Pune Railway Station is one of the most well-known landmarks in the city and is easily accessible by road.
The monsoon brings with it many adventures in Maharashtra; and the Kataldhar waterfall is one that you won't forget! During the summer, this waterfall dries up, but as the land turns green around, the flow of this fall thunders down over the rocks, filling the air around you with a fine spray. While Lonavala has many trekking destinations, Kataldhar is its hidden gem. Offering a thrilling and challenging route through slippery stretches and dense forests, Kataldhar waterfall has a breathtaking view. It is however recommended to take this trek with expert guides, as it’s extremely easy to lose your way through these forests.
Located close to Lonavala, Kataldhar trek takes about 3-4 hours to get to the waterfall. You'll start your trek from the station, walking along a road that cuts through tropical forests. The waterfall is not too far from Rajmachi, so you'll get to see some interesting sights, including the scenic Rajmachi fort.
Take on the challenge of an adventurous route | Traverse a dense forest filled with the sounds of nature | Dive into the pools beneath the waterfall for a refreshing dip
Participants gather at Pune station at 5:50 a.m. From here you will start your journey towards Lonavala with the rest of the group. Breakfast and tea will provided en route. By around 8 am, you'll reach Lonavala, and begin your trek towards Kataldhar waterfall. You’ll reach the waterfall by noon and you can enjoy your time here, admire the view, explore the area around, and take a dip in the water. After lunch, you’ll start the return trek to Lonavala, and further proceed on your journey back to Pune.
Below are the refund details if cancellations are made:
More than 30 days prior to departure - 100% refund.
Between 20 to 30 days prior to departure - 80% refund.
Between 10 to 20 days prior to departure - 50% refund.
Less than 10 days prior to departure - NIL (No refund).
lt is mandatory to carry a valid photo ID for this trek.