Himachal Travel Guide

8 Famous Waterfalls In Himachal Pradesh That You Must Visit

Waterfalls in Himachal Pradesh

Himachal Pradesh is the best place for those who are in search of paradise on earth and it seems like a beauty descended from heaven. Himachal is blessed with snow-capped mountains, green valleys, beautiful glaciers & mesmerizing landscapes, and lakes. Apart from this, waterfalls in Himachal Pradesh are the best place to visit & to spend time in the beauty of nature with peace.

Waterfalls are the beauty of nature & fill your heart with joy, wonder & peace. There are many mesmerizing beautiful waterfalls in Himachal that are either seasonal or will be in the monsoon & many of them are filled with water throughout the year. Now let’s move to the most amazing list of Himachal Pradesh waterfalls that must be on the bucket list of every traveler.

8 List of Waterfalls In Himachal Pradesh

1. Bhagsunag Waterfall

Bhagsu highest waterfall in Himachal Pradesh

Bhagsunag waterfall is the highest waterfall in Himachal Pradesh, and most beautiful, famous tourist spot in Dharamshala. It is surrounded by lush green vegetation & mesmerizing scenery and is located in Bhagsu village behind the Bhagsunag temple.

  • Location: Bhagsu village, near McLeodGanj, Dharamshala
  • Distance: 3 Km From McLeodGanj
  • Visit Duration: Around 1 Hour
  • Best Time to Visit: October to November
  • How to Reach: Walk/ Trek

Also Read: Triund Trek Guide

2. Jogini Waterfall

Jogini Himachal Pradesh Waterfalls
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Jogini is one of the famous Himachal Pradesh waterfalls which is located in the beautiful hilly paradise of Manali. This waterfall cascades down from the height of 150 ft through multiple levels. It takes around 3 hours to reach Jogini falls from the Vashisht temple. It is considered one of the most romantic attractions in Manali, also the area is famous for adventure and recreational activities and is a favorite picnic spot among tourists.

  • Location: Vashisht Village, Manali
  • Distance: 7.5 Km From Manali
  • Visit Duration: Around 3 Hours
  • Best Time to Visit: March to May and October to February
  • How to Reach: Walk/ Trek

3. Chadwick Waterfall

Chadwick Fall
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This waterfall is a popular spot for tourists & photographers. The stream of this waterfall trickles from a height of around 100m & creates a small pool during the rainy season. To reach this waterfall, vehicles go to the entry point & then there are about 10 minutes of walk to the waterfall. This 10 min walk offers to explore the soothing environment of lush green vegetation & dense forest.

  • Location: Shimla
  • Distance: 5 Km From Shimla Railway Station
  • Visit Duration: Around 1 – 2 Hours
  • Best Time to Visit: June to September (During Monsoon Season)
  • How to Reach: Cab / Taxi

4. Satdhara Waterfall

Satdhara waterfall
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This stunning waterfall is situated in Dalhousie, Chamba. It comes on the way while traveling to Panchpula around 5km far from the main city. This is the best place to visit for nature lovers, trekkers & photographers. This waterfall is surrounded by the amazing view of Chamba valley with snow-capped mountains & dense green pine & deodar trees. Satdhara means seven springs which consider that this fall brings together the water of seven beautiful springs. Here you can feel the freshness in the air and enjoy with your friends, and family in the lap of nature, and also enjoy the trekking trail while admiring the beautiful scenery of nature.

  • Location: Chamba Valley, Dalhousie
  • Distance: 5 Km From Dalhousie Main City
  • Visit Duration: Around 1 – 2 Hours
  • Best Time to Visit: April To October
  • How to Reach: Cab / Taxi, Walk amid nature, take a trekking trail

Also Read: Dams in Himachal Pradesh

5. Jana Waterfall

Jana waterfall

This waterfall is located in the village named Jana in the beautiful valley of Manali. Jana waterfall is about 35 km away from the Manali, and from Jana village, a 20 to 25 min walk or trek is required to reach the waterfall. This place is a must-visit for nature lovers and photographers. Here you can also enjoy the local dishes in the nearby restaurant with the beauty of nature.

  • Location: Jana Village, Near Naggar, Manali
  • Distance: 35 Km From Manali
  • Visit Duration: Around 1 – 2 Hours
  • Best Time to Visit: September and June
  • How to Reach: Bus / Taxi, and Walk/ Trek

6. Rahala Waterfall

Rahala waterfall

This astonishing waterfall is located on the route to Rohtang Pass on the Leh-Manali Highway. It is about 29 Km away from the Manali bus stand. This is a well-known picnic spot for tourists on the way to Rohtang Pass. The amazing part of this fall is that water comes here from the melting glaciers of the Himalayas. The surrounding of this waterfall has a stunning view of lush green vegetation, dense deodar, and birch trees with the gushing sound of water. This breathtaking & sheer view of nature makes it one of the best waterfalls in Himachal Pradesh.

  • Location: Near Rohtang Pass, On Leh-Manali Highway
  • Distance: 29 Km From Manali Bus Stand
  • Visit Duration: Around 1 – 2 Hours
  • Best Time to Visit: Between March and October
  • How to Reach: Bus / Taxi

7. Sissu Waterfall

Places to Visit in Sissu

Sissu waterfall is one of the most attractive waterfalls in Himachal Pradesh which is located at a distance of about 25 km from the town of Gramphu. This waterfall is situated on Leh-Manali Highway, and it takes around 20 m to reach from the highway. The surrounding of this waterfall has a stunning view of lush greenery and dense vegetation which adds the necessary charm to the beauty of the surroundings.

  • Location: Lahaul Spiti, Sissu, Himachal Pradesh
  • Distance: 25 Km From Gramphu Town
  • Visit Duration: Around 1 – 2 Hours
  • Best Time to Visit: March to June, October- February
  • How to Reach: Bus / Taxi

Also Read: Sar Pass Trek

8. Hadsar Waterfall

Hadsar waterfall

This waterfall is located in Bharmour, near Chamba in Himachal Pradesh which is located at a distance of 7 km from Sathali and 13 km from Bharmour. It is a popular picnic spot and tourists can reach this fall through a short trek.

  • Location: Hadsar Village, Bharmour, Himachal Pradesh
  • Distance: 13 Km From Bharmour
  • Visit Duration: Around 1 – 2 Hours
  • Best Time to Visit: June to August
  • How to Reach: Walk / Trek


1. How many waterfalls are there in Himachal Pradesh?

There are many spectacular waterfalls in Himachal Pradesh But we have listed 8 best and famous Himachal Pradesh waterfalls where you must visit in 2022-2023.

2. How long is Jogini waterfall trek?

This trek starts from town of Vashisht and trekking is about 3 km.

3. Is Jogini waterfall open in December?

Yes, it’s open all the year and 7 days a week.

4. How do I get to Jana Falls?

You can reach this Jana falls by hire a private taxi to reach Jana village.

5. Which is the largest waterfalls in Himachal Pradesh?

Bhagsunag Waterfall or Bhagsu Falls

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