Amboli Waterfall

Amboli water fall is situated at amboli ghat, in the Sindhudurg district of Maharashtra state, India. This hill station forms the southern range of the Sahyadri Hills. This is the last mountain resort before the coastal plain of the southern ranges of the Sahyadri Hills.

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Bhivpuri Waterfall

Bhivpuri Water fall is located in the outskirts of Mumbai after Karjat in Thane District of Maharastra State, India. It is the most beautiful Place to be visited, especially during rainy season. Once you step in this place,

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Dabhosa Waterfall

Dabhosa Waterfall is situated in the Dabhosa village on the Jawhar-Silvassa road which is 18 km from Jawhar, in Thane District of Maharastra State, India. Dabhosa waterfall is one of the highest waterfalls in Maharashtra.

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Dudhsagar Waterfall

"Dudhsagar Waterfalls", One of the best waterfalls in the Maharashtra, is located around 8 km to the west of Nasik near Someshwar Temple This is one of the most Beautiful spots around Nashik.

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Dugarwadi Waterfall

Dugarwadi Water fall is one of the best natural beauties in Nashik District of Maharashtra State, India. The adventure and nature lovers simply love to take a one day outing at Dugarwadi to feel the vibrant spirit of the monsoon season.

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Garambhi Waterfall

The Garambi Water falls situated near to Murud is a charming destination for water enthusiasts. Murud is located at Murud taluka of Raigad District in Maharashtra State, India.

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Kandhar Waterfall

Kandhar Falls is located at a distance of 7 to 8 kms. from Valmiki in Sangli District of Maharashtra. This fall is in the middle of Chandoli Zoo,hence surrounded by dense forest.This Fall starts from a 'U' shaped hill.

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Kune Waterfall

Kune Water Falls, Located at old Mumbai-Pune express highway, Near Lonavala in Pune district of Maharashtra, India. In the very middle of Lonavla-Khandala valley, a milky gush of water can be sighted which has a total height of 659 feet.

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