Posts Tagged with: Waterfall
When I was preparing list of waterfalls in Gujarat, I came to know about Jodiya waterfalls, Bilpudi, Dharampur. At that time, Bilpudi waterfalls were unknown to most people. Little did I know they would turn out as major attraction in monsoon 2016.
Bilpudi waterfalls are origin of Swargvahini River, which passes through Dharampur town.
Updating this article with good photos and more details to help out travelers.
Gira Waterfall Waghai – you will always hear this name if you hear conversation regarding waterfalls in Dang, Gujarat area. Gira Dhodh, located in Wanarchod village near Waghai is one of the best places to visit in Gujarat during monsoon season.
Girafalls are often mis understood with Girmal falls. Both are in Dang but located far away from each other.
‘Gira’ falls are near Waghai, on Waghai Saputara state highway.
‘Girmal’ waterfall is in Girmal village, near Ahwa.
An excellent place for relaxing from busy city life.
This photo gallery is complimentary to year old article, Wilson Hills Dharampur and Shankar Dhodh Waterfalls. Visit it to find detailed travel guide there.
Scroll down to see how Wilson Hills look in monsoon days..
Devghat Waterfalls, Umarpada are monsoon time waterfalls located in Dediapada region. Read on to find how to reach Devghat, it’s distance from Surat. Plus, beautiful photos of Devghat in tourist season.
Crashing from height of more than 100 feet, Girmal Falls (Doodh) is the highest fall in Gujarat. Hidden inside dense forests of Dangs, Girmal falls has picturesque beauty in monsoon season. The water fluently crashes from great height, forming clouds of fog, through which one can often experience rainbows.
North Dang Forest department has built spectacular view points and pathways in Girmal area. Safety railing is roped in to prevent accidents. Steps are carved as well to reach near falls to get a close view.