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Kalmandavi Waterfall Trek

Are you looking for a unique adventure this summer? Do you crave a rustic jungle experience surrounded by free-flowing rivers and hidden waterfalls? If so, we have just the trek for you! Our hidden waterfall trek is located deep inside a valley, far from the crowds and noise of the city. We have deliberately kept the location a secret to ensure that you can fully immerse yourself in the area's natural beauty. However, this is a true outdoor experience, with no fixed toilets or restaurants nearby. If you are up for the challenge, join us on this unforgettable trekking experience like no other.

 

 

Highlights

  • Difficulty level: Medium 
  • Trek Duration: 30 mins trek till the waterfall
  • Cost for the trek: Rs. 1299/- per person

 

Day One: The group will meet at Dadar. The group will be picked up at various locations.

  • 10.45 pm - Pritam da dhaba in Dadar at 10:45 pm. 
  • 11.00 pm - The trek bus will commence
  • 11:15 pm - Sion Circle 
  • 11:25 pm - Followed by Kalanagar in Bandra 
  • 11:40 pm - Gundavali bus stop in Andheri East 
  • 11:55 pm - On the highway near Oberoi Mall in Goregaon
  • 12:15 pm - SGNP/Omkareshwar in Borivali 
  • 12:50 pm - Finally, Vasai Phata 

Day Two:  Kalmandavi Waterfall Trek from Mumbai 

04:30 am: Arrive at the trailhead 
05:00 am: Freshen up, and no toilets available 
06:00 am: Enjoy breakfast
06:30 am: Begin trek towards the waterfall
07:00 am: Arrive at the waterfall and enjoy
09:00 am: Start return journey towards base village
09:30 am: Reach base village and start return journey towards Mumbai
02:30 pm: Approximate arrival time in Mumbai

We will serve breakfast at the Highway as no restaurants are available around the trailhead. 

Please note for the Kalmandavi Waterfall trek from Mumbai 

  • We will provide Google Maps locations for pickup. You need to meet at these locations. 
  • Live location will be provided once the bus starts; you can track the bus.

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Inclusions

  • Mumbai to Mumbai travel by private Ac vehicle.
  • 1 veg breakfast
  • Treks and Trails leader expertise

Exclusions

  • Mineral water/lime water/ purchased for personal consumption
  • All kinds of Extra Meals / soft drinks ordered.
  • Any kind of personal expenses.
  • Any kind of cost which is not mentioned in the cost includes above.
  • All expenses incurred due to unforeseen and unavoidable circumstances like roadblocks, bad weather.
  • Any medical / Emergency evacuations if required.

THINGS TO CARRY

  • 2/3 liters of water
  • Proper face mask or shield
  • Sanitizer
  • Trekking Shoes provide more grip and comfort on the trek
  • Good Torch must with an extra battery
  • Some Dry fruits / Dry Snacks / Energy Bars
  • Glucon D / ORS / Tang / Gatorade sachets
  • One Day Backpack 20 to 30 liters
  • Sun Cap and Sunscreen
  • Personal First aid and Personal Medicine
  • Identity Proof
  • Please wear Full sleeves and Full Track Pant this will protect from Summer Sun / Thorns / Insects / Prickles


PICKUP LOCATIONS

Pritam da dhaba in Dadar


Sion Station Circle.


