There's A Reverse Waterfall Just 3 Hours Away From Mumbai | Curly Tales

Under 140 Characters

Naneghat in the Western Ghats of Maharashtra has a Reverse waterfall that flows backwards in direction.

What Is It?

3 hours away from Mumbai is a place called Naneghat where there’s a mystic mountain from which flows a reverse waterfall. This gravity-defying waterfall is a stunning white cascading waterfall that falls over a ridge, allowing strong winds to go behind it and blow it upwards.

Naneghat is a mountain pass in the Western Ghats of Maharashtra near Junnar in Pune.

Also read: Pune Ranked As The Best Liveable City In India In 2018

Image courtesy: YouTube.com

What’s In It?

You can go on a trek to the Naneghat and up the mountain to witness this stunning waterfall defying gravity and making it a unique spot to visit. This phenomenon is rare and occurs only in the Monsoon season when the water current is strong.

Naneghat trek is a part of Ghatghar forest, 125 km away from Mumbai and 150 km away from Pune. The trek is a stretch of about 4 km and can be completed in a day.

Naneghat trekking point is accessible via the Kalyan – Ahmednagar Highway and also from Kalyan. You can catch a state transport bus from Kalyan bus stand to Junnar. The nearest village to the starting point of the trek is Vaishakhare.

Also read: This Gorgeous Villa In Pune Is Perfect For A Weekend Getaway

Deets

To know more about upcoming Trek to Naneghat Reverse Waterfall click here.

Address: Naneghat, Tal, Junnar, Maharashtra 410502
Phone: 095456 20541
Trek Cost: ₹750 per person (Approx.)

LIKE Curly Tales on Facebook | InstagramTwitter

You can subscribe to our newsletters