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Trek To Devkund Waterfall

Sat, 22 Dec 2018 11:30PM - Sun, 23 Dec 2018 3:00PM
Devkund Waterfal , Outdoors
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Small Steps Adventures Devkund Waterfall Trek

Type: Hill trek
Grade: Easy
Endurance: Medium
Base Village: Bhira
Region: Tamhini Ghat, Mulshi

Devkund Waterfall is located in Roha Taluka near Bhira Dam, Raigad District. Devkund Waterfall from Mumbai is around 170 kms away and from Pune is 110 kms away. The meaning of Kund is small reservoir made to collect rain water for drinking. Dev means Lord. Thus, the local villagers believe that its a reservoir made for the Lord. Apart from this mysterious story, Devkund Waterfall resembles the environment to be heavenly.

As far as trek is concerned, reaching Devkund Waterfall is easy. One has to cross to Jungle Trail along with some water streams for around 4 kms.

Note: Swimming in Devkund Waterfall is allowed up to a particular point where the pond is shallow. Swimming Further can be fatal as the pond is too deep to swim.


Day 0:

We are Waiting for you

Meet at 11.00 pm at Dadar East near Pritam Hotel as we will head to Devkund Waterfall in our transfer vehicle.

Day 1:

Bhira, The Base Village

We will reach the base village of Devkund Waterfall Bhira around 3: 30 am. We will rest for 2 hours and proceed our trek.

Food First

We will wake up around 05.30 am. Freshen up and enjoy the delicious breakfast before we head to Devkund Waterfall.

Devkund Waterfall, we are coming!

Start the Trek to Devkund Waterfall around 7 am. Explore the Jungle and help your fellow trekkers if they need any.

Yay! We are Here!

Around 9:30 am we will reach Devkund Waterfall. Enjoy the Pond, take a dip in it and take selfies and group photos whenever possible. We will start descend around 10:30 am.

Lovely Rural Lunch

We will reach Bhira around 1 pm. Freshen up and enjoy the feast of local delicacies of Vegetarian and Non-Vegetarian dishes.

What an Amazing Experience!

Around 02.30 pm we will head back to Mumbai bidding Adieu to Devkund Waterfall and Bhira village, thanking them for providing us a wonderful experience.



  • Breakfast & tea
    Dadar to Dadar Transportation
    Local Tickets & Expenses
    Expertise charges
    First aid kit


  • Any other personal expenses other than above mentioned

Things to Carry:

  • At least 2 ltrs of drinking water
    Photo ID card
    Good trekking or sport shoes (Compulsory)
    Some ready to eat food (plum cakes, biscuits)
    Electral/Tang powder/Glucose-D/salt
    Cap, camera, mobiles phones, socks, extra pairs of clothes (if required)
    Any personal medicine


1. Smoking and drinking alcohol is strictly prohibited.
2. Trek/camp leader's decision will be final and binding.
3. Small Steps reserves all the right to change/deviate/cancel the plans without prior notice.
4. Telephonic confirmation is mandatory; if unable to contact us then send a text message and we will call you back.
6. Please avoid wearing Gold and other jewelry.
7. Please do not carry handbags or Jholas or Sling bags on treks.



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Devkund Waterfal
Organizer Reviews 3.9 (20)
Reviews for Organizer 3.9
Really loved this trek.. while going in , the uphill task is a little daunting.

The woods are real thick at some places and ambiance is quite refreshing.

The climb is difficult at some places as there are not well constructed steps.

However, some parts up the fort are steep and takes a challenging climb.

The paths are streams of either bogs or mossy rocks -- each having their own fun hazards.

But that is what keeps the trek natural and exciting.

There are pretty white crabs in the stream-paths -- very interesting.

The trip to top was awesome.

The strong breeze blowing at the top quickly dries off the sweat from the climb too.

This was the week of onslaught of the monsoon, so it was amazing warm monsoon rain and as we got closer there was also mist and fog.

It was green and wet all over.

The view of the surrounding countryside from the top is simply breathtaking. Well worth the climb up.

The fort is in ruins and makes a beautiful place for pictures..

The greenery just added to the awesomeness. the view from top is gorgeous..

There is nothing much to see atop the fort except some water cisterns and the thumbs up point.

The shape of the hill-top is fascinating. It replicates your mood giving you a thumbs up when you finish a couple of tough climbs,

but also taking the opportunity of showing a ""up yours"" when you're struggling.

From the top you can really appreciate the control this fort would have given the incumbent in seasons like this.

Really loved the time spent on top.

There is nothing much to see at the top of the fort except the surroundings.

However, we were treated to a spectacular view from the top.

It indeed feels great once we have reached the top.

But the moment we reached the top, clouds began moving in and all of a sudden it just started pouring..

The sudden change was indeed welcome.

But due to the rains, the path down had become super slippery..

Coming down was difficult in the bad patches due to steepness of the rocky roads.

My research had dismissed the climb as an ""easy"" one: I can attest that in the monsoon rain and fog it is definitely close to the top rating on difficulty.

But this shouldn't daunt you since you're likely to be surrounded

by singing dancing dare-devil fellow trekkers in this season.

There is a small bird sanctuary just at the base.

We were treated to the sights of peacocks and a few little rabbits.

All is well that ends well. It was worth the while, and the victory of surmounting the difficult is always sweet.

Overall Experience was amazing...Simply wow... cannot get over with the great experience...totally spellbound by the beauty of the place...

never felt so close to nature especially after the concrete jungle that is Mumbai

The initial climb is a tough one, the middle is a ridge -- a reward with great views.

The climb is steep but on the bright side very short ( barely 3 kms).

However I feel that this trek does offer a great break from busy and polluted citylife.

In conclusion, trekking up Karnala is a fun and enriching experience.

Thanks to SSA for this beautiful memorable experience... Team leaders were very polite and helpful...The food was provided just like ghar ka khana... Fellow trekkers were so good and friendly... really enjoyed...Once again Thank you SSA....
- by PRERANA JAGANNATH BHATADE for One Day Trek to Karnala Fort organized by .

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