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Short Enjoyable Trek through Forest and Marvellous Bounty of Nature called Dharagiri

Waterfall is very small in terms of volume of water, in spring it is reduced to trickle of water... read more

Reviewed 5 August 2017
RobinS4447
Jungle walk to waterfall

From Burudi dam, another 5 minutes drive brings us to Basadera village at the edge of... read more

Reviewed 26 January 2017
Joy_0f_Travelling
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Dec 23, 2017
“Not impressive place”
Oct 28, 2017
“Senic beauty”
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| East Singhbhum district of the Indian state of Jharkhand, Ghatshila, India
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Reviewed 24 December 2017 via mobile

We visited this place on 22nd Dec 17. A From Burudhi Lake, it is 3 km (approx). After parking our car, we walked 15 minutes through jungle (it's part of Dalma range). In the winter, we found very less water (not impressive), not like others...More

Thank RAJKUMAR S
Reviewed 28 October 2017 via mobile

Its upon the hill. From ghatshila station. You have travel 20 km approx. Falls r dead. Little water droping. But place is very beautiful.

Thank SOUMENJANA
Reviewed 20 August 2017

The walk to the waterfall was amazing. The jungles were untouched and very clean as very few tourists visit this area. The waterfall is beautiful and the water is clean. the walk is not that hard and almost anyone can make it. it's a place...More

Thank SouvikB121
Reviewed 5 August 2017

Waterfall is very small in terms of volume of water, in spring it is reduced to trickle of water stream but in monsoon it becomes mighty, but even then it is quiet modest compared to other well known waterfals of Jharkhand such as Dasham, Hundroo,...More

Thank RobinS4447
Reviewed 26 January 2017

From Burudi dam, another 5 minutes drive brings us to Basadera village at the edge of forests.There, we left the car and walked through the village, on to a jungle path and it's beautiful.Not very long, nor a hard trek, but it's lovely in the...More

1  Thank Joy_0f_Travelling
Reviewed 30 December 2016 via mobile

After leaving car, one has to walk approx 15 mins to reach there. This falls become very much dramatic in monsoon. In winter we found the line of stream flowing is less but awesome place to visit for sure.

Thank Arghya_Ghosh
Reviewed 22 October 2016 via mobile

Once this place was not accessible by car but now this place is accessible by car. After watching burudi lake one can go their by his own car. Huchback like alto,santro can go there. Initially road is like ghat road and end portion is bumpy...More

Thank Angshuman-Banerjee
Reviewed 18 October 2016

This place is 2-3 hours away from Ghatsila Railway Station. One can hire a Car or a Auto to reach this destination. This fall is located in the remote place of Ghatshila where car can not reach the main destination. So, the car will leave...More

4  Thank ParosTalk
Reviewed 15 September 2016

This place is not easily found. There is nice lake/dam nearby Ghatshila called Burudi dam. This dam is well-known. From here, take a road to Basadera (not shown in google maps). It's a very small village where you can inquire about waterfall. You have to...More

1  Thank anujdeshpande
Reviewed 4 July 2016 via mobile

At least 1 km walking distance from the village through jungle. Great view. NYC ambience. Little children guide u through the jungle. Paid 100/- to her. Anything you can pay bt feel free to pay them coz they are very poor

1  Thank Pinaki D
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you can see very less water or thin waterline in the fall
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