Vasudhara Falls is a waterfall situated near Badrinath, in Uttarakhand, India. Total distance from Badrinath to Vasudhara is 9 km. The first 3 kilometers of badrinath to mana village is drivable road. Next 6 km is walkable trek from Mana village to Vasudhara waterfall. The log inheight of this waterfall is 400 ft(122 mt) Vasudhara Falls is a natural waterfall situated near Badrinath, the temple dedicated to Vishnu in Uttarakhand, India. It is a 5 km trek from Mana village (3 km from Badrinath). Mana is accessible by road from Badrinath. The trek starts from Mana village, along a stoned path. The first 2–3 kilometres are comparatively easy to walk but after that the road is quite steep
There are no villages or shops along the route. Closely associated with the legendary Pandavas, Vasundhara Falls in the Mana village is merely four kilometers away from the main town. Encircled by lofty mountain peaks, the falls unfurls a haunting site that lasts for a lifetime. Gushing waters of this cascade falls down with a roaring sound from an elevation of 400 feet. Apart from the gorgeous scenario of a dancing water fall, Vasundhara Falls carries an amazing legend with it. People believe that the water falls turns away from those visitors who are not pure and clean at heart. Though a difficult destination to reach, the falls allures the visitors with its exciting charm and cool ambiance. Carry enough water with you to drink as you feel thirsty on the route there are no shops and the route is quite tough to reach but once you visit the site one would feel like heaven its superb land scape and you will enjoy the cool medicated springs from the falls.