Top 10 Waterfalls in India

Published on: Dec 1, 2018 author: amitaswal 0

If you are looking for most attractive and best waterfalls in India, so you are in right places here you can find best waterfalls list in India. Waterfalls in India offer a magnificent sight that makes one speechless.

Jog Falls, Karnataka

Jog falls is counted between the highest waterfalls of our country. It is situated in the Shimoga district of Karnataka, which is nearly in the center of the state. Jog falls is the second-highest plunge waterfall of India jog waterfall is the highest waterfall in the state.

It is the most important attraction in south India. Jog falls drop about a huge 253m in a single fall. Jog self is a Kannada word which means falls. Jog falls really such a beautiful waterfall place.

Dudhsagar Falls, Goa

Dudhsagar also called the sea of milk. The beauty of this waterfall is very nice from the enormous height of 310 m and creating the scene. The falls are divided into four tiers in the Mondovi River. This waterfall when looked from a distance appears like a heavy stream of milk flowing much from top to down the hill, finally splitting into three streams if water and after then destination into the deep green sea.

During monsoon or soon monsoon is the best time to visit Dudhsagar fall. There are many types of activities in Dudhsagar waterfalls to do like Trekking, Swimming, Rock climbing, and elephant rides can be enjoyed there.

Nohsngithiang Falls, Meghalaya

Located in the wettest place on Earth, cherrapunjee, Nohsngithing falls is the pure force of water making its way down the East Khasi hills to the planes of Bangladesh.

It is 1035 feet high waterfall is a natural wonder. Also known as the seven sister waterfall. The beauty magnifies in the monsoon when the magnificent force of waterfall down. It is the fourth highest waterfall in India.

Soochipara Falls, Kerala

Soochipara falls is perhaps the most picture spot located in the periphery. It is a treat for eyes to see the milky white stream of water making its way to the river passing the rock.

Tourists will have to trek for around 30 minutes in a downward inclination to reach the main pool, where exciting activities like swimming, bathing, and other recreational activities take place now and then. Many guesthouses and home-stays are available on the waterfall for the traveler.

Bhagsunag Waterfall, Himachal Pradesh

This enchanting waterfall is situated about 11 km from Dharamshala and is easily approachable by road. It is one of the best tourist places in Dharamshala. It is also known for its old temple, a freshwater spring, and slate quarry a waterfall surrounded by stunning cliffs and trees. Tourists can take a dip in the chilly in this fall and visit the Bhagsunag temple to seek the blessing of Lord Shiva.

The Bhagsunag Fall falls on the way, so the tourists can continue with their journey to Triund once they visit this elegant fall. Though this spectacular waterfall lies a little distance away from the town of Dharamshala, the tourists make sure that they visit this beautiful spot, which is also an important place for Hindu pilgrims. It is also a great waterfall if India.

Hebbe Falls, Karnataka

Between 35 waterfalls in Karnataka, the Hebbe Fall is the most of the ones located in the Chikmagalur district in West Karnataka. This great waterfall is housed in the beautiful hill station, which is an only 8-hour drive from Bangalore, thus offering a scenic road trip for the enthusiastic tourists.

The water of Hebbe falls full of medicinal herbs offering healing qualities, thus attracting a large number of tourists to come and have a dip in it. Apart from being one of the most picturesque tourist attractions in South India, the medicinal herbs also attract biologists and scientists.

Hebbe Falls is one of the most stunning falls in Karnataka. The beautiful white, foaming waters which fall on the lake and the green surroundings is something which takes your breath away

 Bhimlat Falls, Rajasthan

Rajasthan is a place known for its extreme temperature, and it is a place where the sun does not hesitate to shine brightly throughout the year. Having one of the top ten waterfalls in such a dry state is no less than a wonder. You would be surprised to know that the Bhimlat Falls crash this image of Rajasthan.

Bhimlat Falls is just only 60 meters high, but for a dry state like Rajasthan and for the people residing there it is no less than a jewel. The waterfall looks beautiful in some long distance.

Kempty Falls, Uttarakhand

Kempty Falls is the most popular and one of the oldest tourist spots near masoorie. Developed before more than 150 years ago by a British man, Kempty Falls is the most fascinating picnic spot or a perfect day out a place nearby Mussoorie at a distance of 15 km.

Tourist likes to enjoy the refreshing bath under the 40 ft in kempty waterfalls. Everyone can also enjoy some boating on the artificial pond. There are many types of shops around the Kempty falls they serve tasty food and some fast food to enjoy. The kempty fall is situated 15 km away from masoorie on the Yamunotri road.

Athirapally Waterfall, Kerala

Athirapally Waterfalls is situated 1000 feet above sea level at the Chalakudy River in Thrissur district of Kerala. One of the famous tourist places in Kerala, the magnificent waterfalls are a sight worth witnessing. This is the biggest waterfall in all the above Kerala. Athirapally falls come down from a height of 80 feet through several parallel streams. In the monsoon season, in its full might, the waterfalls appear like Niagara Falls.

Athirapally waterfalls never dry out and can be visited anytime during the year. Though the waterfall appears in its full beauty during monsoons, heavy rains cause so it is the best time to visit athirappally waterfall.

Sissu Falls, Himachal Pradesh

In Himachal Pradesh, there is a wonderful waterfall at sissu which is around 25 Km from graphs on the Manali Leh highway.

This is the best and most beautiful waterfall in entire north India but is still nearly unexplored because not many people visit these areas and those who visit have til information about its experience and generally have other priorities.

The obstacle to those who like venture out is that from the road the fall is not seen properly(the base is not seen) and looks just like many another fall. U need to go closer to relish its beauty. It is really best!!! One can walk unto the base of the fall, which will take 15-20 mins from the highway. You can also climb up to the place where the water actually strikes the ground, as the climb is not very tough.

Shubham Kumar

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