Dabhosa Waterfalls is a waterfalls situated in the village of Dabhosa in Jawhar Tehsil, palghar district, Maharashtra, India.
It is one of the highest waterfalls situated near Mumbai.
This waterfalls is located over the Lendi River and cascades down from a height of 300 feet.
From rappelling down the crater-shaped waterfall to kayaking, Burma Bridge, laddering, and even jungle cooking, Dabhosa Waterfalls is a complete package for thrill-seekers. The best part? The waterfall flows in every season, so you don’t have to wait for the monsoon to enjoy this natural beauty.
But before you get to the adventure part, let’s talk about the journey. The walk down to the waterfall is not for the faint-hearted. It starts with 45 cement steps with a railing, just to lull you into a false sense of security. Then come 50 stone steps that feel like you’re climbing an old fort, uneven and broken. But that’s just the easy part. The real fun begins with a steep 60-degree incline down steps that have washed away thanks to bad construction and heavy rain. So be ready to scramble down like you’re rock climbing on a slippery slope full of mud and broken rocks.
But trust us, the view at the bottom is worth the treacherous journey. The waterfall drops 300 feet with mists at the bottom, creating an awe-inspiring sight that will make you forget all about the crazy walk down.
Once you’ve had your fill of the waterfall, there are two accommodation options near Dabhosa Waterfalls – Dabhosa Waterfall Resort and Jawhar Hill Station Resort. These resorts offer a range of adventurous activities like kayaking, valley crossing, zip line, rappelling, trekking, and fishing. And if you’re lucky, you might even hear the roar of the waterfall in the background during your stay.
So if you’re up for an adventure that’s equal parts exciting and terrifying, head to Dabhosa Waterfalls and experience the beauty and thrill of this hidden gem!