As the name suggests, Birthi Fall is an enthralling waterfall situated en route Thal- Munsiyari route in Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand. Birthi Fall paves a way to the most enchanting beauty of the hills i.e. the majestic Himalayas.
Birthi is located in Munsiyari about 2200 m above sea level. It remained an underrated travel hotspot but now, continues to attract many travelers from in and out of the country. It is a picture-perfect place for adventure hikers and nature lovers.
The natural beauty of the fall attracts many International and National Tourists.
How to reach Birthi Fall:
Birthi Falls is 33 km away from Munsiyari and 14 km from Tejam on the main Thal- Munsiyari route. You can also prefer a short trek of about 40 mins from Kalamuni Pass.
One can easily reach Birthi Fall by traveling to Pithoragarh, The distance between Birthi Fall and Pithoragarh is somewhat 96 Km
Nearest airport- Pantnagar, and Pithoragarh.
Nearest railway terminal- Kathgodam
Road network- Via Almora, Kathgodam, or Haldwani
Season to visit:
The ideal season to visit Birthi Falls is between September to June
Where to stay:
You can easily find many hotels and lodges in and around Munsiyari.
The rates are quite budget-friendly and facilitated with electricity, running water and fooding.
Nearby places to visit Around Birthi Fall:
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Maheshwari Kund/ Meshar Kund-
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