Dudhsagar Falls is perhaps the only thing worth seeing in Goa (India). It is located on the border with the neighboring state of Karnataka in the Bhagwan Mahavir national reserve, in the mountains of Western Ghats. This is the fifth highest waterfall in India, the length of the mountain stream is 310 meters. (Russian guides and travel agencies will blow you up that he is second in height, but that's not true )
The ideal time to inspect the waterfall is the monsoon season (May-September). At this time, the waterfall is the most full-fledged, and the crowds of tourists are not there. The only problem is to get to the waterfall. In the monsoon season, the river does not walk on foot, on the street + 40 ° C - + 45 ° C and all the time pours a tropical downpour. In the tourist (dry) season, everything is easier - tourists on SUVs are brought directly to the waterfall. But at this time the waterfall is not full and hundreds of tourists hang out on a small heel.
How to reach the waterfall - Guide
Lower threshold of the waterfall
Monkeys - one of the entertainment for tourists. In the season for 30 monkeys there are 300 nursing tourists.
Panorama of Dudsagar waterfall (Goa, India)
After 70 km. this small waterfall becomes a full river. And the waterfall is not a tributary - it's the same river.
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