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These amazing waterfalls will make you pack your bags and leave right now

No doubt that we are living a hustle-bustle life of the city alongside it’s a fast-paced life. Many times, life is nerve-wracking, what we all do is work. We understand that work is the part of life, however, it doesn’t mean that we need to give up on other things. I personally like to travel and I understand that working is important, however, I like to spend my hard-earned money to travel to new places and explore the destinations.  

When I hear the word waterfall a picturesque illuminate in front of my eyes and flashes in my mind. India tourism where you find the nation blessed with bounteous waterfalls and if you love the travel like me then, these destinations should not be missed!!

1. Dudhsagar waterfalls, Goa

Dudhsagar stands among the largest waterfalls in India and its height is measured up to 1,017 ft. This waterfall is surrounded on the border of Goa and Karnataka and is situated Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary and Mollem National Park in the Western Ghats. Monsoon season is the best time to visit, you’ll see the incredible huge force and a heavy flow.


2. Dhuandhar Falls, Madhya Pradesh

Situated on the Narmada river in Bhedaghat, Dhuandhar falls that is about 98 ft. high, it falls from such a height and it’s a reason the sound can be heard from a long distance too. Don’t forget to enjoy the valley of marble rocks, you can visit this place during Sharad Purnima.


3. Jog Falls, Karnataka

This waterfall is created by the river Sharavathi and it falls from a height of 830 ft. and it is found as the second-highest waterfall in India and 13th worldwide. Monsoon season is the best time to visit over here where you can admire the beauty of the falls, alongside you, can trek in the close-by reasons.