Goa is not all about beaches and parties that happen to be its primary attractions. It is full of nature’s unique and scenic gifts, to be precise mesmerizing waterfalls that may hype up your vacation experience. Nestled in the green Western Ghats, many cascading cool water flows can be seen in this little state that would bring refreshment in any tensed mind or exhausted soul for sure. So, take note of the most popular list of the water falls in Goa before proceeding with them on your next trip.
Availability : June to September
It will take you roughly 3.30 hours to trek towards the Dudhsagar Waterfall. Best time to start the day is by 8.30am and return by 5.30 pm. Though the path is not steep, it’s tough as you have to walk on the railway track for 6km.
Availability : June to January
Set inside the Bhagwan Mahavir National Park, Tambdi Surla is a trekker's delight. Besides the unique waterfall, it houses a 12th-century Shaivaite temple of Lord Mahadev – noted as the oldest in Goa. The waterfall here is 90 minutes away from the temple, perched deep inside the jungle. This trip is tailor-made for adventure and nature lovers alike. Adventure activities like Flying Fox (Zip Lining)
Availability : Oct to May
Jeep Safaris to the jaw-dropping Dudhsagar waterfalls on the Goa-Karnataka border begins only after monsoon season comes to an end. The waterfall cascades from a height of 310m, making it an unbelievable experience. The four-tiered waterfall resembles "white milk" pouring down the rocks and is located in the Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary and Mollem national park. A day-long trip to the fall can be best