Who doesn’t love the breathtaking waterfalls in lush green valleys all over with a splash of rain. India is a land blessed with serene landscape and picturesque view. You’ll be amazed to see how waterfalls originate from glaciers, cascading from a height as Indian subcontinent is known for its diverse terrain and climate. Majority of the spectacular waterfalls can be found in northeast region and hilly areas. Check out some of the spellbound waterfalls which will make you awestruck.
Jog Falls, Karnataka
The second-highest plunge waterfalls in India falling from jaw-dropping height of 253 meters. People who are swimming fanatics must definitely take a dip in river water. Amidst the historic places, temples and exuberant green valleys of Karnataka, it is the perfect place to enjoy this season.
Dudhsagar Falls, Goa
From the name itself, we can interpret that waterfall is as pure as milk and white in colour. It is among the tallest waterfall in India pouring from a height 310 meters. It is one of the spectacular places to visit when in Goa. This fall is not only captivating during the rainy season but also in summers.
Bhagsunag Falls, Mcleodganj
It may not come in the category of highest waterfall but if you are aquaphile then it is one of the mandatory places for you to visit. The Cafe attached to waterfall adds cherry on a cake. You can literally chill here by sipping coffee or tea along with delectable food. What else do you need?
Bhimlat Falls, Rajasthan
When the state is known for its Thar desert and then, you just hear someone saying about a waterfall. You’ll be shaken, isn’t? Well, that’s true. It can be an ideal destination for a weekend getaway from the national capital. It is definitely breaking the cliche image of Rajasthan. It offers a pleasing view and one must visit here during the rainy season.
Rudra Nag Falls, Himachal Pradesh
While you’re on a spectacular Kheerganga Trek, and you get to see the Rudranag falls in Parvati Valley. Isn’t that what you wanted to see? To visit this splendid place, you need to trek a bit from Kasol. It is one of the most impressive features of trek. Do not forget to enjoy some quality time in the aura of nature.
Dhuandhar Falls, Madhya Pradesh
One of the majestic falls of all, formed on Narmada river and looks absolutely enigmatic creating a smoke cascade. You’ll be amazed to see how the waterfall forms milky white texture. You can visit this place in any season but the best time to be here is during monsoon when the dry land turns all green giving you a scenic view.
Athirapally Falls, Kerala
Kerala, land of natural paradise. Athirapally falls a blissful place to enjoy if you want to spend some time in peace with nature. This place is rich in flora and fauna. If you are lucky enough, you can also get to see rare species like Hornbill, Turtle and Nilgiri Langur. Besides the bird sanctuary and national parks, beauty of falls adds icing to the cake. You will totally get the feel of a fairy tale or some Bollywood movie.
Shivanasamudra Falls, Karnataka
It is situated on the banks of Kaveri river. It is one of the first hydroelectric power stations in India. This fall makes their way to rocks and deep gorges from a height of 98 meters. Do not forget to capture the falls photograph along with its astounding black rock bed. If you love spending time with nature, then this is a place which you should not miss in any case.
Nohkalikai Falls, Meghalaya
Being a place that accounts maximum rainfall in India, it has an astonishing waterfall streaming from a height of 340 meters. Down the falls there forms a plunge pool that has green colour water. Photography enthusiasts can get some of the classic shots here. You can simply rejoice here in the serenity of nature.
Satdhara Falls, Himachal Pradesh
One of the popular sightseeing attractions offers a beautiful view along with an abundance of natural resources. It has seven watercourses that is why it is known as “Satdhara Falls” along with sparkling water. It will truly give you a magical insight into the falls. A kick-ass place to escape with your gang this year.
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