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20 Attractions to Explore Near Chachai waterfall

Chachai waterfall
Chachai waterfallBeehar River, Chachai, Madhya Pradesh 486448, India

Chachai falls are more than 130 meters in height and are situated on River Bihad. These falls are the second highest waterfalls in Madhya Pradesh and is counted amongst one of the highest single-drop waterfalls in India.

Nearby Attractions

Purwa Falls
Purwa Falls3.93 KMs away from Chachai waterfall

Purwa Falls is a vertical fall of 70 metres when River Tons comes down through Rewa Plateau. It has religious significance according to Hindu mythology as it is close to many places associated with the Epic Ramayana. It is an awe-inspiring picnic spot and is also near to the holy pilgrimage of Basawan Mana.

Keoti Falls
Keoti Falls15.38 KMs away from Chachai waterfall

Keoti falls are formed when River Mahana which is a tributary of River Tons descends down the Rewa Plateau. The total height of this waterfall is 130 m. Many adventure sports are available which will surely attract many tourists. It is an ideal place for a day out owing to its scenic beauty.Keoti Falls is an example of a nick point caused by rejuvenation.

Rewa Fort
Rewa Fort30.05 KMs away from Chachai waterfall

This main tourist attraction of Rewa was built by Salim Shah. The canon, royal silver throne, museum hall's chandelier, arms gallery and the white tiger gallery are some of the interesting sites. There are two rivers behind the fort which gives the necessary scenic beauty to the fort. The arch gate known as Gorgi Gate is a good example of Indian architecture. This Fort also provides accommodations for tourists and it also houses a restaurant and a museum.

White Tiger Safari & Zoo, Mukundpur, Rewa, Madhya Pradesh

India’s maiden White Tiger Safari is a treat for wildlife lovers. Located in the heart of India, this beautiful place is surrounded by water bodies at one end and by the forest at the other . You will find sights to cherish for a lifetime and feel the thrill of spotting the ‘King of the Jungle ’out in the open! Apart from white tigers, the zoo is also home to other animals like bears, black bucks, lions and more.

Govindgarh Palace
Govindgarh Palace46.78 KMs away from Chachai waterfall

Govindgarh Palace was a summer retreat to the King of Rewa as it is surrounded by some enchanting waterfalls. The construction dates back to the year 1882 AD, and this palace is a work of the Baghela Dynasty. This palace is also considered as Mini Vrindavan and is famous for the Sundreja Mangoes and its breezy location.

Bahuti Waterfall (kadha)
Bahuti Waterfall (kadha)53.21 KMs away from Chachai waterfall

This is the highest waterfall in Madhya Pradesh which was on the river Sellar as it rushes down the edge of the Valley of Mauganj to join the Bihad River, which is a tributary of Tamsa or Tons River. It is an example of a nick point caused by rejuvenation. It has a height of 198 meters.

Kausambi Ashoka Pillar
Kausambi Ashoka Pillar62.10 KMs away from Chachai waterfall

This pillar is located in Kaushambi where it was erected by the great emperor of the Mauryan kingdom, Ashoka. It is in ruins but still holds much importance as it an artefact of the golden period of the Mauryan Empire and the great beliefs of peace harbored by Ashoka.

BanSagar Dam
BanSagar Dam67.02 KMs away from Chachai waterfall

Bansagar or Ban Sagar Dam is a multipurpose river Valley Project on Son River situated in the Ganges Basin in Madhya Pradesh, India with both irrigation and 435 MW of hydroelectric power generation .

Tulsi Smarak This is the smarak of the saint Goswami Thulasidas.

This is the smarak of the saint Goswami Thulasidas. Hundreds of people visit the statue of Tulsidas every day to see his identity, but due to mutual clashes, the buildings have been showing disrepair for four years.

Kalinjar Fort
Kalinjar Fort85.58 KMs away from Chachai waterfall

Kalinjar Fort is a fortress-city in the Bundelkhand region of central India. Kalinjar is located in the Banda District of Uttar Pradesh state, near the temple-city and World Heritage Site of Khajuraho. The fortress is strategically located on an isolated rocky hill at the end of the Vindhya Range, at an elevation of 1,203 feet and overlooks the plains of Bundelkhand.