Kalanagar bus stop, Bandra


Gundavali Bus Stop, Andheri East


Oberoi Mall


SGNP/Omkareshwa


Vasai Phata




Policy and Terms

  • 75% refund if notified via phone conversation 8 or more days prior to the event date.
  • 50 % refund if notified via phone conversation 4 to 7 days prior to the event date.
  • No refund if the cancellation requested is less than 3 days prior to the event date 
  • No show No Refund.
  • Event Tickets cannot be transferred to another date against cancellation.
  • Event Tickets cannot be transferred to another person against cancellation.
  • If the event gets canceled we will refund "Trek Amount" only.
  • If the event is canceled due to any natural calamity, political unrest or other such reasons beyond our control the same cancellation policy will apply.
  • Refunds won't be issued if you cannot attend the event due to heavy rains, floods, traffic jams, car breakdowns or a personal medical emergency.
  • Your booking cannot be shifted to another date if you cannot attend the event due to heavy rains, floods, traffic jams, car breakdowns, or a personal medical emergency.
  • If your area is prone to flooding, traveling from a flooded area, heavy traffic, heavy rains, missing the train, or any other reason, if you cannot attend the event, we won't issue a refund or shift you to another date.
  • Management won't be held responsible if you are stuck due to heavy rains, traffic jams, personal emergencies or floods during the event.
  • If you are bringing kids, please understand the possibility of getting stuck or delayed. You might have to stay back due to heavy rains, floods, bus breakdowns, and rush at the trekking destination. We won't be able to refund or shift you to another date. You will have to wait it out till the weather clears.
  • Due to bad weather, floods, sudden changes in government rules, and overcrowding at the destination trek, the organizer has the right to change the trekking destination.
  • During the trek , due to any circumstances seen or unseen trek leader has the right to cancel the trek for safety reason. No refund shall be issued.

     

    Terms and Conditions

    • Kindly carry one Identity proof, at least for the trek with your address.
    • We all are going for an adventurous and exciting trekking expedition; please Do Not misinterpret it as a PICNIC or LEISURE TOUR.
    • The leader's decision will be final, and all the members should abide by it.
    • We do not destroy or dirty the archaeological, historical monuments, natural habitat on the trek.
    • Swimming is not allowed in the lake or water tank on the forts. Locals use that water for drinking.
    • Putting your feet in water tanks or on the canon is not allowed on our treks.
    • Any addiction is strictly prohibited, e.g. drinking, smoking, chewing tobacco anyone caught doing it will have to exit the trek without a refund and travel back on own expense.
    • People caught smoking or drinking alcohol will be asked to exit the event on an immediate basis.
    • Please do not carry or wear any valuables, ornaments, jewellery, etc. If carried, then we Do Not take any liability for the same.
    • Rock Climbing, Rappelling, Trekking, or any adventure activity is potentially risky. For all these events, you are at your own risk. Organizers are not responsible for any accident or compensation in whatsoever manner.
    • We should strictly follow the code of conduct to avoid troubling our fellow trekkers or other people from our group or outside.
    • Listening to music on earphones or Bluetooth speakers is not allowed while trekking.
    • Bluetooth speaker not allowed inside the homestay or camping tents.
    • Drinking/smoking,/eating is not allowed inside the tents.
    • If you damage the tent, break the tent poles, you will have to pay us for the whole new tent on MRP.
    • If you are late for the bus pickup and are not reachable on the phone during your bus pickup, the trek leader will leave without you, and we will provide no refund.
    • Please check things to carry and wear trekking shoes on our treks. 

    Frequest Questions

    Q: What is an e-certificate for trekkers and hikers?

    A: An e-certificate is a digital certificate awarded to participants upon completion of a trek or hike. It serves as proof of participation and achievement.

    Q: How do I receive an e-certificate from TreksandTrails?

    A: Upon your trek or hike with TreksandTrails, you will be sent an email with a link to your e-certificate. You can download it from the link, save it on your device, or share it on social media.

    Q: Can I share my e-certificate on social media platforms?

    A: You can share your e-certificate on all social media platforms. The e-certificate is designed to be easily shareable, so you can show your achievements to your friends and family.

    Eligibility Criteria for a Trekking Certificate:

    To be eligible for a trekking certificate, individuals must demonstrate adherence to safety rules, teamwork, and cooperation.

    Participants must achieve the following requirements for earning a trekking certificate: completion of the trek; physical fitness; teamwork and cooperation; knowledge of safety rules; environmental awareness; a positive attitude; great attendance; and punctuality. We appreciate their commitment to the sport of trekking and acknowledge their achievements.

