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Pandav Falls

Pandav Falls

Cascading waterfalls, sparkling lake and the lush greenery are some of the factors that make the Pandav Falls grab the attention of the tourists coming from across the globe. Located within the territory of Panna National Park, the Pandav Falls is one of the scenic waterfalls and top places of Panna Sightseeing. The popular tourist attraction holds a Hindu mythological significance. In the sense, it is believed to be the place where Pandavas from Mahabharata sought haven during their exile period. On visiting the Pandav Waterfalls, tourists can witness some of the ancient caves that overlook a large pool of water. Pandav Falls is best for the nature lovers who are in search of serenity, purity and mystic atmosphere. Other than this, being an ideal picnic spot the place is not just visited by the tourists but also by the locals who love to spend quality time in the perfect setting with friends and family.

Best Time to Visit Pandav Falls?

Pandav Falls being one of the popular points of interests in the Panna district of Madhya Pradesh is visited by tourists from across the globe. Winter and Monsoon Season is considered to be the best for visiting Pandav Falls as the region remain densely green with the healthy water flow. Mentioned below is the seasonal breakup that will help the tourists plan a trip to the Pandav Falls accordingly.

Summer
season

25°C to 40°C March – June

As Panna experiences scorching heat during the summer season (between March and June), sightseeing at Pandav Falls is not possible during the daytime as the temperature rises up to 40°C.

Winter
season

8°C to 27°C Oct – Feb

Pandav Falls in the winter season (between October and February) is considered to be the best time to plan a visit to the popular and one of the beautiful waterfalls of Madhya Pradesh. The temperature varies between 27°C in the daytime to 8°C at night. It is this season when Pandav Falls experiences a maximum number of tourists from different parts of the world.

Monsoon
season

24°C to 32°C Jul, Aug, Sept

Pandav Falls can be visited during the monsoon season (between July and September) as it is during this time when Panna receives heavy rainfall making Pandav Falls look even more beautiful with lush greenery all around. Most of the tourists prefer visiting the Pandav Falls during the monsoon season.

How to Reach Pandav Falls?

Situated at a distance of approx 13 km from Panna towards Khajuraho, the Pandav Falls is visited by thousands of tourists from across the globe. Tourists looking for ways to reach the popular tourist spot, the journey to the waterfalls in easily accessible with all the means of transports including air, rail and road. Mentioned below is the detailed description in the ways to reach the Pandav Falls.

The nearest airport to Pandav Falls is the Khajuraho Airport which is located at a distance of approx 30 km. Getting down at the airport, tourists can avail the taxi services that take the tourists straight to the Pandav Falls.

Travelling to Pandav Falls by road is convenient as the tourist attraction is well-connected from the Khajuraho-Bandhavgarh or Panna-Jhansi route. Also, various bus services are available to Pandav Falls.

The nearest railhead to Pandav Falls is Satna which is located at a distance of approx 117 km. The second option is the Katni Junction which is well connected to the other major cities of the country including Varanasi, Mumbai, Delhi, Agra, Bhopal, Howrah and more. Getting down at the railway station, tourists can avail the taxi service that will help in reaching the Pandav Falls.

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