What is the first thing comes to your mind when you hear the name of INDIA? Taj Mahal? Food? Culture? Tradition? No no no!!! sorry!
India is not about these only, it is blessed with the esthetic and decent natural beauties which take your whole attention and breath. When you meet with the refreshing waterfalls lavishing with life, it will make your jaw open. Monsoon is entering in India and this is the best time to visit there and explore the inner beauty of Indian Waterfalls.
top 6 amazing Indian Waterfalls where you must visit.
#Jog falls, Shimoga, Karnataka
"Karnataka is the land of some highest and spectacular waterfalls in India. Among those, Jog falls, situated in Shimoga district is the second highest falls which kiss the rock from the height of 253 meters. You can feel the force and roar of this falls when it hits the rocks. During the monsoon, it becomes more furious that people gather there to enjoy its stunning beauty. It spills 3.4 million tones of water from that hight. Don't miss it! Just pack your bag and shoes and go for it. We are providing you the route to visit there."
How to reach: You don't need to invest a lot to see this beautiful scenario. You can catch a flight for Bangalore. The best part of landing there and enjoying the falls, from June to September. But if miss that somehow, then you can also go in September to December. You will be amazed to see the view, the waterfall is surrounded by some fresh greenery.
#Dudhsagar Falls, Goa
"There will be a few people who yet not heard about this Dudhsagar Falls. This is another wonder of India, it brings lots of tourists who visit GOA just to explore this beauty of this falls. This force of water stream is as bright and white as the milk, that is the main reason it calls the Dudhsagar or the 'Sea of Milk'. If you haven't visited yet to see this fifth highest waterfalls situated at Mollam then hurry up to check out the beauty of this white spray falling from the hight of 310meters."
How to reach: Book the ticket to Goa! Catch your flight and land there from October to mid-December which is known as the best time to visit. Visit there and let your eyes to be pleased with that natural beauty.
#Sivasamudram Falls, Karnataka
"Are you searching for the best places to visit in India? Visit Karnataka, the 'State of Waterfalls'. Here you will see the most powerful waterfalls in the world, i.e. Sivasamudram. The best part of this falls is it is divided into two parts, i.e. the horse-tailed of the western side known as the Gaganachuki falls and the eastern side is called as Bharachukki falls. Moon is the best place when this falls reveal its roars and beauty. It spills 19 million liters of water into the deep gorge."
How to reach: Most of the people visit at the peak time when monsoon stuck there and the falls started to show off. So the best time to visit at Mysore is June to October. Don't miss it guys, grab the best view of this powerful waterfalls. Take the flight to Bangalore. Also, you can go by road, from Mysore you will get buses daily basis.
#Nohkalikai Falls, Meghalaya
"Meghalaya is known as the wettest state of India and if you visit there, you can feel the nature too closely. Nohkalikai falls is one of the toughest competitors of Karnataka, also it is the tallest waterfalls that water comes down from the hight of 1100 meters. it brings the true spectacle of nature and that is the main reason tourists love to visit there."
How to reach: Meghalaya is the land of rainfall so if you want to explore that beauty then the best time of flying there is, from September to October. The sky of Cherapunji remains a little bit clear that time so you will not get any obstacle to show that waterfalls. It is 128 KM only from the Guwahati airport. You can take a flight to Guwahati to visit the waterfall. Love road trip? then NH-40 and NH- 44 will take you that to the Nohkalikai falls.
Jang Falls, Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh
"If you search the top 6 list of beautiful waterfalls in India then you will get this Jang Falls name at the top, as it is one of the prettiest waterfalls which is situated in Tawang of Arunachal Pradesh in India. It is one of the thrilling falls which not only attracts the tourists from several parts but also the water force of this falls produce the electricity for this whole Arunachal Pradesh. To reach that place you have to cross a distance of 200 meters from the place called power station."
How to reach: If you want to see its full swing, then the best time to visit this spot is between November to April. This place is open all day, from 8.00 am morning to 6.00 pm evening. Take the air service up to Tezpur then cover the rest distace by road to reach at Jang Falls.
#Athirapally Falls, Kerala
"Kerala, known as the place of backwaters, at the time of monsoon, this place blossom its all natural beauty and brings the prettiest view the Athirapally Falls. It is that gem which you can relish only in the rainy season. This waterfall is not so hight or powerful like others but yes it has its own decency which attracts the tourists very much."
How to reach: Fly to the Cochin at the peak rainy season and enjoy the beautiful sight of Kerala. The best time to visit this waterfalls September to February. You can catch a flight to Kochi International Airport. Also, you can enjoy the railway service to reach there. This waterfall is only 30 km from the Railway station of Chalakudi Railway Station.
So are you ready? Just book the ticket and let's fly to visit the top 6 perfect destinations for monsoon holidays, the beautiful waterfalls of India.