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10 Most Beautiful & Amazing Waterfalls in India

India well known for tourist place as I would like to inform you one of world’s top-10 famous tourist is “Taj Mahal” in India. Lot’s of place here as historical place, river, temple, hill station e.t.c. You can see below best water falls in India –

Today i’m wiriting here India’s best 10 Waterfalls You Need to Explore Once In a Life,

28. Kune Falls, Maharashtra – Mumbai may be a commercial jungle, but the whole of Maharashtra isn’t. In fact, the Lonavala-Khandala region is blessed with several beautiful waterfalls during the monsoon season. Kune Falls stand out among the rest. These are 200 meters high, 3 tiered waterfalls, which are sight unto themselves. Although you can only watch them during the monsoon season, when you do, you will be left amazed by their sheer beauty. Find more water falls below

Kune Falls, Maharashtra

27. Bhimlat Falls, Rajasthan – The Bhimlat Falls are almost like a well preserved secret of Rajasthan. Almost all of us associate Rajasthan with the imagery of hot afternoons, sand dunes, and a rugged terrain. But Bhimlat Falls crash that stereotypical imagery of Rajasthan. In fact, Bundi Village, the village closest to these waterfalls, actually receives more average rainfall than Delhi during the monsoons. The Bhimlat Falls may just be 60 meters high, but the sheer fact that they are located in Rajasthan make them worthy of this list.

Bhimlat Falls, Rajasthan

→ How to reach: Fly to the nearest airport at Jaipur from New Delhi at super low prices starting at INR 1,684

26. Athirapally Falls, Thrissur, Kerala – Kerala isn’t just about the placid backwaters. Come the monsoon and the Thrissur district springs to life with natural beauty all around. The gem of Thrissur district is the Athirapally Falls, which can be seen in full flow during the rainy season. They are far from being as high as Jog Falls of Karnataka or other waterfalls of India, but they are definitely a sight to behold.

How to reach: Fly straight to the nearest airport at Kochi from Bengaluru at just INR 1,619 without burning a hole in your pocket!

25. Hogenakkal Falls, Tamil Nadu – They are unofficially referred to as the “Niagara of India”. That pretty much sums up the beauty of these waterfalls, located in Dharmapuri district of Tamil Nadu. It is a major tourist attraction of Tamil Nadu, also well known for its disease curing properties.

How to reach: Fly straight to Bangalore Airport from any other major city in the country. Chennai to Bangalore at super low fares of INR 1,169.

24. Vantawng Falls: The North-Eastern state of Mizoram has a rare natural beauty. The state has many waterfalls and cascades because of the rivers that flow through it and among them, Vantawng Falls stands as the tallest waterfall in the state. The total height of this two tier waterfall is in excess of 750 feet and is surrounded by a dense forest which makes getting close to it a little difficult. The state tourism department has built a viewing tower for the waterfall so that tourists can enjoy the breathtaking sights that the falls has to offer.

23. Meenmutty Falls: Meenmutty Falls is located in the district of Wayanad in Kerala. It is one of the rare waterfalls that remain unspoiled in its natural splendor. The waterfall stands at a height of 980 meters and is a three-tier waterfall. This waterfall attracts tourists from all over the country and is one of the most visited cascades in the nation. It is also among the most beautiful waterfalls in India.

22. Nohkalikai Falls: Nohkalikai Falls is the third highest waterfall in the country at a height of 1100 feet. The falls are located near Cherapunji which used to be among the rainiest places on earth in the eastern state of Meghalaya. It is among the highest plunge waterfalls in the country and is also among the most beautiful. The falls is mainly fed by rain water and loses power during the months February to December when the rainfall is scantier as compared to other months.

21. Langshiang Falls: Langshiang Falls is located in the state of Meghalaya and is among the most popular falls in the state. The state of Meghalaya receives a substantial amount of rainfall and it has many fast flowing rivers that run through its hills. The waterfalls is said to have a height in excess of 1100 feet which would make it the third highest falls in the country but doubts over the measurements have denied Langshiang Falls that rank.

20. Kempty Falls: The Kempty Falls is in the north Indian state of Uttarakhand around 15 kilometers from the well known tourist town of Mussoorie. The waterfall is in a mountainous region which gives it added beauty. The waterfall flows from an altitude of 4500 feet and is one of five amazing waterfalls that flow in this region. It is one of the most popular spots in and around this region as people from all over the country visit this waterfall. The place offers many amazing views of hills and mountains in the area.

19. Hogenakkal Falls: The Hogenakkal Falls is on the Kaveri River in the south Indian Tamil Nadu. The waterfall is often known as the Niagara Falls of India and is among the most well-known tourist attractions in the region. It is a waterfall that does not have much height but is more like a series of waterfalls that cut through the terrain. There are many tourist related activities organized throughout the complex of waterfalls and some of the best sights in the nation are on offer here.

