Waterfalls are the most beautiful creation of nature that keeps alive throughout. For those who love to get into a flowing stream or stand under that rigorous force of water pouring down from a height, it is almost impossible to resist a visit to a nearby waterfall. Most hill stations or treks that you will be a part of will have waterfalls nearby. However, there are some that are so magnificent that they stand out from the rest. Here are some great waterfalls in India where you would like to get your feet wet or just treat your eyes with a visual spectacle. You can visit any of these waterfalls whenever you plan a trip with Domestic tour operators to any of the destinations mentioned below. There is nothing more beautiful than watching such wonders of nature falling from such a great height. I have planned one, your turn to choose your taste upon!
Catherine falls is an alluring double cascaded fall that is located in Kotagiri in Tamil Nadu. Also one of the biggest tourist spots of this region, the Catherine waterfalls has been on many travelers’ to-visit list. The Catherin waterfalls are also the second highest waterfall in the stunning Nilgiri Mountains. The water falls from 250 height and the views are breathtaking. And the stunning landscapes just add to the grandeur of this waterfall. This waterfall is pretty visible fro, Dolphin’s nose which is another attraction of the region. From this point you will get to see the whole waterfall in one glance and trust us when we say you will love this view.
Aruvikkuzhi waterfall is situated in Kumarakom near Kottayam in Kerala and because this waterfall is located in God’s own country, you can be rest assured about its beauty and grandeur.The waterfalls in five steps and is considered as a picnic spot by many travelers. Since this alluring waterfall is located in the middle of rubber plantations, the waterfalls flow through these plantations and hence the view is breathtaking. The path that will take you to Aruvikkuzhi Waterfall is a mud path and a 2 km trail. This also gives you an opportunity to do some trekking for that also is another attraction of this place.
Situated in Athirappilly panchayat in Chalakudy, Kerala, the Athirappali waterfalls is one of the best waterfalls of the state. This 80 feet high waterfall is an attraction that is sure to leave you spellbound. The largest waterfall in Kerala, the Athirappilly waterfall is also known as the ‘The Niagara of India.’ It is located at 90 km from Kochi and is one of the most popular picnic spots among tourists. If you have planned a trip to this part of Kerala, you know that you shouldn’t be missing out on the beautiful Athirappilly waterfalls.
Dhuandhar Waterfallsne of the most scenic and the most popular waterfalls in India, the Dudhsagar waterfall in Goa is a sight to behold. The literal meaning of Dudhsagar is Sea of milk and that is exactly what you get to see here. And because the Dudhsagar waterfall is situated in the idle of Bhagwan Mahavir wildlife sanctuary, the beauty and serenity is even more. Situated in Sangeum district in Goa, the water of Dudhsagar falls from a height of 1000 feet. While Goa has been everybody’s favorite holiday spot, the waterfall just adds to your list of reasons. It is also popularly known as Vajra Sakal falls and also as Tambdi Surla falls. You can choose one of the best tour operators in Goa.
Located near Shillong in Meghalaya is another great attraction called the Elephant falls. This waterfall is formed by combining three beautiful and alluring rivers. One of the most stunning and beautiful natural wonders of the North East, if you love anything scenic you should be here. Located very close to the Shillong peak, the Elephant falls should definitely be on your must visit list with Flying Venus Travels.
Saputara is a favorite weekend getaway spot for many. And if you haven’t visited Saputara yet, you might want to now owing to the beautiful Gira waterfall here. This scenic waterfall is thanks to the alluring Ambika River and is visited a lot by people who love nature and its wonders. Gira falls is a 75 feet tall attraction that flows from the Kapri tributary and falls down towards the beautiful Ambika River. Even if you are planning to travel to Surat, take a halt at Saputara and witness the grandeur and magnificence of this waterfall.
After seeing all of these remarkable waterfalls, I don’t think you would try to replace this with anything else. And also for the coming monsoon you should definitely pack your bags up to get your feet wet in the chilled water of these falls. I feel nothing can replace this feeling that gonna have with Flying venus travels- A travel agent in Bhopal.