Tiger's Leap, generally called Waghdari, is an incline top with a sheer drop of in excess of 650 m, offering a wide point of view of the slants. The point gets its name from its comparability to the condition of a bouncing tiger. It offers surprising points of view of forests, rich greenery, waterfalls and lakes around. The sunrise and sunset sees from here are hypnotizing. There is a little waterfall near this point of view, which streams in the midst of the tempest months figuratively speaking. It viably unwinds in the water better than anything Bushy dam, as the energy of the fall is higher. Also, after the short drench drop, the fall transforms into a stream with a not too bad part of energy to take care of business down to the base of the Tiger's Leap. The site is frequented by ious tourists for getting a charge out of big business practices like sculling, when the stream is medium.