Timings : 24 hrs
Time Required : 1 - 2 hrs
Entry Fee : No Entry Fee
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Situated at the base of the Sahyadri hills near Bhambavali village in Satara in Maharashtra, Vajrai Falls is the highest waterfall in the state, falling down from a height of 560 m. The enormous spectacle is even more visually pleasing during the monsoons when the cascading waterfalls comes alive with energy and vigour and the surrounding hills are covered in verdant green plantations. The picturesque spot is a popular picnic spot and attracts a lot of tourists all through the year. However, owing to the fact that the waterfall is perennial, it experiences major tourist influx during monsoons. The three tiered waterfall can be reached through a short trek. For tourism purposes, the village of Bhambavali has also gained enormous popularity and has become a tourist hotspot in the region. Besides, the area also has some ancient caves and temples which add to the appeal of the attraction.