Dudhsagar fall looks breathtaking and magnificent during monsoon time, This amazing waterfall is located on the Goa-Karnataka border and cascades from a height of 310m, making it an unbelievable experience for those who visit the location during monsoon, when rains hit peak gear. The four-tiered waterfall is just magnificent to watch and resembles as if “white milk” is pouring down the rocks.
Located in the Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary and Mollem national park. Tourists are advised to visit this marvel during June-September from Collem on the Goa side and Castle Rock from the Karnataka side.
Trekking is the only way to reach the falls in monsoon as Jeep Safari is not in service during that period. Physical fitness and stamina are essential factors to undertake the trekking expedition which is not more than 10km from the Collem railway station.
It will take you roughly 3.30 hours to trek towards the waterfalls. The best time to start the day is by 8.30 am 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 and you’re through the challenging terrains and the forest route, though lonely, but not dangerous. You also have to counter the heavy rains that greet you. Ensure you have the right rainy ware as well as proper trekking shoes to ensure a safe trip. A local guide at the railway station may be a good assist and you could be charged anywhere between Rs 400 to 500 to escort you to the fall.