Tincha Falls are located in the Indore district of the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. They can be accessed from the Indore city, at a distance of 25 kilometres. Tincha Falls are a package deal; it’s a valley, a canyon as well as a gorge, apart from being a marvellous cascade.
These falls are placed near the Tincha village, from which it derives its name. They can be visited on the Simrol-Udainagar Road, by taking a small left deviation. Tincha Falls is a famous monsoon destination amongst the tourists, as the beauty of the falls blooms with the advent of rains!
The Tincha falls are quite popular amongst the locals and visitors to MP state. As a result, this place is quite populated during the weekends, while on weekdays; there is a fairly good crowd.
The falls plummet from a height of a whopping 300 feet. Bathing and swimming activities have been prohibited recently, as the visitors do not follow the safety instructions of the authorities.
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There are many trekking tracks, farms and ghats near the falls for nature enthusiasts, photo fanatics, wild wanderers, adventure lovers and above all fun lovers!
The cities located near the Tincha Falls are Dewas, Bhourasa, Mundi, Khategaon, Harsud, Atarsama and Sehore. The hotels available for tourist accommodation are Apna Palace, Sayaji, Paradise, Park Hotel, The Red Mapel Mashal, Lemon Tree, South Avenue, Country Inn and Suite and Pearl Hotel.
There are also several places of interest around the Tincha Falls such as Kajligarh Fort, Barzer Village, Katkut Badhak, Kavadia Pahaad, Kalakund, Choral Dam, Patalpani, Vanchu Point, Janapaw Hill, Chamunda Devi Temple, Ujjain, Omkareshwar, Maheshwar, Mandleshwar, Mandu, Pushpagiri, Maksi, Sidhwarkoot, Rajwada Khajrana, Ganesh Mandir, Nakhrali Dhani, Chokhi Dhani etc.