It is on Mandovi river in the border of gao and karnataka. One of the nice place to visit around Goa! Ideal time to visit is from October to June, to have close view of waterfalls! From July to September you can enjoy trekking in...More
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Majestic four-tiered waterfall on the border of Goa and Karnataka states. This is the third largest waterfall in India. The name has been given as the water falls from hill top and the froth resembles milk from a distance. And right in the middle of...More
Little History behind the name Doodh (milk) Sagar (Sea) and it because it will appear that way to you. The Site is very tempting, the cold and clear water will tempt you further... BUT, do not fall for it. Enjoy every other location of your...More
One of those attractions when one travels to and fro Goa by train. The sight one waits for after Sonaulim station when the train climbs up the hills. If you are a diehard then you will be up @ 4 in the morning when the...More
One of the best fall of India , though people don't recommend going to trip in rainy season, I found the trek really adventurous. The bike trail is one of a kind ( Jeeps are not available in Rainy season), and justifies the fee. The...More
One of the Tallest and Best waterfalls in India. A must visiting places for the youth. The place has a best scenic view. Where the train stops for 45mins to its passengers to spend the time and enjoy the beauty.
This is the third largest watefall of india situated in south goa . There are jeeps and bikes available from about 20 km away from the falls which have to be taken because private vehicles cannot go more deep in the forest . The jeeps...More
The gigantic waterfall is an amazing place. Tourist packagers offer safari ride packages to visit the place. Visit Not allowed after 4 pm - Huge waterfall and pleasant view
An amazing huge milky waterfall in the middle of jungle. You have to trek to reach there. Very beautiful view. But the place is not for elder person.