Palse waterfall

Palse waterfall

There are several beautiful waterfalls in the serene mountains around Mulshi dam backwater. One of them is Palse waterfall. Driving along the edge of Mulshi lake, a small village named Palse appears. Just there is this waterfall.

Palse waterfall

Palse waterfall

Palse waterfall

Palse waterfall

Palse waterfall

Palse waterfall

Palse waterfall

Palse waterfall

Palse waterfall

Palse waterfall

Palse waterfall

8 comments :

  1. Ooh, thanks for sharing about this little known water fall♫ My Rurality: http://lauriekazmierczak.com/happy-trails/

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  2. It is in such a beautiful setting and it seems to be an enjoyable place on these hot days!!!!

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    1. Very enjoyable and very beautiful indeed! A must visit place :)

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  3. Hi...I have visit this place and it is too beautiful.
    My blog http://www.journeynlife.com/2014/08/scenic-waterfalls-at-mulshi-dam.html

    Just a small correction the village name is Palase not Palse.

    Happy Travelling!
    Rakmoddin

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    1. Indeed! I just visited your blog post. You have published some beautiful photos there ☺

      Thank you for the correction. I have noted it!

      Happy Travelling!

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  4. The Canaima Natural Park mainly attracts tourists because of Angel Falls. Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River located on the Zambia-Zimbabwe border is about 1 mile in breadth as it falls, making it the widest waterfall in the world!

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    1. Thanks Alina for that piece of information! 👍

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