Madhya Pradesh, also known as the heart of India, is a land of rich history, culture and traditions. We have all witnessed the beauty of this central state of India in the form of ancient buildings, splendid architecture and modern cities. So, why not explore its natural beauty this season?
Apart from its historical significance, Madhya Pradesh is also becoming popular amongst tourists for its scenic beauty and breathtaking landscapes which are dispersed across the state in the form of melodious rivers, enchanting waterfalls and mesmerising hills. Let's take a look at the must-visit waterfalls in Madhya Pradesh which are worth more than a day's visit.
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Falling from the height of 30 metres with the watercourse of Narmada river, Dhuandhar Falls is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Madhya Pradesh and certainly boasts of a rocky course which enhances the beauty of the falls when hit by water, making it splash all around.
Located in the Jabalpur district, Dhuandhar Falls is extremely popular amongst locals and has also started acquiring publicity from offbeat travellers across the country. Cable car service is also available just in case you need to watch the other side of Dhuandhar Falls. You can also take a boat ride in the river valleys of the Narmada flowing past the famous marble rocks.
Raneh waterfalls is a string of waterfalls in the long and deep canyon formed by the river Ken in the Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh. While small waterfalls in this canyon remain a year-round attraction, the large waterfalls appear only during the monsoon season when it rains heavily to fill the dried pits, which are made out of igneous rocks in the form of granite and dolomite. Falling from the height of 30 metres, Raneh Falls is a definite place if you are searching for an unexplored stoppage.
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One of the most beautiful and charming waterfalls in Madhya Pradesh is none other than the Patalpani which falls from the towering height of 300 feet and is located amidst the greenery of the Indore district.
Surrounded by rich vegetation, the calm and soulful atmosphere of Patalpani Waterfalls makes this place an ideal spot for picnic lovers and trekkers as well. Even though it goes dry during the summer season, it still remains a spot for trekkers throughout the year. How about taking up a trekking trail and roaming around the delightful space of Patalpani Waterfall?
Flowing down the Rewa Plateau, Keoti Falls is one of the highest waterfalls in North India with an elevation of 322 feet. The major speciality of this wonderful waterfall lies in its surreal location on the rocky plains of Madhya Pradesh at the edge of Chitrakoot hills. Being a part of Mahana river which is a tributary of Tons river, Keoti Falls makes its surroundings melodious and peaceful with its gushing sounds.
Flourishing beautifully in the luxuriant plains of the Rewa district, Purwa Falls is located on the Tons river and falls from a height of 70 metres which makes this charming falls, a must-visit waterfall in the state of Madhya Pradesh. If you are looking to enjoy in and around the rejuvenating environment, then Purwa Falls should be your destination this season. What can be better than gazing at the perennial beauty of nature?