The beautiful waterfall of Lingmala is located just 6 km away from Mahableshwar at the top of the Venna Lake.
During monsoon the shinning water from the lake is at its best where water plunges from a height of around 600 feet which is a beautiful site. The entire spot is surrounded by rainbows making it feel of being in heaven.
Many tourists visit this place during this time as it is an amazing place to spend time with friends and family.
Timing: Sunrise to Sunset.
How to reach
Tourists can first reach Mahableshwar from Mumbai or Pune. The Lingmala Waterfalls is about 6 km from Mahableshwar and can be reached by boarding a local bus, share taxi or private vehicle.
The other option is for adventure enthusiast who can trek all the way to the waterfall from Mahableshwar and enjoy the picturesque views all the way, but the only problem is that one may find it difficult to find local transport at times during their return.
Things to do
The Lingmala waterfalls is a must see place for all nature lovers and photographers. The spot serves as a great picnic spot because of its natural beauty where one can enjoy a wonderful time in the company of friends and family.
One can also enjoy a quite day at the falls doing nothing but hearing the sounds of the waterfall and admiring the beauty of the falls and clicking some of the best shots that nature can offer.
Places to see nearby
Other than the Lingmala waterfall during monsoon there are many other small and big waterfalls in and around Mahableshwar like the Dhobi Waterfall and Chinaman’s Waterfall which are the most popular waterfalls.
Apart from Waterfalls, there is a lot to explore in Mahableshwar like Panchgani table land, Sunset point, Lodwick point, Arthur point and many more attractive points.
Where to eat
At the waterfalls there are no food stalls or restaurants so tourists are advised to carry a few snack items and water.
Mahableshwar is a popular hill station and there is no dearth of restaurants hotels and food stalls to suit every budget.
Furthermore, Mahableshwar is famous for its strawberries which are available at every nook and corner during post monsoon and winter seasons.
A humble request to all tourists
While visiting Lingmala waterfalls please do not litter and help keep the nature and surroundings clean by carrying back your thrash and disposing it in a decent manner.