19 Waterfalls in India You can Swim at!

Love being in Natural Pools of water and waterfalls? Then this one is for you. We’ve gathered a list of waterfalls in India you can swim at. This list is a mix of popular ones, offbeat ones, ones recommended by our users and ones that we’ve personally visited!

Escape to a waterfall near you with your friends, enjoy splashing in some cool natural pools of water and enjoy nature in its truest form!

Here’s our list of Top Waterfalls in India where you can Swim in the falls or the pool of water! Choose the one near you, take your friends and start planning for a nice trip this season!



Neergarh Falls, Rishikesh

About 260 Km from Delhi, The Neergarh falls near Rishikesh are a beautiful spot to spend time in the blue pools of water which are safe for swimming!

Bhatta Falls, Mussoorie

About 1 hour from Dehradun in Uttrakhand and 300 Km from Delhi!

Tiger Falls, Dehradun

In Dehradun, about 350 Km from Delhi are the Tiger Falls! Enjoy a peaceful swim in the blue waters in the beautiful natural pool under these waterfalls!


Dudhsagar Falls Goa

About 550 Km from Mumbai & Bangalore in Goa, the famed Doodhsagar falls are a perfect spot to take a swim in!

Check our Goa Itineraries if you need help with planning a trip to Doodhsagar.

Surla Falls, Goa

Take a dip on top of this majestic waterfall, hidden deep within forest. Surla falls in northern Goa are a must visit place to enjoy splashing in waters with a perfect view!

Apsarakonda Falls, Karnataka

A small waterfall in a small town of Karnataka! Perfect for a weekend getaway. The waterfall is right next to a pristine beach! Perfect to enjoy the beach and the waterfall together!

Check our Apsarakonda itinerary to know more about Apsarakonda Falls and things around here.

Vibhooti Falls, Karnataka

These beautiful tiered waterfalls near Gokarna in North Karnataka are a perfect place to canon ball into the fresh waters!

Head to our Gokarna Itineraries to plan a trip to Vibhooti falls from Gokarna

Hidlumane Falls, Karnataka

About 420 Km from Bangalore, are the Hidlumane falls on the hike to Kodachadri peak. You cross paddy fields and beautiful forest trails to reach these falls. Perfect to enjoy a good splash!

Know about the Kodachadri Trek & Hidlumane falls Itinerary here.

Agaya Gangai, Tamil Nadu

About 300 Km from Bangalore and 360 Km from Chennai are the Agaya Gangai Falls in the Western Ghats of Tamil Nadu! Enjoy a dip at the pools below by taking a short trip to these falls.

Hogenakkal Falls, Tamil Nadu

Just 130 Km from Bangalore are these majestic falls in Tamil Nadu. Certain sections of them are open for swimming in!

Kanthanpara Falls, Wayanad

About 280 Km from Bangalore in the district of Wayanad, Kerala are the Kantanpara Waterfalls to enjoy a swim at. Wayanad offers a lot of other activities as well!

Check our Wayanad Itinerary suggesting other falls to visit and things you can do to make most out of your trip.


Devkund Waterfalls, Maharashtra

About 130 Km from Mumbai & 100 from Pune, Devkund waterfall is a perfect spot to go for a short trip to dive into natural pool of water!

Dutchess Falls, Panchmarhi

About 200 Km from Bhopal and 350 from Indore in the hill station of Panchmarhi, Madhya Pradesh are the Dutchess Falls. The safe and small pond at the bottom offers a good spot to go splash some water!

Zarwani Falls, Gujarat

About 200 Km from Ahmedabad and 150 Km from Surat is the Zarwani Waterfalls right near the Statue of Unity. It has a safe swimming pond to enjoy and beat off the heat!

Hathni Mata, Gujarat

170 Km from Ahmedabad and 120 Km from Vadodara, is the Hathni Mata temple waterfall in the Jambughoda Sanctuary. The falls are more prominent in the months of monsoon, but the pool of water with a steady stream to enjoy some time off are always available.

Picture & Recommendation by Arjun Patel; @arjun.patel_30

Lingmala Waterfall, Mahabaleshwar

120 Km from Pune near Mahabaleshwar, Maharashtra are the majestic Lingmala falls. The pond at the bottom of the falls is where you can take a dip in these majestic falls.

Check out a short Mahabaleshwar itinerary to make most out of your time here

Chitrakoot Falls, Chattisgarh

280 Km from Raipur, and 330 Km from Vishakhapatnam are the grand Chitrakoot Falls, also known as Chitrakote. These magnificent falls offer small ponds near the base to take a refreshing swim in!

Krang Suri Falls, Meghalaya

About 90 Km from Shillong in Meghalaya are these beautiful falls with blue water to jump right into!

Check out our North East India Itineraries to explore more of this region!

Kakosang Falls, Assam

About 100 Km from Tezpur in Assam is this beautiful waterfall to enjoy a swim at!

Recommendation by Anusuya Baruah; @that_brown.girl._

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Ismail Lakdawala

Ismail Lakdawala

A digital content creator, Ismail loves to explore new destinations and enjoys outdoor adventures! He's in love with all forms of stories, and is a big fan of movies and books!

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Leslie Nichole

    These are absolutely gorgeous! I’m a sucker for waterfalls, I’d quit my job right now and visit all of these if I could.

    1. Xplore The Earth

      Every one of them is worth a visit believe us! We hope that the day you can visit them all comes soon!!

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