Tamhini Ghat, Weekend Destination, 40km from Pune, Maharashtra

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Tamhini Ghat is 60 km from Pune. This place is just awesome. You will witness true beauty of Nature in Tamhini. There are many waterfalls along the road. Best time to visit in monsoon

Tamhini Ghat and Mulshi Lake must be in your list of monsoon weekend visits. Along with the awestruck weather, these places have mesmerizing waterfalls on their way, and roadside eateries (corn, pakodas, maggi, tea) are just cherry on the cake – you just can’t resist to have them. Although bikes are easy to ride and avoid jams on the way (at the ghat, lakeside, near waterfalls), if you’re a couple (and not a biking enthusiast), I’d suggest going by a car would be more comfortable because you “might” always find some nuisance creating people at such places. Also car would usually be less tiring in heavy rains, and it’s very common to see such rains in here.

Tamhini Ghats is close to 180 Km from Mumbai (lesser known as against Mulshi ghats). The place is a heaven during rainy season and has some breath-taking views and waterfalls.

Don’t forget to cover the valley. its almost 10 kms from the 3rd waterfall. take a right and travel for 4 kms. You will get to see beautiful and picturesque valley which will make you say just WOW !!

Best Time to Visit – In monsoons it’s scenic with its greenery and waterfalls. In winters also, the presence is supreme.

Best Way to Reach – Car or Bike

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Waterfalls & Rivers of Karnataka

Waterfalls & Rivers of Karnataka

Karnataka is famous for its waterfalls; it is home to some of the more spectacular falls in India. The waterfalls of Karnataka and Kudremukh National park are listed as must-see places and among the “1001 Natural Wonders of the World.” . Some of these are part of the database listing the Largest Waterfalls in the World.

BangaloreOrbit has listed large number of waterfalls in Karnataka and near to Bangalore. Al the waterfalls start from monsoon season of rains all of Karnataka’s major river systems (Cauvery, Krishna, Sharavati and Godavari) along their course provide some great views primarily during the monsoon season. It is primarily the Rivers of the Western Ghats who along their course create some of the deepest and tallest Waterfalls anywhere in the world.
BangaloreOrbit is the site which covers all this information in details  like Waterfall Location info, Waterfall  Climate/Weather, Waterfall  History , Interesting things to do in Waterfall, Interesting things to Visit in Waterfall, Mobile range info in Waterfall area, How to reach? Of Nearest Railway Station Waterfall and Nearest Airport and using Road Transport, Nearest Visiting places near to Waterfall, Nearest Petrol Pump near to Waterfall, Hotels/Lodge/Accommodation near to Waterfall, Things to carry, Tips & Suggestions to visit Waterfall, Help Line/Phone Number

 

Karnataka has a number of waterfalls. Jog Falls of Shimoga District is one of the highest waterfalls in Asia. Some well known waterfalls are Varapoha Falls, Magod Falls, Lalgulli Falls, Sathodi Falls, Unchalli Falls, Lushington Falls, Shivaganga Falls, Ulavi Falls, Irupu Falls, Sivasamudram Falls near Shivanasamudra, Balmuri Falls, Gokak Falls, Abbe Falls, Achakanya Falls, Chunchanakatte Falls, Hebbe Falls, Kallathigiri Falls, Sogal Falls, Godachinamalki Falls etc.

BangaloreOrbit is the site which covers all this information in details  like Waterfall Location info, Waterfall  Climate/Weather, Waterfall  History , Interesting things to do in Waterfall, Interesting things to Visit in Waterfall, Mobile range info in Waterfall area, How to reach? Of Nearest Railway Station Waterfall and Nearest Airport and using Road Transport, Nearest Visiting places near to Waterfall, Nearest Petrol Pump near to Waterfall, Hotels/Lodge/Accommodation near to Waterfall, Things to carry, Tips & Suggestions to visit Waterfall, Help Line/Phone Number

 

