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List of Waterfalls in Gujarat – 16 Awesome Waterfalls

July 16, 2017

Koshmal Waterfall, Dangs

My second list! During the last summer vacation, I prepared a list of hill stations in Gujarat. The article has since garnered a warm response from visitors and from Google too, it holds the top spot for the term ‘hill stations of Gujarat’. Taking cue from it, here’s my list of waterfalls in South Gujarat.

Why waterfalls?
Because waterfalls are gorgeous, powerful and mesmerizing, aren’t they? 🙂

Why South Gujarat?
As I have sparse knowledge about other areas of Gujarat. South Gujarat is home ground for me because my hometown is Vansda.

[UPDATE 05 May, 2017]

I have updated this post to include ALL waterfalls of Gujarat – not just South Gujarat. Below list of waterfalls in Gujarat is the ultimate list you need to plan your monsoon trips in Gujarat area.

I’ve tried to cover all waterfalls known to me. If I have missed any destination, please contact me or leave a comment down.

Happy Waterfalls Exploring! 🙂

The Ultimate List of Waterfalls in Gujarat

Click on waterfalls title name for its location map, water flow, accessibility, tourist rush, food availability, driving directions and trekking options.

1. Gira Falls, Wanarchod, Waghai (aka, Gira Dhodh)

Location: 5km from Waghai, on Waghai – Saputara Road

Water Flow: June – January

Accessibility: Easy

Tourist Rush: High

Food: Yes – Snacks, Tea, Wafers, Boiled Corn (Worth trying) – All Seasons

Reaching to the Bottom: Possible (Very dangerous in the monsoon)

Gira Falls, Waghai (aka, Gira Dhodh) - List of Waterfalls in South Gujarat

Located about 5 km from Waghai town, the Gira waterfall is a 30 m natural drop in the Ambica River. It is open to public and accessible during the year.

Tribal artists sell aesthetic handicrafts here. Gira Falls are the most popular falls in Gujarat. Also known as Gira Dhodh, the place attains massive visitors as it falls on the Saputara road. One can visit the nearby Waghai Botanical Garden as well.

Photos, Travelogue and Detailed Information: Girafalls Wanarchod, Waghai Saputara

2. Girmal Waterfalls, Mahal, Subir, Ahwa (aka Girimala)

Before going further, let me clear out a common confusion of many tourists. The puzzle of Gira vs Girmal. 

Both are different.
Gira Falls or Gira Dhodh is the one near Waghai. Girmal or Girimala is the one near Subir, Ahwa. The former one, Gira can be easily reached while Girmal is located quite deeper.

Back to Girmal:

Location: 50 km from Ahwa, 20 km from Subir

Water Flow: July – December

Accessibility: Hard

Tourist Rush: Low

Food: Tea, Snacks – During Season

Reaching to the Bottom: Possible (Very dangerous in the monsoon)

Driving Directions:
From Ahwa
Arrive at Subir village from Ahwa (30 km);
Go straight and arrive at Nishana check-post (12 km);
Take a left turn and Arrive at village Girmal (8 km);
Take a left turn and arrive at Girmal waterfalls (2 km).
Road from check-post to fall is single lane with rough patches. Otherwise drivable.

Girmal Waterfalls, Mahal, Subir, Ahwa (aka Girimala) - List of Waterfalls in South Gujarat

Touted as the tallest waterfall of Gujarat, deep inside the wild forests of Dang, Girmal stands tall spawning tiny water particles infinitely. Silver fog and 7 colored rainbows are often seen through. Forest department has built spectacular view points and pathways. Safety railing is roped to prevent accidents. Steps are carved as well to reach near Girmal.

On the way to Girmal, at some point, the river Gira takes a complete U-turn. Forest department has developed a beautiful viewpoint exactly above the U-turn.

Eco-Development Committee of the department also runs a restaurant named ‘U-turn restaurant’. Tasty food, do try it.

A full day is needed for this destination. You will cherish the memories of this adventure forever, I assure you.

