Located centrally within Lonavala Khandala valley, this is a scenic three-tiered waterfall with a total height of 200 metres. It is also the 14th highest waterfall in India and is separated into 2 sections with each part being almost 200 metres in height. Ideal spot for picnics, the verdant forest around the waterfall adds to the treat to the visitor’s eyes. The waterfalls is more alluring in the monsoon.
The Kune Church is located within the close proximity of Kune Waterfalls and serves as a landmark to reach the waterfalls.
- It can be slippery during monsoon, precautions recommended.
- Not safe for swimming.
- Entry is free.
- Natural attraction, open during the day times.
- Closed in the evenings for safety.
- Tourist bus, Car, Taxi
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95% of people who visit Khandala include Kune Waterfalls in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
37.14% of people start their Kune Waterfalls visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Kune Waterfalls
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Kune Waterfalls
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Kune Waterfalls in now a private property and you cannot pay a visit here. However, you can admire the beauty of the place from a distance which is free of cost.Report Abuse