Dudhsagar Falls

Dudhsagar falls is one of the most popular tourist spots located on the border region of the state of Karnataka. It is known to be the tallest tiered falls in the country of India. Dudhsagar Falls descends from the river Mandovi. It falls from a height of 200 feet. The approximate width of the waterfall Dudhsagar is 100 feet.

It is a truly beautiful waterfalls that is surrounded by tropical forests. The falls Dudhsagar forms small pools after rippling down from such a great height. These pools are great attractions for tourists. They often indulge in swimming in the cool and blue waters of the pool. Tourists who intend to dip into the waters of the pools should definitely ensure their safety. The adventure lovers visiting this place can go for climbing up to the top of the falls, which is quite an exciting activity. Though some amount of risk is involved the experience is worth remembering. The best time to visit this waterfalls is during the rainy or winter months. During the time of the monsoons, the falls flows with great force.

In order to reach this tourist destination tourists should avail the trains or hire cars. The nearest railway station is the Dudhsagar railway junction from where tourists can walk the distance or can take any local transport such as buses, auto rickshaws or hired cars.

Last Updated on: 15/05/2013



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