Where to stay
If you choose NOT to conclude your trip in a day, you have two options:
1) You can opt for a homestay. The villagers are jovial and welcoming. Bhakri, Chatni and Zunka, scrumptious food shall be made and served with love.
2) You can also pitch a tent at the base and enjoy bonfire, barbecue and dancing under the stars with your fellow mates.
Things to keep in mind for this trek.
1. Begin early to have the wonderful place all by yourself. More and more humans start pouring as the time ticks by.
2. Trekking shoes and rain coats are indispensable. Period.
3. Pack light to enjoy your trek. A rucksack or even a school bag will do just fine. The plan is to have an easy and in-exhausting locomotion.
4. An extra pair of clothing. Obviously! *A warm sweatshirt recommended* Besides that, don't forget to keep a hand-sanitizer, face-wash, towel, moisturizer, tissue-paper and a power bank.
5. Monsoon secretly calls for unwanted and intolerable invitation to mosquitoes. Do carry mosquitoes repellents.
6. Travel responsibly. Do not litter around. Don't leave any kind of garbage around. Alcohol consumption is discouraged.
7. Be very careful while clicking pictures in/around the waterfall.
8. Respect the natives and the village.
If the last time you saw a waterfall was in a Karan Johar movie or in your windows wallpaper, it's time you plan a weekend getaway to this place.