Top list of waterfalls in Karnataka and near Bangalore/Mysore/Mangalore

Abbey Waterfall

Alekan Waterfall

Balmuri Waterfall

Bandaaje Arbi Waterfall

Banni Waterfall

Barkana Waterfall

Benne Hole Waterfall

Burude Waterfall

Chunchanakatte Waterfall

Chunchi Waterfall

Dondole Waterfall

Gokak Waterfall

Hebbe Waterfall

Hemagiri Waterfall

Hogenakka Waterfall

Honnemaradu Waterfall

Irpu / Iruppu Waterfall

Jog Waterfall

Kalhatti Waterfall

Koosalli Waterfall

Kudumari Falls

Kunchikal Falls

Lalguli Falls

Magodu Falls

Mallalli Waterfall

Manikyadhara Waterfall

Muthyala Maduvu Waterfall

Nisargadhama Waterfall

Satodi Waterfall

Seetha falls / Koodlu Theertha falls

Shiv Gange Waterfall

Shivasamudram Waterfall

Sirmane Waterfall

Sootanabbi / Hanuman Gundi Falls

Unchalli Waterfall

Varapoha Waterfall

Vibhooti Waterfall

Waate Halla/Hole Waterfall

 

Waterfalls & Rivers of Karnataka
http://bp0.blogger.com/_BfUHXv-0iPw/RyTLhpAU-CI/AAAAAAAAAA4/K064ojYDCaE/s320/Hebbe_Waterfall.jpgKarnataka is famous for its waterfalls; it is home to some of the more spectacular falls in India. The waterfalls of Karnataka and Kudremukh National park are listed as must-see places and among the "1001 Natural Wonders of the World.” . Some of these are part of the database listing the Largest Waterfalls in the World.
BangaloreOrbit has listed large number of waterfalls in Karnataka and near to Bangalore. Al the waterfalls start from monsoon season of rains all of Karnataka’s major river systems (Cauvery, Krishna, Sharavati and Godavari) along their course provide some great views primarily during the monsoon season. It is primarily the Rivers of the Western Ghats who along their course create some of the deepest and tallest Waterfalls anywhere in the world.

BangaloreOrbit is the site which covers all this information in details  like Waterfall Location info, Waterfall  Climate/Weather, Waterfall  History , Interesting things to do in Waterfall, Interesting things to Visit in Waterfall, Mobile range info in Waterfall area, How to reach? Of Nearest Railway Station Waterfall and Nearest Airport and using Road Transport, Nearest Visiting places near to Waterfall, Nearest Petrol Pump near to Waterfall, Hotels/Lodge/Accommodation near to Waterfall, Things to carry, Tips & Suggestions to visit Waterfall, Help Line/Phone Number

The list of Waterfalls in karnataka

  • Abbey Waterfall
  • Alekan Waterfall
  • Balmuri Waterfall
  • Bandaaje Arbi Waterfall
  • Banni Waterfall
  • Barkana Waterfall
  • Benne Hole Waterfall
  • Burude Waterfall
  • Chunchanakatte Waterfall
  • Chunchi Waterfall
  • Dondole Waterfall
  • Gokak Waterfall
  • Hebbe Waterfall
  • Hemagiri Waterfall
  • Hogenakka Waterfall
  • Honnemaradu Waterfall
  • Irpu / Iruppu Waterfall
  • Jog Waterfall
  • Kalhatti Waterfall
  • Koosalli Waterfall
  • Kudumari Falls
  • Kunchikal Falls
  • Lalguli Falls
  • Magodu Falls
  • Mallalli Waterfall
  • Manikyadhara Waterfall
  • Muthyala Maduvu Waterfall
  • Nisargadhama Waterfall
  • Satodi Waterfall
  • Seetha falls / Koodlu Theertha falls
  • Shiv Gange Waterfall
  • Shivasamudram Waterfall
  • Sirmane Waterfall
  • Sootanabbi / Hanuman Gundi Falls
  • Unchalli Waterfall
  • Varapoha Waterfall
  • Vibhooti Waterfall
  • Waate Halla/Hole Waterfall

Karnataka hosts a very large number of waterfalls and river basins; there are more than 100 waterfall and river backwater or river side based Tourism destinations in Karnataka. This blog post is an attempt to catalog them by location and capture key highlights of these falls.

