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We went to thoseghar waterfall which was on the way to chalkewadi windmill farms. I thought the place to be a bit overhyped because the waterfalls didnt seem very attractive or beautiful. I feel the waterfalls in Igatpuri and surrounding areas are better.
Awesome waterfall during moonsoon. There are 3 bigger and some small. Must visit place during moonsoon only . Very well maintain . There are steps to go to falls with railing so very convenient. Sign boards are also there for small and bigger waterfall.
I went to thoseghar waterfall last year in September 2017. It was a very unplanned trip. We wanted to go kaas plateau but we were not aware about the tickets and charges over there. So they didn't permit us to enter kaas plateau. Kaas plateau...More
Very beautiful place to visit this place has two waterfalls one is big and other is small.I visited this place in monsoon and can't say weather the waterfalls are active all year around . The view is amazing and the local tourist department has well...More
There is an awesome viewpoint in a nearby village, a km ahead of the official one. DONT MISS THAT.
The official point is ok ok.
the Village offers a much better view.
But here beware of scorpions and snakes. We found two of each and...More
Thosegar waterfalls are about 140 kms from Pune. On the Pune -Satara road, take the Sajjangadh turnoff at Satara and drive 40 kns to these falls.
There are 2 waterfalls, one falls from a greater height than the other. The lesser falls are broader and...More
We were lucky to experience Thoseghar waterfall in peak monsoon pouring around waterfall valley. Viewpoint is at right place and you can view both the waterfalls at their best. Forest department or local Gram panchayat have done excellent arrangements to reach view point and proper...More
This waterfall is 32 km away from satara . In route can visit sajjangad fort .There are two main waterfall . One is small which is upper side . Inside this there is a cave. Forest department has constructed a route to this cave. Another...More