Photos, Travelogue and Detailed Information: Girmal Waterfall – Highest Falls of Gujarat

3. Shankar Waterfall, Near Wilson Hills, Dharampur

Location: 40 km from Dharampur, 6 km from Wilson Hills

Water Flow: July End – December

Accessibility: Medium

Tourist Rush: Low

Food: One or two locals else nothing. Visit Wilson Hills for food.

Reaching to the Bottom: Possible

Driving Directions:
When you are going to Wilson Hills,
There will be a right turn just before the main gate (Near the village)
From where Shankar fall is just 6 km.
You can ask any villager about the exact route.

[Photos] [Monsoon] Wilson Hills Dharampur and Shankar Dhodh Waterfalls in Monsoon

Shankar waterfall has recently gained eyeballs of tourists. It was unknown to most people a couple of years back.  Unlike Gira or Girmal, this fall doesn’t unleash gallons of waters to the bottom, instead a thin stream of water showers the earth.

Fortunately, that’s why one can trek to the bottom and take a shower!

I’ve already written a comprehensive article here: Wilson Hill Station Dharampur & Shankar Waterfall – Hidden Gems Of South Gujarat

4. Chimer Fall, Songadh, Tapi (aka Chichkund Waterfall)

Location: 40 km from Songadh, 50 km from Ahwa

Water Flow: June – December (Unconfirmed)

Accessibility: Hard

Tourist Rush: Low

Food: None

Reaching to Bottom: Possible (From the opposite route)

Chimer Fall, Songadh, Tapi (aka Chichkund Waterfall) - List of Waterfalls in South Gujarat

Reaching to Chimer Fall needs a bit of walking, passing through some farms. Mostly unknown to tourists. The uniqueness factors being,
A. There are actually four falls. So Chimer is, Buy 1 Get 4 package!
B. Highest waterfall in Gujarat (Unconfirmed)

Photos, Travelogue and Detailed Information: Chimer Waterfall

5. Shiv Ghat, Ahwa (Small Fall)

Location: 10 km from Ahwa

Water Flow: June – January

Accessibility: Easy

Tourist Rush: Average

Food: None and Not Required

Reaching to Bottom: Possible

Shiv Ghat, Ahwa (Small Fall) - List of Waterfalls in South Gujarat

Shiva Ghat is 10 minutes from Ahwa, Dang district headquarters. No extra driving efforts are needed to visit this fall as it falls directly on the Ahwa – Waghai road. The name Shiva comes from the temple nearby the fall.

6. Barda Waterfalls, Chankhal, Ahwa

Location: 10 km from Ahwa, on Ahwa – Mahal Road

Water Flow: June – November End

Accessibility: Medium

Tourist Rush: Low

Food: None

Reaching to Bottom: Possible, but dangerous

Driving Directions: 
A right turn from the Ahwa-Mahal road just before village Chankhal and a 30 minutes trek leads to this beautiful fall.

Barda Waterfalls, Chankhal, Ahwa - List of Waterfalls in South Gujarat

Barda is a twelve-step falls near village Chankhal. It’s more known as trekking destination in the Dangs. It doesn’t have refreshment facilities either at the spot or along the route. Therefore one has to carry oneself essentials like snacks, water etc. from the nearest town Ahwa.

Photos, Travelogue and Detailed Information: Barda Waterfalls, Dangs, Gujarat

7. Jodiya Waterfalls, Bilpudi, Dharampur

Location: 12 km from Dharampur, on Barumal Road, 2 km from main road

Water Flow: June – November Mid

Accessibility: Medium

Tourist Rush: High on Weekends, Less otherwise

Food: None

Reaching to Bottom: Possible, but dangerous

Driving Directions: Roads are single, yet to construct and muddy. Two opposite cars can’t pass at the same time. Cars can go upto a certain point, after that you have to walk to reach near falls. That walk in lap of nature will blow your mind with the smell of fresh air.

Bilpudi Jodiya Waterfalls Dharampur

There are two waterfalls in that area. So they are called as Jodiya waterfalls. One crashes from 30 feet. Another one is falling from 20 feet.

