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Devkund Waterfall – The one day trek from Pune and Mumbai (news update 2022)

Deep in the remote regions of Bhira , lies the beautiful waterfall with a stress buster view of clear water falling in one stream into a lake in which you can rest for a while after a great walk into the jungle. Devkund waterfall is loved by hard core travellers from across India and the world. So in this post you will learn more about this waterfall, do’s and don’ts and  Devkund Waterfall Trek from Pune?

Devkund waterfalls has became so famous in last couple of years that you will see hundreds of trekkers and non-trekkers visiting this beautiful waterfall.

Few years back Devkund waterfall was almost unknown & unexplored to the world since its hidden deep inside the jungle. As soon as photos got viral over social networks like Instagram and Facebook, the Devkund Waterfall became a Trekking destination for Pune and Mumbai people.

Devkund waterfall is said to be the origin of River Kundalika.

Since the walk to this waterfall is not that difficult many non-trekkers also enjoy visiting this place with little guidance.

I can say that Devkund waterfall is one of the most scenic location in India and comparable to many international destinations 🙂

You will surely enjoy walk through many streams and the lush green forest around, remember that many trails on this route are still unexplored so do not deviate from the navigated route. Also take care of the slippery rock patches round the way, use rope as needed to cross the streams.

Caution – Although Devkund trek is of medium difficulty level you must go with experience guide since last couple of years have experienced deaths of 2-3 techies due to drowning. Especially while you cross water streams, there is possibility of sudden water level increase.

Is Devkund waterfall is open now?

No – its closed till 31 oct 2022 due to section 144 imposed (update as on 6 july 2022).

Government Notice PDF for Devkund Waterfall Closed in 2022 – Download PDF Notice Here Is Devkund waterfall is open now its closed till Oct 2022 section 144 imposed

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Information about Devkund Waterfall trek :

Way to this waterfall passes through the famous Tamhini ghat and Mulshi dam. During monsoon season the road is covered with lush greenery and misty clouds.

Simply look around and you will see waterfalls everywhere .. clouds and mist …

Keep heading down this way till you reach Bhira dam to experience life’s most amazing experience 🙂

Once you reach Bhira dam, you can park your bike, car or bus near the petrol pump which is located at entry point of this village.

Alternatively now a days villagers are permitting to go ahead till the start point of Devkund waterfall and charge 100 Rs for bus.

Local guide for Devkund trek

Local people have realized importance of tourism and work as local guide. You can bargain depending upon your group size.

They also provide food on chargeable basis, so discuss about that upfront so that by the time you are back from trek, you get serving of hot and tasty food.

Like if you start from Pune at 6 am and reach Bhira dam by 8 am, then you get back from trek by 2 pm or so for lunch.

WARNING : If you don’t know swimming then do not enter into the Devkund pond.

Trek start point :.

Trek to Devkund begins from Tata power plant at Bhira or Bhira Dam

devkund waterfall trek location map

devkund waterfall trek location map

What is ENTRY FEE to the Devkund Waterfall?

  • Entry fees of 100 Rs PP by Devkund committee
  • Parking fees
  • 30 Rs Bike, 50 Rs Car, 100 Rs Bus

Time to reach waterfall :

It will take around 2 hours to reach Devkund waterfalls from Bhira dam

Tip : Way passes through many little streams of water, so use proper trekking gears Read my trekking shoes guide

Difficulty Level of Devkund Trek

  • High in monsoon season (July-Aug)
  • Mid to Low post monsoon season (Sept-Oct)

Is Devkund Waterfall SAFE ?

  • Yes, provided all precautions are taken and you listen to the locals

What is Devkund Waterfall Trek Distance?

  • As measured by me on Starva App, Distance is 4.38 kms (1 side)

devkund waterfall trek distance

devkund waterfall trek distance

What is Best Time to Visit Devkund Waterfall?

  • July-Aug à Peak period – high risk – high gain – Can’t go inside water
  • Sept-Oct à Safe period – Low risk – Enjoy the waterfall, go inside water
  • Nov-Feb à Waterfall becomes weak, still enjoyable

Warning : In case it is raining heavily then you must not goto this trek, there are cases of death due to drowning and also the Devkund waterfalls was closed for 3 months due to this.

Devkund Waterfall Trek from Pune

How to reach Devkund from Pune?

Devkund waterfall distance from Pune is about 100 kms >> Swargate > Katraj > Taminighat > Patnus > Bhira Dam

Devkund waterfall distance from Mumbai is about 124 kms >> Karjat – Khopoli – Pali – Bhira Dam

All that you have to do is drive down to Bhira village. Reach the TATA power plant near Bhira dam which is the major landmark to reach Devkund trek.

Mumbai to Devkund by Train or Bus:

Mumbai >> Karjat >> Khopoli by train

Khopoli >> Pali ( ST bus ) >> Pali to Bhira (ST bus )

Pali to Bhira ST Bus timetable :

Pali to Bhira >> 6.15, 8.45, 10.15, 13.45, 15, 16, 17.30, 18.40

Bhira to Pali >> 7.15, 8.20, 10.30, 14.45, 16, 18.15

Pune to Devkund by Train or Bus:

Pune to Karjat by train >> Karjat to Khopoli (train)

By Railway : 

Nearest railway station is Kolad from where Bhira dam is at 46 kms, you can hire jeep from this place till Bhira.

Devkund trek cost from Mumbai:

60 Rs = CST to Khopoli train return ticket

102 Rs =  Khopoli – Pali bus return ticket

40 Rs = Pali to Bhira Village bus return ticket

Total you need to spend 202 Rs for Devkund trek

Local guide charges are 100 Rs per person, so total trek cost is 302 Rs.

Food and Stay

People do stay near this waterfall in tents, however due to accidents forest department has banned staying at this place. Also there is fear of snakes and wild animals.

1) Vaibhav Devkund Adventure contact mobile no 7378499499 / 7248991173 3 Rooms available + one big hall which can accommodate a trekking  3) Shelarmama Homestay (Kundalika Bhojanalay) group

package 800 Rs PP included 2 lunch + bk fast + trek guide to devkund

2) Akshay Zore Homestay devkund contact 7066997443

I have tasted non-veg here and it was really tasty. Akshay family is really nice. Homestay charges are nominal 500 Rs PP included lunch and bk-fast

Contact phone – 8149410495 / 8793466634 / 7279283442

If you have any questions, do let me know and if you found this information helpful then let me know in comments below.

Do read useful article  15 Important Things to Carry for Trek in India

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Devkund Waterfall: Ultimate Guide for Trekking Lovers

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Immerse yourself in the captivating embrace of nature, where serene surroundings and awe-inspiring landscapes merge to form a unique experience only at Devkund Waterfall! This hidden gem, often called ‘God’s own bathtub’, is a haven for nature enthusiasts and trekking lovers.

Nestled amidst lush greenery and vibrant flora, Devkund Waterfall offers an unparalleled spectacle that promises to etch unforgettable impressions on your memory.

This article serves as your guide to this enchanting destination, providing intricate details about the Devkund Waterfall trek and its geographical location.

Get ready for an extraordinary journey that transcends the confines of the ordinary, leading you towards the heart of nature’s splendid marvels. From the dense forest trails of Maharashtra to the mesmerizing cascades of perennial waterfalls, every moment spent in this tranquil destination will surely be unforgettable.

