Everything You Need to Know about Devkund Waterfall Trek


Everything You Need to Know about Devkund Waterfall Trek

Devkund Waterfall (Introduction):

Located in the Raigad district near Kolad, this hidden gem Devkund waterfall will definitely steal your heart. Want to spend a serene time with nature then this is the place where you can have your soul-searching time in solitude. This unique waterfall is located on the western ghats of Maharashtra it is close to Tamhini ghat, a mountain passage in the crest of the Sahyadri ranges of Maharashtra. Devkund waterfall is around 170km from Mumbai and 110km from Pune so, this can be a great time to spend on a weekend. This Devkund waterfall is an amalgamation of 3 waterfalls and it’s a rare combination in Maharashtra which is also known as a source of the Kundalika river. This mesmerizing place is also known as “Bathing Ponds of God”. This is the best place to avoid the cacophony of the city’s life and relax in nature’s lap. Let’s get into the details to plan it well in advance

How to Reach (Devkund Waterfall)?

By Air: The nearest airport to reach is Pune and Mumbai which are about 110km and 170km away respectively.

By Railways: The nearby stations are Mangaon and Lonawala both are around 30km and 83km away respectively.

By Road: You can reach by road by hiring a private cab service or rent a car up to the Bhira village.

Best Time to Visit:

The ideal time to visit this magnificent place is from late September and October to April because these are months right after the monsoon and remain pleasant in all aspects. The rainy season is not too convenient due to landslides and slippery trails so it is better to avoid this season.

Trek Details:

  • Height: 2,700 ft
  • Trek Route: Jungle trail
  • Trek Difficulty: Easy
  • Trek Endurance: Easy
  • Trek Length: Approx. 3 km
  • Trek Location: Patnus, Mangaon, Raigad, Pune, Maharashtra 
  • Trek Best Time: June to December
  • Distance from Mumbai: 130 km
  • Distance from Pune: 100 km
  • Distance from Lonavala: 83 km

Things to Carry:

  • ID proof
  • Proper face mask or shield
  • Sanitizer
  • Good grip shoes.
  • Torch with extra batteries.
  • Extra Pair of clothes.
  • Water bottles 2-3 liters.
  • Ready to eat food, like cakes, some snacks & biscuits, etc.
  • Electoral or Glucon D powder.
  • Personal First aid and Personal Medicine
  • Sun protection cap, goggles.
  • Wear Full sleeves and Full Track Pant this will protect from Sun / Thorns / Insects

The Route (Devkund Waterfalls):

The trek begins from the open parking area at Bhira; it is a well-laid path with direction boards at a time to time intervals. There are very few chances to get lost in the forest. For the first half an hour the trek is alongside the Bhira dam reservoir. If you want to spend the night then this place is great for camping as at Devkund waterfall camping is not allowed.  A slight descent

From here you will go along the banks of the reservoir from where the trail advances further to the jungle. In the first 45 mins, you will come across two derided streams separated by a distance of around 20 minutes. After this, the trail is not much steep but it will require a good amount of energy post this climb the trail opens up to a rocky patch. The 10 min walk from here will straightway take you to the Devkund waterfall. 

There is a line of control made by the local people around the pond. Swimming in the first half of the line of control is allowed. No one is allowed up to that point where the water hits the ground. Deep your foot in the cool water and enjoy the natural therapy that will rejuvenate your mood and spirits. This place is great for those Insta worthy photos.

Things to do Around Devkund Waterfall:

  • Visit Ghangad Fort:

It is around 9 km away from the Devkund waterfall the trail is safe and easy with dense forests there is not much to do here but the adventure junkies can enjoy the trekking experience here.

  • Kundalika River Rafting:

From a few kilometers, you can visit the Kundalika river and enjoy the adrenaline rush of river rafting.

There are many other places to explore like Tata Power Dam at Bhira, Andharban trek, Tamhini ghats. This place is great for photography, vlogging, blogging, and connecting with nature. Also, you can explore rural life. The tiny villages nearby are perfect to observe the lifestyle, culture, and traditions of Maharashtra. 


Devkund waterfall is a waterfall located near Bhira, in Raigad district, Maharashtra, India. It is a popular spot for one day picnics. You can visit places like Ghangad fort, Kundalika River rafting.  You can with your family and enjoy waterfall and view.