The next day we rented a guide to take us through what Bhandardhara is most famous for - waterfalls!!!
The car arrived at 9am and we started our journey from the Dam visit to the tons of waterfalls available around the place - there is one literally at every 5 kms and you are free to stop and enjoy the waterfall wherever you like.
The biggest one also had a lot of adventure enthusiasts going on with waterfall rappelling, was extremely interesting and daring stunt
While for most of us, we chose to sit on the rocks in the middle of the waterfall and pose for tons of pictures and selfies :)
One thing we definitely did enjoy in the weather was eating Maggi noodles with Chai by the waterfall - a childhood dream.
Our last stop was at Sandhan Valley, which is a beautiful deep valley and was completely misty and low visibility. If you come prepared, you can trek the sandhan valley as well and it is famous amongst the trekking community. The experience was exhilarating and heartfelt that we left for mumbai with a very heavy heart wanting to stay longer. But, we did promise to come back every monsoon for the experience !!!
Best time to visit: July to September
No of days : minimum 1 night, but if you want to relax other than just sightseeing then 2 nights
Accommodation: Hands down MTDC resort for the view. Rooms are basic but clean