Hill Stations in Madhya Pradesh

Hill Stations

Madhya Pradesh is a beautiful part of central India, serving as a great combination of hill stations, trekking spots, and wildlife sanctuaries. The Hill stations of Madhya Pradesh such as Pachmarhi provide a perfect weekend getaway for laid-back vacationers looking to escape the noise of the city with an unforgettable travel experience.

Here is the list of 4 Hill Stations in Madhya Pradesh

1. Pachmarhi, Madhya Pradesh - Queen of the Satpuras

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Known For : Bee falls Jata Shankar caves Pandava Caves

The only hill station in Madhya Pradesh, Pachmarhi is often known as the queen of the Satpura ranges.

Distance From Madhya Pradesh: 106.7 km via MP SH 22 and Madhya Pradesh State Highway 19A

Best Time: Throughout the year

View hotels starting from ₹ 599

2. Mandu, Madhya Pradesh - Lesser known architectural masterpiece

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Known For : Jahaz Mahal Rani Rupmati's Pavilion Baz Bahadur's Palace

Mandu is the epitome of architectural excellence that our ancestors seemed to have achieved. This city is testament to the unconditional love between Prince Baz Bahadur and Rani Roopmati. Mandu also boasts of the oldest erected monument of India.

Distance From Madhya Pradesh: 465.7 km via Indore - Bhopal Road

Best Time: October to March

3. Shivpuri, Madhya Pradesh

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Known For : Madhav National Park Chhatri The Madhav Vilas Palace

With a very minimal population and located at a height of 478 meters above sea level coupled with some of the most exotic attractions, Shivpuri makes up for a very tranquil and peaceful destination.

Distance From Madhya Pradesh: 439.3 km via NH 44

Best Time: November to March

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4. Omkareshwar, Madhya Pradesh - Mini Varanasi

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Known For : Omkareshwar Jyothirlinga temple Kedareshwar Temple Parikrama on the island

Situated at the confluence of the rivers Narmada and Kaveri, the holy city of Omkareshwar is shaped in the form of Hindu religious symbol 'Om', due to the merging of two valleys and a central pool of Narmada waters. It derives its name from 'Omkara' which is just one other name of Lord Shiva. Situated on the Mandhata islands, Omkareshwar houses one of the 12 revered Jyotirlingas and hence, draws thousands of devotees each year. It has two ancient shrines- Omkareshwar and Amarkareshwar. The sacred town also boasts of architectural wonders and scenic beauty, in addition to the pilgrim sites.

Distance From Madhya Pradesh: 373.8 km via MP SH 22

Best Time: October to March

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