"The Land of the Marble Rocks."

Bhedaghat Tourism At A Glance

Also regarded as the Marble Rocks of Bhedaghat, this small town has earned a reputation for the 100 ft tall resplendent rocks on either sides of Narmada in not only India, but all across the world. Bhedaghat is in close proximity of one of the major cities of Madhya Pradesh of Jabalpur.

Boating in this setting during a moonlit night would surely make up for an unforgettable experience. A few kilometres away are the thunderous Dhuandhar Falls which will take you a different level of brilliance.

Bhedaghat doesn't have much to offer for foodies as it is a small area and mostly visited just for the waterfalls and marble rocks. However, there are few stalls which serve snacks which can cater to the hunger needs of travellers.

See 7 Restaurants in Bhedaghat

Places to Stay in Bhedaghat

There are very few hotels in Bhedaghat, the most renowned one being the MPSTDC hotel Marble Rocks. But one can set their base as Jabalpur which hardly 20 kms away and then get set to visit the town of Bhedaghat. There are a lot of accommodation options available in Jabalpur. There is one luxury hotel, the Grand Heritage Narmada Jacksons and there are many other budget hotels also.

Commuting Within Bhedaghat

Bhedaghat is easily accessible by roadways also. State run buses are available from the city of Jabalpur. Government buses and shared auto-rickshaws are also available from Jabalpur to take you to Bhedaghat. The other method to reach Bhedaghat is by taking a motorboat from the jetty at Panchvati Ghat (Rs. 30 per head) and its a 50 minutes ride along the river Narmada.

One Day Itinerary

Leave for Bhedaghat early in the morning if you have kept your base as Jabalpur. Visit the Marble Rocks�and the Dhuandhar Falls in the morning and experience its magical view. Visit the Chausath Yogini Temple in the evening after returning from Bhedaghat and roam in the markets of Jabalpur.

Reviews about Bhedaghat

Do not get fooled by the locals while buying artefacts, enquire in a couple of places.


Have a guide with you or make a well researched plan for yourself and only then embark on to your trip.


Questions about Bhedaghat

By Subhobrata Das

Is it a better idea to visit Bhedaghat on a full moon night or any night is just as great?

Although Bhedaghat is one of those places which look straight out of a fairy tale pretty much whenever you visit it, moonlit nights here are just amazing. The river looks silver in the glow of the full moon and the imposing marble rocks. The experience of boating on a moonlit night is mesmerizing.

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