The Pandavgad Falls (also mispronounced as Pandavkada Falls) is a waterfall near Owe camp in Thane district in the Indian state of Maharashtra.
Running almost parallel to the Mumbai-Pune Highway is a 1,200 feet (370 m) high mountain chain. Tucked away in the mountains in a deep gorge is the foaming white waterfall which tumbles down the edge of the mountain. Pandavgarh is next to Owe Camp 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) from Taloja on the Thane-Pune Road. Despite its name, there is no fort here. It is 46 kilometres (29 mi) from Mumbai.
The total height of the falls is 107 metres (351 ft).
It is the 29th highest waterfall in India.
A small waterfall called Nangrya is situated beside the main waterfall. A cave is situated halfway down the waterfall, which can be easily reached by a dusty path. Tradition recounts that the Pandavas had stayed in the cave during the time of their exile.. The address of Pandavgad Falls, Kharghar, Mumbai is Kharghar
It's in Kharghar