Take a walk till the Bison Lodge, the oldest house in Pachmarhi. It is associated with Captain Forsyth, who spotted this hill station while leading the Bengal Lancers in 1857. The house is now converted into a museum depicting the rich flora and fauna of Pachmarhi and an open theatre showcasing documentaries on wild life.
Start your day by visiting an old church in the mountains. Its architecture reflects an English building style. Built in 1875 by the British, the architecture of this Church is fascinating. Its altar has a hemispherical dome on top with its ribs ending with faces of angels. The stained glass panes adorning the walls and rear of the altar were imported from Europe. The nave of church does not have even a single pillar for support. Its baptismal font is a rare brass piece and the bell is as old as the church.
Near Pachmarhi is central India's highest single-drop fall (107m), Rajat Prapat (Silver Fall or Big Fall). There are steps from the nearby Apsara Vihar pools which take you to the point where you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the waterfall. Many treks are also conducted in the area for the adventure seekers.
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