Kakolat Falls Trail, Ektara, Bihar 805125, India
About Kakolat Waterfall
Kakolat waterfall, situated on the Kakolat hill, located on the border of Bihar and Jharkhand, just 33 km from Nawada and 4 km from Thali Bazar. This is one of the most visited and renowned Bihar getaways, where tourists come from all over the states and adjoining areas to witness the sheer beauty of Mother Nature cascading marvelously. The Kakolat waterfall of Bihar cascades down from a height of between 150 and 160 feet and forms a natural reservoir at the base of the waterfall.
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