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The Dudhsagar Waterfalls is one such destination which is sure to fill your travel kitty with the most nostalgic memories. Visit Goa and experience the feeling of being in a land beyond imagination.
Some of the best experiences in travel are in the lovely paradise called India. With the most fascinating sights that places, the travel experience is very unique with the combination of the most enchanting locales and the most exotic visual delights.
When booking your flights to Goa, one must make a point to visiting the Dudhsagar Waterfalls, the best time to visit this place is between the months of November and February, and the monsoon time makes the entire trip really worthwhile. Come monsoon and June to September is surely to make the feeling of being in the Dudhsagar Waterfalls a greatly fulfilling experience. The monsoon months give the best scenic delights and the entire area looks like a green carpet.
The Dudh Sagar Waterfalls can be reached either by rail, road or air. Goa is the nearest airport so one can reach the waterfalls by air too, so book your flights to Goa and discover the beautiful Dudhsagar Waterfalls. The magnificence of the park is seen as it falls from the high and tall peaks of the Western Ghats. It is a complete visual delight and makes your flights to Goa completely worth every penny. You will see the waterfall pouring down the mountains the entire sight is like a milky paradise. There is a certain exuberance to the waterfall that makes it a great sight in the Sanguem taluka.
Falling at a height of around 600m from the top this is a lovely watery paradise lying on the border of Goa and Karnataka in India. Tourists book flights to India and throng this beautiful heaven of water body and enjoy the way it flows down the Deccan Plateau and foams into a surging whirlpool of watery pleasures. The River Mandovi bifurcates into three different streams and as the waterfall comes pouring down the cliff nearby it forms a lovely green pool and makes the sight here greatly memorable.
The locals call this Dudhsagar as it looks like a milky fall due to its foam. Dudh in Konkani means milk. So the name Dudh sagar is obtained from the milky look to the waterfalls and amidst the mesmerizing surroundings, this is a one time experience that shouldn’t be missed in your travels to Goa. So come here ad enjoy this crescent shaped natural paradise and find the beautiful forests here beckoning you to enjoy more.
Legend has it that there was once a very rich king here who ruled over the Western Ghats. His palace had a lot of gardens, trees and greenery surrounding. Filled with the best gazelles and deers, this was indeed a living paradise. The king had a very beautiful daughter who loved taking bath in the lake which was on the border of the palace grounds. This princess used to finish off here bath by pouring a jug of milk over here. Once as she finished doing this, she saw that a very handsome prince was watching her. Very embarrassed, the princess poured the milk over her and created a milk curtain thus shielding herself from vies. Later her maids brought her a dress to cover her.
Thus it is believed that the sugared milk pours down till today in memory of the modesty of the princess. Today the waterfall pours down and is a major attraction to all those who visit this part of India.
Something very unique and absolutely enjoyable, the Dudhsagar Waterfalls is certainly a lovely place to be in, in your visit to Goa, and is something that gives you the best travel experience. Goa in itself is a tourists’ paradise and the fact that there are such waterfalls make the entire trip a fascinating mix of adventure, thrill and visual delights.