Nanemachi waterfall is an offbeat location in Maharashtra. It is situated in Mahad taluka in Raigad district, approximately 220 kms from Mumbai.
It is a must-visit for travellers who prefer offbeat locations in and around Maharashtra.
The waterfall is at its best during the monsoons & one should experience nature attraction inside a dense forest.
The waterfall flows in two stages & its height is approximately 400 feet. YES! IT IS HUGE!
Compared to Devkund & Kataldhar, this waterfall is more giant and easily accessible via a short hike. It is one of the hidden gems. One should definitely experience this adventure activity during the monsoon season.
The waterfall is located in Gugulshi village of Mahad taluka, and it is not easy to reach the base village via public transport; however, it is possible.
You maybe interested to read the following articles about other famous waterfalls in Maharashtra. Both the articles complete guides for the location.
The hike to the waterfall is relatively straightforward. The distance is approximately 3-4 kms, and it will take around an hour to reach the start point. Anyone with an average physical fitness can attempt the trek to this natural attraction.
The locals have laid out the entire trail, so the possibility of getting lost is very low.
During peak monsoons (July-August), the final patch of the trek gets a bit slippery; therefore, one needs to be careful and have shoes with proper grips.
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