Let’s delve into the magical world of Devkund Waterfall, a must-visit spot for every nature lover!

  • Average Trekking Fees: ₹1000 – ₹2,500
  • Distance: 3.5 - 4 kms (One Way)
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Duration: 2-3 Hours
  • Ideal For: Beginners & Experienced Trekkers
  • Best Season: June – September
  • Region: Maharashtra

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About Devkund Waterfall

Devkund Waterfall

Nestled in the heart of Maharashtra,  Devkund Waterfall  is a must-visit for everyone who loves nature and is fond of trekking. This enchanting waterfall is tucked away in the dense forests of the Western Ghats, offering a tranquil location for nature enthusiasts and adventure seekers alike.

Devkund Location

The mesmerizing Devkund Waterfall resides in the Bhira village in the Raigad district of Maharashtra. A journey to this spectacular waterfall takes you through a thriving ecosystem teeming with unique flora and fauna. The captivating landscape, marked by verdant greenery and daunting mountain ranges, paints an idyllic backdrop that adds to the allure of Devkund.

Devkund is often called a ‘pool of Gods’, owing to its crystal clear water cascading down from a height into a natural pool. The waterfall gets its water from three streams emerging from the Sahyadri Range.

Fun Fact: Did you know that ‘Devkund’ literally translates to ‘Divine Pool’?

Apart from its unmistakable charm, the location of Devkund makes it an ideal destination for those wishing to explore more of Maharashtra’s natural splendour. Just around 170 km from Mumbai, it offers city dwellers an escape into nature’s lap.

Nearby landmarks include the mighty Mulshi Dam (about 19 km away) and Tamhini Ghat, popular tourist spots known for their scenic vistas. An exciting detour can be made to these landmarks while visiting Devkund.

How to Reach Devkund Waterfall

Birds Eye View of the Devkund Waterfall

Reaching Devkund Waterfall from Mumbai and Pune is quite convenient as it is well-connected by road. Here are the routes for both cities:

From Mumbai:

Devkund Waterfall is approximately 170 km away from Mumbai. The journey can be completed within 3-4 hours , depending on the traffic conditions.

  • Start your journey on the Mumbai-Pune Highway (NH48).
  • Follow this route till you reach Khopoli Exit.
  • From there, take a left onto SH 92 towards Pali.
  • After reaching Pali, follow the road to Bhira village.
  • The waterfall is a short trek from Bhira village.

The distance between Pune and Devkund Waterfall is approximately 110 km , and it takes around 2-3 hours to reach.

  • Start your journey on Mulshi Road from Pune.
  • Continue till you reach Tamhini Ghat Road.
  • From there, head towards Dasgaon.
  • Then go towards Bhira village via SH 70.
  • Similarly, like in Mumbai, the waterfall is a short trek from Bhira village.

Nearby landmarks  you can visit while travelling include the mighty Mulshi Dam (about 19 km away) and Tamhini Ghat – popular tourist spots known for their scenic vistas. An exciting detour can be made to these landmarks while visiting Devkund Waterfall.

Note:  There are local guides available at Bhira village who can assist you in reaching the waterfall safely through the trek route. Please follow their instructions carefully, as some problematic patches could be along the trekking path.

Remember to respect nature’s beauty and keep the place clean!

Best Time to Visit Devkund Waterfall

Camping near Devkund Waterfall

When is the  best time to  enter this nature lover’s paradise? Well, the answer depends on what you seek from your journey. The beauty of Devkund Waterfall remains consistent year-round, yet each season offers a unique experience.

  • The weather is warm & pleasant in  summer (March to June) . The forests are vibrant with life, and the waterfall gushes crystal-clear water. It’s a time for panoramic views and soothing breezes that carry the fragrance of wildflowers.
  • Come  monsoon (June to September) , Devkund transforms into a mystical haven. Mist shrouds the forests, and cascading waterfalls appear more dramatic. The waterfall swells with rainwater, making it a sight to behold. Be aware that treks can be challenging during this time due to slippery trails; thus, adequate preparation is crucial.
  • Winters (October to February)  are marked by cool temperatures and misty mornings. The atmosphere is serene, with fewer crowds allowing for a peaceful exploration. This period is ideal for those who wish to enjoy the natural beauty of Devkund at a leisurely pace.
To witness the grandeur of Devkund in all its glory, consider visiting between June and September.

Devkund Waterfall Trek

Drone Shot of the Waterfall

Embarking on the  Devkund Waterfall Trek  is akin to stepping into a realm where nature rules supreme, and time seems to slow down. The trek through the  dense forest of Maharashtra  offers an unparalleled experience filled with rich biodiversity, serene landscapes, and the joy of discovering hidden wonders at every turn.

Trekking through the Dense Forest of Maharashtra

In the heart of this verdant wilderness, nestled amidst lush greenery, lies the path that leads to Devkund. The trek is as much about the journey as the destination. The trail meanders through dense woods and rocky terrains, unveiling nature’s grandeur in its full glory.

The forest, a treasure trove of biodiversity, is home to many flora and fauna. Among these are various species of birds that add a melodic rhythm to your trekking experience with their unique calls. Watch for the Indian Giant Squirrel or ‘Shekru’, Maharashtra’s state animal, playfully darting between trees.

As you tread further into the forest, you’ll come across trees like Hirda and Ain exhibiting strikingly beautiful barks in shades of orange and silver, respectively. The undergrowth teems with an assortment of ferns and mosses that carpet the forest floor in various hues of green.

While this symphony of nature unfolds around you, remember that these forests are delicate ecosystems that need our respect and care. Following responsible trekking practices is not just necessary but mandatory for their preservation.

Note:  Stay on marked trails to minimize impact on vegetation; leave everything as you found it—no littering or picking up plants or flowers; avoid making loud noises that can disturb wildlife; respect local customs and traditions.

By following these simple guidelines, we can ensure that our future generations also get to enjoy these natural wonders just as we did.

Embarking on the  Devkund Waterfall Trek  is more than just an adventure—it’s a chance to connect with nature at its purest while taking strides towards conservation. The dense forests of Maharashtra are waiting to be explored by sincere nature enthusiasts who value their beauty and significance.

Perennial Waterfalls in Maharashtra

Nested within the heart of Maharashtra,  perennial waterfalls  offer a breathtaking spectacle consistent throughout the year. The state has several such cascades, each with unique charm and allure.

Devkund Waterfall  is one such perennial marvel. With pristine waters cascading down a rocky cliff into a serene bathing pond, this hidden gem stands out for its unspoiled beauty and tranquillity. Lush greenery envelops the waterfall, providing a captivating contrast against the crystal-clear water – an embodiment of nature’s brilliance.

While Devkund’s secluded location and undisturbed environment contribute to its uniqueness, other notable perennial waterfalls in Maharashtra also demand attention:

  • Kataldhar Waterfall : Kataldhar Waterfall is a picturesque cascade located in the hilly terrains of Lonavala, Maharashtra, known for its stunning beauty and the thrilling trek required to reach it.
  • Thoseghar Waterfall : Thoseghar Waterfall, one of the largest and most breathtaking waterfall complexes in Maharashtra, tumbles down from steep cliffs in a mesmerizing display of natural beauty, surrounded by lush greenery and offering a serene escape for visitors.
  • Nanemachi Waterfall : Known for its scenic beauty, it offers an exhilarating trekking experience through dense forests.

