Vyaghreshwar Waterfall

After onset of rainy season tourists like to see waterfalls. Amboli. Napne and Savdav waterfalls are too successful to attract them but Vyaghreshwar waterfall at Manche, which descends from 300 feet height, is out of sight for a long time. Enchanting mountain range, vales and between them the pleasant waterfall, ancient Vyaghreshwar temple, this surroundings is dreamy and attracting. Nature has given everything with a free hand to Sindhudurg, which is fortunate to have footprints of Shivray (King Shivaji). Vijaydurg Fort built by King Shivaji is favorite fort of all tourists on the way. From Vyagreshwar temple there is a track to go to the waterfall. One has to go on foot to reach there. To get the majestic scene of the waterfall, it is necessary to walk carefully because the path is very narrow. If it is not possible to reach descending water one can take pleasure of bathing in the water of naturally formed Kund but courageous youths can’t control themselves from going beneath the fall. Though the way is slippery and one has to be very careful, it is indescribable thrilling experience.

All the facilities are available nearby as residence is very near to waterfall. Vyaghreshwar temple is also center of trust for many devotees. Only priest can enter in the innermost part of the temple. Devotees usually come on a large scale on every Monday during the year.

Getting There:
1.    When we head towards Vijaydurg from Tarale (which is on Mumbai-Goa highway),  this holy place is 30 kms away. You will see “Manche Fata” on this road.
2.    It is possible to reach Vyaghreshwar temple by Kharepatan-Mutat road.

Place to see nearby: 
        Vijaydurg Fort

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