Dudhsagar Waterfall Goa – Unleashing the Beauty of Nature

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Since I was traveling with my buddies, this time we wanted to go into the arms of nature. What would have been more suitable than Goa? We spent at the Dudhsagar Falls in the tropical forests of the Western Ghats of Goa. We reached Margoa from where the Dudhsagar Falls is just 60 kilometers away.  I had read about it somewhere that these Falls are one of the highest waterfalls in the world and ranks number one in being the tallest waterfall in India. Nature lovers like me will definitely be tempted in discovering more about the gurgling falls.

Dudhsagar Waterfall Goa
Dudhsagar Waterfall Goa I Image Resource : googleusercontent.com

As analogous to its name, Dudhsagar means the “Ocean of Milk”. Although the best time to visit the falls is during the monsoon, we visited just after it. But nonetheless, the entire environment was too enchanting and captivating. For adventure freaks like me, the Falls is a perfect place. Trekking is a common adventure activity done here. Many young people like me indulged in enjoying fun-filled activities there. This place is a treat for those people who love nature. I am a true lover of nature and the multi-hued butterflies, colorful birds, squirrels, and other small animals added extra color to the environment.

Perched in the high peaks of Western Ghats, the Dudhsagar Falls give an exuberant and profuse combination of lively flora and fauna. The waterfall gives a filling of thick milk rushing within the mountain. The crisscrossing streams of water and towering mountain ranges are a perfect place for visitors and young people for having picnics. Also, it is a perfect destination for camping, and doing other fun-filled activities like scuba diving and heli-gliding. I would definitely love to visit this place once more within next two years with my family.

We returned from the falls after long hours spending time there. By then we were all exhausted and didn’t visit any place that day. We spent our rest of the day in the hotel cherishing the moments at the falls and the forest. The next day we decided to visit the fort and other places in Goa.

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