     

    Frequently asked questions

    Can you tell me more about the waterfall trek?

     

    Are you looking for an adventure that takes you deep into the heart of nature? Do you want to experience the rustic beauty of a jungle and discover a hidden, perennial waterfall? If so, our hidden perennial waterfall trek is just for you! Located deep inside a valley, this trek is an ideal way to beat the summer heat and enjoy the calm, refreshing waters of a free-flowing river and waterfall. 

    We have deliberately kept the location a secret to avoid crowds and ensure you can fully immerse yourself in the area's natural beauty. Please note that there are no fixed toilets or restaurants nearby, and this is an authentic outdoor experience that will challenge and delight you in equal measure. We ask all trekkers to maintain cleanliness and safety and stay near the main waterfall area for their protection. Come and join us for an unforgettable trekking experience unlike any other!

     

    How to maintain safety on a waterfall trek?

     

    Waterfall treks are an exciting way to experience nature's beauty but can also be dangerous if proper safety measures are not taken. Here are some tips to help you maintain safety on a waterfall trek:

    1. Wear appropriate footwear: Wear sturdy, non-slip shoes or boots with good grip and ankle support. Wet rocks and uneven terrain can be slippery, so it's essential to have footwear that will keep you stable.
    2. Use a walking stick: A walking stick or trekking pole can help you maintain balance and prevent falls. It can also be helpful for testing the depth and stability of water before stepping into it.
    3. Stay hydrated: Bring plenty of water and frequently drink, especially in hot weather. Dehydration can cause fatigue and increase the risk of accidents.
    4. Follow the trail: Stick to designated paths and avoid taking shortcuts or exploring off-trail areas. Stepping on unstable rocks or slippery surfaces can cause falls.
    5. Swim with caution: If you decide to swim in the waterfall pool, make sure you are a confident swimmer and never swim alone. Be aware of strong currents, deep pools, and underwater obstacles.
    6. Respect the environment: Do not litter or disturb the natural habitat around the waterfall. Stay away from the waterfall's edge, and do not climb on rocks or trees.
    7. Listen to your guide: If you are trekking with a guide, follow their instructions and advice. They are experienced in the area and can help you avoid potential hazards.

    By following these safety tips, you can enjoy a waterfall trek while minimizing the risks and ensuring a safe and enjoyable experience.

     

    Will you provide life jackets for swimming?

     

    Yes, we will provide life jackets; you should enter the water only if you are a confident swimmer, as the pools are very deep and big in diameter. We will also carry a rope if required. 

     

    Do you get mobile reception during the waterfall trek? 

    There is a poor mobile network for most companies during the trek. Expect to be out of network during the trek. 

     

    Will there be a changing room after the trek? 

    Sorry for the inconvenience. The trek trailhead doesn't have a base village or restaurants. There is no changing room available. Girls can change inside the bus or at the restaurant near the Highway. 

     

    Can we drive in our car to the waterfall?

     

    Yes, you can drive in your car though we won't be able to service your request as there is a low mobile network, and we won't be able to communicate. 

     

    Is there a Kalmandavi waterfall entry fee?

    Locals might ask for a small fee or help of around Rs 20 to park on their farms or pass their small properties. As such, there is no fee charged for visiting the falls. 

     

    Do you need to know swimming to join this trek?

     

    You don't need to know swimming to join the hidden waterfall trek or Kalmandavi waterfall from Mumbai. Our trek leader will guide you, show you where to stay inside and enjoy a safe trekking experience. 

     

    Can you arrange this trek for our corporate group? 

    Yes, we recommend doing this trek on a weekday with your corporate or private group, as there is hardly any crowd around, and you can enjoy the wilderness. 

     

    Can you tell me the location of the Hidden Waterfall Trek or Kalmandavi waterfall from Mumbai? 

    You may be curious about the location of our hidden waterfall trek. However, we have consciously decided to keep the location undisclosed. This is because we want to avoid massive crowds and the issues that can arise from overcrowding, especially on weekends. 

