Amarkantak Situated at an altitude of 1065 mt. at the meeting point of the Vindhya and the Satpura mountain ranges, Amarkantak is a pilgrim centre for the Hindus, and is the source of the rivers Narmada and Sone.
While the Narmada flows Westwards from Amarkantak, the Sone flows towards the East. The area is characterised by Holy ponds, lofty hills, forests, waterfalls.
* Narmada Udgam - A temple built at the source of the Narmada - the holiest spot in Amarkantak.
* Sonmuda - Source of the river Sone.
* Brighu Kamandal - Here we can see an ancient Kamandal or water pitcher which is always full of water.
* Dhuni Pani - A hot spring in a thick forest.
* Dugdhdhara - The water falls from a height of about 50 ft. in a milk-white cascade.
* Kapildhara - A picnic spot and a waterfall.
* Mai Ki Bagiya - A garden with a temple.
Best Accommodation at Amarkantak is an MP tourism hotel.
Typical Stay Duration – 1 night. Seasonality – Throughout