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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.
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.
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.)
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