Devi's falls - the falls that go into the belly of mother earth than fall on it from a height - is one of the best falls in Nepal. When in full swing, they do not let any one hear or see anything else. These falls are the place that mark the underground journey point of pardi khola. There is a steep and deep drop where the river overlaps the falls and then disappears into a cave, though it appears again at some 300 meters' distance.
The place has breathtaking view and can hold your attention for hours and hours. It is open everyday of the week, but is best viewed just after monsoons.
When to go
The best month to visit this place is late September or October, just after when the monsoons winds up. The falls are (literally) awash with water and flow in the fullest of the swings.
How to reach
It is around 2 kms From the regional airport on the road to Butwal. It is before Tashiling tibetan village. Gupteshwar Cave and Phewa Lake are pretty close-by too.