Mahabhir Waterfall Rappelling/ Canyoning

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    Longitude: 83°33’41’’- 83°49’31’’ Latitude: 28°00’19’’-28°23’58’’

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    Maximum: 33°c Minimum: 7.5°c

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    2,706.4 mm

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    Tropical, Sub-Tropical, & Temperate

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    Hotel, Lodge, Resort and Community Home Stay

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    Dance- Maruni, Lakhe, Dhatu, Nachari, Kheli, Salejo, Rodi, Gallai Lahurae, Hanuman

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    Pokhara to Kusma 2 hours, Roads mostly dirt tracks

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    Health Service

    District Hospital, Primary Health Center, Health Post, Clinic

The waterfall is the highest in Parbat district and its name is believed to have derived after the beehive (Mahuri in Nepali) on the right side of the fall. The waterfall is situated in ward no. 3 of Kushma municipality and is accessible on foot (45 min walk) from Ambot which lies long the Pokhara-Baglung highway. There is also a 7km dirt track road for those wanting to use vehicles to reach the waterfall site. Rappelling over the waterfall was introduced on 15th January 2018

Mahabir waterfall is listed as one among the 100 must visit tourism destination of Nepal. Preparations are underway to introduce canyoning once the development of necessary infrastructure around the waterfall is complete.