Love trekking? Rejoice now as the Dudhsagar Waterfalls has opened after months of being shut due to the COVID-19 outbreak. People in Goa, Maharashtra and Karnataka are trying to make the most of it. In fact, several adventure organisations have booked trekking to waterfalls in the weekend, and the jeep safaris to the falls are also expected to start very soon. Did you know you can only reach the waterfalls located in Goa by walking on the railway tracks? Grab your trekking opportunity as the trekking groups in Collem are now offering packages for the September month-end.
Trekking To Dudhsagar Waterfalls Possible Till October 1st Week
While trekkers could not visit the falls in the first half of the year, with revised travel rules and fewer restrictions, trekking will now be possible. Trekking to Dudhsagar waterfalls and jungle treks to Tamdi Surla waterfalls are now on which will go on till October 1st week. As per the government rules, the trekking packages will be halted once the jeep safari begins from October 2. Head To Sharavathi Valley To Enjoy Backwaters Island Trekking Near Bengaluru.
10,000 Tourists Visited The Waterfalls Last Year
Several adventure companies from Bengaluru are planning to take people for trekking to Dudhsagar. People are coming forward to travel, as the tourism industry slowly opens up. In 2019, nearly 10,000 tourists visited the waterfalls in just a few weeks. Most of the visitors were from Bengaluru and Mumbai. Athirapally In Kerala Has The Most Scenic Waterfalls That You Can’t Miss.
Goa Tour Operators Offer Pick & Drop
The tour operators from Goa also offer to pick up and drop for tourists if they reach till Goa borders. This facility can help save taxes and travel hassles for the groups coming from Bengaluru and Hyderabad. Trekking to Dudhsagar is sought after route in India and several people visit this cascade every monsoon.
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