Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Geological and meteorological wonders

Most interesting wonders of geology and meteorology.

Lower Myra Falls

There are at least two significant waterfalls on Myra Creek. The more impressive of them is Lower Myra Falls - some 50 m high...

Upper Myra Falls

Myra Creek has two significant waterfalls - the better known Lower Myra Falls and somewhat lesser known Upper Myra Falls. Visitors can easily reach the...

Kedareshwar Cave

Large cave with Hindu temple in it. In flooded hall from the water rises Shivlinga, which once was surrounded by four pillars. Now only...

Mangi Tungi

Very impressive cliffs with two peaks, with numerous historical and art values. Contain forts and numerous Jain temples. Location, GPS coordinates: 20.8431 N 74.0911 E Categories: Rock formations,...

Ratangad

Cliff with a peak at the summit, with a "needle hole" (Ratangad Nedhe) - natural hole through it. The hole is some 3 m...

Konkan Kada

More than 900 m tall cliff. Beloved place for hiking, here can be observed vertical movements of clouds and other phenomena. Location, GPS coordinates: 19.3885 N...

Vajrai Waterfall

Waterfall with three closely located steps, total height - 560 m. The highest plunge is 335 m tall. Location, GPS coordinates: 17.7088 N 73.8151 E Categories: Waterfalls Values: Geology, Visual Rating: Where...

Thoseghar Waterfalls

Group of beautiful waterfalls up to 500 m tall, in fantastic natural setting. Waterfall has created a deep gorge. Location, GPS coordinates: 17.5958 N 73.8463 E Categories: Waterfalls Values: Geology,...

Pandavkada Falls

Beautiful, free falling waterfall, 107 m tall. Smaller fall - Nangrya - is located next to the main fall. Location, GPS coordinates: 19.0630 N 73.0511 E Categories: Waterfalls Values: Geology,...

Marleshwar Falls

Great waterfall with several cascades, where most tourists see only the lowermost ones. Falls have formed a deep gorge, in rainy periods in the...