Take An Adventurous Trek To Dudhsagar Waterfalls In Goa | Curly Tales

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Dudhsagar waterfall, also known as the sea of milk, is the fifth highest waterfall in India falling from a height of 1020 ft and 100m wide.

What Is It?

Dudhsagar Waterfall is one of the most popular tourist attractions located in Goa, on the border of Karnataka. It makes for stunning views, especially during the monsoon season. A trek to Dudhsagar waterfall is one of Goa’s ideal picnic spots where you can enjoy the beautiful scenery of lush greenery and the cascading water after the monsoons.

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What’s In It?

Mumbai and Pune travellers can now find respite in trekking to this gorgeous place that has one of the most majestic waterfalls in India. Known as the sea of milk, it appears like streams of milk flowing down the mountain where you can witness the gushing of water from down below and enjoy the scenic views. Best time to visit the waterfall is during the monsoon months when the water is in full flow. The best way to reach the falls is from Kulem Railway Station where you’ll have to go down a walking trail of 16km with stunning views of the beautiful terrain.

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Deets

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Where: Kulem, Goa
Cost: ₹2000 (Approx.)

 

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