Achalpur, a village in Amravati district of Maharashtra, is surrounded by many dams and reservoirs. This area is a sought-after area by tourists and travellers alike. Achalpur is 51 km away from Amravati and 663 km away from its capital city, Mumbai. Chandur, Anjangaon, Bhatkuli, and Chikhaldara lie on the border of Achalpur. Its nearby cities are Murtijapur, Morshi, and Amravati.
Places to Stay
Achalpur does not have hotels in its vicinity. There are hotels located in Amravati. These hotels are Hotel Indrapuri (Tariff – Rs.590), Hotel Excel Executive (Tariff – Rs.799), Hotel Ramgiri (Tariff – Rs.574), and Hotel Maharaja (Tariff – Rs.614).
The languages spoken by the people of Achalpur are Marathi, Hindi, and English.
The most important festivals celebrated in Achalpur are Makar Sankranti in January, Maha Shivratri in February-March, Holi in March, Ganesh Chaturthi in August, Navratri in October, and Diwali in October-November.
Places of Interest
Achalpur is a village surrounded by lush green vegetation. It is a preferred place to relax for the locals as well as for the people of Amravati. Famous destinations around this area are Chandrabhaga Dam located 21 km away, a scenic waterfall and rock view at Muktagiri 21 km away, and Khatijapur Dam 14 km away.
How to Get There
Sonegaon Airport is located 200 km away from Achalpur.
Achalpur railway station is located within a 3-km radius from the main village. This railway station connects the village to other cities and towns.
There are buses from Amravati and Anjangaon that connect the village to nearby towns and cities. There are private bus operators like Noor Travels and Baba Travels that have regular bus trips from Pune, Indore, and Nagpur. Travellers can make use of online bus tickets booking facility provided by a number of travel websites.