18. Jog Falls: The Jog falls on the river Sharavati in Karnataka is among the most well-known waterfalls in India. It is also among the most powerful waterfalls in the nation. It is the highest single tier waterfall in the country and the sheer volume of the water that flows through it every second is staggering to say the least. The waterfall discharges 3 million liters of water a second which make it a formidable force and it also offers some of the most amazing views of water falling from a high place anywhere in the world.

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17. Dudhsagar Falls: The Dudhsagar Falls is one of the most powerful waterfalls in India. The falls are on the river Mandovi in the state of Goa and are part of the Bhagwan Mahavir Wild Life Sanctuary. This multi-tiered waterfall is a terrific sight to behold during the monsoons when it flows in its complete vigor. It is the fifth tallest waterfall in the country but is also among the most powerful. This waterfall is among the most visited tourist attractions in the state.

16. Kunchikal Falls: The Kunchikal Falls is the highest among’st all waterfalls in India and is also the second highest in the Asian continent. It is located in the Agumbe Valley in the Shimoga district of the state of Karnataka. The height of this waterfall is 1493 feet and formed by the Varahi River. The construction of a dam nearby has led to a decline in the volume of water that flows through the falls during the dry months of the year, post the rains. However this waterfall becomes an unstoppable force of nature, pummeling rocks and breaking boulders as it cuts through.

15. Shivanasamudra Falls (Karnataka) – Famous waterfall in Karnataka, Shivasamudram
Based in Madhya district, Karnataka, Shivasamudram falls divide into two branches – the eastern and the western. Cascading down the rocky cliffs, these waterfalls are enveloped with great degree of flora and fauna, courtesy the hill forests of Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary. For photography enthusiasts this is the place to be. After all, a selfie with the second largest waterfall in India is once in a lifetime opportunity! Located on the banks of the river Kaveri in Karnataka, the Shivasamudram Falls is the result of Asia’s second hydroelectric project which kicked off in 1902. The waterfall is used even today as a source of hydro-electric power and is among the most powerful waterfalls in India and the world. This segmented waterfall offers some amazing views throughout the year. The best times to see it in its full natural flow are from the months of July through October. Karnataka can safely be called the “State of Waterfalls in India.” It is blessed with roaring falls a few kilometers from each other. Shivasamudram Falls in Karnataka stand out for their sheer volume. During the monsoon season, as much as 19 million litres of water is discharged every second from these falls. They are one of the few waterfalls which are a sight to behold even during the dry months.

→How to reach: Nearest Airport: Bangalore, Nearest Railhead: Maddur, Road: Buses ply regularly from Mysore

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14. Dudhsagar Waterfalls (Goa) – Dudhsagar, the milky white waterfall of Goa

The Dudhsagar waterfalls rest on the Mandovi River in Goa. Dudhsagar falls among the largest waterfalls in India with an altitude of 1017 feet. The falls are a sight to behold especially if you go there in the monsoons, when the fall is in full flow. Water falling down from a height forms clouds of milky foam at the bottom, creating a visual of aesthetic beauty. Set amidst the crescent shaped valley carpeted with lush green flora, the falls are a perfect getaway for your honeymoon.

How to reach: Road: 60 kms from Panaji via roadways, 46 kms from Madgaon and 60 kms north of Belgaum.

13. Athirapally Waterfalls (Kerala) – The majestic waterfall of Kerala, Athirapally
An ideal place to spend monsoons with your better-half, the Athirappilly Waterfalls are the largest falls in Kerala. The sizzling silver water droplets fall down into the lush green forest, which is home to species like Great Indian Hornbill, Cochin Forest Cane Turtle and the Nilgiri Langur. Appropriately called the ‘Niagara in India’, Athirappilly falls can make anyone fall in love at first sight.

→How to reach – Rail: 30 kms. from the Chalakudi Railway Station, Air: Kochi International Airport.

12. Bhagsu Waterfalls (H.P.) – The beautiful waterfall in Himachal Pradesh, Bhagsu, If you go to McLeod Ganj and don’t see the Bhagsu waterfalls, you’ve probably missed on the best natural treasure the place has to offer. It may not be the biggest fall in India but its beauty is the reason that’ll attract you towards it. If you are a tech geek, Bhagsu is your heaven. This hippie mecca is your place to be if you are looking for some ‘ shaanti’ in life!

→ How to reach: Airport: Gaggal airport,Rail: Kangra and Nagrota.

11. Soochippara Falls (Kerala) – Soochippara Waterfalls of Kerala, Soochipara Falls, also known as, Sentinel Rock Waterfalls, are located 23 kms away from Kalpetta, in the Vellarimala village. The waterfall is known for being a popular picnic spot and trekking spot. The place is ideal for rock climbing and holds a spectacular view. A great place to sneak out to with your gang.

How to reach: Rail: 2 kms from the Elevayal junction.

10. Elephant Falls (Shillong) – The serene Elephant Falls in Shillong, Elephant falls are situated on the outskirts of “Scotland of the East”, Shillong. What make this waterfall stand out in the assortment of natural treasures you find in Shillong, are the three sections of the waterfall that flow in sequence. It is one of the busiest tourist spots around, especially if you go there in monsoon. During this season the fall is in its full vigour and even the locals can’t resist to get one glimpse of this mighty fall. So if that’s the time you visit the falls, make sure you know what to expect.

