The glorious fall of white water, pouring over the steep, almost vertical face of the mountain from a magnificent height of 1017ft; is both stunning and dazzling, making one think that there are many powers in nature considerably more capable than the human personality and body.
The name “Dudhsagar” actually means ‘ocean of milk’ which many accept is an implication to the white splash and froth that the majestic waterfall makes as it falls into the waters of the lake. The falls are at their pinnacle in the rainy season, which is the best time to visit the Dudhsagar waterfalls in goa though they are worth visiting throughout the year.
This waterfall is situated in the Sanguem Taluka of Goa and falls into the ward of the Goa Forest offices since it is a present in the Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary. One can take a road or rail to Kulem railway station and after that trek to Dudhsagar waterfall or a jeep with a driver is available to get near the falls, yet you need to take a stroll to exactly reach the foot of the falls.
The waterway Mandovi, which is the main river of Goa, starts from the Deccan plateau in the territory of Karnataka. Finding its way through the Western Ghats, this river plunges over the tallest peaks on the outskirt of Goa and Karnataka, which leads to the formation of the Dudhsagar falls. The waters shape a dark green pool at the base of the falls and then proceeding westbound to merge with the Arabian Sea.
The Dudhsagar waterfall measures an amazing 310m (1017ft) in height and around 100ft in width. The waterfall parts into three streams as it pours over the almost vertical cliff, in this manner presenting a really wonderful sight. This waterfall is otherwise called Tambdi Surla by few of the localities. The range around the falls is forested and falls into the Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary. There are various animals and birds that call this place home, and the sharp spectator may even be fortunate to view a few. The Goa Forest Department maintains the road to the falls. The fall is by and large quiet in summers. However, in the rainy season because of the ceaseless deluge, the falls come alive and draws the majority of tourists to make a trip to the Dudhsagar waterfalls.
Lunch Buffet (Veg/Non Veg)
Shared AC Car
Pick Up : Calangute, Baga, Candolim, Arpora, Panaji, and Porvorim.
Jungle Jeep safari towards the waterfall
Bath at the waterfall
Visit to Spice plantation with the guard
(if lucky) Spot a wild animal
Old Goa churches
Information of more than 50 spices
Jeep safari charges
Life jacket charges