If you're a nature lover but have never been in an authentic wildlife setting such as the ones depicted in popular franchises like Tarzan or The Jungle Book and have also not enjoyed yourself amidst the distant hooting of birds, the serene flow of a waterfall along with the wide expanse of green canopy away from the noise of civilisation, then these waterfalls in Vadodara should be your next destination. At a distance of about 90 km from Baroda in Gujarat, Zarwani Waterfalls are amongst the most sought natural destinations in India.
Jambughoda is home to one of the most breathtaking and magnificent waterfalls in Vadodara that you can visit. About a 100 metres in length and flowing with rich greenery, Hathni Waterfalls are surrounded by a variety of beautiful flora and fauna. If you find the peaceful sound of flowing water from streams and falls incredibly relaxing, then this is the spot for you. Or if you are looking to engage in some choicy nature photography while having a spiritual experience in the thick of dense forests, then this place should be on your bucket list.
As you sip in the tea or coffee from the stalls nearby, enjoying the picturesque panorama and the 150 feet tall waterfall roars down the edge, you will praise the wonder of the nature.
Vihigaon Waterfall is a perfectly refreshing weekend getaway in the lap of nature's bounty near Nashik. The waterfall is known for its captivating natural beauty and the 120 feet fall where the visitors can engage in rappelling for about 30 minutes. The hike stretch to the falls through the woods is also quite fascinating.
Dabhosa Waterfall is situated near Nasik in Thane, Maharashtra. Formed over Lendi River, these waterfalls in Vadodara fall down a height of around 300 metres. The spot also facilitates adventure activities like Kayaking, Valley Crossing, Zip Line, fishing and trekking.
Situated at 177 kms from Mumbai in Nasik, Dugarwadi Waterfalls is a beautiful cascade of silvery water amidst verdant greenery, enveloped in mountains. The waterfalls in Vadodara are synonymous with natural beauty, calm and tranquillity.
A sight that will for sure take your breath away, Dabdaba Falls a point of great natural wonder of Jawhar. Bounded by dense cover of lush green forests and other modern facilities, the prime attraction of the place is high and gushing water fall.
Located 25 kilometres from the bustling city of Indore, Tincha Falls are one of the most popular waterfalls near Vadodara. The milky white cascade is located in the Tincha village, also where the falls derive their name from. The roaring plunge of water at a height of 300 feet is a rain fed waterfall and is primarily a monsoon destination. The falls are also a canyon, nuzzled in between valleys Tincha is an ideal picnic destination and monsoon break away from the chaos that ensues in the cities.
The Patalpani Waterfall is located in the Mhow Tehsil of Indore district and is a popular picnic spot for the locals of the area. Surrounded by dense forest covers, majestic hills, clear skies and lush green landscapes Patalpani is perfect for anyone looking for a time out from their mundane schedules. The falls are at a height of 300 feet and produce roaring streams of white when the water flow is at its full capacity.
The Umbrella Falls are the falls formed under the Wilson Dam and the force by which the water falls on the naturally placed rocks that gives an impression of an umbrella.
Another waterfall attraction in Bhandardara is the Randha Falls of the Pravara river. The clear water of the Pravara river ferociously falls from a height 170ft into a magnificent ravine. However, this waterfall is only attractive in the monsoons.
Pilucha Dhabdhaba is a waterfall in a quaint little spot of Vikramgad. The gushing clear water freefalling from the mountains is quite a sight that attracts many travelers. The waterfall is in its prime during monsoons.
Which of these waterfalls near Vadodara have you visited? Let us know your experience in the comments below!
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