About Panchwati Village and Water Falls
Panchawati is a tiny agricultural village around 20km from Rangat. The place offers very little to see, but if you are heading in the direction of Dhaninallah a short stop will do. There are big plantations where one can find huge palm trees, coconut trees and fields of spices such as cinnamon and cloves, and even an old coffee farm. Multipurpose governmental farm plantation is open on weekdays from 6 am to 2 pm, offers limited insight to visitors on how spices are being grown among other crops.
Besides agriculture, there are also small waterfalls in Panchwati, which should be visited in or after the rainy season. During the summer months, the falls are completely dry.
Getting here is trickier, ask for a local village bus and its timetable or take an auto-rickshaw.
How to Reach Panchwati Village and Water Falls?
Panchwati Waterfall lies right opposite Moricedera Beach which is situated in the northern part of Rangat. It is about 11kms away from the town center.
The best way to get here is to hire a taxi, auto-rickshaw, or take a bus (understand timings in advance to avoid inconvenience). 2-wheeler rentals are not available.