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Napne Waterfall

Sindhudurg ,Vaibhavwadi

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Konkan is famous for its seasonal monsoon waterfalls. During monsoon one can see number of waterfalls cascading down along the mountain range. But all these waterfalls vanish once the monsoon is over. Napane waterfall is an exception. This is the only round the year waterfall in Sindhudurg.

Napane is a small remote village in Vaibhavwadi tehsil. This fall has its origin at Nadhavde, 5kms upstream. At Nadhavade a water spring has sprouted suddenly at one place. Locals call it as 'umala'. After a journey of some 4-5kms, the river jumps down resulting in a splendid waterfall. Surrounded by lush green forests this spot has a scenic beauty. One can have a chance to study variety of flora and fauna here. Many species of birds can be seen and heard here.

Though Napane is the only round the year waterfall in the district best time to visit is September to early February. During this period one can enjoy the grandeur of this waterfall. This is the place with beauty, peace and adventure. We have a superb place to stay beside napne waterfall named JUNGLE RESORT.

  • Accommodation :
    Napane has very few residential facilities offering only basic facilities. A day excursion is advised. For a comfortable stay one can choose Kankavli (40kms) or Talere where good quality accommodation is available.

  • Getting There :
    Napane is 15kms away from Vaibhavvawadi. A motorable road branches off from Nadhavade, a village on Vaibhavvawadi- Talere road. From Nadhavade, distance is 9kms. The road is in fairly good condition. If you are using NH-17, either you can take left at Talere and visit Napane via Nadhavade or can take left at Nadgive and join Nadhavade-Napane road in between. If traveling by Konkan Rail, alight at Vaibhavwadi station.

  • By Air:
    Dabolim goa.

  • By Rail :
    Nearest railway station is vaibhavwadi road railway station.

  • By Road :
    There are regular buses from other major cities of the country to vaibhavwadi.

  • Places to see nearby :

    Radhanagri Wildlife Sanctuary : The first wildlife sanctuary of Maharashtra, was notified in 1958. Radhanagari Wildlife Sanctuary spreads over an area of 351 km2 and is a south tropical semi-evergreen forest. It lies at the southern end of the Sahyadri sub-cluster and is popularly known as "Bison Sanctuary" as the Indian Bison or gaur (Bos gaurus) is the flagship species of the area. Other animals, sheltered in the sanctuary are Leopard, Sloth bear, Wild Boar, Barking Deer, Mouse Deer, Sambar, Giant Squirrel, Wild Dogs, counted among some of the major animals found in the protected area.

    Shivgad fort :
    Located at Ghonsari, Phondaghat. This magnificent fort beckons adventurous tourists and mountaineers. Since the terrain and peaks of this region comes in contact with Asia’s largest known biodiversity for flora and founa Dajipur Bison sentcury, the view of the area surrounding the fort is a major attraction here. Kasarde Salva mountains Gagangad and clearly visible from this fort. Goddess Bhavanimata’s Temple of remains of some imposing structures. Cannons are also seen inside the fort but to vive all this one has to trek to the top.

    Vyaghreshwar Waterfall :
    After onset of rainy season tourists like to see waterfalls. Amboli, Napne and Savdav waterfalls are too successful to attract them but Vyaghreshwar waterfall at Manche, which descends from 300 feet height, is out of sight for a long time. Enchanting mountain range, vales and between them the pleasant waterfall, ancient Vyaghreshwar temple, the surroundings is dreamy and attracting.

    Aianari caves :These caves are 8 km from village Bhuibavda in Sahyadri range. There is a natures wonder of spring flowing continuously in the cave. You can see 5 kundas as Pandavekundas. There is a local belief that Bhima, the pandav, killed Bakasur, in the forest, nearby.

  • Map : Napne Waterfall

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