Waterfalls in Indore

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Waterfalls in Indore

Indore is the most populous city of Madhya Pradesh. The charm of this city lies in its rich cultural heritage which has been preserved over centuries and along with the hints of urbanisation. Besides it's cultural charm, Indore also has some stunning waterfalls that are a requiem for all nature lovers. Don't miss out of these waterfalls in Indore.

Here is the list of 9 Waterfalls in Indore

1. Patalpani Waterfall, Indore

Patalpani Waterfall, Indore

Plummeting from a height of 300 meters, the Patalpani Waterfall is the most scenic photo stop in Indore. These roaring falls are enveloped by refreshing mist and dense verdure making them the favourite getaway picnic spot. The monsoons swell the falls and may make it risky for close encounters causing accidents. It is best to maintain cautious distance from the waterfall during the rains.

2. Mohadi Falls, Indore

Mohadi Falls, Indore

The breathtaking sight of water falling from a height is always thrilling, and Mohadi Waterfalls are just the perfect spot where you would take your family to visit for a picnic. Easily accessible, the waterfall is located at a distance of 30 kms from Indore, it is an idyllic picnic spot if you are looking for a break from the monotony of life and want to be with your family.

3. Bamniya Kund, Indore

Bamniya Kund, Indore

Bamniya Kund is a captivating waterfall 50 kms from Indore in Madhya Pradesh. Falling from a height of 300 feet, the waters gush down creating a colourful pool of clear blue waters, brown rocks and verdant green bushes. Tucked away in the depth of dense forests in the Malindi region near Indore, the waterfall is hidden away from the clearing. You will have to reach the Nakheri Dam at the base of the hill and the cascading waters are still a considerably long walk.

4. Chidiya Bhadak Fall, Indore

Chidiya Bhadak Fall, Indore

Chidiya Bhadak Falls is one of the unexplored and secret gem of Indore. Enveloped in lush greenery, and rocky cliffs, the waterfalls is a mesmerizing sight to watch and is a picture worth capturing. The waterfall also offer good trekking and hiking opportunities.

5. Gidiya Khoh Waterfall, Indore

Gidiya Khoh Waterfall, Indore

Gidiya Khoh Waterfall is situated near Indore and is essentially a monsoon fed waterfall. Hence the most ideal time to visit the waterfall is during the rainy season to experience the gurgling rush of water in all its glory and splendour.

6. Jogi Bhadak Waterfall, Indore

Jogi Bhadak Waterfall, Indore

Jogi Bhadak is a local waterfall situated in Dhal near Indore. It is one of the most charming and mesmerising waterfalls near the city. The waterfalls also provides various trekking and hiking opportunities and some adventure activities.

7. Hatyari Khoh, Indore

Hatyari Khoh, Indore

You might be thinking why would someone want to visit a place to relax with such a lurid name. But Hatyari Khoh is anything but uncanny. Rather it is the most beautiful place you can visit to getaway from the hustle bustle of the city. Located in the state of Madhya Pradesh,Hatyari Khoh with fascinating horror stories, lush green trees, mesmerizing waterfalls and majestic hillocks, Hatyari Khoh is a must visit place to be in the lap of nature.

8. Kajligarh Waterfall

Kajligarh Waterfall

The Kajligarh waterfall is located 25 kilometres away from Indore and the way leading to the falls has many villages which give you an insight into the rural life of the people living there. The falls are located near the abandoned Kajligarh fort that holds many secrets of the Holkar dynasty. Tucked in the mountains amidst lush greenery, the whole landscape around the falls will capture your attention and offer a lot for people who love to click pictures.

9. Bamniya Kund, Indore

Bamniya Kund, Indore

Watching water gush down from a height of above 300 feet is certainly pleasing and Bamniya Kund is exactly what you should be seeing while you are in Indore. Located 50 kilometres away from the city, it has various adventure activities like Trekking, Flying Fox and Camping as well. The trek goes through the woods nearby giving you a glimpse of the flora and fauna in the surroundings. The surroundings get slippery during the wet months, so it is better experienced before the monsoon starts.

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