    By keeping the location a secret, we can ensure that our trekkers have a more peaceful and enjoyable experience without any disturbance from large crowds. This will help our trekkers fully immerse themselves in the area's natural beauty and maximize their trekking experience.

     

    How to protect yourself from the summer heat during treks?

    Summer is a popular season for trekking, but it can also be challenging due to the hot and humid weather. Here are some tips to help you protect yourself from the summer heat during treks:

    1. Dress appropriately: Wear loose-fitting, light-colored clothing of breathable cotton or linen. This will help to keep you cool and comfortable in the heat.
    2. Wear a hat and sunglasses: Protect your head and face from the sun by wearing a wide-brimmed hat and sunglasses. This will help to reduce your exposure to harmful UV rays.
    3. Use sunscreen: Apply sunscreen with a high SPF (30 or higher) for at least 30 minutes before going outdoors. Reapply every two hours or more often if you are sweating or swimming.
    4. Stay hydrated: Drink plenty of water before, during, and after your trek to prevent dehydration. Carry a reusable water bottle and drink regularly, even if you don't feel thirsty.
    5. Take breaks: Take frequent breaks in the shade to rest and cool down. Avoid strenuous activity during the hottest parts of the day, usually between 11 am and 3 pm.
    6. Use a wet bandana or towel: Wet it with cold water, wrap it around your neck, or place it on your head to help cool down your body temperature.
    7. Avoid alcohol and caffeine: Alcohol and caffeine can cause dehydration and increase your risk of heat exhaustion or heatstroke. Avoid consuming these before or during your trek.

    Following these tips, you can protect yourself from the summer heat during treks and enjoy your outdoor adventure safely and comfortably.

     

    How to protect your mobile and gadgets during the waterfall trek?

    Protecting your gadgets during a waterfall trek can be challenging, as water and electronic devices don't mix well. Here are some tips to help you keep your gadgets safe during your trek:

    1. Use waterproof bags: Carry a waterproof or dry bag to protect your gadgets from water. You can also use a plastic zip-lock bag to protect your phone or camera.
    2. Keep gadgets in a secure place: Make sure to keep them secure so they won't fall or get damaged. A backpack with a secure compartment is a good option.
    3. Use waterproof cases: If you plan to take your phone or camera near the waterfall, use a waterproof case to protect your device from water.
    4. Avoid using gadgets near the waterfall: While taking pictures or videos near the waterfall may be tempting, it's best to avoid using your gadgets in such areas as it increases the risk of water damage.
    5. Turn off gadgets when not in use: To conserve battery life and prevent overheating, turn off your gadgets when not using them.
    6. Dry gadgets immediately: If your gadgets get wet, dry them immediately using a soft cloth or a towel. Avoid using a hair dryer or putting them in direct sunlight, as it can damage the device.

    Following these tips, you can protect your gadgets during a waterfall trek and prevent water damage. Remember to prioritize safety and be cautious when handling your gadgets near water.

     

    Best waterfall treks in Maharashtra 2024? 

    Maharashtra is home to some of the most beautiful waterfalls in India. Here are some of the best waterfall treks in Maharashtra that you can explore:

    1. Nanemachi Waterfall Trek: Located in the Bhandardara region, the Dudhsagar waterfall trek is one of the most popular treks in Maharashtra. The trek offers beautiful views of the waterfall and the surrounding greenery.
    2. Vihigaon Waterfall Trek: Vihigaon waterfall trek is a popular trekking destination in the Kasara region of Maharashtra. The trek is easy and offers stunning views of the waterfall.
    3. Kune Waterfall Trek: Located near Lonavala, the Kune waterfall trek is a moderate trek that offers scenic views of the waterfall and the surrounding lush green forests.
    4. Thoseghar Waterfall Trek: Thoseghar waterfall trek is beautiful near Satara. The trek is easy and offers panoramic views of the waterfall and the surrounding landscapes.
    5. Devkund Waterfall Trek: Devkund waterfall trek is a popular destination in the Tamhini region of Maharashtra. The trek offers beautiful views of the waterfall and the surrounding forests.

