Tin Dhare Waterfall lies in Roshi Rural Municipality-2, located in the Kavrepalchowk district. It is around 60km from Kathmandu, it is a wonderful place to visit. Tin Dhare Jharana is also known as Bahubali Waterfall. The Waterfall is quite getting popular these days. It is a brand new destination to visit and can be a perfect ride to visit. It takes around 3-4 hours to reach the Waterfall, a total of 7-8 hours to go and come back. The Waterfall is gaining popularity for its marvelous beauty.
The new destination attracts many tourists and is in the development of tourism sectors.
It is a unique experience for riders and hikers. The waterfall is around 300m tall and shaped three major water streams.
How to reach Tin Dhare Jharana
Tin Dhare Jharana is situated in the Kavrepalchowk district. It is around 60-64 km from Kathmandu Valley. We can reach Dhulikhel to Kavrebhanjyang to Dapcha and from Dapcha to Kafal danda. We need to hike 1 hour from Kafal Dada to reach the waterfall. There are no public transportation to reach the destination and the road are muddy. Dirt bikes will be more suitable for reaching the destination.
Drive to Dhulikhel, once you reach Dhulikhel takes the route to B.P highway and take the route to Bhanyjang. From that route, you will reach Fulbari in 2 hours, with a magnificent view of Namobuddha Monastery. From there take the road to Kapardhung which will lead you to Dapcha village, which is one of the old Newari villages.
The route will lead you to Mathilo Hatiya from Dapcha. From Mathilo you need to take the right turn towards Nepane and it will lead you to Gahate. On the way, you will drive through Baghmore, Damirbote, and Pipaltar.
After you reach Falamesanghu, you need to hike for around 45 minutes to Kafale Danda, you need to walk carefully due to the dangerous road.