Each of these waterfalls has its distinct features and attractions. Yet, what sets  Devkund Waterfall  apart from them is its untouched natural state and its thrilling trek through the dense forests of Maharashtra. It isn’t just a destination; it’s an immersive experience that beckons nature lovers to explore and appreciate the grandeur of nature.

In the next section, we delve into another aspect that makes Devkund unique –  Tamhini Ghat , the gateway to this serene waterfall.

Tamhini Ghat and the Surrounding Area

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Nestled in the Western Ghats, the stunning  Tamhini Ghat  sets the perfect stage for your journey to  Devkund Waterfall . This mountain passage between Mulshi and Tamhini forms a critical gateway to Devkund. It’s not just a route but an experience that offers picturesque landscapes and an array of natural attractions.

As you traverse the Ghat, you are welcomed by a canvas of emerald green hills under the limitless blue sky. The road unwinds amidst lush forests, cascading waterfalls, and misty valleys, providing breathtaking views at every turn. The panoramic vistas are an artist’s delight and a photographer’s paradise.

To be noticed is the enchanting  Mulshi Dam , situated near the start of Tamhini Ghat. Its expansive backwaters against the backdrop of verdant hills make it a popular picnic spot. Likewise,  Plus Valley , so named due to its plus-like shape viewed from above, offers a thrilling trekking experience for adventure enthusiasts.

The surrounding area boasts rich biodiversity for those interested in bird watching or wildlife photography. Sightings of rare birds like Crested Buntings or Yellow Footed Green Pigeon are not uncommon here. Sometimes, if luck favours, one might even spot a barking deer or a leopard lurking in the shadows!

The region also hosts several activities catering to different interests. From serene nature walks and challenging treks to adrenaline-pumping water sports at Kundalika River, there’s something for everyone.

In essence, the journey through Tamhini Ghat is more than a drive; it’s an exploration of nature’s bounty and an adventure preparing you for the marvel at Devkund Waterfall.

Devkund Waterfall, nestled in the heart of Maharashtra, promises an unforgettable experience for every nature enthusiast. The journey to this perennial waterfall commences at Tamhini Ghat, known for its scenic beauty and diverse flora and fauna. Trekking through the dense forests of Maharashtra, you will encounter hidden waterfalls and experience the thrill of discovering natural wonders off the beaten track.

Devkund’s geographical location enhances its appeal, surrounded by lush greenery and breathtaking views of nearby landmarks. Notable among them is Devkund’s unique standing among Maharashtra’s perennial waterfalls, making it a unique destination worth exploring.

For optimal enjoyment, planning your visit according to seasonal variations ensures an immersive experience. Remember, while the beauty of Devkund captivates every visitor, responsible trekking and conservation remain paramount.

With all these elements combined – beauty, adventure, and tranquillity – Devkund Waterfall is a must-visit destination for nature lovers. Embark on this journey to create memories that will last a lifetime!

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Discover Devkund Waterfall trek, one of the most popular treks in Uttarakhand. This article tells you about its trail and route map, best time to visit and experience at this location.

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The Devkund waterfall is a quiet spot deep among the Bhira dam’s woodlands. This location was previously unknown to trekkers, but it has recently gained popularity thanks to a hidden waterfall within the forest. In this article, our experts will provide you with all the Devkund waterfall trek details - Devkund waterfall trek map, Devkund waterfall trek time, Devkund waterfall trek distance, Devkund waterfall trek difficulty level , and much more. Scroll through to know more about this awesome adventure.

Introduction

Devkund Waterfall is a hidden gem of the Sahyadris, located 130 kilometres from Mumbai. It's also known as the 'Virgin Waterfall' since it was previously unknown to the rest of the world until it became popular on social media. It's a stunning convergence of three waterfalls that cascade down from a height of 80 feet into a deep 30-meter-wide pool. The river Kundalika is said to have its origins here.

It is a year-round waterfall that pours a large volume of water onto the rocks underneath it. Aside from that, the location has religious importance. Devkund is made up of two words: "Dev" and "kund," which means "Gods' Bathing Pond."

The three-hour trek is jam-packed with surprises. You'll be surrounded by massive mountains, thickly verdant woods, a clear blue sky, the sound of streams, and the sight of gorgeous birds on this walk. It will lead to a plethora of uncharted territory. Tamhini Ghat is seen when you stroll alongside Bhira Dam.

The nicest aspect is that it is a low-difficulty hike that everyone can do. The path is filled with wonders that will encourage you to stroll on level ground with modest elevation parts.

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  • Route : Jungle trail
  • Level : Easy
  • Endurance : Easy
  • Distance : Approx. 3 km
  • Location: Patnus, Mangaon, Raigad, Pune, Maharashtra 402308
  • Time: June to December
  • Mumbai Distance: 130 km
  • Pune Distance: 100 km
  • Lonavala Distance: 83 km

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Waterfall Trek Time 

The greatest time to visit is during the monsoon season. The weather is pleasant, and the environment is ideal for a hike or a day out. The Waterfall is most impressive during July and August when rainfall is highest.

Waterfall Trek From Mumbai

The Devkund Waterfalls are accessible by road from Mumbai. This is most likely the simplest method to get there. To go to Devkund, you must first travel to Karjat, then to Pali, and finally to Bhira. In Bhira, finding a parking spot might be difficult. As a result, it is preferable to drive to Pali, park your car there, and then take the bus to Bhira. If you prefer to go by bus, hop on one at Karjat Station, take it up to Pali, and change buses to Bhira.

Take a CST local to Karjat, then a bus to Pali, and finally to Bhira. Check your local listings for bus schedules.

Waterfall Trek From Pune

It takes around an hour and a half to drive from Pune to Devkund. If you're using GPS, follow the directions on the map or ask for directions along the route. The journey is pleasant; however, we recommend taking a taxi from Pune to the waterfalls because there aren't many parking spaces near the falls. Buses go from Khopoli to Pali and from Pali to Bhira to Devkund.

There are no direct trains from Pune to Bhira. To travel to the falls, take a train from Pune to Khopoli and then take a bus from there.

Waterfall Trek Map Details

The walk begins at Bhira's open parking lot. It's a well-maintained trail with signs at regular intervals. Unlike popular assumptions, being lost in the woods is practically impossible. The track is better constructed than a few well-known Maharashtra treks.

The track runs beside the Bhira dam reservoir for the first 30 minutes. Camping is not permitted near the waterfalls, so this is a nice area to pitch a tent if you plan to stay overnight. With the reservoir as a backdrop, this is an ideal camping spot.

From here, a modest drop will lead you along the reservoir's banks, where the track will continue into the forest. You must cross two dried-up creeks separated by around 20 minutes in the first 45 minutes. The landscape is a combination of open meadows and thickets.

After that, the route begins to ascend for a few minutes. Even though the ascent isn't very difficult, it does need a significant amount of effort. Along the walk, you may come across little huts offering tea, lemon juice, and snacks. Because this climb takes place in a deep forest, extreme caution is required when moving among the branches.