    These are some of the best waterfall treks in Maharashtra that you can explore. Remember to carry all the necessary trekking gear and stay hydrated during the trek.

     

    Can you tell me about Kalmandavi Waterfall address? 

    Approximately 8 km south of Jawhar town, you'll find the breathtaking Kalmandavi Waterfall. There is a waterfall that is one hundred meters deep and cascades nicely. Because of its rocky terrain, it is an excellent location for engaging in adventure activities such as rock climbing, rappelling, and trekking. The fact that this captivating fall continues to flow throughout the year is nothing short of a miracle.

     

    Where is Kalmandavi waterfall located?

     

    The Kalmandavi Waterfall can be found around 8 kilometers to the south of Jawhar town. It is a multi-level waterfall that cascades down 100 meters and is surrounded by rugged terrain, making it an ideal site for adventure sports like trekking, rock climbing, and rappelling. The distance between the highest and lowest levels of the waterfall is 100 meters. Due to the dangers that may be there, individuals of any age, including children and older people, should avoid exploring this waterfall.

     

    What is the best time to visit Kalmandavi waterfall?

    The monsoon season, which runs from July to September, is not the best time to visit the Kalmandavi waterfall since both the flow and the risk are too high during those months. The post-rainy season is the best time to go. Despite this, some travelers find the monsoon season the best time to see the Kalmandavi Falls. There are better times to visit this waterfall than the rainy season because of the potential for flooding and fast waterfall currents. 

     

    What are some adventure sports that I can do near Kalmandavi waterfall?

    The area around the Kalmandavi waterfall is ideal for engaging in various high-adrenaline activities, including canyoning, rock climbing, cliff leaping, and rappelling. To reach this waterfall valley, one must first hike down the hill for approximately 20 to 30 minutes while traversing a tricky section of dirt and stones. It is still possible to come close on bikes with less distance traveled, but motorists must park a considerable distance away as the road becomes narrower and outgrown bushes and shrubs will scratch your vehicle. 

     

    How do I get to Kalmandavi Waterfall?

    To reach Kalmandavi waterfall, you need to take Jawhar-Kaulale zap road and ahead take Aktar Road on the Right while on the drive. The location is about a 7.5 km 15 minutes drive from Hanuman Point, inside the market area. One must trek down the hill via a rough patch of mud & stones for about 20 to 30 minutes to reach this waterfall valley. 

    Bikers can still get close with less trek required, but cars must be parked far away. The Mumbai International Airport is 110 km from here. Restaurants or hotels near the waterfall need more snacks and water for this trek. Locals will ask for a small fee of Rs 20 to visit the waterfall and parking. Kindly help them. Don't negotiate. 

     

    Are Domjhira Waterfall or Domzira Waterfall and Kalmandavi or Kalmandvi Waterfall the same? 

    Domjhira waterfall is a beautiful hidden wonder located in Jawhar near Khadkhad Dam. It is a cascading waterfall with a vast pond forming at its base. The fall is between two rocky patches and among the most beautiful places in Jawhar. The location is not guarded, and some areas' water is very deep. If you are an adventure seeker, you should take advantage of this beautiful natural wonder.

     

    Waterfalls in the Palghar region

    Palghar district in Maharashtra, India, has beautiful waterfalls that attract tourists from far and wide. Here are some of the famous waterfalls in the Palghar region:

    1. Bhatsa Waterfall: Located near the Bhatsa River, this waterfall is surrounded by lush greenery and offers a beautiful view. It is situated near the Bhatsa Dam and is a popular picnic spot.
    2. Tungareshwar Waterfall: This waterfall is located in the Tungareshwar National Park and is surrounded by dense forest. It is a relatively less explored waterfall and an excellent trekking spot.
    3. Kaldurg Waterfall: Situated in the Kaldurg Fort area, this waterfall is a popular spot for weekend getaways. The waterfall is surrounded by scenic beauty and is an excellent trekking place.
    4. Vajreshwari Waterfall: Located in the Vajreshwari area, this waterfall is situated amidst picturesque surroundings. The waterfall is known for its medicinal properties and is said to have healing powers.
    5. Chinchoti Waterfall: Situated in the Tungareshwar National Park, this waterfall is a popular spot for nature lovers and trekkers. It is surrounded by dense forest and offers a breathtaking view.