Photos, Travelogue and Detailed Information: Jodiya Waterfalls Dharampur

8. Khuniya Mahadev Waterfalls, Pavagadh, Vadodara


Water Flow: July to Mid November

Accessibility: Medium

Tourist Rush: High during Shivratri and Shravan Season

Food: None

Reaching to Bottom: Easily Reachable

Khuniya Mahadev Falls Near Pavagadh, Vadodara 1

More Photos, Travelogue and Detailed Information: Khuniya Mahadev Falls Near Pavagadh, Vadodara

9. Trambak Waterfalls, Bhavnagar

Location: 20 km from Bhavnagar City.

Water Flow: July to November

Accessibility: Medium

Tourist Rush: Average

Food: None

Reaching to Bottom: Reachable

Trambak Waterfalls, Bhavnagar, Gujarat Blog Cover

More Photos, Travelogue and Detailed Information: Trambak Waterfalls, Bhavnagar, Gujarat

10. Koshmal Waterfalls, Bhenskatri Dangs

Location: Deep in Dang jungles near Waghai.

Water Flow: Mid June to September

Accessibility: Hard

Tourist Rush: No Rush

Food: None

Reaching to Bottom: Possibly but extremely difficult. Need to trek down with experienced local.

Koshmal Waterfalls - Hidden Treasure in Dangs Blog Cover

More Photos, Travelogue and Detailed Information: Koshmal Waterfalls, Waghai, Dangs

11. Jamjir Waterfall, Gir, Junagadh

Location: Jamvala Village, Gir

Water Flow: – Not Known –

Accessibility: – Not Known –

Tourist Rush: – Not Known –

Food: – Not Known –

Reaching to Bottom: – Not Known –

Man Jumping Over at Jamjir Water Fall at Jamvala Gir, Junagadh Cover2 Blog

12. Ninai Falls Waterfall in Dediapada

Location: Ninai is located off State Highway 163 (Gujarat). It is approximately 35 km from Dediapada and approximately 143 km from Surat.

Water Flow: – Not Known –

Accessibility: – Not Known –

Tourist Rush: – Not Known –

Food: – Not Known –

Reaching to Bottom: – Not Known –

Ninai Falls - Waterfall in Dediapada, Gujarat - Cover Blog

More Photos, Travelogue and Detailed Information: Ninai Falls Waterfall in Dediapada, Gujarat

13. Hathni Mata Waterfall Near Vadodara

Location: 30 km from Pavagadh in Indian state Gujarat.

Water Flow: – Not Known –

Accessibility: – Not Known –

Tourist Rush: – Not Known –

Food: – Not Known –

Reaching to Bottom: – Not Known –

Hathni Mata Waterfalls Vadodara Cover Blog

More Photos, Travelogue and Detailed Information: Hathni Mata Waterfall Near Vadodara

14. Gaumukh Waterfall Songadh

Location: 13 km from Songadh city.

Water Flow: – Not Known –

Accessibility: – Not Known –

Tourist Rush: – Not Known –

Food: None

Reaching to Bottom: Easily Accessible

Gaumukh Waterfall Vyara Cover Photo Blog

15. Zanzari Waterfall, Dehgam

Location: Dehgam

Water Flow: June to November

Accessibility: Easy

Tourist Rush: Medium

Food: Tea & Packaged Snacks in Season

Reaching to Bottom: Possible

Zanzari Waterfalls Cover Photo Blog

More Photos, Travelogue and Detailed Information: Zanzari Waterfall on Vatrak River at Dehgam

16. Zarwani Waterfalls Dediapada, Rajpipla

Location: Shoolpaneshwar Sanctury Narmada

Water Flow: June to November

Accessibility: Easy

Tourist Rush: Medium

Food: Tea & Packaged Snacks in Season

Reaching to Bottom: Possible

Zarwani Waterfalls Rajpipla, Gujarat Blog 1

More Photos, Travelogue and Detailed Information: Zarwani Waterfalls Rajpipla, Gujarat

This post could have never been written without inputs from Mr. Ketur Patel, a wonderful travel enthusiast from Surat. He has an encyclopedic knowledge about tourist destinations in Gujarat. Thanks a ton!

