|Location||Thane district, Maharashtra, India|
|Total height||107 metres (351 ft)|
Running almost parallel to the Mumbai-Pune Highway is a 1,200 feet (370 m) high mountain chain. Tucked away in the mountains in a deep gorge is the foaming white waterfall which tumbles down the edge of the mountain. Pandavgarh is next to Owe Camp 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) from Taloja on the Thane-Pune Road. Despite its name, there is no fort here. It is 46 kilometres (29 mi) from Mumbai.
The total height of the falls is 107 metres (351 ft).
A small waterfall called Nangrya is situated beside the main waterfall. A cave is situated halfway down the waterfall, which can be easily reached by a dusty path. Tradition recounts that the Pandavas had stayed in the cave during the time of their exile.
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