    These are just a few of the many waterfalls in the Palghar region. Several other waterfalls in the area are equally beautiful and worth a visit.

     

    Can you tell me about Kalmandavi Waterfall caves?

    There are small underwater caves near the waterfall's lower pools, which locals navigate by entering at one pool and existing at the other. The cave exploring should be only done by experts with the help of locals as navigating these underwater cave systems at Kalmandavi waterfall can be risky and fatal. 

     

    What is the Kalmandavi waterfall contact number?

    You can chat with us for a quote for visiting the Kalmandvi Waterfall. The distance from Mumbai for the falls is 140 kilometers. The Kalmandavi waterfall address is 10 kilometers from Jawhar in the Palghar district. 

     

    Which waterfall is the highest waterfall in India?

    With a drop of 1493 feet, the Kunchikal Falls can be found in the Shimoga District of Karnataka. It is the highest waterfall in India.

     

    What is the distance of Kalmandavi Waterfall from Pune?

    Total kilometers 282 km; it will take six to eight hours to cover this distance. You can join our trek for Kalmandavi Waterfall, Shivajinagar, Maharashtra. Depending on our itinerary, our pickup points for the Kalmandavi waterfall trek from Pune are subject to change. 

     

    Kalmandavi waterfall distance from Major cities? 

    Below are the distance from different cities to reach Kalmandavi Falls. 

    1. Mumbai -The distance from Mumbai is 140 kilometers; it will take four hours via NH 48 and NH 160A.
    2. Thane - The distance from Thane is 110 kilometers; it will take four hours via NH 848.
    3. Nashik - The distance from Nashik is 80 kilometers; it will take two hours via NH 848.
    4. Pune - The distance from Pune is 282 kilometers; it will take eight hours via NH 48 
    5. Surat - The distance from Surat is 232 kilometers; it will take five hours via NH 48 
    6. Palghar - The distance from Palghar is 76 kilometers; it will take two hours via NH 160A 
    7. Manor - The distance from Manor is 55 kilometers; it will take two hours via NH 160A 

     

    Dabhosa Waterfall Trek

    In the Indian state of Maharashtra, Dabhosa town is home to a prominent hiking track known as the Dabhosa waterfall hike. The walk is well-known for its gorgeous waterfall and other natural features, contributing to its status as a popular destination for people who enjoy outdoor activities and natural settings.

    The settlement serves as the starting point for the hike to the Dabhosa waterfall, which may be completed in two to three hours. The path leads through verdant forests, rugged terrain, and streams, offering breathtaking views of the mountains and valleys in the area. The waterfall has a height of around 300 feet and is a breathtaking sight.

    The monsoon season lasts from June until September when the journey to the Dabhosa waterfall is at its most beautiful and enjoyable. At this time of year, the waterfall has a strong flow, and the countryside is lush, green, and alive with color.

    Before beginning the hike, you must ensure that you are in good physical shape and have all the essential gear, such as solid hiking shoes, water bottles, and gear to protect you from the rain. It is also recommended that you employ a local guide who can assist you in navigating the path and watch out for your safety.

    The hike to the Dabhosa waterfall is a fantastic opportunity to get closer to nature and offer some stunning vistas. Overall, it is an enriching and lovely experience.

     

    Which is the unexplored waterfall in Maharashtra?

    Maharashtra has numerous famous waterfalls among tourists, but if you're looking for a new waterfall. We have a list of the waterfalls in Maharashtra that still need to be investigated. Seeing the many possibilities for people interested in exploring unconventional locations is lovely.

