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An hour away from Mumbai, THIS pristine waterfall promises you a spectacle of delights!

Be it a short-trek or a long picnic, this enchanting waterfall fits a range of your yearnings.

Away from the chaotic corners of the city life, Pandavkada Waterfall in Mumbai is a one-stop destination for all souls that find solace amid the treasures of nature. Located near Navi Mumbai in a suburb of Kharghar, this 107-metre tall waterfall surrounded by a diverse variety of flora is no less than a bewitching experience. Promising a dive into your heart's deepest desires, a day at this scenic and serene place can definitely take you on a trip, detached from the nonchalance of worldly pleasures.


From mythological tales to a magical experience!

Be it a short-trek in the company of your own self or a day-long picnic with your homies, Pandavkada Falls serves a range of purposes, suiting all your yearnings! If you are somebody enticed by mythological stories, this natural reserve will surely pull you in with its multiple interesting tales. It is believed that Pandavas stayed at this spot for some time and bathed at the waterfall. Folklore also has it, that there is a tunnel under the falls that provided shelter to the Pandavas.

When you will look at this gigantic waterfall surrounded by ample bright greenery, the magnificence of the landscape would assuredly leave you awestruck! Additionally, if you are a fan of exotic and exquisite kinds of local vegetation, you will undoubtedly have a moment of a lifetime, exploring this place.

Finding your way to the fascinating falls!

The easiest way to reach Pandavkada is via the Kharghar station. Alternatively, you can also travel from the Nerul station and then commute to the falls by taking a car or a bus. What is astonishing though, is that you have to shell out just 50 bucks for a day at this pristine and divine waterfall!

While the waterfall is incomparable in many ways, you have to ensure your safety because this is also known as one of the most dangerous spots in the city. During the monsoons, restrictions are often imposed banning visitors. So if you plan for Pandavada, do check the news for the latest updates.

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If the aesthetics of nature drive your soul, you have to plan a trip to this location ASAP! While the company of your best mates may enrich your experience, what you must not forget to take along, are a pair of binoculars and a camera. So give your eyes some rest from the screen, get hold of a calendar and plan your travel itinerary, for it is the time for your legs to tour through a spectacle of delights!

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