Tapalwadi Waterfall in Neral Near Mumbai

Tapalwadi Waterfall in Neral is famous one day tourist attraction of Mumbai. Tapalwadi Waterfall is not biggest waterfall in height but flow of water is maximum and tourist can enjoy it. Located in In Thane district is a 350 feet waterfall. Once the monsoon is over, visitors can enjoy rappelling and rock climbing here.

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Fact About Tapalwadi Waterfall in Neral

Address: Tapalwadi Water Falls, Thane District, Maharashtra, India
Location: Just 3 km from Neral station
Pincode: 410101
Height of Falls: 350 feet
Signification: Famous one day picnic spot near Mumbai
Main Attraction: Flow of water and noiseless weather
Famous As: Tapalwadi Waterfall
Things to do: Traking, Photography and Picnic
How to reach By Air: Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport Mumbai 81 km from Tapalwadi Waterfall.
How to reach By Rail: Neral Railway Station Just 3 km from Tapalwadi Waterfall. Karjat Railway Station also the very nearby railway stations to Tapalwadi Waterfall.
How to reach By Bus or Road: Easily reach by own vehicle from mumbai city hire taxi or cab to reach Tapalwadi Waterfall.

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Tapalwadi Waterfall area is surrounded by lush greenery. Its beauty and lovely makes it an ideal destination for all tourist. It is far away from the city makes it noiseless and hassles of daily life. It is on the Matheran hill station road just 3 km from Neral railway station.

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Entry Fee and Timing for Tapalwadi Waterfall in Neral

Open Days: Open All Days
Visit Duration: 3 hours
Photography: Allowed
Timing: 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Best time to visit: During the monsoon months between june to september
Entry Fee: Free to All

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The best time to visit Tapalwadi during the monsoon months. In between june to september the flow of water at Tapalwadi Waterfall is maximum. Tourist can also visit after a rainy season but some time can not seen water flow. Also in rainy season Waterfalls can be dangerous because of landslides, rock fall, slippery surface, deep waters, etc.

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