Kune Falls

  • Destination: Maharashtra, Pune






Kune Falls are located centrally amidst the Khandala-Lonavala valley in Pune district of Maharashtra. This beautiful site is situated 81 km away from its district headquarters. These falls are a three tier waterfall which comes down from an imposing height of 200 metres. The highest drop is of about 100 metres.

The area where the falls are located is about 622 metres above the sea level. This picturesque falls are set at the backdrop of mighty Sahayadri Mountains of Western Maharashtra. The place is surrounded by lush green forests and thick vegetation. The falls provides a stunning view as it reveals the enthralling side of nature. During the monsoon, the adjoining areas turns into calm green landscape and the falls also turns into a milky white stream. The exceptional heavy rainfall in this area adds beauty and an extra charm to this place.

The falls can be seen while travelling through old Mumbai-Pune highway. It is undoubtedly the most mesmerizing sight as one sees these falls after coming out from the last tunnel before Lonavala while travelling from Mumbai to Pune.

Address

Kune Falls,
Near Khandala-Lonavala Valley, Dist. Pune,
Maharashtra

Fast Facts

Taluka: Maval District: Pune
State: Maharashtra Languages: Marathi, Hindi
Best Time to Visit: June-October Weather: 15°C to 35°C (Max.)
STD Code: 02114 Pin Code: 410301

How to Reach

By Air

Nearest airports are at Mumbai (86 km) and Pune (89 km) and are well connected to major cities of India and abroad.

By Rail

Nearest railway station is at Khandala, only about 1 km from the falls and is well linked with major cities of India. It lies on Mumbai-Pune rail route.

By Road

The best way to reach here is by car or hiring a taxi. Take the Mumbai-Pune Expressway and leave it at the Lonavala bypass and then take the old Mumbai-Pune highway. A short 15 minutes drive will take you to the Kune Falls.

Distance from Nearby Cities

Mumbai – 86 km
Pune – 89 km
Kolhapur – 309 km
Hyderabad – 689 km

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