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"Sahyadris of three States"

Chorla Ghat Tourism

Chorla Ghat is a part of the Western Sahyadris at the intersection of Goa, Karnataka and Maharashtra. It is home to the Twin Vajra Waterfalls. It is a popular getaway in the Konkan region as the roads in Chorla promise a breathtaking view of the Western ghats. This ghat has been considered a biker's paradise and a favourite road-trip destination. It is about 50km away from Panaji, the capital of Goa.

A Nature Conservation Facility was established here to monitor the biodiversity of this hilly region. Families also visit Chorla Ghat to enjoy the indigenous flora & fauna including the rare Barred Wolf Snake (Lycodon striatus). There is lodging available here and activities are offered such as foot trails, jungle expeditions, treks and hikes.

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Suggested Itinerary

  • Begin driving towards the Chorla Ghat by 830am. Arrive at Goa or Belgaum the previous night or very early in the morning.
  • You should reach by 11am after which you can visit the waterfalls. You can get refreshed at your lodging after.
  • Take an evening forest-trail or nature-walk before heading to bed.
  • Wake up by sunrise and go for a jungle trek to observe indigenous flora & fauna.
  • After a healthy lunch, it would be wise to head back to Goa or Belgaum to avoid driving through the ghat after sunset.


Avoid travelling to Chorla Ghat after the sun sets. It is not advisable due to the winding roads and sharp hair-pin bends.

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What is famous about Chorla ghat?

Scenic drive through Chorla Ghats promises spectacular views of the hilly lanscapes. Considered special by bikers.

What is not so good about Chorla ghat?

Driving in a car through Chorla roads is risky as there are many hair-pin bends on narrow roads.

Who should visit Chorla ghat?

All who love nature and are comfortable with heights & winding roads.

What is the best time to visit Chorla ghat?

The best time to visit the Chorla Ghats is August - November. The hills are green and vibrant, right after the monsoons. Driving across Chorla Ghat can be risky which is why peak-monsoon is avoidable. Although, for adventurers and lone travellers, you may also travel between June-July if you wish to see the waterfall in full-flow.
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What is the best way to reach Chorla ghat?

Chorla Ghat lies between the three states of Maharashtra, Goa and Karnataka. The closest airport is the Goa International Airport (Dabolim Airport). The closest railway stations are Thivim, Goa or Belgaum, Karnataka. One can reach Chorla Ghat which is about 50km from Panaji, Goa's capital city or from Belgaum by road. You can drive or hire a taxi from either places, being a journey of 50km approximately.
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What are the places near Chorla ghat?

The top places near to Chorla ghat are Goa which is 35 km from Chorla ghat, Amboli which is located 37 km from Chorla ghat, Tarkarli which is located 80 km from Chorla ghat, Gokarna which is located 124 km from Chorla ghat, Sawantwadi which is located 42 km from Chorla ghat

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