At a height of 1400 meters above sea level, Tiger Falls are 50 meters high waterfalls in Uttarakhand, India. The waterfalls are situated in the middle of dense forests at the mount of the Himalayas. The water congregates into a small pond which gives a perfect view for an outing. The place is situated approx. five kilometres away from Chakrata which has roaring and gushing water with thick forests.
Locally, the fall is called as “Kerao Pacchad” because of its sound. The water which falls from the top collects into a small pool and from there, it flows within the landscape surroundings. The Tiger Fall shows its full glory during the monsoon seasons.