Khusro Bagh Prayagraj (Allahabad)
Khusro Bagh Prayagraj (Allahabad)89.15 KMs away from Chachai waterfall

Khusrau Bagh is a large walled garden and burial complex located in muhalla Khuldabad close to the Allahabad Junction railway station, in Prayagraj. The three sandstone mausoleums within this walled garden, present an exquisite example of Mughal architecture.

New yamuna bridge allahabad
New yamuna bridge allahabad90.18 KMs away from Chachai waterfall

The New Yamuna Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge located in Allahabad. The bridge was constructed by the end of 2004 with the aim of minimizing the traffic over the Old Naini Bridge. The bridge runs North-South across the Yamuna river connecting the city of Allahabad to its neighborhood of Naini.

All Saints' Cathedral
All Saints' Cathedral90.29 KMs away from Chachai waterfall

also known as Patthar Girja is an Anglican cathedral located in Prayagraj, Modeled after 13th-century Gothic style churches, The cathedral is at the centre of a large open space at the crossing of two of the principal roads of Allahabad, MG Marg and SN Marg.

Triveni Sangam
Triveni Sangam91.09 KMs away from Chachai waterfall

This is the point of the confluence of Three rivers (Ganga, Yamuna & Saraswati). The point of confluence is a sacred place for Hindus, with a bath here said to flush away all of one's sins and free one from the cycle of rebirth. A place of religious importance and the site for historic Kumbh Mela held every 12 years, over the years it has also been the site of immersion of ashes of several national leaders, including Mahatma Gandhi in 1948.

Akshayavat
Akshayavat91.31 KMs away from Chachai waterfall

Akshayavat is a sacred fig tree mentioned in the Hindu mythology. According to a legend, once the sage Markandeya asked Lord Narayana to show him a specimen of the divine power. Narayana flooded the entire world for a moment, during which only the Akshayavat could be seen above the water level.

Allahabad fort
Allahabad fort91.47 KMs away from Chachai waterfall

Allahabad Fort is a fort built by the Mughal emperor Akbar at Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India in 1583. The fort stands on the banks of the Yamuna near its confluence with the river Ganges. It is recognised by the Archaeological Survey of India as a monument of national importance.

Shankar Viman Mandap
Shankar Viman Mandap92.11 KMs away from Chachai waterfall

Shankar Viman Mandapam is a Hindu temple in Allahabad dedicated to the Hindu God Shiva. This four story temple is built in memory of Adi Shankaracharya. It has an Indian Vimana stywl of Architecture.

The Allahabad Museum
The Allahabad Museum92.12 KMs away from Chachai waterfall

The Allahabad Museum is a national-level museum in Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh established in 1931. known for its rich collection and unique objects of art, and is funded by the Ministry of Culture. Moreover, it is a premier research center for archaeologists, historians, and academicians and carries out extensive research activities and publications in archaeology, art, and literature. Its rock art gallery has the largest collection of prehistoric paintings displayed in India .

Chandrashekhar Azad Park
Chandrashekhar Azad Park92.14 KMs away from Chachai waterfall

Chandrashekhar Azad Park is a public park in Allahabad. Built in 1870 to mark Prince Alfred's visit to the city, with an area of 133 acres, it is the biggest park in Allahabad. It was renamed after freedom fighter Chandra Shekhar Azad, who sacrificed his life here, during the Indian independence struggle in 1931.

Bhardwaj Ashram Allahabad
Bhardwaj Ashram Allahabad92.81 KMs away from Chachai waterfall

Bharadwaj Ashrama in Allahabad is symbolic of a continuum of Hindu culture and civilization since ages immemorial. During the time of Ram, River Ganga used to flow aside it as it was situated on the banks of the divine river. A shrine marks the spot on which once the hermitage of the sage Bharadwaj stood. Rama had met him and had a significant dialogue with him here.