Apsara Vihar (Fairy Pool)
Conveniently approachable from Jai Stambh, this is an ideal picnic spot for families and children, since the pool is shallow, deepening only towards the base of the fall, and hence safe. It is said that English ladies used to bath here giving impression of fairies to the locals. To reach this, one has to walk around 2 km through the forest, on the way to Silver Fall. The trek including small ascends and descends can be easily done.
Constructed in 1862, the Bison Lodge is one of the oldest houses in Pachmarhi. It now houses a beautiful museum depicting the rich flora and fauna of Pachmarhi.
The Cave Shelters
Some of the best cave shelters and groups of shelters around Pachmarhi are: Dhuandhar, approached from the footpath to Apsara Vihar, the paintings mostly in white include a group of archers with the typical Gond bun and hooped earrings. Bharat Neer (Dorothy Deep), has well executed animal paintings and when excavated in the 1930s yielded many pottery shards and microliths. Asthachal (Monte Rosa), there are four shelters with paintings, comparatively early linear drawings. Along the northern side of Jambu Dwip valley are some six shelters with many paintings of animals and human figures, including a detailed battle scene.