Randha Waterfall, Bhandardara: Huge 170 feet falls!

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Catchment of the waterfall!

Randha waterfall in Bhandardara is one of the best waterfalls in Maharashtra. A large number of tourists flock to Randha falls Bhandardara in the monsoon season!

Location Address: Rajur – Bhandardara Road, 10 km from Bhandardara, Maharashtra (India).

Best Time To Visit: July to September is the best time to visit this spot. The waterfall runs with full flow only during this period of the year.

Height: 170 feet.

Randha Waterfall Information

The splashing falls of Randha are situated just 10 km away from Bhandardara town of Maharashtra. It is counted among the best waterfalls in Maharashtra. The water of Randha falls Bhandardara runs down over a whooping height of 170 feet. The view of cascading white water from such big height is amazing to watch. Gorpada devi temple is the viewpoint of Randha waterfall!

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Cascading river flow!

©Mangesh Kulkarni

Being among the most popular spots in Bhandardara, a large number of tourists visit this spot during monsoon months. Pravara river gives birth to this magnificent waterfall. It also acts as a major source of hydroelectric power generation in the Bhandardara region. Umbrella waterfall in Bhandardara is also situated in the vicinity of this waterfall.

Attractions Near Randha Falls Bhandardara

There are many other popular tourist spots like Umbrella falls Bhandardara, Kalsubai Peak, Ratangad Fort, Wilson Dam & Arthur Lake near Randha waterfall. Tourists can see a great view of the waterfall from a Ghorpada devi temple and a walkway on the banks of the Pravara river.

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A Huge drop-down height of the waterfall!

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A large number of bee colonies are also there on the mountain walls beside the waterfall. Concerned authorities are maintaining this spot very properly. View of the waterfall region keeps on changing throughout the year. Monsoon months are best to see breathtaking sights of this waterfall.

Note: We request you to keep surroundings of waterfall neat and clean. Don’t Throw the litter and plastic into water or at random place. Kindly dump them in a proper dust bin.

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The catchment of the waterfall!

©Bhavesh Shah

Spots To Visit:

Following are the spots, which you can club along with your short vacation to Randha waterfall.

IMPORTANT TOURIST INFORMATION

How To Reach

The waterfall is 10 km away from Bhandardara, 74 km away from Nashik, 153 km away from Pune and 177 km from Mumbai. You can take a car right till the viewpoint of the Randha falls Bhandardara. Authorities take parking charges as Rs.20 per car.

  • By Road: It lies on the Rajur – Bhandardara Road. The distance between the waterfall and Bhandardara is just 10 km. It takes only 30-40 minutes to reach here by Car from Bhandardara town.
  • Nearest Railway Station: Igatpuri is the nearest railway station to Randha waterfall. The station is about 45 km away from Bhandardara. You can easily get private vehicles from the station till Bhandardara or waterfall.

Accommodation/ Staying Options: Bhandardara has many hotels and MTDC resort for accommodation purpose. Check availability of MTDC Resorts. You can stay in Bhandardara and plan to visit other nearby attractions mentioned above.

Restaurants Nearby/ Eating Stuff: Small stalls sell food like roasted-corn, cucumber etc. during peak season. However, you should carry food and sufficient water while visiting Randha falls Bhandardara.

Map To Reach:

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Radha Falls, Bhandardara

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Randha waterfall is surely a must visit spot in Bhandardara. Do give a visit to this spot in months of July to September.

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