The route opens up to a rough stretch after the ascent is completed. A 10-minute hike through the rocks will bring you right up to the waterfall.

A control line has been drawn across the pond by locals. Swimming is permitted in the first half of the bisection. No one is permitted to get to the spot where the water meets the land since the depth is roughly 60 feet and people have drowned there in the past.

If you want to take better shots, October to mid-November is the optimum time to see the falls.

The journey is closed for travellers from July to September when the rain is at its worst.

Important Things To Carry On The Devkund Waterfall Trek

We're here to help you jot down some of the mandatory and suggested items you'll need to bring when packing the essentials.

  • Down Jacket /Main Jacket
  • Thermals (Upper & Lower)
  • Undergarments
  • Running Shoes/ Outdoor Shoes
  • Medicines (Diamox – to reduce chances of AMS)
  • First Aid Kit
  • Documents – Driver’s License, AADHAR Card, Voter ID
  • Passport and Visa copy for Foreign Nationals
  • Water Bottle
  • Mobile Charger / Travel Charger
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Sunscreen Lotion

Important Tips For The Devkund Waterfall Trek

  • At the base village, there will be a rudimentary toilet facility. Because this is an outdoor activity, please dress appropriately.
  • Anyone with a medical condition or history shall not be a participant in this trek. Still, if he/she does so, this will be at his/her risk. 
  • It is advisable to avoid travelling using personal vehicles due to the complex roads. 
  • Smoking, drinking, and smoking up should be avoided at any cost during the entire trek.

Major Attractions/Nearby Places

Devkund is a popular destination for thrill-seekers. A few spots are ideal for walking, hiking, and camping. As a result, it has grown in popularity as a destination for adventure tourism. The following are some of the key activities available around this waterfall:

1. Bhira-Devkund Trek

The 4.5-kilometre journey from Bhira village is the most popular and may only reach the Devkund waterfall. The most significant point is that the Devkund waterfall walk is very simple, with only a few difficult sections. It is situated at the height of 2000 feet. There is a registration desk in the hamlet, where the route begins. If you want to hire a guide, you may do it here, or you can just explore on your own because the route is well-marked with boards that provide a clear sense of direction.

You'll come across water streams and wide fields on the Devkund waterfall trek. The Bhira Reservoir is the first landmark you'll see, and it'll take you around half an hour to get there. You'll be crossing two creeks and climbing a minor incline in the next 45–50 minutes. After that, there's a rocky open area where you may relax. Small stores serve snacks, drinks, and water in the open area.

The rough section continues for another kilometre until it reaches the waterfall. The hike to Devkund Falls eventually ends with a rough road that leads down to the thundering cascade. It is a sight to behold, and the pool of water at the bottom appears to be multi-coloured. The view of the majestic Sahyadri Mountains, as well as the rocky terrains of green fields, is breathtaking. It's just amazing!

2. Camping Near Bhira Reservoir Dam

The Bhira Reservoir Dam is another famous destination for Devkund adventure tourism. It is a massive man-made lake generated by the Kundalika River's waters. The Tata Power Dam is another name for the dam. It is most known for its lakeside camping areas. It's only a half-hour drive from the Devkund waterfall, and it's still connected to the local Bhira hamlet.

Tourists flock to this dam to spend the night hiking to Devkund waterfall. Several people gather here for the picturesque vistas of the hills, the wonderful moonlight environment at night, and the thick foliage.

3. Visit Ghangad Fort

The famed Ghangad Fort is another tourist destination in this area. The Devkund waterfall is roughly 9 kilometres distant. Ekole, the mountain’s base settlement, serves as the beginning point for a fascinating hike. The route is secure and easy to navigate, with a lush forest around it. There isn't much to do here, but adventure seekers come here for the huge hiking opportunities.

The fort has two entrances and is 300 years old. To go close to the fort, you'd have to climb an iron ladder.

Several lakes, valleys, open fields, and hilltops provide excellent trekking, hiking, camping, and sightseeing opportunities. The areas in and surrounding Devkund waterfall are truly a paradise for thrill-seekers!

Frequently Asked Questions

1. is the waterfall always flowing throughout the year.

The waterfall's intensity is constant, but it peaks during the monsoon season; otherwise, it runs all year, unlike other waterfalls.

2. What is the Devkund waterfall trek difficulty level?

Only a short section of the walk is tough owing to the rocks, and it becomes slippery in the wet season, but the remainder of the track is easy and doable.

3. Is it possible to go to the Devkund waterfall without trekking?

No, it's not the case. There are no cars that can get there; therefore you'll have to walk for two hours to get there.

4. Are there any Bhira tickets available? And, in Bhira, do we have to pay for parking?

Yes, each passenger must purchase an admission ticket for INR 10/-. The fee of parking for two-wheelers is INR 30/- and for four-wheelers is INR 50/-.

The Bottom Line

The Devkund Waterfall should be on everyone's bucket list. Devkund Falls was a miraculous cascade, and seeing it was a fantastic experience straight out of a fairy tale. We advise every trekker to include this trek on their bucket list and visit this magnificent waterfall. Some other factors which induce us to this trip include awe-inspiring waterfalls. Also, one gets to play in the naturally created pool beneath the Devkund waterfalls. While trekking to Devkund waterfall, you'll come across dense pathways loaded with flora and fauna. Trekking is enjoyable and thrilling, and we’re excited for you to begin your trek! 

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  • Want to explore the secret serene place away from the mundane cacophony of the city? Let’s embark on one of the most beloved one-day treks in Maharashtra - The Devkund Waterfall trek. It is nature’s hidden gem, found in the middle of a dense forest, also named Devkund. It is located in Bhira village, near Kolad, in the Raigad district of Maharashtra. The waterfall lies on the Western ghats of Maharashtra It is close to Tamhini Ghat - a mountain passage in the crest of the Sahyadri ranges in Maharashtra. Tamhini Ghat is famous for its alluring landscape filled with sprawling valleys dense forests, and some of the prettiest waterfalls, riverbeds, and lakes.
  • Devkund waterfall Trek is about 170 km from Mumbai and 110 km from Pune. The journey to the base village is about 7 hours long from Mumbai and 5 hours long from Pune. It can be easily accessed through Mumbai Pune Expressway.
  • Devkund is a rare plunge waterfall in Maharashtra. It is a beautiful amalgamation of three waterfalls and is said to be the origin of the Kundalika River. The height of the Devkund Waterfall Trek is 2700 ft. approx.  The waterfall tumbles down with a strong gush on the rocky surface right into a natural pool of turquoise waters. The fresh waterfall flows throughout the year, making it one of the few perennial waterfalls in Maharashtra.
  • Devkund, also known as the “Bathing Pond of Gods”, this mystical fall also holds mythological significance and is considered sacred by locals. Some of the beautiful treks like Tamhini Ghats, Andharban, etc fall under this area.
  • The Devkund Waterfall trek distance is about 5-6 Kms on one side. It involves moderate trekking of 4 hours with an easy difficulty level. The trek route is plain in the majority of the portions, with some medium ascent of 300 ft at the end of the trail. The route to the secluded falls is an enchanting one as it meanders through lush jungles, gushing rivers, tiny hamlets, and mountain valleys. The terrain gets rocky and muddy in many places. It crosses 3-4 streams and vast open fields along the way. Along the path, there are cute little man-made wooden bridges to cross the waters. En route to Devkund, trekkers come across a hydroelectric power generating dam called Mulshi Dam, Or Tata Power Dam, in the quaint village of Bhira. The hydroelectric plant of Bhira was the third plant installed by the Tata Power Company Ltd in 1927. If you are lucky, you will catch a glimpse of picture-perfect sunrise against the backdrop of huge mountains, lush greenery, and glistening waters. The trek from Bhira to the waterfalls in Devkund will take around, 2 hours. When you finally arrive at the destination, you can witness the magic of white water cascading down from heights of 80 meters against a rocky surface creating a natural pool of approximately 30 diameters. The whole ambiance is so pure and pleasant.
  • Dip your feet in cool waters and enjoy the natural therapy that will lift your spirits. As the sun beams on the beautiful blue waters, you will know you have found your paradise. Be ready for some brilliant Insta-worthy snaps as the place looks so pristine, it's a scene straight from a fairy tale.
  • Devkund waterfall is an ideal getaway for anyone wanting an escape from the humdrum & hustle of chaotic city life.

