Kakolat Falls

About Kakolat Falls, Ektara

Falling off the cliff of the Kakolat Mountain are the Kakolat Falls. Located in the Nawada district of Bihar, India, the falls are quite a popular tourist destination. Offering all that one desires to get solace from the scorching heat, people flood this place during the summers. The waterfall has a height of 150 to 160 feet, and creates a pool at the base. A number of water sports and other activities can be enjoyed here. Apart from providing the modern modes of entertainment, interesting legends also entice people to visit this cascade. The waterfall is quite important in the Indian Mythology, as it is believed that the Pandavas visited the waterfall during their exile. Do visit this lovely site to escape the heat, and get engrossed in the legends.

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Address: Kakolat, Nawada district, Bihar, India

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  • Need more cleanliness...less facilities for visitors... Gardens may be developed but overall good place to visit once.

  • Nice place to visit. Govt. Should work on cleaness nd to maintain beauty of this place

  • Good place to visit in summers. Natural Cold waterfall

  • You can view the mind blowing amazing and beautiful scene of green mountain on the way of Kakolat Waterfall before entering in main entrance gate. No words can explain this beauty.

  • An outstanding fun place for summer. A deshi water fall environment, yet to get a stamp of tourist place.

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