Tiger Fall is around 31 km from Blue Canvas Resort and around 20 km from Chakrata Cantt. From the parking point, one has to trek down around 1 km to visit this roaring beauty. We started at around 9.30 am from the resort and reached by 11.30 am. The road is comfortable but narrow and curvy. All the 3 kids suffered vomiting during this journey and we had to take minor halts along the way. After a half-an-trek along the farms, trees, shacks and meadows we reached the waterfall in afternoon. Tiger Fall is one of the highest direct waterfall in India at around 300 ft. However, the place is less popular, and you will hardly found some shops nearby. As we visited during April end-May, the locals told us that the water from above was limited because of harvesting season so the Tiger Fall can only be seen in its full charm during monsoon season (July-August). The water falls down and collect in a big pond like structure where people can enjoy bathing, but only when the water is limited. We got a plus point here. We quickly got ready to jump into the pond and enjoyed bathing. Kids enjoyed swimming in the pool. It was such a refreshing and enjoyable activity. Travellers can also perform rappeling and other adventure activities near the waterfall area. However, we were unable to find any ongoing activity anywhere. There are some changing rooms available near the waterfall both for men and women. After taking this refreshing bath we all dressed up and gathered for the lunch near the fall. There is a tuck shop near the fall that provides the as usual epic mountain food, The Maggi Noodles, lol. As I said, the guide from our resort accompanied us to the waterfall along with the homemade packed lunch for all of us, yummy Rajma with boiled rice and Maggi. The day was half spent and we headed back to our car parking point after packing our tummies and bags, and at around 3 PM we left this 'offbeat' less-crowded beauty towards the main Chakrata market area.