I’m always looking forward to improve quality of this post. If you’ve been to a place which is not listed above, please share its detail. I’d add it here so that it can be helpful to all future travelers.

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  1. Reply


    July 3, 2018

    A fantastic and very useful list and guide on Gujarat water falls. I would like to add some more about NInai Dhoodh… It’s a wonderful place inside Soolapaneshwar Sanctuary. From Dedia pads, the road is fantastic with fresh greenery around, and a river flowing along the road….You have to climb down a few hundred steps to reach the falls, and it can be quite tideous for elders. You can’t access the base but can take bath in the gushing water. Perfect visit during August/ September, once the monsoon weakens….

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    Imran Khan

    September 23, 2017

    May be Dhabosa Waterfall is missing or may be it will in Maharashtra border

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      Darpan Dodiya

      September 24, 2017

      Yes, right Imaran. It falls under Maharashtra border, around 20 km from Gujarat.

      Thanks for dropping a note about the fall. I will add it under the list of waterfalls near Gujarat. 🙂

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    Sumit P. Makwana

    August 15, 2017

    It’s nice to see someone compiling list of waterfalls in Gujarat. Great information and very useful.

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      Darpan Dodiya

      August 15, 2017

      Thank you very much Mr. Makwana. 🙂

      If you see any waterfall missing here, please let me know. Would be helpful contribution.

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    June 23, 2017

    Hi we are planning to go girmal fall and gira fall in next week hows the views over there at that time and we are planning to stay a night there is there any resort or hotel there

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      Darpan Dodiya

      June 23, 2017

      Monsoon is the best time to visit these waterfalls. Views will be breathtaking.

      Near Gira Falls, there’s Kilad Campsite.

      Near Girmal Falls, you’ll find Mahal Campsite and Maa Shabari resort.

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    Pratham Patel

    May 16, 2017

    Thanks a ton Darpan bhai.

    Got to know many waterfalls after reading this.

    Barring few famous waterfalls, I wasn’t aware about rest, like Koshmal Falls in Dang.

    Thanks again. This Monsoon’s going to be good!

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      Darpan Dodiya

      May 19, 2017

      Happy to know it’s helping you! 🙂

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    January 27, 2017

    I m loking 4 any means any kind of place whr a waterfall, a river bank, a beach or any resort within 50 km radius from surat for tomorrow which should be less popukar nd less crowded.urgent suggestions seeked.

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    January 4, 2017

    This was very informative and useful. Thank you!

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      Darpan Dodiya

      January 5, 2017

      Happy to hear that! 🙂

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    November 28, 2016

    Thanks for the information Mr. Darpan…..

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      Darpan Dodiya

      November 28, 2016

      Happy to help! 🙂

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    November 28, 2016

    Do you have any idea of zarvani waterfall in the same time i.e. in january…. Can we get waterfall at that time…?

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      Darpan Dodiya

      November 28, 2016

      No confident idea, however I recently saw a photo of that waterfall. Its about to dry up, by January, it could be just small pool of water.

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    November 28, 2016

    Can we get waterfall in January this year? We are arranging a tour. In next month….

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      Darpan Dodiya

      November 28, 2016

      I doubt. You may go to Gira Waterfalls, but flow of water would look like water coming out from 3″ pipe 😀

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    Ria shah

    October 28, 2016

    Very admirable work!

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      Darpan Dodiya

      October 28, 2016

      Thank you! 🙂

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    October 24, 2016

    Wonderful to see someone from Gujarat compiling a list of destinations like this. Have been travelling to my hometown Surat but had not heard of so many destinations that you list. Great work. Keep going. Diwali is going to be quite crowded at all these places, but would definitely want to visit them in off-season

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      Darpan Dodiya

      October 28, 2016

      Thank you!

