Top 12 Highest Waterfalls in Maharashtra During Monsoon Season

Maharashtra is one of the most important states in the country and blessed with plenty of natural landscapes, mountain, hills and ghats. Maharashtra is home to some of the most popular and beautiful waterfalls, The most famous waterfalls in Maharashtra during the monsoon season are Kune Falls,Vihigaon Waterfall,Lingmala Waterfall,Zenith Waterfall and Dhobi Waterfall.

Thoseghar Falls – Satara


Thoseghar Waterfalls is the tallest waterfall in India, located around 35 kilometers from Satara. The 500 meters tall Thoseghar Waterfall become more spectacular especially during the Heavy rains or monsoon season.

Vajrai Falls – Satara


The Vajrai Waterfall is situated near the Sahyadri hills 27km from the city of Satara and height is around 853 feet. Urmodi River is started from Vajrai waterfall, Other attractions like Urmodi dam, Thoseghar Waterfalls and Sajjangad fort are also around.

Kune Falls – Lonavla 


The Kune Falls is a three tiered waterfalls at Lonavla and ranked as the 14th highest waterfall in India. Kune Falls is a starkly beautiful waterfall that is known for its majestic splendor.

Lingamala Falls – Mahabaleshwar 

Lingmala Falls in Mahabaleshwar is one of the popular tourist attraction and July to December is the best time to see the waterfall. The Lingmala Waterfall is a fantastic sight to watch in Mahabaleshwar and Panchgani.

Zenith Falls – Khopoli 


Zenith Falls is located very close to Lonavala in Khopoli and ranked one of the top  10 attractions in Raigad. The Waterfalls come alive during monsoon season and becomes the place for trek on the hills around the area.

Dhobis Falls – Mahabaleshwar

Dhobi Waterfalls is a captivating locale which is lcoated at a distance of 3 kilometres from Mahabaleshwar. The path which connects Petit Road with Old Mahabaleshwar Road leads down to the Dhobi Falls.

Malshej Ghat Falls – Malshej


Malshej Ghat is a mountain pass in the Western Ghats of Maharashtra nestled in the lofty rugged hills and holds special value for hikers, trekkers and adventure lovers. It is one of the developing hill station in Maharashtra and home for most exotic migratory birds. Image Source:wonderfulmumbai

Amboli Ghat Falls – Amboli

Amboli is a hill station in south Maharashtra lies in the Sahayadri Hills or Western ghats. The ghat road of amboli has many waterfalls on the route and offers guests stunning views of the thickly forested valleys around.

Dugarwadi Waterfalls – Nasik 


The adventureous trek of Sahayadri Hills during summer and fascinating Dugarwadi Waterfalls during monsoon is one of the best natural waterfalls of Maharashtra. Dugarwadi waterfall is situated 30kms away from the wine capitla of Nasik with pristine surroundings and lush greenery.Image source:nashiktourism

Pandavgad Falls – Thane


The Pandavgad waterfalls are 350 feet tall and the 29th highest waterfall in India. Pandavgad Waterfall is a picturesque waterfall situated in the hills near the Thane-Belapur road,almost parallel to the Mumbai-Pune Highway.

Chinaman’s Falls – Mahabaleshwar

The Chinaman’s Waterfall falls towards the south into the Koyana Valley,located at a very small distance of 2.5 km away from Mahabaleshwar. Mahabaleshwar is not complete without a view of astounding cascade of Chinaman’s falls.

Bhivpuri Falls – Karjat 


The Bhivpuri Waterfall attract large number of visitors on weekends from Mumbai,located in Karjat Taluka. Bhivpuri small town is a preferred destination for weekends during rainy season.

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