    Vajrai Waterfall Satara - One of the most well-known yet little-visited waterfalls in Maharashtra is the Vajrai Waterfall, which can be found not far from Satara. The Vajrai waterfall is one of the tallest waterfalls in India, reaching a height of approximately 560 meters. It provides a beautiful perspective of the valley in the immediate vicinity.

    Domzira Waterfall: Another undiscovered waterfall with a breathtaking vista of the surrounding landscape is the Domzira Waterfall, which can be found near Jawhar City. The tranquillity offered by the waterfall, encircled on all sides by verdant forests, is ideal for getting away from the commotion of the city.

    Kalmandavi Waterfall: The hidden jewel of the Kalmandavi waterfall can be found close to Jawhar town. This waterfall offers a stunning view of the mountains and the waterfall as it cascades. Active throughout the year and famous for cliff jumping. 

    Milkyway Waterfall Tamhini Ghat: Another undiscovered waterfall, Milkyway waterfall, may be found in the Malshej Ghat region. This waterfall provides visitors with a beautiful picture of the Milky Way galaxy when viewed at night. People interested in astrophotography will find the waterfall a wonderful location because beautiful green forests encircle it.

    Nanemachi Waterfall: The gorgeous Nanemachi waterfall, which is located close to Mahad, is a waterfall that provides a peaceful retreat from the haste and bustle of the city. The waterfall is a famous destination for people who enjoy being in nature and experiencing outdoor activities because overgrown trees encircle it.

    Kumbhe Waterfall Trek: The Kumbhe waterfall is a hidden gem near Mahad. It provides a stunning view of the mountains and the waterfall as it cascades. Rapids is an extraordinary place for anyone trying to connect with wilderness since dense leafy trees envelop it, and it is a perfect getaway.

    Satsada Waterfall: Another undiscovered waterfall that provides a peaceful retreat from the city is the Satsada waterfall, located close to Mahad. The waterfall is located in an area characterized by its lush vegetation. It is a beautiful location for people passionate about the outdoors and experiencing new things.

    People eager to explore offbeat attractions and escape the crowds of the more popular waterfalls in Maharashtra will find these unknown waterfalls in Maharashtra are beautiful possibilities to consider.

     

    How many total waterfalls are there in Maharashtra?

    Maharashtra has 364 different waterfalls. We do not have access to real-time information or statistics about the exact number of waterfalls in Maharashtra. Maharashtra is a large state in India with diverse topography, home to numerous big and small waterfalls. Some famous waterfalls in Maharashtra include Devkund Falls, Thoseghar Falls, and Vajrai Falls. However, it's difficult to determine the exact number of active waterfalls in Maharashtra. New waterfalls may be discovered, and some may dry up depending on the season and weather conditions.

     

    Which is the biggest waterfall in Maharashtra?

    Vajrai Waterfall, located in the Satara district of Maharashtra, is the highest waterfall in the state. It has a total height of around 853 feet (260 meters) and is a three-tiered waterfall. Vajrai waterfall is a popular tourist attraction surrounded by the scenic Sahyadri mountain range. Thank you for bringing this to my attention.

     

    Which cave is behind a waterfall in Maharashtra?

    The Kondana Caves are located near Karjat, Maharashtra, and a waterfall is directly in front of them. The Kondana caverns are a set of ancient Buddhist rock-cut caverns that date back to the 1st century BC. These caves were discovered in the area of Kondana, Karjat. 

    Visitors can hike to the caverns by a scenic trail that passes through the waterfall, known as the Kondana Waterfall. The waterfall can be found on the Ulhas River. The waterfall and caves make for a popular tourist destination in Karjat, particularly during the monsoon season when the waterfall is most potent and the caves are most accessible.

     

    Kalmandavi waterfall timings?

    It is best to visit the waterfall early in the morning, around Sunrise, or late in the evening, around sunset. Expect crowds during both these times. Kalmandavi Waterfall timings are ideal for visits post-rainy season only. 

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