The oldest house in Pachmarhi, Bison Lodge is constructed in 1862 by Captain Forsyth. It was used by Captain to survey and explore the surrounding forests. Now this building houses a museum, which exhibits the rich flora and fauna of Pachmarhi. One can also seen stuffed tigers and a huge stuffed bison inside the lodge. Marvelous photographs of Pachmarhi and samples of wood from the neighboring forests also are put on show in this beautiful museum.
Pandave Caves :
The picturesque Satpura ranges around Panchmarhi town hide countless natural and historical marvels. One of them is right inside the town - five rock-cut temples known as Pandav Caves. These rock-cut caves have been made in low hill and in front of this exciting monument there has been developed wonderful garden. Such garden is rather common sight of many Indian landmarks - beautiful tradition which would not harm visitor attractions in other countries as well.
Bee-Fall (Jamuna Prapat) :
A spectacular fall in the stream, which provides drinking water to Pachmarhi, Bee Falls presents a picturesque look. One of the most beautiful waterfalls of Pachmarhi, this charming water stream, which is also called as Jamuna Prapat, flows and jumps into the valley and makes a buzzing sound. This magnificient cascade fills ever-lasting memories when one stays under its cold, fresh and pure water.
Apsara Fall (Fairy Pool) :
A natural bathing pool formed by a tiny waterfall, Apsara Vihar in Pachmarhi is located near to the Pandav Caves. Though near the fall the pool is deeper, at the end it is shallow and this particular feature makes it a favourite picnic spot of tourists. The pool is easily accessible and an ideal place for safe swimming and diving. This pool is also known as 'Fairy Pool'. There is an interesting story behind this cute name. During the British reign, the English ladies used to come here for a good bathe and the locals used to peep through from the nearby bushes. Since the ladies are of white colour, the locals thought them to be fairy queens or apsaras and hence the name Apsara Vihar or Fairy Pool. Apsara Vihar is a lovely little shallow bathing pool and it is a recommended place for families with children.
Rajat Prapat (Silver Fall) :
Rajat Prapat also known as “Big Fall”, about 1 km away from Apsara Vihar, is a beautiful fall with a height of hundred and ten meters. The beautiful drops generated from water fall appear like shining pearls floating in the air. The fall gives a spectacular view during the rainy season.
Parasailing is a sport. Parasailers are put into a harness that is attached to a parachute. They hold on to a rope and are towed at high speeds behind a vehicle (usually a Maruti Gypsy /Boat,... Parasailing is a popular recreational activity that was developed in the 1960s..
Due to the type of construction it gives an appearance of Fort to Reachgarh. It has 3 entrance gates. It is surrounded by the hills from all the three sides.