Event Details:

  • Height:  2,700 ft
  • Trek Route : Jungle trail
  • Trek Difficulty : Easy to Moderate
  • Trek Endurance : Medium 
  • Trek Length : 05 km Approx.
  • Trek Location: Dongarwadi -  Patnus, Pune, Maharashtra 402308
  • Distance from Mumbai:  170 km
  • Distance from Pune: 70   km
  • Distance from Lonavala: 83   km

Batches  : 

  • December:24th
  • December: 25th

Event Fees:

  • Mumbai : 2500/-
  • Pune : 2000/-
  • Base Village:  1500/-

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(  Mumbai Pickup : Borivali, Malad, Goregaon, Andheri, Bandra, Sion, Chembur, Vashi, Nerul, Kharghar, Kalamboli McD )

(  Pune Pickup : Starbucks FC Road, Wakad bridge )

  • 10:00 PM: Borivali National park
  • 10:05 PM: Samta nagar police station, Kandivali
  • 10:15 PM: Sufi Irani Cafe, Goregaon
  • 10:30 PM: Hanuman Road Bus Stop Andheri
  • 10:45 PM: Kalanagar Bust Stop, Bandra
  • 11:00 PM: Neeta Volvo, Sion
  • 11:10 PM: Mankhurd Vashi Link Road
  • 11:30 PM: Vashi (under the bridge)
  • 11:45 PM: Nerul LP
  • 11:55 PM: Kharghar station
  • 12:15 AM: Kalamboli McD
  • 04:00 AM: Reach Base Village
  • 05:00 AM:  Breakfast
  • 06:00 AM: Start trek towards Plus Valley. 
  • 07:30 AM:  Reach at the Rappeling point enjoy some time there. Enjoy the view of the valley.
  • 08:00 AM: Start Rappeling post briefing session by instructors
  • 02:00 PM:  Once the group rapple down at the base of he devkund waterfall, start trek to Bhira village
  • 04:30 PM:  Reach Bhira and have lunch
  • 05:30 PM: Start return journey to Mumbai 
  • 11:00 PM:  Reach Mumbai. (Arrival Time Depends on Pace of Group and Traffic)
  • 05:00 PM:  Report at Fergusson College Main Gate
  • 05:30 PM: Pickups from Wakad Bridge 
  • 07:00 AM: Reach Base Village and have breakfast
  • 08:00 AM:  Start trek towards Plus Valley. 
  • 09:30 AM:  Reach at the Rappeling point enjoy some time there. Enjoy the view of the valley.
  • 10:00 AM:  Start Rappeling post briefing session by instructors
  • 05:30 PM:  Start return journey to Pune
  • 09:30 PM:  Reach Pune. (Arrival Time Depends on Pace of Group and Traffic)
  • Travel from Mumbai & to Pune by Private bus as per govt COVID guidelines
  • All the technical and safety equipememnts and support
  • Breakfast & Tea
  • Lunch ( Veg Thali )
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  • Entry Charges.
  • Expertise Charges. 
  • First Aid Charges.
  • Travel till pickup points
  • 5% Gst on booking tickets
  • Any kind of personal expense like Mineral water/lime water/ Soft Drinks/ Extra snacks or meals that are not included in the inclusions, purchased for personal consumption 
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  • All expenses incurred due to unforeseen and unavoidable circumstances like roadblocks, bad weather
  • Any medical / Emergency evacuations if required
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Things to carry:

(Highly Required and Mandatory Things)

  • backpack (waterproof or covered with waterproof cover) 
  • trekking shoes or any sports shoes with a Good grip
  • Trekking pants (compulsory), 2 T-Shirts (Preferably full sleeves or Half T-shirt with sleeves), Raincoat/ waterproof jacket/ windcheater, Handnapkin/Towel, etc
  • Water 2-3 liters.
  • Ready-to-eat food like plum cakes, Dry fruits, dry snacks and biscuits, Chikki, chocolate bars, etc.
  • Personal Medicines and Personal First aid 

(Required but Optional Things)

  • To change after trekking - Facewash, Extra pants/ shorts, Extra T-shirt, sleeper/ floaters, an extra bag to carry your trekking shoes, innerwear, etc
  • Sweater For bus journey
  • Electoral or Glucose D powder. 
  • Portable Phone Charger, Earphones, etc.
  • Sun protection cap, sunglasses, Sunscreen lotion, toothbrush-toothpaste, etc
  • Proper face mask or shield 
  • Extra Pair of clothes.

(Note: Please wear Full sleeves and Full Track Pant,  this will protect your body and skin from Sun / Thorns / Insects / Prickles, etc)

Reporting Point:

  • 10:00 PM: Borivali National park ( https://goo.gl/maps/qvxmxjK8Tmn5JgScA )
  • 10:05 PM: Samta nagar police station, Kandivali ( https://goo.gl/maps/kRgGJ9XvYK3d8FWAA )
  • 10:15 PM: Sufi Irani Cafe, Goregaon ( https://goo.gl/maps/4ZTNqab65pKPDoNC9 )
  • 10:30 PM: Hanuman Road Bus Stop Andheri ( https://goo.gl/maps/SWKWuGMXSWgajCsSA )
  • 10:45 PM: Kalanagar Bust Stop, Bandra ( https://goo.gl/maps/jGkGpBZrRto5gRTJ9 )
  • 11:00 PM: Neeta Volvo, Sion ( https://goo.gl/maps/iidWMx1DKGybV9jC9 )
  • 11:10 PM: Mankhurd Vashi Link Road ( https://goo.gl/maps/m6TtFVkCkHd6MdKr7 )
  • 11:30 PM: Vashi (under the bridge) ( https://goo.gl/maps/3dpGHKPvf49FgJj6A )
  • 11:45 PM: Nerul LP ( https://goo.gl/maps/tpntbzeYVijHQieF7 )
  • 11:55 PM: Kharghar station ( https://goo.gl/maps/y7hNW9wxMV7tByPr5 )
  • 12:15 AM: Kalamboli McD ( https://goo.gl/maps/F4bqaobJhjcPQ8zK9 )
  • 05:00 AM: Furgussion College ( https://goo.gl/maps/53XNsyDPwcSVReZW9 ) 
  • 05:30 AM: Wakad bridge  ( https://goo.gl/maps/bwg9SECAAx7JRXPG9 )

Return Arrival:

  • 10:00 PM at Borivali on Sunday.
  • 08:00 PM at Furgussion College on Sunday.

