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Popular after the movie Chennai Express, Dudhsagar Falls is a four tier waterfall is located on river Mandovi. Nested on the border between Karnataka and Goa is located one of India’s tallest waterfalls, the Dudhsagar falls. In all the treks, the major highlight is the rich flora and fauna but this one has an added highlight. Oh yes, you guessed it right. It has an old railway track. Accessible through the Indian Rail Network, this trek is also accessible through jeeps operated by private tour operators. The waterfall is the most beautiful during monsoon season, when it plunges down from a height of 310 meters, as white as milk.
Popular as a heavenly abode on Earth, Dudhsagar waterfalls is one of the most popular landmarks for the tourists visiting the region. You must have seen this place in a lot of photos and movies, but nothing would be as magical as seeing it in person either through a train or by trekking up to the place. The experience is sure a once in a lifetime activity that you would remember for the rest of your lives.
The four-tiered beauty, Dudhsagar falls trekking is every trekker’s paradise. The sight of Mandovi river gushing out from such height creates a vision of sea of milk in the middle of lush green mountains. The sight is so beautiful that we strongly recommend you to capture this scenery for life both in your camera and heart.
Dudhsagar Waterfalls is a one day trek that would take you to the wilderness of Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary jungle. The feeling of being close to nature would give you immense energy throughout the trek and the mesmerising views would make the journey even more interesting. With it's breathtaking view to welcome people every monsoon, it won’t fail to leave people awestruck with its beauty.
8:30 PM Start From Bangalore.
Pick up points ( Marthahalli, Silk Board , BTM. Banashankari Bus stop & RR Nagar Gopalan Orchid)
Start Journey Via- Tumkur Toad, Hubli, Dharwad).
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