Originating from the Nar Narayan Peak of Himalayas at 400 ft, Vasundhara Falls is a waterfall located in Mana Village, 9km from Badrinath. The fall meets with the Alaknanda river at an altitude of 12,000 feet. It is believed to have been the resting place of the Pandavas. People also believe that the waterfalls turn away from visitors impure in thoughts and heart.
Vasundhra Falls can be reached by trekking for 6km. The first 3km from Badrinath to Mana Village is a motorable road and can be reached by taxi while the remaining 6km is a walkable trek of around 2 hours. The trek becomes little difficult after passing Saraswati Mandir in the Mana Village. The views of the Vasundhara River Valley during the trek is breathtaking.