Raneh Falls

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    Location: V2MV+GV6, Raneh Falls Rd, Dhoguwan, Madhya Pradesh 471606, India

    Visiting Time: 8 AM – 5 PM

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    Raneh Falls is an exquisite waterfall formed by the Ken River flowing over one of the oldest rocks on earth, the Vindhya Basalt. The falls are named after King Rane Pratap, the former ruler of the region. Located near Khajuraho, the waterfall was formed at the confluence of the Ken and Khudar rivers. The Raneh Falls mark the edge of the Rewa Plateau in Madhya Pradesh. The waterfall is surrounded by beautiful rock formations.




    Raneh Falls photo

    For nature lovers, Raneh Falls is a must-see, especially after the monsoons when it comes to life. Adding to its beauty is the impressive canyon with several waterfalls, most of which run year-round. The river that runs through it is the Ken River, which adds to all of the beauty. It is about 25 km from the city.



    Raneh Falls photo

    Raneh Falls is an hour’s drive from Khajuraho and is a must-see. Here Ken falls into the volcanic canyon and you can see five types of rocks. About 460 million years ago, a volcanic eruption created a 5 km long gorge, the Ken River rises hundreds of feet during the monsoons. Pink is granite, black is dolomite, brown is quartz, yellow is basalt, and red is jasper. The falls are located in the Panna Forest Reserve.

    Inside/Outside Views

    Raneh Falls, hidden away among the forests of Madhya Pradesh near Khajuraho Temple, is one of the most beautiful and mysterious spots in entire India. In spite of its jaw-dropping beauty, most Indians have barely heard of its name let alone visited it. The Raneh Falls: Grand Canyon at Khajuraho is easily one of the most valuable hidden gems in the treasury of India.

    Opening Hours

    24 hours

    Entry & Others Fees

    Entry Fee: Rs. 50 for Person

    Rs. 75 for Guide


    Rs. 200 for Car (Max 6)

    How to Reach

    By Air

    Khajuraho airport is the nearest airport and is situated 22 km away.

    By Rail

    The nearest rail-head is Mahoba situated at a distance of 75 km from the falls.

    By road

    By road is the best way to reach this place. You can hire a car to reach this place directly

    Tips for Travellers

    You must carry food and fresh water.


    Que: Is this place safe to visit?

    Ans: Yes it’s safe


    Que: Is photography allowed in this place?

    Ans: Yes it’s allowed and it’s free

    We wish you all the best for your journey. Happy Travel!!!

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