Monsoon season is the time to explore waterfalls and lush green hills. Pune spoils you for choice if you are looking at some good trekking options. The Devkund Waterfall trek is located near Bhira Dam in Pune, Maharashtra, India. The Devkund trek is a dream destination for travellers looking for a mix of a moderate hike that leaves you spellbound at the first sight. The clearest blue waters make the beauty of the waterfall unrealistic.
Devkund Waterfall Trek Pune is situated in the lush green environs of the Sahyadri range. Devkund Waterfall Trek is perfect for corporates who are looking for an easy trek with a resort stay. Bhira Dam is the starting point; the Kundailaka River is famous for Kolad River Rafting and Kolad Bungee jumping. There are many beautiful Devkund camping sites and resorts on the river.
Pune to Devkund waterfall distance is about 120 km. It takes around four hours to reach the Devkund Bhira Waterfall Parking from Pune. This waterfall trek is accessible by trek only if there is adequate rainfall.
A short 2 hours trek from Bhira leads to Devkund waterfall. This trek can be done by amateurs as well.
The approximate length of the trek is 4.5 km which includes a hike alongside the Bhira dam, patches of forest cover, a small water stream, and open fields. There is no big ascend throughout the trek.
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The following tourist hotspots lie close by; if you plan to extend your stay, you may also visit these places: Hindi Plateau, Tata Power Dam at Patnus Bhira, Andharban Jungle Trek, Kolad River Rafting, Khajina Waterfall, Tamhini Ghat Waterfalls, Sarasgad Fort, Sudhagad Fort, Pali Ganpati Mandir, Mrugagad trek, Unhere Kund Pali or Hot springs Pali, Secret Waterfall Trek.
Some other famous waterfalls around Pune include the Bhira waterfall which is home to dense forests and hidden treasures in its waterfall scenery. Many other equally enticing treks you may choose from include the rainforests at Kataldhar, Lonavala or Kalu Waterfall, Malshej ghat, or Randha Waterfall, and Bhandardara overlooks Rajur.
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Devkund waterfall trek distance is manageable for amateur trekkers too. It is one place you can visit to test your trekking skills and rejuvenate yourself this rainy season.
1 reply on “Trek to Devkund Waterfall Near Pune this monsoon season”
Yes it is an amazing place and perfect for trekking, loved the view. Only concern I have is people need to be little cautious towards throwing plastic water bottles, we should keep such beautiful places clean 🙂🙂.
All through very useful information Shubhangi, great work. 🙂🙂🤘