Dudhsagar Waterfall is a four-tiered waterfall located on the Goa-Karnataka border, nearer to Goa. Its sight is so spellbinding, as you see the milky vapors rise from the falls. The entire marvel is usually described as clouds falling from the heavens, descending directly onto the earth. It is surrounded by lush greenery that provides an additional aesthetic appeal to the Dudhsagar waterfall location.
The Dudhsagar Waterfall is the fourth largest waterfall in India, at a height of 320 meters or 1017 feet. The elephantine falls gather the attention of many tourists and nature lovers who come from all over the country to witness the glory of the waterfall. It’s a great place to go for a one day trip near Goa.
Dudhsagar waterfall is located in the Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary and the Mollem National Park, a part of the Western Ghats. Wildlife buffs and nature enthusiasts will love the mesmerizing beauty of this place. The nearby area of the waterfall is rich in flora and fauna. You have a chance to spot wild dogs, wild boar, barking deer, flying squirrel, spotted deer, mouse deer, civet, gaur, pangolin, porcupine, sambar, and even the occasional black panther, leopard, and the Bengal tiger. There are many species of reptiles, butterflies, and birds as well.
Monsoon is the best time to visit Dudhsagar waterfall as there is a lot more water during this time of the year. The rain makes it wilder and more visually attractive. You will be able to hear the thunderous roar of the water falling down the rocks as you approach the main falls and the pool. The river will also look lovelier along the hiking trail.
You can also visit the Devil’s Canyon, which is not far from Dudhsagar, and there are some of the other waterfalls situated nearby the Dudhsagar falls where one can visit, such as Tambdi Surla falls, Vajrapoha falls, and the Vazara falls, which is in Karnataka.