Vasudhara Fall: A Trek to Remember

Vasudhara fall, also known as Vasudhara Dhara or Vasudhara Waterfall, is a beautiful waterfall located near Badrinath Temple. It is a popular tourist destination and is known for its picturesque beauty and spiritual significance.

The waterfall is located near the Mana Village, which is the last village on the Indian side of the Indo-Tibetan border and holds religious significance in Hindu mythology. According to Hindu belief, Vasudhara Fall is associated with Goddess Vasudhara, who is considered to be the bestower of wealth and prosperity. It is believed that taking a bath under the waterfall can bring good fortune and blessings to the devotees.

The waterfall is best visited during the summer months of May to June and September to October when the weather is pleasant and the water flow is moderate. During the winter months, the waterfall is frozen and covered with snow, offering a different kind of charm to the visitors.

Vasudhara Falls

Visiting Vasudhara Falls is a serene experience that allows one to connect with nature and immerse in the spiritual aura of the place. It is advisable to carry the necessary supplies, wear appropriate trekking gear, and follow safety precautions while visiting the waterfall, as the terrain can be challenging at times.

Vasudhara Trekking Trail
Vasudhara Trekking Trail

Vasudhara Falls Trek

Vasudhara fall is approximately 5 km from Mana Village and can be reached by trekking through a scenic trail surrounded by snow-capped peaks, lush green meadows, and dense forests. The waterfall has a height of around 122 meters (400 feet) and is surrounded by rocky cliffs and steep slopes, adding to its majestic beauty.


Vasudhara waterfall
Vasudhara waterfall


  • Location  -Near Badrinath Temple Uttarakhand – 5 km  Trek from Mana village / 9 Km from GMVN Guest house Badrinath Temple
  • Entry Fee– It is free entry
  • Exploration Time – 3 hr

At Vasudhara Falls in Uttarakhand, besides the captivating waterfall itself, you can also catch breathtaking glimpses of the majestic mountain ranges that surround the area. Peaks like Chaukhamba, Nilkantha, and Balakun Peak, known as the abode of the wealthy deity “Kubera” in Hindu mythology, adorn the landscape with their awe-inspiring presence


Vasudhara Falls is truly a magical place that combines the splendor of the waterfall, the grandeur of the mountains, and the spiritual aura of the region, making it a must-visit destination for nature and adventure enthusiasts, as well as those seeking a spiritual connection with the divine.







Namaste! I am Om. I am a licensed Tourist Guide ( Approved by Ministry of Tourism, Government of India), I’m originally from Varanasi. Now, I am living in Rishikesh. I set up this blog to share my tips and experiences for traveling to inspire and help you to travel more. Hari Om

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