Waterfalls near to Chikmagalur

Hebbe Falls – Near Kemmangundi – River Sharavathi
Manikyadhara Falls – Near Kemmangundi – River Sharavathi
Kalathgiri Falls. – Near Kemmangundi – River Sharavathi
Shanti falls – Near Kemmangundi
Kadambi Falls – Near Kemmangundi
Sirimane Falls – Near Sringeri
Alekan falls – Near Kottigehara, Charmadi Ghat
Sirimane Falls – Near Kigga, Sringeri

Waterfalls near to Bangalore

Shivanasamudra Falls – 120 Km from Bangalore – Cauvery River – Second Biggest water fall in India and sixteenth largest in the world
Hogenakal Falls – 150Km from Bangalore – Cauvery River
Mekedatu – 90Km from Bangalore – Arkavati merges with Cauvery River
Muthyalamaduvu – 40Km from Bangalore – Arkavathi River
Chunchi falls – Near Kanakapura 90 Km from Bangalore – Arkavathi River

Waterfalls near to Mysore

Chunchanakatte Falls – Near KR nagar – Cauvery River
Balamuri – Near Mysore – Cauvery River

Waterfalls near to Coorg

Abbey Falls (also Abbi Falls) – Near Madikere – Cauvery River –
Irupu Falls – 50 Km from Madikere – Near Nagarhole – Lakshmana Tirtha River joining Cauvery River

Waterfalls near to Shimoga

Jog Falls – Near Sagara – Sharavathi River
Kunchikal Falls – Near Agumbe – Varahi River
Barkana Falls – Near Agumbe – Sita River
Arisina Gundi Waterfalls – Near Kodachadri
Dabbe Falls – Near Hosagadde, Sagar

Waterfalls near to Udupi (South Kanara)

Kudlu Teertha – 45 Km from Udupi – River Seetha
Jomlu Teertha – 45 Km from Udupi – River Seetha
Koosalli Falls- 85 Km from Udupi – Kundapura Taluka Near Shiroor
Kudumari Falls (Chaktikal Falls). – Kundapur Taluk
Bandaaje Arbi – Near Dharmasthala
donDole falls – Near Dharmasthala, kakkinje near charmaDi

Waterfalls near to North Kanara

Lalguli Falls – Near Yellapur – Kali River
Unchalli Falls (also Lushington or Keppa Jog Near because of the deafening sound) – Near Siddapur – Aghanashini River
burude falls – Near Sirsi or Siddapur – Aghanashini river
Magod Falls – Near Sirsi or Yellapur – Bedti river or Gangavati
Sathodi Falls – Near Sirsi – Kali River
Shivaganga falls – 40Km from Sirsi – Sonda River
Bennehole falls – Near Sirsi – Aghanashini river
Waate HaLLa Falls – Near Sirsi – Aghanashini river
Vibhooti Falls – Near Sirsi or Yana

Waterfalls near to Belgaum

Godachinmalki Falls – Near Gokak – Markandeya river joins Ghataprabha river
Gokak Falls – Near Gokak – Ghataprabha river
Vajrapoha Falls – Near Jamboti – Mandovi River

Waterfalls near to Raichur

Jaladurga Falls – Near Lingsugur – Krishna River

Travel tips for trekking at Waterfalls

Travel tips for trekking at Waterfalls

Dos

Don’ts

Tips

Go for forest friendly coloured clothes like
green/browns

Litter

Don’t jump into water pool as there
could be boulders beneath

Flat, comfortable walking shoes

Tease animals

Before plunging into stream for swimming seek
locals’ advice

Camera preferably with a tele photo lens

Talk loudly/make noise

Carry a bottle of kerosene to smear over
the shoes to avoid leeches

Torch, sunglasses and hat

Get off the vehicle unless asked

Do not step on bounlders covered with algae
as they might slip

Essential Medicines

Use strong perfumes

Stay away from alcohol and liquor

Binoculars

Pick up anything as Souvenir

Do not go too close to the falls, as the water pressure
could gush you out

Light jacket for winter

Touch insects/birds nest

 

Listen to sounds of nature

Wear bright coloured clothes

 

Observe/obey safety rules during safaries,
coracles/boat rides and rafting

Play music

 

Always be alert

Disturb the tranquivility of the place

 

 

Feed animals

 

