Best Waterfalls Near Delhi That You Should Visit At Least Once!

Written By

Gopika VC

Enjoy your next vacation in one of these enchanted natural places, where you can feel a cool breeze, hear thunder, and see misty rain.

Corbett Waterfall is a 66-foot-high waterfall. You could have a picnic there because it's a beautiful place.

Corbett Waterfalls

There are hills all around Tiger Falls. All of the rocks that cover the falls give them a unique and beautiful look.

Tiger Falls

It is in Mussoorie, which is not too far from Delhi. The waterfall is surrounded by green hills and has a beautiful view of the valley below.

Kempty Waterfall

This waterfall is famous for its limestone caves. Be psychologically prepared to hike 1.5 kilometres via Rajaji Forest to reach this waterfall.

Patna Waterfall

This waterfall's fascinating scenery will relax and uplift you. Birch and deodar jungles increase its charm.

Rahalla Falls

Rishikesh's Neer Garh Waterfalls are popular. The route to this waterfall winds through deep forests, down a cliff, plethora of  butterflies and wildflowers.

Neer Garh Waterfalls

The views from the Birthi Waterfall are spectacular, with clear water cascading down the steep sides.

Birthi Waterfalls

It is 1586 metres above sea level, and you can get to the waterfalls, which are 86 metres down a deep gorge, by going up Summer Hill.

Chadwick Waterfall

On the Leh-Manali Highway, it is another clear water fall. A single stream of water flows straight down a cliff and into a plunge pool about 150 feet below.

Sissu Falls

This waterfall is near the famous Lord Shiva temple called Bhagsunath Temple. On the way to Triund, 19000 feet up in the Dhauladhar range is where Bhagsu Falls is.

Bhagsu Falls