Located in the North Vindhyan range of mountains, Chitrakoot is notable for its religious and cultural importance. Chitrakoot means ‘Hills of many wonders’; the name itself reveals about the place. The city lies on the border between Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh and gets more vibrant during the festive seasons. Prime highlights of Chitrakoot are Kamad Giri, Hanuman Dhara, Janki Kund, Lakshman Pahari and Devangana. You can reach Chitrakoot through major modes of transportation like air, train and road.
Chitrakoot is easily accessible from all major cities of India.
By Air:- Khajuraho Airport is the nearest airport from Chitrakoot, at a distance of 192 km. The airport is connected to Varanasi, Delhi and Agra. There are easy availability of taxis and buses going towards Chitrakoot.
By Train:- Located at a distance of about 8km, the nearest train station to Chitrakoot is Karvi which is well-linked to other major cities of the country like Delhi, Mumbai and Jaipur. Taxi and bus services are available from Karvi train station to Chitrakoot.
By Road:- There are frequent bus services available to Chitrakoot from Agra, Allahabad, Banda, Chattarpur, Faizabad, Lucknow, Jhansi, Kanpur, Maihar, Satna and Varanasi. Some of the nearby places to Chitrakoot Allahabad-125km, Satna- 75km, Lucknow- 285km, Mahoba- 127km, Kalinjar-88km and Jhansi- 274km.