Ahoy adventure aficionados! A trip to Bamniya Kund near Indore, will drench you in dopamine

This trip is an ideal way to enjoy the company of your friends, especially if you're a photographer or a trekker!

Located at a distance of 50 km from Indore, soak in the raw beauty of Bamniya Kund to let your endorphins kick-in. Placed at a towering height of 300 ft, the Bamniya Kund Waterfall exudes hypnotic magnificence that makes the entire trek an unforgettable experience. So if you like thrilling heights, sparkling waters and birdwatching, then this waterfall is your "Sheldon's spot"!

A healthy dose of adrenaline amidst nature!


The spectacular Bamniya Kund Waterfall is nestled in the quietness of nature, amidst the verdant forests of MP's Malindi region. To witness the cascading majesty of this waterfall, you will have to reach the Nakheri Dam at the base of the hill and trek almost 8 km ahead, to see the waterfall. The trekking trail is marked by beautiful woods, abundant wildlife and the melodious sound of birds which makes this seemingly exotic place, nothing less than delightful!

Apart from a scenic hike, you can also undertake other adventure activities such as rappelling and flying fox. Further, the picturesque backdrop of this waterfall makes this place a haven for nature photography enthusiasts. However, the surreal beauty of this place can turn anyone with a camera into a professional photographer!

How to reach?

The distance of 50 km (approx.) between Indore and Bamniya Kund, Badgonda Village, can be covered by road. The jungle trek to the waterfall begins at Nakheri Dam which can be reached on foot from Badgonda Village, after covering a short distance of approximately 4 km.

Knock Knock


You're in luck because the preferred time to visit this beautiful waterfall is from February to June. So, start breaking into your trekking shoes for a comfortable, refreshing and venturesome trip to Bamniya Kund Waterfall. Also, while you're on the trek, don't forget to take a short swim in the hot water springs on your way to the waterfall!

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