Apsara Vihar Waterfall - History, Timings & Entry Fee


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Distance (From Pachmarhi Bus Station): 3 Kms

Trip Duration (Including Travel): 1 Hour

Transportation Options: + Walk/Trek

Travel Tips: For people who are interested in sightseeing around Pachmarhi, the guests are required to take a day visit permit from Bison Lodge Museum. Moreover, the tourists also need to travel by local jeeps as cars brought from outside cannot be used at this place.

At a distance of 3 km from Pachmarhi Bus Stand, Apsara Vihar is stunning waterfalls located in Pachmarhi, Madhya Pradesh. Situated near Silver Falls, it is one of the waterfalls in Pachmarhi, and among the best places to visit in Pachmarhi especially for adventure enthusiasts.

Deep inside the jungle of Pachmarhi, Apsara Vihar is a small waterfall, cascading down from a height of around 30 feet into an inviting pool below. During the British rule, the English women were found bathing in the pool often who seemed like fairies to the locals and hence they called the falls Apsara Vihar or Fairy Pool. It is an ideal place for safe swimming, diving, and a natural open bath.

This is one of the most popular haunts for travelers and picnickers to take a break from the monotony and spend some time splashing in the water and taking in the ambiance of the place. One has to trek 1.5 km downhill the trail to witness the best view of the waterfall. It's a short trek from Rajat Prapat and is a sight to behold during the monsoon season when it cascades in all its glory.

Timings: 8 AM - 6 PM

Entry: Rs. 660 for Person without Guide & Rs. 960 per Person with Guide (inclusive of the entry fee for the museum, Satpura National Park, Bee falls, Dutchess Fall, Reechgarh, Astachal Ramya Kund, Rajat Prapat, Panchuli Kund, and Apsara Vihar)