Pachmarhi has rich timber reserves including teak, but being a part of a reserve no new construction or felling of trees is allowed. Pachmarchi is rich in rare flora and fauna. It has endless nature spots, lush greenery, breath-taking views, waterfalls, and mountain streams. The forests of Pachmarhi, are filled with fruit trees such as – mangoes, jamun, custard fruit and less known delicious local fruits such khatua, tendu, chunna, khinni and chaar. The forest is also known for its richness in medicinal plants and herbs. Popular to tourists are places like Dhupgarh; the highest point of Satpura ranges. It is known for its sunrise and sunset vantage point, Rajat Prapat (large waterfall), Bee Fall, Chauragarh (Shiv devotees come here in huge numbers during Mahashivratri), Handi Khoh (deep valley), Apsara Falls (fairy pool), and Jatashankar (stalagmite-filled cave in a deep ravine).

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