Located on the border of Goa and Karnataka, Dudhsagar falls is definitely not an unknown term for any of you. It is a majestic four-tiered waterfall which falls from a height of 310m. If viewed from a distance it appears as if milk is falling from the hill, which makes its name quite appropriate ‘sea of milk’. Reaching Dudhsagar is not a very easy task, you need to plan way prior to your trip. It is exactly located in Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary and Mollem national park. You will see an abundance of nature here.
Placed in the tiny emerald state of Goa, Dudhsagar falls is considered as one of the most amazing falls of India and the name meaning Sea of Milk derives from the way it looks. The stunning view of the fall which falls from a height of 1020ft with such a speed makes the color of the water white making it appear as milk. Going through the Mollem national park and reaching the waterfall is an adventurous expedition. The hypnotic beauty of the green jungle is simply extraordinary. Apart from the exotic beaches of Goa, Dudhsagar is another reason for making Goa one of the popular tourist destinations.
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The number of waterfalls adorning the Indian Sub-continent is never ending as there are hundreds of them. All of them are special in their own ways. People travel a lot these days to find solace away from the hustle and bustle of the city life and for the same they tend to select some of the quietest places, Goa is a perfect holiday destination for adventure seekers as well as peacemongers. Dudhsagar waterfall is a treat to our eyes because of its breathtaking beauty. A visit to Dudhsagar Falls at least once in your lifetime is a must otherwise you will miss a great chance to meet nature.
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