Hazra Falls in Salekasa tehsil, this popular tourist spot is especially beautiful during the rainy season.

If you’re looking for a beautiful natural destination to visit, Hazara Falls is definitely worth considering.

It’s just a kilometer away from Darekasa Railway Station and offers stunning natural vegetation that visitors can enjoy.

The place is perfect for camping and trekking activities, too.

The view is absolutely spectacular, with dense forests and hills surrounding the falls.

Plus, it falls between Gondia and Dongargarh railway stations on the Mumbai-Howrah main line, making it easily accessible for travelers.

Hazara Falls is an exceptional destination for camping and trekking enthusiasts. 
It is a spectacular view covered with Dense forest and hills.


Hazara Falls is a stunning natural wonder located 191 km from Nagpur and only 33 km from Darekasa in the Gondia district.

It is a highly sought-after tourist spot during the rainy season, and the best time to visit is between August and December.

Salekasa tehsil is home to the falls, which are conveniently located just 1 km away from Darekasa railway station.


How to Reach 


By Air

To reach the site, you can take a flight to the airport in Nagpur, Maharashtra, and then travel by road.



By Train

It is between Darekasa and Dongargarh railway stations, approximately 1 km from Darekasa Railway Station, along the Mumbai-Howrah main line.


By Road

It is 50 Km from Gondia HQ in Salekasa Tahsil

Places nearby 

Mata Bamleshwari Temple

Which is 22 km from Hazra Falls.

This temple is on a hill in the Rajnandgaon district and has great spiritual significance.

It is full of legends and according to visitors, offers breathtaking views of the entire city from the hill’s peak.

While a cable car is available to reach the mountain top, adventure enthusiasts may choose to explore the hill’s surroundings and the temple on foot.


Nagzira Wildlife Sanctuary

Which is almost 60 km from the fall


Shree Uwassaggaharam Parshwa Tirth

Kharkhara Dam 

Chandi Mandir

Koka Wildlife Sanctuary

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