Nothing beats viewing a waterfall for relaxation and invigoration, and it's much more spectacular when it rains!
So, if you are planning a trip to Madhya Pradesh, make sure to explore some of the state's amazing waterfalls. We've compiled a list of aquatic destinations that you should add to your "must visit" list this season. Continue reading....
Raneh Falls is located near Khajuraho.
When visiting Khajuraho, the Raneh waterfalls are a must-see. Raneh Falls is located on the spectacular Ken river, approximately 22 kilometers from this lovely UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Canyon of crystalline granite, which is 5km long and 100ft deep, is the primary attraction here. Because of the picturesque surroundings all around the waterfalls, it is a must-visit nature adventure, especially after rains. This, in turn, allows nature enthusiasts to unwind in the middle of stunning scenery.
Jabalpur's Dhuandhar Waterfalls
This waterfall is a must-see for tourists and one of the most notable areas of interest in Jabalpur. The captivating marble rocks, which may reach heights of 100 feet, can be seen on both sides of the Narmada River. The river flows smoothly between these high marble rocks before crashing down a cliff to produce the Dhuandhar waterfall. The waterfall got its name from the smoky appearance of the water tumbling from the rock with great power.
Keoti Falls is located near Rewa.
Keoti Falls should be on your must-see list if you happen to be in Rewa. This waterfall, located around 37 kilometers from Rewa, is on the bucket list of nature lovers. The Keoti fall plunges from the Rewa plateau into the lake below. Spending hours around a site like this is really a treat since you get to enjoy nature at its finest. So, this monsoon, go to Keoti waterfall, where the environment turns greener.
Indore's Tincha Falls
Tincha falls literally come as a delight for visitors to Indore, as the magnificence of these falls blooms with the arrival of rainfall. During the monsoon season, this magnificent cascade appears stunning, and the surroundings are worth every click. Popular with both locals and tourists, you may also plan a day picnic and spend quality time with your loved ones.
Amarkantak's Kapildhara Waterfalls
When you visit Kapildhara falls in Amarkantak, you may witness the flowing flow of water and enjoy the moment. The sacred waters of the Narmada River cascade from a great height and seem stunning. This is one of the most popular places to visit with your family and friends. Seeing the beauty around you would quickly revive you.
So, everyone! What exactly are you waiting for? Simply set out with your loved ones to experience nature's magnificent masterpieces.
~by ADITI TARAIYA