Devkund Waterfall Trek

Located deep within the forests of the Western Ghats, Devkund waterfall is an undiscovered paradise. The waterfall cascades down from an overhanging rock into a turquoise natural pool below. You'll trek through the rain-soaked wilderness, through layers of misty fog, and come upon this waterfall at the end of a short trail. The waterfall is an ideal place for photography, for swimming in the pool, or for exploring the area around.


The Devkund waterfall is located inside the Tamhini Ghat region, and combines the best of the Western Ghat trek experience. Noted for its rich biodiversity, the area surrounding the waterfall has dense woods, tropical flora and fauna, and clear lakes and streams. The monsoon is the best time to go, because the waterfall is in full spate and the pool is full.

Destination highlights

Explore one of the lesser known beauties of the Western Ghats. | Splash about in a natural pool at the base of a waterfall. | Spend the weekend out in nature.




8 km

4 hrs

8 km

Pritam Hotel, Dadar (East) at 23:00 hrs

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Pritam Hotel, Dadar (East) at 20:00 hrs

Private non-A/C bus

Bhira Village

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Arrive at the Pritam Hotel in Dadar (East) by 23:00 hrs. Here, you'll meet your trek leader and your fellow trekkers. You'll board a non-AC, private bus along with the rest of your group and begin the journey to the base village of this trek, Bhira. En route, you'll stop at the K Star Mall at Chembur, below the flyover in Sector 17 at Vashi and at Hotel 3 Star at Kharghar to pick-up other trekkers along the way. You'll reach Bhira after a 4-5 hr drive.

Overnight in bus journey to Bhira.

Your trip begins from the Pritam Hotel in Dadar (East) at 23:00 hrs. Travel to the base village of Bhira will be arranged in non-AC, private bus. Since no meals are included in today's meal package, make sure to eat dinner before reporting to the pick-up point. Common washrooms and changing rooms will also be available at the base village.


No meals provided


Day 1 Milestone



23:00 PM

After arriving at Bhira, you'll spend some time in the bus waiting for the break of dawn. You can take a nap or interact with your fellow trekkers. In the morning, grab some breakfast over a short session of briefing and introductions. You'll commence the trek and make your way through the forest towards Devkund. Spend some time at the waterfall admiring its beauty and take a dip in the cool waters of the pond. By noon, you'll begin the return trek back to Bhira. Here, you'll have lunch and board the bus to travel back to Mumbai. Subject to traffic conditions, you should reach Dadar by 20:00 hrs.

Your trip ends before nightfall.

Today's meal package includes breakfast and lunch. Both meals will be vegetarian and served at the base village of Bhira. Your trip ends as you arrive back in Dadar by 22:00 hrs, subject to traffic conditions.


Breakfast | Lunch


Day 2 Milestone



05:00 AM

Includes / Excludes


  • Travel arrangements from Dadar-Dadar in non-AC, private bus
  • Vegetarian meals including breakfast and lunch
  • Services of experienced trek leader
  • All applicable taxes


  • Travel arrangements from base city to Dadar
  • Any costs arising out of unforeseen circumstances such as bad weather, road blocks etc.
  • Personal expenses such as tips to staff, additional meals or beverages etc.
  • Adventure travel or medical insurance
  • Anything not mentioned in inclusions

What to Wear

What to Wear

  • Warm jacket/Raincoat
  • Comfortable trekking clothing, long sleeved t-shirt and pants
  • Trekking shoes with good grip
  • Socks
  • Cap
  • Sunglasses
  • Scarf
  • Extra pair of clothes
  • Gloves
  • Not to wear - Expensive jewellery or watches
  • Slippers or sandals
  • Sling bags

What not to Wear

  • Loose clothing that will tangle around you while swimming
  • Restrictive clothing
  • Flip-flops

Equipment / Gear

We Provide

  • Trek guide
  • Technical trekking equipment, if required
  • Transport by bus from Mumbai and back

You need to get

  • ID card
  • 2 ltrs water bottle
  • Camera
  • Enerzyl powder or Glucon D powder
  • Extra snacks and biscuits
  • Clean napkin or small towel
  • Haversack or backpack
  • Hand sanitizer
  • Torch
  • Packed lunch (compulsory)

Medical Kit

  • Please carry specific personal or prescribed medication, personal first-aid kit.

Cancellation policy

For cancellations made more than 10 days before departure of the Devkund Waterfall trek: 75% refund.

For cancellations made 5-10 days before departure of the Devkund Waterfall trek: 50% refund.

For cancellations made 0-5 days before departure of the Devkund Waterfall trek: No refund.

No show: No refund.

All refunds will be processed after deducting any transaction charges.

Rules on trip

Travellers are required to adhere to instructions of the trek leader during the trek to Devkund Waterfall.

Consumption of alcohol, drugs, tobacco products and cigarettes is strictly prohibited during the trip.

Travellers are requested to treat the local culture with respect and avoid littering, defacing property and monuments and causing general disturbance.

Additional instructions, booking policies, terms and conditions

The tour operator reserves the right to cancel or alter the itinerary of the trek to Devkund Waterfall to maximize the safety of travellers as well as staff.

Travellers will be required to bear any additional costs arising due to unforeseen circumstances such as bad weather, road blocks etc.

Devkund waterfall trek deleted traveltrikon Reviews


  • Rated : 5


    'I had booked a trek to Devkund Waterfalls on 29th October through The Great Next. It was an amazing experience. As it was my first trek ever, I was very unsure about the expedition but started liking it as soon the the trip begin. Trek leads were friendly and well organized. The safety during our time at the waterfall was taken care very well and the information regarding what all to carry and what to expect during the trek was very accurate. Overall, I had an very good first experience and looking forward to go for more with The Great Next.'