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We saw Bhilar waterfalls from a distance on our way to Mapro Garden. It's quite a good view with valleys, hills in the backdrop and Bhilar waterfalls. We stopped here for 15 minutes to enjoy the view, take good pics and enjoyed boiled corn while...More
One can see the Bhilar waterfalls when driving on the Mahabaleshwar Panchgani main road.
The falls are impressive specially during monsoon season. To have a closer look, one can look through the telescopes available for a nominal charge, though you may need to bargain quite...More
Almost all the tourist guides will cover this waterfall and you will feel this is something important. But you see this waterfall from a far away distance and its pretty tiny (even during monsoons). But hey, you can view this from a telescope at very...More
The Bhilar waterfalls are visible from a vantage point on the Panchgani Mahabaleshwar route.
To get a better view, one can look through the telescopes available for a small fee. Being peak of monsoon, there was abundant water flowing and made for a great sight...More
From this point we could see the waterfall. We paid Rs. 30 per person to see the waterfall through telescope and it was such a beauty. We couldn't get enough of this beauty. For Rs. 30 they show 4 to 5 points. But I feel...More
We visited Mahabaleshwar in the first week of July. When we reached there, the rain for the season started just one day before and there was not much water. But when we were leaving 3 days letter, the fall was magnificent. There was heavy rain...More