Lingmala WaterfallCurrently Open
- Address: Lingamala waterfalls, Panchgani-Mahabaleshwar road, Satara, India
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +91-1800229930
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Trail, Waterfall, Walking Area, Family And Kids
Lying on the picturesque road from Mahabaleshwar to Panchgani is this waterfall which is calm and exhilarating at the same time. The stream here precipitates over the face of steep cliff, unbroken when the torrent is swollen by rain but ordinarily divided by projecting rocks about one third of the way down into thin silver streaks and sprays often circled by rainbows.
The untouched and raw greenery around the falls add up to the appeal of the place and make a point to visit Lingamala falls.
- The best time to visit the waterfalls is in the rainy season.
- The waterfall can be dangerous is rainy season, so it is not at all advisable to swim.
- The place is not suitable for toddlers and elderly people as the walk up to the waterfall is slippery.
- Local sightseeing bus
- Private tourist’s bus
- Rented taxi or private cars
- Kebabs and curries, Surya retreat, United 21 resort.
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83.93% of people who visit Mahabaleshwar include Lingmala Waterfall in their plan
2 PM - 3 PM
52.1% of people start their Lingmala Waterfall visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Lingmala Waterfall
93.78% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Lingmala Waterfall
It's Beautiful!! Of course you'll have to walk a lot to reach the spot but it's totally worth it. After about 30 steps down there are 2 paths, one leads to a 100m waterfall (that's nearby) and another one to view 400m (after long long distance). But both of them were really beautiful and relatively clean. The point to watch 400m waterfall is the most satisfying thing with mountains, clouds and a waterfall view!😍 It's totally worth it!!
Be prepared to walk up and down a lot of stairs and foot paths if you want to see the waterfall. While the small waterfall is relatively easy to access and nice, the actual waterfall takes another half-kilometer of walking only to be met with a thin stream of water falling down into the deep valley below. Best enjoyed during / just after monsoon when the roar of the waterfall can be heard as you approach Mahabaleshwar.
There are two falls. One is small which is near. This place is good to play in water. It is just 10 feet high even you climb over to top. Swimming not allowed. The same water goes further and falls below to 1500 feet. We can view the falls from a distance and not able to reach. It falls in three steps.
Too much to walk just for one view. Its a nice waterfall which we just see from a distance. It has different (entries are far apart- around 5 kms) one ways to go and come back. Check those routes once before going.
Pleasant environment. Need to pay nominal entry fees. Entry close at 17:30 hrs. Need to walk and make stairs up and down. Elderly person should think before start. There are three waterfalls. One single is tall and two are very little together. Must watch in Mahabaleshwar.