The fascinating Bamniya Kund is situated at Mangliya road about 50 km away from Indore. The site has a beautiful campsite and a cascade. This is the ideal place, if you want to spend time in the closeness of nature. You can see the green forest surrounded it, it’s a scenic place. To reach there, you have to go to the nearest village Badgonda and then turn left towards Nakheri dam.
The beauty of Indore can be explained by simply saying that it is the kind of serenity that never leaves your memories. With quite a lot of gems spread across the length and breadth of the region, you can easily fall in love with this place. And one such awe-inspiring attraction is that of Bamniya Kund Waterfall.
Bamniya Kund is a captivating waterfall 50 kms from Indore in Madhya Pradesh. Falling from a height of 300 feet, the waters gush down creating a colourful pool of clear blue waters, brown rocks and verdant green bushes. Nestled away in the depth of dense forests in the Malindi region near Indore, the waterfall is hidden away from the clearing. You will have to reach the Nakheri Dam at the base of the hill and the cascading waters are still a considerably long trek away. The trekking trail however, is marked through the beautiful woods and the you can spot several birds, animals and exotic plants native to the region. The waterfalls are a delight to the naked eye and a must visit place if you are in the area.
The Bamniya kund waterfall makes for a perfect site for several activities like trekking, rappelling, flying fox, camping and great photography.
Even when you are trekking to the waterfall site, there are some essentials that you need to carry. From the Choral dam, Bamniya kund is just 4 kms away. Once you reach the bamniya village, you will enjoy an on foot trek to the actual waterfall site. Bamniya kund lies at a distance of 1 km from the Mehndi kund and you can also trek from Mehndi kund site to Bamniya waterfalls. A clove field falls on the trek route. The trek route is a non-cemented one for about 1 km.
This adventure activity has been enjoyed by many people at this site. For Flying fox you will have to make prior arrangements. It is indeed a pleasure to view the waterfalls from top while enjoying flying fox.
You can put up your tent at a little distance from the waterfall. There is no prior permission required for doing so. But camping here is at your own risk as there are no walls and fencing around the entire area. If you are visiting the Bamniya kund waterfall, in a large group of about more than 5 people, camping is feasible. Also you need to carry your own water bottles and snacks/eatables as there is nothing much available around the site. You can collect firewood from the site itself and enjoy a bonfire with friends. It is advisable to carry light woollens if camping at Bamniya kund is on your list, as it tends to get cold early in the morning here.