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7 waterfalls in India to visit in Monsoon season 2020

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Waterfalls are nature’s gift. The gushing sound of the waterfall, soothing ambience and the surrounding picturesque view gives peace to one’s soul. India has numerous waterfalls where a traveler can enjoy nature at its best. Monsoon season is the most preferred season to visit waterfalls. So this monsoon season adds these 7 waterfalls to your must-visiting places list.

 Waterfalls in India to visit in monsoon

Dudhsagar falls: goa
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1.            DudhSagar falls: Goa

Goa is famous for its beaches, but it also has 100 highest waterfalls of the world ‘DhudhSagar falls’ which is also known as ‘ocean of milk’. It is a four-tier waterfall at 310 meters height located on Mandovi- River, around 60- km from Panaji on the GoaKarnataka Border. The view of DudhSagar falls looks like milk flowing from the hill.

Bhimlat Falls: rajasthan
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2.            Bhimlat falls: Rajasthan

Rajasthan is known for rough terrain, dunes and hot afternoons, but a well-kept secret of Rajasthan is the Bhimlat Falls. The Bhimlat falls are located in Bundi village 472 km away from the capital city, Jaipur. The Bhimlat waterfall is at a height of 60 meters, which falls on the green sea lake. This place is perfect for the weekend trip.

Kempty Falls: Mussorie
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3.            Kempty Falls: Mussorie

Kempty Falls in the queen of hills, Mussorie is mostly heard by everyone. It is located in Ram gaon in the Tehri Garhwal district of Uttrakhand. Kempty falls was developed in 1835 by the British Officer John Mekinan. The name kempty is taken from the word ‘camp-tea’. The Kempty falls is located at an altitude of 4500 feet. The waterfalls at massive speed and the pond formed underneath is a great spot for swimming. Kempty falls is a famous picnic spot where people have fun with their friends and family.

Shivansamudra falls: karnataka
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4. Shivansamudra falls, Karnataka

Shivansamudra falls is situated on the banks of the Kaveri River. The flow of the waterfall is divided and broken into separate streams by rocks and ravines. Shivansamudra waterfall is 139 km away from Bengaluru. Shivansamudra waterfall is very popular among tourists and can be visited during monsoons.  Sri Ranganathaswamy Temple and Sri Someshwara Temple are the two famous and ancient temples that are located near the waterfalls.

Noh-kalikai falls
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5.            Noh-kali kai falls, Meghalaya

Meghalaya is the wettest state of India, Noh kali kai falls with a height of about 1100 meters is located in Cheerapunji which is 7 km away from Meghalaya. The word ‘Nohkalikai’ is taken from the local Khasi language. Noh-kali-Kai falls has a unique feature that its water turns blue in winters and green in summers.

Iruppu falls: coorg
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6.            Iruppu Falls, Coorg

Coorg is the most popular hill station in south India. The Iruppu Falls is located on the Nagarhole highway in the Kodagu district of Karnataka. Iruppu falls are famous for its religious importance. The famous Shiva temple Rameshwaram temple is located on the banks of Lakshmana Tirtha River. If you want to spend your vacations peacefully then Iruppu falls is the best place to spend vacations.

kune falls: maharashtra
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7.            Kune falls: Maharashtra

Kune falls are the 14th highest waterfalls in India, located in Lonavala with a height of 200 meters, falls in three tiers. The cascade flows down from the Sahyadri Mountains range. The green surroundings of this area have a suitable climate throughout the year.

So every traveler this monsoon season visits these waterfalls to spend their vacations with family and friends.

Shruti Jain

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