Must visit waterfalls in Maharashtra:

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Maharashtra is home to the several breathtaking waterfalls. With the arrival of the monsoon season, these flowing beauties come alive ,with their roaring sounds. In this blog, we will take you on a virtual journey to some of the must-visit waterfalls in Maharashtra:

Lingmala Waterfall:


Mahabaleshwar’s crown jewel, Lingmala Waterfall, exudes ethereal beauty and is a popular destination for tourists seeking respite from the city’s hustle and bustle. The falls cascade from a considerable height, creating a fine mist that adds a touch of mystique to the atmosphere. A visit during the monsoon season guarantees a captivating experience as the water flows with unbridled vigor.

Devkund waterfall:


Devkund Waterfall is located in Bhira. It has become extremely crowded and dangerous place. It is the confluence of three waterfalls and is said to be the origin of Kundalika River. It is about 3 hours trek from base village along the dam backwater and through forest to reach this place known as ‘Devkund’. A major part of the trek goes through some forests with the river running parallel and sometimes crisscrossing through the route. A guide is required to be taken during the trek as there is dense forest around.

Amboli waterfall:


Amboli Waterfall is situated in the Amboli village of Sindhudurg district in Maharashtra. It is a small part of the lush green Western. However, during monsoons, the way they come alive and mesmerize anyone passing through is seen to be believed. If you are planning for Road Trip then you should visit the Amboli Ghat waterfall.

Kuna Waterfalls:


The Kuna waterfall is a waterfall at Lonavala in Pune district.  The waterfall is divided into two sections and the highest drop of this three-tier waterfall is about 100 m. So visit during monsoon along with your friends or family and enjoy the rain and beautiful waterfall.

Bhivpuri waterfall:


 Bhivpuri waterfall is situated in the Karjat near Mumbai.  It is best to visit this fall during August-September. In short monsoon is the best time  to visit this fall. It will take 1 to 1:30 hours  to complete the trek. But the view is worth. 


These waterfalls of Maharashtra are not only proof of the state’s natural beauty, but also a source of joy and wonder for those who love adventures. Whether you’re a nature lover, an adventure seeker, or a photography addict, these waterfalls offer an unforgettable experience. So, pack your bags, and just go for these beautiful waterfalls and make unforgettable memories for life. And till than Happy travel!

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