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Implying “the Hill of Many Wonders” Chitrakoot is a sacred land dotted by deep forests and serene river streams. The Omnipresent calm and repose of this beautiful bounty awaits you.

About The Locals: You will find the people here very generous and usually immersed in their religious rituals. They do not indulge in non-vegetarian cuisines and Alcohol.

Sightseeing: Right from the pages of Ramayana; Kamad Giri, Janki Kund and Ramghat are places not to be missed when visiting Chitrakoot. Indulge into the sanctity of Mandakini and find yourself in awe of the divine.

Places to stay

Budget- friendly and Comfortable Accomodation is easily available here. Your best bid would be Tourist Bunglow (Budget), Ram Kripa Inn (Budget) and lodgings provided by Madhya Pradesh tourism.

Places to Eat

If you’re looking for some traditional Maharashtrian food Panshikar Restaurant is the answer. But if you would rather go for regular but sumptuous Indian Cuisine Balwas restaurant totally does it.

Travel tips

The best time to visit Chitrakoot would be from October-March. Getting all your bookings confirmed in advance is suggested due to the increased inflow of devotees during these months.

Connected with Delhi and Agra the nearest airport to Chitrakoot is at khajuraho (175 kms). The nearest Railhead is at Karwi (11km).

If you prefer Non-Vegetarian Cuisine or Alcohol keep in mind the non availability of any such items while visiting Chitrakoot.

Tourist Information centre:


Tourist office
Railway Station, Satna
E-mail: tosatna@mptourism.com