Return time is subjective to the speed of the group, traffic in return, or any unwanted situation beyond our control and can be delayed. Please inform your family members accordingly.

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Places to visit near Devkund Waterfall:

  • Tata Power Dam at Bhira
  • Kundailika River
  • Andharban Trek endpoint
  • Tamhini Ghats

How to reach Devkund Waterfall:

It is a few hours drive to reach the Devkund waterfall trek from Mumbai and Pune. There are many public and private transportation means that connect the town with the cities. You can either take a bus, or cab or drive to the Bhira village through Karjat-Pali- Bhira route. One can also opt to travel by local transport. In that case, board a CST local to Karjat. Take a bus from Karjat to Pali and another bus to Bhira. The place can be easily accessed through Mumbai Pune Expressway as well. The distance from Mumbai to Devkund waterfall is about 170 km and 1the distance from Pune to Devkund waterfall is 110 km. Trekkers from Mumbai and Pune are assigned various pickup points from where they will be transported in a private bus.

COVID Guidelines:

  • Mask and maintaining social distance with others are mandatory throughout the trip.
  • Buses will be fully sanitized before use.
  • Carrying your own sanitizers, gloves, face shield and mask is compulsory.
  • Food will be freshly cooked and packed as per WHO guidelines.

Trekhievers Policies:

  • Seats will be reserved only after Online booking with full payment.
  • Fees paid are non-refundable but transferable to another person for the same event.
  • The complete schedule of the trek will be given later to registered participants on the WhatsApp group
  • Organizers have all the right to modify or change the schedule of the event in case it is required due to and according to any technical, environmental circumstances like govt. rules and regulations, weather, etc
  • Organizers hold the right to cancel any event and refund with prior notice to the participants
  • We strictly follow a no alcohol, no drugs, and no litter policy.

Cancellation Policy:

  • 75% refund if notified via phone conversation 8 or more days prior to the event date.
  • 50 % refund if notified via phone conversation 4 to 7 days prior to the event date.
  • No refund if the cancellation requested is less than 3 days prior to the event date
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  • The tour is weather-based and depends on the weather conditions. There may be last-minute cancellations if weather conditions deteriorate.

What is the difficulty level of Devkund Waterfall Trek?

The Devkund Trek is one of the most charming one-day treks in Maharashtra. It roughly takes 3 hours to complete. Its difficulty level ranges from easy to medium and can be easily done by beginners as well. As professional trekkers.

What is the best time to go for Devkund Trek?

Devkund Trek is a year-round destination attracting an influx of tourists for being a perfect weekend getaway. 

The best time to visit this place is during the monsoon when the whole place becomes beautiful, bountiful, and green. The weather is pleasant and the climate is perfect for a trek.

The rainfall is at the peak in July and August. The trek may get closed due to heavy rainfalls during these months.

What is the batch size usually of Devkund Waterfall Trek?

Usually, the batch size of this trek is between 10-12 people. This comprises men, women, and children. We do not prefer to exceed this as it might cause chaos. We believe in giving attention to each of our travelers, so we stick to the number.

Are PickUp and Drop facilities available from Mumbai or Pune?

We have multiple pick-up points from Mumbai and Pune.  Mumbai Pickup is available from  Borivali, Malad, Goregaon, Andheri, Bandra, Sion, Chembur, Vashi, Nerul, Kharghar, Kalamboli McD.

Pune Pickup is available from  Starbucks FC Road, Wakad bridge

Is Devkund Trek safe for Solo Travelers and Female Travelers?

Yes, the trek is completely safe for solo and female travelers. We usually have around 40% of solo or women travelers with us in each batch. We pay special attention to the safety of our guests. Separate accommodation is provided to men and women for their overall comfort

Are toilets available on Devkund Waterfall Trek Route?

Toilets are not available at the Trek route. You need to attend nature’s call in the open if it is urgent. Toilets are available in the base village where you can freshen up.

What is the condition of mobile connectivity at Devkund Trek?

The mobile connectivity during the trek is poor. You will hardly get the network to make or attend calls. The network vanishes with a minute. At some point, you might get a signal which is good enough to send messages or make calls if you are lucky enough.

Can we smoke or drink alcohol during Devkund Waterfall Fort Trek?

Drinking or smoking is prohibited during the trek. Anyone found doing so will be barred from joining us for the trekking expedition and will be asked to leave the site immediately. No refund is applicable during this condition.

What type of footwear should I carry for Devkund Waterfall Trek?

The trek involves a long walk, thus you should be wearing comfortable trekking shoes. Avoid wearing slippery sandals or shoes as it might lead to accidents. Wear walking shoes that are made with advanced technology are recommended for the most comfortable trek. Also, wear trek-friendly clothes.

Is Devkund Waterfall Trek safe?

Yes, it is completely safe for both men and women. Whether you are a group or a solo traveler, you will find this trekking experience very safe. You will be accompanied by professional trek leaders to guide you throughout the trek.

Also, you will be provided with all safety instructions before the trekking so that you feel safe. Moreover, to maintain further safety, you are requested to bring enough things with you that would keep you safe. For instance, windcheater, personal medicines, insect repellent, and energy drinks can help you during the trek.

How long does it take to climb Devkund Waterfall?

The total Devkund trek duration is around 4 hours. The Devkund Waterall trek distance that you will cover during this duration of the trek will be around 15 km. There might be a few ups and downs during the trek; however, you will not encounter much rocky terrain or steep climbs during this trek. During most of the trek, you will just have to walk.

What is the height of Devkund Waterfall Trek?

The height of the Devkund Waterfall is around 2700 feet. The altitude is not so high and hence makes it easy for trekkers who are beginners. Moreover, as the trails of the trek are properly marked, one can easily do a trek even without a guide. Therefore, to comfortably complete the trek, make sure you wear comfortable clothes and good trekking or sport shoes.

What is the minimum age required for Devkund Waterfall Trek?

The minimum age limit for this trek is around 9 years. Any child below 9 years will not be eligible for the trek. Moreover, children between the ages of 9 -17 years should be accompanied by an adult to enjoy the experience. Therefore, to verify the age of your children, kindly carry valid ID proof with a proper date of birth mentioned on it

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Devkund is one of the most loved one-day trek situated at Bhira dam. It is a 'plunge' waterfall pouring massive amounts of water on the rocky surface underneath. It is s confluence of three waterfalls and is said to be the origin of Kundalika river. It is about a three-hour trek from the base village along the darn backwater and through the forest to reach this place known as ’Devkund'. A major part of the trek goes through some semi-dried forests with the river running parallel and sometimes crisscrossing through the route. One of the best weekend gateway near Mumbai and Pune, a must-visit place for nature lovers. Let’s get connected to nature and have a refreshing weekend that will leave only footprints behind with lifetime memories with our team.

