5 beautiful waterfalls in Madhya Pradesh

In Madhya Pradesh - 5 beautiful waterfalls to visit during Monsoon

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There’s nothing more relaxing and invigorating than watching a waterfall, and it’s even more glorious when it rains!

 

So, if you are planning a trip to Madhya Pradesh make sure to visit some amazing waterfalls that the state is home to. Below we bring you the watery spots which you will find worth adding to your ‘must travel’ list during this season. Read on…..

 

Raneh falls, near Khajuraho 

Raneh waterfalls make for a must-visit when on a trip to Khajuraho. Situated about 22kms from this beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Site, Raneh falls is on the majestic Ken river. The main attraction here is the Canyon of crystalline granite 5km long and 100ft deep. Especially after rains, this waterfalls turns out to be a must-visit nature excursion due to the scenic surroundings all around the spot. This, in turn, gives an opportunity to the nature lovers to relax amidst the beautiful settings. 

 

Dhuandhar waterfalls, Jabalpur 

A must-visit for the tourists, this waterfall is one of the important points of interest in Jabalpur. The bewitching marble rocks as high as 100 ft are located on both sides of Narmada River. The river flows gently via these high marble rocks and after a short distance, the forceful river falls down a cliff to form Dhuandhar waterfall. The waterfall has been named so because of the smoky appearance of the water falling off the cliff with utmost force. 

 

Keoti Falls, near Rewa

If you happen to visit Rewa then Keoti falls should be in your must-visit list. Located about 37 km from Rewa, this waterfall tops the wish list of the nature lovers. The Keoti fall takes a plunge from the Rewa plateau, to meet the water below. Spending hours close to a place like this is such bliss as you get to experience nature at its best. So, this monsoon, explore Keoti waterfall where the landscape turns all the more green.     


 

Tincha falls, Indore

Tincha falls literally comes as a treat for the travelers who are traveling to Indore as the beauty of this falls blooms with the advent of rains. This tremendous cascade looks beautiful during monsoon and the surroundings around are worth every click. Frequented by locals and travelers alike, one can also plan a day picnic and enjoy a peaceful time with your loved ones. 

 

Kapildhara waterfalls, Amarkantak 

Witness the gushing flow of water and embrace the moment as you visit Kapildhara falls in Amarkantak. The holy waters of river Narmada plunge from a height and look beautiful  This is one of the most popular spots here to plan an outing with your family and friends. You will feel instantly rejuvenated by seeing the beauty around.   

 

So folks! What are you waiting for? Just set out with your loved ones and go on to explore these wonderful creations of nature. 

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