Have you ever wondered where the waterfalls exist that you often find in movies and take your breath away? Yes, they exist on this planet. They are in no wise fictional. India has exquisite waterfalls that will overwhelm you. Below are some of the waterfalls that will give you an indelible experience if you visit them.
The Jog Falls, Karnataka
The Jog Falls is the second highest spurt in India that is located at Shimoga district in Karnataka. This waterfall appears in the rainy season. Gushing down water in four torrents at the back of lush greenery merge to form an enormous fall that leaves people spellbinding.
The Nohsngithiang Falls, Meghalaya
The Nohsngithiang Falls consists of seven streams dribbling down from the height of 340 metres. Since it includes seven streamlets, it is called the seven sister falls too. This waterfall is one of the major tourist attractions.
The Soochipara Falls, Kerala
Soochipara Falls is a three-tiered waterfall encircled by deciduous and evergreen forests. The waterfall is located at Wayanad district in Kerala. Rainy season is the best time to visit this waterfall. Beneath the waterfall is a large pool of snowy water where you can swim.
The Dudhsagar Falls, Goa
The Dudhsagar Falls is located at the border of Karnataka and Goa. It jets down from the height of 310 metres merging into a large flowing ocean gives you the most thrilling experience. A glimpse at gorge gives a real feeling that a stream of milk is pouring down.
The Elephant Falls, Meghalaya
The Elephant Falls is located at Shillong in Meghalaya. Every year lots of tourists visit this waterfall, especially during monsoon as the waterfall is full of vigour during this time. However, you can also visit there post monsoon.
The Hadlu Waterfalls, Karnataka
Though the Hadlu Waterfalls is not as high as others, it is still very popular among tourists who visit Sakaleshapura. You can explore the rhapsodic view of this waterfall during monsoon. You can easily reach there if you stay at Kasargali home stay in Sakaleshapura.
The Kempty Falls, Uttarakhand
The Kempty Falls is one of the most striking tourist attraction that is encircled by at high mountain ranges. Every year thousands of tourists visit this spot. You should visit this place during monsoon.