05.00 Am Bus will start from Chandani chowk 08.00 Am Reach @Village Bhira and enjoy the Breakfast 08.30 Am Start the trek 11.30 Am Reach at the waterfall. Enjoy the swimming and beauty of the waterfall. 01.30 Pm Start the return trek 04.00 Pm Reach at the base village Bheera 05.30 Pm Lunch will be served 07.00 Pm Return to Pune 10.30 Pm Reach to Pune ​

There will be delayed in the event wind up incase any below situations will arise - Rescue - Technical problem - Change in the climatic conditions - Traffic

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Cold drinks Mineral water etc. Personal any food expenses Extra breakfast, meals etc. Medical expenses are other than first aid. Any other charges not mentioned in “Includes” Things To carry  Bag packsack  •  Shoes  •  Water bottle  •  Personal Medicine  •  Sun Glasses  •  Cap  •  Mask  • empty tiffin   •   Extra pair of clothes (T-shirt and track pants)   •  goggle •  Rain suit or jacket •  Dry snack like laddu, chivada,cake.

Advisory  

1. Smoking and drinking alcohol is strictly prohibited. 2. Trek leader's decision will be final and binding. 3. If you have any medical condition, you need to inform us. 4. Avoid expensive ornaments and not be responsible. 5. Toilets available

6. Changing room available at base village

7.  Trekking is an adventur e game. If you are injured or have an accident during this period, you are responsible for yourself. Organizers will not be responsible for this.

8. Suitable for 6 pax

Cancellation Policy:

Below are the terms & conditions that apply if the event will be cancelled by the participants’ side after the payment is made.

Cancellation before event 5 Days, the refund amount  90% of the event cost and 10% admin, processing charges will be deducted.

Cancellation before event 3 Days, the refund amount  50% of the event cost and 10% admin, processing charges will be deducted.

Cancellation before event 2 Days, the no refunding

The event can be postponed or cancelled due to the below reasons :

Bad weather, unsafe climatic conditions, break down of mode of transportation, equipment breakages or any other or extraordinary circumstances out of our control.

In such cases, the paid amount will be applicable for the next batch of the same event.

If the Event is cancelled by GTRIBE EXPERIENCES LLP Management, the 100% amount will be refunded to paid participants within a week.

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About Devkund Waterfall

Trekking to Devkund Waterfall during the monsoon season is a magical experience in Maharashtra, India. Devkund is a relatively lesser-known waterfall located near Bhira village, deep within the dense forests of the Western Ghats.

Devkund waterfall trek is 175 kilometers from Mumbai, 115 kilometers from Pune, and 90 kilometers from Lonavala. Bhira, Patnus village in Raigad district, is the base village for the jungle waterfall trek in Maharashtra. Due to bad roads and heavy traffic, it will take 6 hours from Mumbai and 4 hours from Pune. You can take the Mumbai - Pune expressway and follow the Imagica to Pali to Devkund waterfall route.

During the monsoon, the waterfall is at its full glory, with water gushing down from a height of around 70 feet into a pristine pool below. The entire area is enveloped in mist and spray, creating a serene and refreshing ambiance.

Devkund Waterfall Trek Details

Base village: Bhira

Region: Raigad district, Maharashtra

Waterfall Trek Difficulty: Moderate

Trekking Route: Jungle pathway with multiple river crossings

Trekker Fitness and Endurance: Medium and BMI under 30

Devkund Waterfall Trek Length: 6 km Approx one way

Time required for the Waterfall hike: 2 hours one way

Devkund Waterfall Trek Location: Patnus, Mangaon, Raigad, Pune, Maharashtra.

Best Time for Devkund Waterfall Trek: June to February

Devkund distance from Pune: 100 km will require 3 hours

Devkund distance from Mumbai: 130 km will require 4 hours

Devkund falls distance from Lonavala: 83 km will require 3 hours

Washroom available at Base Village

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Cost for Devkund Waterfall Trek

Cost Per Person – Rs. 799/- (Without Transport)

Cost Per Person – Rs. 1349/- (With Transport)

Devkund Monsoon Trek Event Itinerary

Day Zero – Devkund Waterfall Trek start point begins Mumbai to Devkund Waterfall  Bus journey

 09:45 pm - Meet at Borivali National Park main gate.

10:00 pm - Leave for the trek.

10:10 pm – Pick up at Virwani Bus Stop, Goregaon.

10:30 pm - Pick up at Gundavali Bus Stop, Andheri East.

10:45 pm - Pick up at Kalanagar bus stop, Bandra.

11:00 pm - Pick up at Sion station circle.

11:15 pm - Pick up at Diamond Garden, Chembur.

11:45 pm - Pick up at Vashi Plaza.

12:05 am - Pick up at McDonald's, Kalamboli.

Day One – Devkund Waterfall Trek Route

Reach Base Village and rest in bus

05:00 am - Freshen up and have breakfast at the local villager's house

06:00 am - Starts trek towards Devkund Waterfall Trek.

09:00 am – Start return trek towards base village

11:00 am – Reach Base Village and Lunch.

01:00 pm – Start return journey to Mumbai

07:00 pm – Approx. Arrival at Mumbai

Please note

Please wear proper trekking shoes; the trek to the Andharban forest route is extremely slippery.

We will return to the start point of the Trek to Andharban near the Pimpri dam. We will not descend towards the Bhira dam.

Roads leading to the trailhead are in bad condition expect delays

In case of bus breakdown, we will arrange for replacement of bus it will take 6 to 8 hours to reach till the spot.

If you wrongly booked for a different date or batch. If you want to change the date within 3 days of departure, then transfer charges will be applied which will be Rs. 300/- per person

Travel by private AC vehicle

1 veg breakfast and 1 veg lunch

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Any medical / Emergency evacuations if required.

Things to Carry

2/3 liters of water

Sturdy Trekking Shoes provide more grip and comfort on trek

A good Torch must with extra battery

Some Dry fruits / Dry Snacks / Energy Bars

Glucon D / ORS / Tang / Gatorade sachets

One Day Backpack 20 to 30 liters

Personal First Aid and Personal Medicine

Identity Proof

Trekking pole

Please wear Full sleeves and Full Track Pants these will protect you from the Summer Sun / Thorns Insects / Prickles

Rains are expected, so pack your bags accordingly to save them from getting wet

Double pack your valuables/phones in plastic bags

Rainwear / Poncho / Waterproof jacket etc. if you don’t want to get wet

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Devkund Waterfall Trek from Mumbai

Devkund Waterfall Trek from Mumbai

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1 Night 2 Days of Trekking

Certified Leader

High Quality Safety Equipment

Panoramic Sunrise and Sunset View

Exhilarating Scenic Views

2700 Feet of Height

Create a Team Bonding

About the Activity

About Devkund Waterfall:

  • Nestled in the embrace of the Sahyadri Mountain Range near Bhira Village approximately 150 KM away from Mumbai City, Devkund Waterfall is a hidden treasure of nature located deep in the heart of a dense forest. This hidden gem is a perfect destination if you are looking for an escape to the wilderness with a blend of natural beauty and adventure. 
  • The path to Devkund Waterfall takes you deep into a dense forest blessing you with soft sunlight and soothing chirps of birds enlightening the surroundings. The enchanting view of cascading water of the Waterfall and the pool where you can dip yourself washing off your worries will captivate your senses.

