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Address: | Mandovi River, Sonaulim, Madgaon, India
Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours

An adventurous bumpy Jeep ride leads you to these spectacular falls...

An adventurous bumpy Jeep ride leads you to these spectacular falls plunging into a pool where you can swim with giant carp.

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Falls are simply amazing!

As a person who is still not at expert at swimming, I had great fun swimming in the falls. The area closest to the waterfall wasn't that deep and the slope was gradual. If you... read more

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Ramkumar S
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Austin, Texas
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As a person who is still not at expert at swimming, I had great fun swimming in the falls. The area closest to the waterfall wasn't that deep and the slope was gradual. If you don't swim, it may be dangerous for you. Stay safe, tighten up your life jackets and close to the life guards. Only problem is getting... More 

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We did the waterfalls as part of a jungle book tour and it was absolutely out of this world. It was very busy but our 6 year old found the trek easy enough to get to the falls...we wouldn't have made it down to the pool however as was far too steep.

Thank laura h
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Reviewed 6 days ago NEW via mobile

Place is awesome but this is not the right to travel you can plan your trip after monsoon may be in August . Beautiful scenery, mountains and naturally built forgets is like cherry on cake .

Thank ankush d
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is the biggest waterfalls I've seen till now. The water is just like milk. I've planned to visit this place on first marriage anniversary, and its was a memorable moment for us. We had lot of memories. The water will be crystal clear. We reached the falls by car from Goa. It's an hour journey, approx 60 to 70... More 

1 Thank Dinesh K
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Unique place to visit. 2 hours drive from baga beach, Goa . 30 minutes of tracking via jeep and then 15-20 minutes tracking by own on stone is amazing. After this much of hard work, you get paid off with awesome place " DoodSagar falls". The only drawback is that , despite of being a huge tourist place, you ll... More 

2 Thank Ritika G
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

It's an amazing falls. Not just the view but the experience too. Only frustrating part is getting to the falls in a jeep for which one should wait a long time if it's too crowded. Also since play area under falls is small, I would suggest it's not worth the visit if it's way too crowded. Weekdays might be better... More 

1 Thank tejaswibr
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Nice place to visit, the govt run vehicles will take you near to the falls, then 10 minutes walk to the falls.

Thank Avinash P
Calangute, Goa
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If you want to get back into the lap of nature, go to Dudhsagar waterfalls. Its far from the madding crowds. Once you reach Collem village, you board the four-wheel drive jeeps and enjoy the bumpy ride through the streams and jungle. Then you walk on foot for about 15 minutes to reach the waterfalls; hidden far away by Mother... More 

2 Thank JoeMarietta
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

The waterfalls themselves were amazing. Huge fish swim around, as well as smaller fishes that nip at you. We went around midday and it was not too crowded. The waterfall was falling lightly - any more water may have made the current too difficult to swim against. The Jeep center was located before the entrance and you have to pay... More 

3 Thank Sheldie H
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This waterfall is quite famous for the scenic view it offers especially in monsoon. Dudhsagar literally means the 'ocean of milk' and as the water flows down it looks as white as milk in the monsoons. There is a railway crossing halfway through the waterfall (at some distance from the waterfall obviously) and it is definitely a must-have experience to... More 

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