The Aharbal Waterfall In Kashmir Is The Slice Of Heaven We All Deserve In 2021

by Tania Tarafdar
The Aharbal Waterfall In Kashmir Is The Slice Of Heaven We All Deserve In 2021

A majority of us have been home arrested for what feels like eternity and travelling has become a dream that we will hopefully realise in 2021. But when you do start travelling again, you can make it big. And it doesn’t get better than Kashmir which will make you forget all the traumas of 2020. When you are in Kashmir, the Aharbal waterfall should top your bucket list. Aharbal Falls is among the unexplored parts of the heavenly Jammu and Kashmir, which gushes down and flows melodiously in seclusion. How about discovering this wondrous beauty?

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The Niagra Falls Of Kashmir Flows In Seclusion

Aharabal is also known as ‘Niagara Falls’ of Kashmir lies in the Kulgam district’s Noorabad area of Jammu and Kashmir. It is located on the Vishav River, a tributary of the Jehlum River, in an alpine valley covered in pine and fir trees. Aharbal is easily accessible from Srinagar, and it takes about two hours by car or bus via Shopian to reach there. An alternate route will take you to Aharbal via Kulgam.

Serenity Pronounces The Sound Of The Waterfall

Here, the boisterous waters of Vishav river tumble down straight 25 metres below at Aharbal creating a waterfall. The height may not be much, but the sheer volume of water crashing down on the rocks is enough to make its roar audible from a distance. In addition, the serenity all around pronounces the sound the waterfall. We Found The World’s Tallest Waterfall And It’s Indoors.


 Water Crashing On The Rocks

You can trek till the edge of the waterfall to enjoy it in all its glory. The waterfall is frequently visited by the local tourists and several travellers as it is a part of a hill station. The visitors encounter this beauty while on their way to Jammu and Kashmir’s profound yet mesmerising corners. Kashmir To Get World’s Tallest Railway Bridge, Taller Than Eiffel Tower At 1,178 Feet.

This is heaven, and we all deserve it after the trauma 2020 has been. Aharbal will surprise you with its compound surroundings and nascent beauty.