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Ninai Falls – Waterfall in Dediapada, Gujarat

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May 15, 2017

Ninai is a waterfall in Dediapada taluka of Narmada district in the Indian state of Gujarat.

Ninai is located off State Highway 163 (Gujarat). It is approximately 35 km from Dediapada and approximately 143 km from Surat. Nearest railway station is Bharuch which is around 125 km away and nearest airport is Surat.

Height

The height of Ninai falls is more than 30 feet.

Ninai Falls has tremendous beauty around it. It is situated in Dediapada’s beautiful forest ranges besides Shoolpaneshwar wildlife sanctuary.

The Narmada district collectorate is promoting the Sardar Sarovar dam and its surrounding tribal region as possible eco-tourism hotspots. The plan includes the Ninaighat waterfalls also.

Reference: Wikipedia


There’s one page on Facebook, named as Discover Dediapada which promotes tourism in Dediapada area. Check it out at: https://www.facebook.com/DiscoverDediapada

Blog by Urvish has also excellent info: https://urvsh.wordpress.com/tag/ninai-waterfall/

This post is in publishing pipeline and will be updated soon.


Cover Image: djtailor @ YouTube


Copying a comment left by Mr Murali on another article:

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….

Thanks for sharing Mr Murli!

 

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    Murali

    August 1, 2018

    Hello Dharpan..
    Thanks for updating my comments on your site, about NInai Dhoth…
    Inspired by your posting, I explored in and around Ankleshwar, near the Narmada…. I found a few Dhoth and explored one, last Sunday. It’s Badva Waterfalls, it’s already marked in Google and the actual location is perfect.
    I am giving you a few updates on that…
    Name: Badva Waterfalls, marked in Google
    Place: Might be Bharuch or Narmada DT, I am not sure
    Access: approx 4 km from Netrang-Rajpipla Rajpardi road, car can go for 2km, after that, it there is no paved road, you need to test your skills. Of course, my Alto cooperated well and we went upto the maximum possible-3km. After that you have to walk a km to see the glimpse of the falls. This is not accessible even by two wheeler….
    Crowd- this will be your private falls. We were told.some.crowd will be there, in Nov…
    Time to visit- Monsoon, we were told that even in December water will be there, but no idea whether it’s right…
    I will share a few photos separately in your mail…

    Thanks Dharpan for your good work, and I am happy to add to your vast input

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      Darpan Dodiya

      August 4, 2018

      Thanks a lot Murali sir.

      I will publish a post about this waterfall today.

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    Darpan Dodiya

    July 3, 2018

    Copying a comment left by Mr Murali on another article:

    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….

    Thanks for sharing Mr Murli!

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