This vantage (small hole) viewing point marks the place from where Pachmarhi was discovered by Captain Forsyth in 1857. The British developed Pachmarhi as a resort and their influence is embodied in its churches and colonial architecture.
About 5 kms. away from the city, it is one of the finest falls, situated in the entrancing valleys of Pachmarhi. The imposing stream of water falls from the height of about 150 and lends itself to adoration by the viewers. A fantastic fall in the stream which provides drinking water to Pachmarhi. The bathing pools above the fall are very popular.
About 4 kms. away from the city, it is a deep valley. It inspires wonder and beauty together while presenting Natures scenery. Pachmarhi's most impressive narrow valley has a 300 feet high cliff and dramatically steep sides.
Easily accessible from Jai Stambh, this 'fairy pool' is an ideal picnic spot for families with small children, since the pool is shallow, deepening only towards the base of the fall.