Lingmala Falls Mahabaleshwar

Nurturing in the lap of serene nature, amidst the rocky mountains, completely covered with lush greenery; Lingmala Fall is sourced by the waters of Venna River, and considered to be the popular destination for the tourist, also it is adored by the locals as a perfect weekend getaway. The unmatched views of this huge fall whose water launches from a height of 1400 m (approx.) allure the picnickers to spend a good time with family and friends, and get drenched in its natural charm. Inspired by the sensuous beauty of this place, the birds nesting here sing melodiously and entertain the visitors. The Lingmala Falls is also an abode to wild animals like Giant Squirrel.

What To Do And See

Dhobi Waterfall and Chinaman’s waterfall are situated quite close to Lingmala Waterfalls. Other than the falls, one can visit the Mahabaleshwar Point, Venna Lake which is filled by Lingmala Falls itself, Wilson Point (Sunrise Point), Sunset Point, Babington Point, Mapro Garden, Mahabaleshwar and Krishnai Temple, Kate’s point, Arthur’s seat, Pratap Singh Park and Pratapgad Fort. All residing within the radius of 10 km or less.

Getting Here

Lingmala Waterfall is situated at a distance of 6 km from Mahabaleshwar Bus Stand. One can use the local transport to reach here or may hire a cab. From Pune, the fall is 116 km away and 252 km from Mumbai. You have to get down at the main gate, and walk for 2.5 km to finally reach here.

Best Time To Visit

The months of July to October are considered to be the best time to visit the waterfall, when it flows at its peak. Rest of the months, the fall becomes dormant.

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