List of Waterfalls in Madhya Pradesh

Tirathgad Waterfalls 
Bhoora Khon Waterfalls
Gangulpara Tank and Waterfalls
Gatha Waterfalls
Kapildhara Waterfalls
Kukdi Khapa Waterfalls
Lilahi Waterfalls
Pandava Waterfalls
Pawa Waterfalls
Raneh Waterfalls
Sanakua Waterfalls
Shambhudhara Waterfalls
Sultan Garh Waterfalls
Sitalamata Waterfalls
Tincha Waterfalls
Duandhar Waterfalls
Dugdhdhara Waterfalls
Chachai Waterfalls
Raneh Waterfalls
Apsara Waterfalls
Taxakeshwar waterfalls
Keoti Waterfalls
Rajat Prapat Waterfalls 
Patalpani Waterfalls 

List of WaterFalls in Maharashtra

1 Amboli Ghat waterfall
2 Chinaman’s waterfall
3 Chintamani waterfal
4 Dabhosa waterfall 
5 Dhobi waterfall
6 Dhodahvane waterfall
7 Dudhsagar waterfall
8 Kune waterfall
9 Lingmala waterfall
10 Marleshwar waterfall
11 Napne waterfall 
12 Nivali waterfall
13 Ozarde waterfall
14 Pandavgat waterfall
15 Shivtharghal waterfall
16 Thoseghar waterfall
17 Tiger waterfall 

List of Waterfalls in Tamilnadu

Agasthiar Waterfall
Agaya Gangai  Waterfall
Aintharuvi  Waterfall
Amirthi Waterfall
Anju Veedu  Waterfall
Ayyanar Waterfall 
Bamen Waterfall
Bear Shola Waterfall
Catherine Waterfall
Chinnakallar Waterfall
Chitraruvi   Waterfall
Elk Waterfall
Fairy Waterfall
Gaur Vellaiyan Waterfall
Glen Waterfall
Halashana Waterfall
Hogenakal Falls 
Jalagamparai Waterfalls 
Kalhutti Waterfall
Kalikesam Waterfall
Karteri Waterfall
Kiliyur Waterfall
Kolakambai Waterfall
Koraiyar Waterfall
Kovai Kutralam   Waterfall
Kumbakkarai Waterfall
Kutharapaanjan Waterfall
Kuthiraiyar Waterfall
Kutladampatti Waterfall
Kutralam Waterfall
Law’s Fall Nilgiris  
Mangalam Aruvi Waterfall
ManimutharWaterfall
Mayil Uthu Waterfall
Milk Waterfall
Monkey Waterfall
Neptune Waterfall
Paalaru Waterfall
Palaruvi  Waterfall
Pambar Waterfall
Papanasam Waterfall
Pazhathotta Aruvi   Waterfall 
Pazhaya Courtallam   Waterfall 
Peraruvi Waterfall 
Periyar Waterfall
Poombarai Waterfall
Pudur Megan Waterfall
Puli Aruvi Tiger Waterfall
Puthu Aruvi   New Waterfall
Pykara lower Waterfall
Pykara upper Waterfall
Sengupathi Waterfall
Shenbaga Devi Waterfall
Shenbagathoppu Waterfall 
Silver Cascade Dindigul Waterfall 
Siruvani Waterfalls   
Skamba Waterfall
Snake Waterfall
Suruli Waterfall
Thakkam thootam Waterfall  
Thalaiyar Waterfall
Thenaruvi honey Waterfall
Thirumoorthy Waterfall
Thiruparappu Waterfall
Thoovanam Waterfall
Ullakarvi Waterfall
Vaana Theertham Waterfall 
Vaideki Waterfall
Vattaparai Waterfall 

Travel tips for trekking at Waterfalls

Travel tips for trekking at Waterfalls

Dos

Don’ts

Tips

Go for forest friendly coloured clothes like
green/browns
Litter Don’t jump into water pool as there
could be boulders beneath
Flat, comfortable walking shoes Tease animals Before plunging into stream for swimming seek
locals’ advice
Camera preferably with a tele photo lens Talk loudly/make noise Carry a bottle of kerosene to smear over
the shoes to avoid leeches
Torch, sunglasses and hat Get off the vehicle unless asked Do not step on bounlders covered with algae
as they might slip
Essential Medicines Use strong perfumes Stay away from alcohol and liquor
Binoculars Pick up anything as Souvenir Do not go too close to the falls, as the water pressure
could gush you out
Light jacket for winter Touch insects/birds nest
Listen to sounds of nature Wear bright coloured clothes
Observe/obey safety rules during safaries,
coracles/boat rides and rafting
Play music
Always be alert Disturb the tranquivility of the place
Feed animals