About Devkund Waterfall Trek from Mumbai:

  • Reach your respective pickup points on time, hop on the bus and enjoy a long overnight ride to Patnus while sharing some stories with the glowing celestial bodies. 
  • Have your morning meals in Patnus and cover another short bus ride to Bhira, which will be the starting point of the trek. Have a briefing session and get to know our team and trek plans. 
  • Post briefing, tighten up your gear and spark on a journey towards the majestic Devkund Waterfall wrapped up in the embrace of Sahyadri Range. 
  • Navigate your way through the dense forests encountering small streams along the journey. Gentle strokes of sunlight and soft grass beneath are little surprises coming your way. 
  • After walking for a couple of hours, be blessed with the enchanting beauty of waters gushing down from a height of 80 ft in Devkund Waterfall. 
  • Spend some time in the tranquillity of Waterfall, freeing your soul to wander around the mystical realm of it surrounded by the Sahyadri Mountain Range.
  • Trek back down following the same trails opening treasures filled with jaw-dropping beauty of nature. Refill your energy with a warm lunch in the Base Village. 
  • Give your lovely trip a lovely ending. Wave goodbye and take another bus ride taking you back home with your bags full of unforgettable memories. 

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Trek from base village.

1 Night 2 Days

₹ 799 per person

Trek from Pune

₹ 1299 per person

Trek from Mumbai

₹ 1399 per person

  • Meals: Breakfast, Tea & Lunch (All Veg)
  • Trek Leader Charges
  • Trek Expertise Charges
  • Forest Entry Charges
  • First Aid Charges
  • Any Personal Expenses
  • Any Travel Expenses

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  • Prevent clothing that is uncomfortable (like saris, etc.)
  • Carrying jewellery or other valuables isn't advisable.
  • Smoking of cigarettes or consumption of liquor at the premises is allowed.
  • Kindly get rid of plastics in a manner that is appropriate.
  • Plucking of flowers/fruits is strictly forbidden in-house or within the areas around.
  • Washroom facilities are common for all.
  • The guide or instructor reserves the right to reject any participant deemed unfit to engage in the experience.
  • Participants are not permitted to carry any object that is a razor-sharp lighter, luggage case, alcohol, blade, etc.
  • The Devkund trek may be delayed or postponed due to weather conditions . The new time slot will be informed in this scenario accordingly. 

Things to Carry

  • Water Bottle
  • Appropriate Clothing
  • Comfortable Footwear

Frequently Asked Quetions

Where is Devkund Waterfall located?

Devkund Waterfall lies near Bhira Village in Raigad district nestled in the lap of the Sahyadri Mountain Range in Maharashtra. 

What is the Best Time to go to Devkund Waterfall?

It is recommended to trek to Devkund Waterfall during the monsoon season between June to September when the weather is cool and you are blessed with greenery all around. 

Is it Safe for Beginners?

The trek to Devkund waterfall is considered to be moderate with its slightly steep ascent and uneven trails. However, it is completely safe for beginner trekkers. 

Is it allowed to go into the Waterfall Pool?

You can definitely enjoy being in the waterfall pool. However, make sure that you are taking safety precautions and you are confident in your swimming skills. 

How long does it take to cover the trek?

The entire journey can be completed within a day. Trekking up and back down, enjoying time amidst nature will take you no more than 5 Hours on average. 

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Monsoon trek over the weekend? Don’t go to these 15 dangerous sites in Maharashtra till September

Mumbai city news: the group of 55, stuck at devkund between two streams of the kundalika river, was rescued after a six-hour operation.

After 55 students got stranded near a waterfall in Raigad on Sunday, trekkers from across the city have come up with a list of 15 spots that are unsafe for vacationers, amateur trekkers and picnickers till September.

Safety comes first, say trekkers.(HT)

The group of 55, stuck at Devkund between two streams of the Kundalika river, was rescued after a six-hour operation.

According to the Raigad and Navi Mumbai police, there have been 15 deaths and 50 injuries at various waterfalls, hilly areas around Mumbai this monsoon over the past two weeks .

“On Tuesday, two people died near the Devkund waterfalls after being pulled into an overflowing stream,” said a senior police personnel from Raigad. “It is our request to citizens not to traverse in dangerous territories during this season.”

The locations identified as dangerous monsoon spots are – Devkund waterfalls near Bhira village in Raigad, Chinchoti waterfalls in Vasai, Pandavkada in Kharghar, Navi Mumbai, Zenith waterfall at Khopoli, Kundeshwar at Badlapur, Kalawatin Fort in Panvel, Kataldhar waterfall in Lonavala, Mahuli stram at Aasangaon, Harishchandra Nalichi Vaat, Nagpur, Andharban in Mulshi, Plus valley in Raigad, Dudhsagar in Goa, Baraki waterfall in Kolhapur, Rautwadi waterfall in Kolhapur, Gadeshwar Dam in Panvel and Thoseghar waterfall in Satara.

SPOTS TO AVOID

Devkund waterfalls near Bhira village in Raigad

Chinchoti waterfalls in Vasai, Pandavkada in Kharghar, Navi Mumbai

Zenith waterfall at Khopoli

Kundeshwar at Badlapur

Kalawatin Fort in Panvel

Kataldhar waterfall in Lonavala

Mahuli stram at Aasangaon

Harishchandra Nalichi Vaat, Nagpur

Andharban in Mulshi

Plus valley in Raigad

Dudhsagar in Goa

Baraki waterfall in Kolhapur

Rautwadi waterfall in Kolhapur

Gadeshwar Dam in Panvel

Thoseghar waterfall in Satara

Source: Compiled and circulated by the several trekkers groups based on fatalities in these areas from Mumbai, Navi Mumbai and Pune)

“We want trekkers to be safe ,” said Pankaj Samel, resident of Dombivli who has been trekking through hills in Maharashtra for the past 16 years. “Most of these locations have either streams or very high waterfalls. Combined with the intensity of rain and cloud cover, the current is very strong during this time, blocking paths made for trekkers.”

Trekkers say most vacationers are unable to gauge the amount of rain at hilltop. (HT)

“At the base of the hills, vacationers or amateur trekkers are not aware of the amount of rain at the hill top. The amount of water that suddenly trickles down becomes dangerous for travellers,” said Samel.

Navi Mumbai resident Utkarsh Erandkar, an experienced trekker with Guerrilla adventures, said, “During vacations, people have the habit of taking pictures at the bottom of waterfalls. Due to heavy rain and the rise in lake, river and stream levels along the Western Ghats, massive rocks and trees are pulled by the current and fall several feet at the base of these waterfalls,” he said.

A group at Devkund. (HT)

While these 15 locations might be dangerous, trekkers identified a few locations that are safe during the monsoon. “Rather than going to the hills, vacationers and explorers can go to beaches or even hilly regions like Rajmachi in Sahayadri mountain range, Karnala bird sanctuary in Panvel, Kothaligad (Peth) in Karjat etc., which are relatively very safe,” said Shrikant Pillai, resident of Kandivali and member of Yatri-Sahayadri, who has been an avid trekker for the past two decades.

Read more: In pics: They are beautiful, but dangerous too, avoid these 15 monsoon treks in Maharashtra

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