      Dang and Tapi areas are full of such destinations. In fact, in my recent visit of September, I discovered 3-4 more waterfalls taking help of locals. September is the best month to visit such natural places, as no crowds, rain wouldn’t be much and area would be full of greenery.

      If you know any other place apart from the ones listed in the article, feel free to share! 🙂

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    October 7, 2016

    Nice info

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      Darpan Dodiya

      October 7, 2016

      Glad to see it helping you! 🙂

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    Ravi Tripathi

    September 30, 2016

    Dear Darpan,
    Any idea if we can get lunch for 120 persons mainly students aged 9 yrs at Gira falls. or if you know any restaurants nearby. pl contact me on Ravi

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      Darpan Dodiya

      October 1, 2016

      Hi Mr. Ravi,

      Lunch arrangements for 120 persons is hard to get.

      Generally, schools and colleges bring their own utensils and cook food.

      I will contact couple of hotel owners I know of and ask them about your requirement.

      Will drop you SMS on your phone number.

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    Yogesh patel

    September 7, 2016

    Hi darpan i am yogesh from ahmedabad ,I would like to know is there any staying facilities in ahwa or any package for all water fall visit for two or three days ? Please give me details if anyone.thanks.

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      Darpan Dodiya

      September 9, 2016

      Hello Mr. Yogesh,

      Unfortunately, there’s no tour operator as such.

      Yes, there’s stay facility in Ahwa.

      Resort is present at Shabari Dham as well.

      Search for “Where to stay in Dang” on Google and you shall find an article from my site. Visit it to get contact number and further information about those accomodation options.

      PS. Plan your trip before October month if possible. Waterfalls will loose their charisma by then.

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    August 26, 2016

    very good information regarding to waterfall in south gujarat.
    nice work

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      Darpan Dodiya

      August 27, 2016

      Thank you Tejas 🙂

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    August 25, 2016

    Superb list bro.

    I would like to suggest .

    Add one more waterfall from which is near dahegam

    “zanzari waterfalls”

    • Reply

      Darpan Dodiya

      August 25, 2016

      Thanks for suggesting. Will update the article.

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    pankaj parmar

    August 23, 2016

    i want to know about the date of monsoon festival of saputara this year
    and also place which is best known for nature near by saputara and vaghai.

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    Pramod Patil

    August 20, 2016

    Sir how to reach bilpudi waterfall from dharampur? Is it safe waterfall for children&women

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    June 6, 2016

    Hi Darapan,
    Very nice and usefull information
    can you also tell me which place of gujarat have rivers and hills both and is easy to arrive as i am looking to
    buy a home / cottage to spend weekend or holidays

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      Darpan Dodiya

      July 3, 2016

      Hi Hitesh,

      Dang area has rivers as well as hills, but from what I know buying land is hard there.

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    Rajesh Tarpara

    May 22, 2016

    Good information keep it up

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    December 22, 2015

    Do both ahwa falls have water in December?

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      Darpan Dodiya

      December 22, 2015

      No, they don’t.

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    Aastha Mathur

    October 27, 2015

    pls suggest some waterfall visit for the month of November. I live in Ahmedabad so pls temme the distance between also.

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      Darpan Dodiya

      October 28, 2015

      You may try out Girafall, Waghai and Girimal near Mahal.

      Distance between Ahmedabad and Waghai would be around 350 km, 6 hours.

      Girafall is 5 minutes from Waghai.

      Girimal is an one and half hour from Waghai.

      Happy Journey!

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    October 4, 2015

    give me a answer sir which waterfaul is running in oct month Jodiya Waterfalls, Bilpudi, Dharampur & Wilson Hill Station Dharampur & Shankar Waterfall

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      Darpan Dodiya

      October 4, 2015

      In my opinion, both will be running.

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    Akash Ghaware

    September 10, 2015

    Nice Work…Thank You for the information….

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      Darpan Dodiya

      September 10, 2015

      Anytime Akash! 🙂


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