→ How to reach: Road: 12 kms from Shillong and a few minutes’ drive from the Shillong Peak.

9. Jog falls (Karnataka) – The gushing Jog Falls of Karnataka, Jog falls is the second highest plunge and the tallest un-tiered waterfall in India located in the district border of Shimoga and Uttara Kannada. Jog falls, surrounded by lush green forests, makes for an enigmatic vision. For the swimming enthusiasts, you can hike down to the base and take a plunge into the river. You may also go up to the Watkins platform to get an exhilarating view of the place. The nearby area makes for a perfect trekking spot. When you have so much adventure packed into a single place, travelling there should be an obvious choice!

→How to reach: Rail: Nearest train station is Shimoga

8. Nuranang Falls (Arunachal Pradesh) – The enchanting Nuranang Falls of Arunachal Pradesh, Nuranang falls or Bong Bong falls are one of the untouched, undiscovered wonders of nature, which lies in the Tawang district of Arunachal Pradesh. Surrounded by mystic views of Tawang, this waterfall is fast becoming one of the best tourist attractions in North East India. You need government permit to be in Arunachal Pradesh, so make sure you have all paperwork in place before you head to this wondrous fall.

→ How to reach: Road: 5-6 kms from Jang village and 20-30 kms before entering Tawang.

7. Nohkalikai Falls (Cherrapunji) – The highest waterfall in India, Nohkalikai Falls in Cherrapunji, This dramatic legend is based out of the wettest place in India, Cherrapunji. The 335 m high falls rise, roar and splash on the rocks with a thunderous noise that’s clearly audible to you even at you stand at the viewing gallery, made at a safe distance from the place. The place has an astonishing landscape and presents some classic scenes for seasoned photographers. The fog clinging at the bottom of the furious flowing falls makes for a scene you must bring back with you.

→How to reach: Airways: 128 kms from Guwahati airport, Roadways: Take NH-40 that connects Guwahati with Shillong and NH-44 that connects Shillong with Silchar

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6. Bhimlat falls (Rajasthan) – The majestic Bhimlat falls in Rajasthan, In the state of Rajasthan, which is famous for its sand covered deserts, hot afternoons and extremely cold evenings, Bhimlat falls do a good job at breaking the stereotypical image of the place. Based in Bundi, Bhimlat exhilarates the best of its charm during monsoons. The 60 meters high waterfall makes for a great scenic relief in the horrid summers of Rajasthan. If you’re planning an outing to the state, don’t miss out on this natural wonder.

How to reach: Road: 35 kms from Chittor Road, Air: Nearest Airport is in Kota

5. Jog Falls, Shimoga, Karnataka – Waterfalls in india, Karnataka is blessed with some of the highest waterfalls in India. The Jog Falls is the second-highest plunge waterfall in India, making it one of the most spectacular waterfalls. As water falls down the cliff from a height of 253 meters, you can almost feel the force of it against the rocks. When in full flow during the monsoons, 3.4 million tonnes of water fall down the cliff every second.

→ How to reach: Fly straight into Mangalore airport and thereby complete the remaining journey by road.

4. Dudhsagar Falls, Goa – Dudhsagar literally translates to “ocean of milk.” When the water falls down a height of 310 meters at Mollem, Goa, it seems nothing short of milky water. When in full swing, these falls can pack quite a force.

How to reach: Fly straight into Goa Airport at super low prices from Bangalore starting at INR 1,758!

3. Iruppu Falls, Coorg – Coorg is blessed with plenty of natural beauty, which makes it one of the most popular hill stations of South India. A highlight of the natural beauty of Coorg is the Iruppu Falls, located close to Nagarhole National Park. People flock to the waterfalls during Shivratri to absolve themselves of their sins before they head to the nearby temple dedicated to Lord Shiva.

How to reach: Fly to the nearest airport at Kozhikode and travel the rest by road.

2. Nohkalikai Falls, Meghalaya – You can expect waterfalls by the numbers in Meghalaya, the wettest state of India. One of the most spectacular of the lot is the Nohkalikai Falls, which is also the tallest plunge fall in India. With a height of about 1100 meters, these falls are a true spectacle of nature. The best part is, you can expect these falls in full flow almost throughout the year, since Meghalaya receives plenty of rainfall round the year. It is one of the spectacular and amazing waterfalls in India.

→ How to reach: Fly to the nearest airport at Guwahati from Kolkata at affordable fares starting at INR 2,179

1. Jang Falls, Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh – Jang Falls is one of the beautiful waterfalls in India. You need to trek a distance of about 200 meters from the power station to reach these waterfalls. Located close to Jang Village in Arunachal Pradesh, these waterfalls not just serve as a tourist attraction, but also serve as the source of electricity for the people of Arunachal Pradesh.

→ How to reach: Fly straight to the nearest airport at Tezpur and complete the rest of the route by road.

 

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