Vajrai falls, also known as Bhambavli Vajrai falls, is at the height of approximately 260 metres. It is located in Western Maharashtra in the district of Satara. The waterfall is the origin of the River Urmodi. The waterfall declines in three steps from a vertical cliff. This fall is chronic and hence never dries up. It flows for the whole of 12 months. The falls are encompassed with rich green mountains and various enchating valleys of flowers. The atmosphere around these falls is pleasing and helps loosen up. The place is quite clean, and hence it is a plastic free zone. For the whole purpose of safety, swimming is prohibited in the base of the fall as also the rock faces are slippery.
These waterfalls are located at about 25 kms from Satara, 145 kms from the city of Pune and 300 kms from Mumbai city. Commuting to these falls is easier with any public or private transport with trekking up to this fall as one of the options. The NH 4 would lead us to this spectacular Waterfall by a private vehicle. Satara Junction is the closest in the case of public transport. The best duration to visit the Vajrai Falls is during the season of monsoon. It is one of the adventurous base points for the trekkers during heavy rains.