a popular sunset spot. Many tourists flock to Bee Falls for the breathtaking views of the surroundings. Also, the site is believed to be associated with mythological stories
Where: Pachmarhi, Madhya Pradesh
When: 9 am to 5 pm
Entry Fee: ₹15 per person
5. Kapil Dhara Waterfall
Experience the bubbling water stream and enjoy the mesmerising beauty of Kapil Dhara falls. Kapil Dhara Waterfall is located 6 km northwest of Narmada Kund. This sacred waterfall also has many of mythological stories, embedded in its elements.
Where: Amarkantak, Madhya Pradesh
Entry Fee: No Entry Fee
The picturesque view of streams of water cascading from tall canyons covered in lush greenery is a perfect opportunity for nature photography. So, which waterfall in MP are you visiting next? Do let us know!
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