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7 famous waterfalls in India you should explore this summer


In India, waterfalls are the most remarkable gift of nature and it is very pleasant to see the water gushing from amazing heights into the valleys. In this country there are various numbers of stunning waterfalls where you can enjoy the water falling down the steps and making a comforting sound for pleasing your soul. Hence, here we are giving you a list of 7 most famous waterfalls of India which you definitely explore in this summer. These are as following:

1. Jog Falls, Shimoga, Karnataka

Jog falls in Karnataka is amongst the highest waterfalls of India and are situated in the Shimoga district. This fall is surrounded by the lush green forests and here water falls down the cliff, from a height of approx 253 meter. In addition to this, Jog Falls is also declared as one of the UNESCO environmental hot spots in all over the world.

2. Dudhsagar Waterfall, Goa

Dudhsagar Waterfall is also named as the “Sea of Milk” and is formed by Mandovi River in Goa. Here water falls from the height of 1,020 ft. The railway bridge near this waterfall reflects the classic look with the splendor of waterfalls in the backdrop is a view, this view will definitely behold in your spirit for the rest of your life.

3. Athirapally Waterfalls, Kerala

Athirappilly falls is located in Thrissur district, Kerala and is amongst the famous places to visit. This is perfect place to spend monsoons with your partner. It is also called as the ‘Niagara of India’ and is created by the Chalakudy River near to the Vazhachal forest.


4. Nohsngithiang Falls, Meghalaya

Nohsngithiang falls in Meghalaya are also known as seven sister falls and is counted as the 4th highest waterfalls in India. In this seven sisters waterfalls Nohkalikal falls is the major attraction and here water falls from a height of 340 meters. Moreover, the waterhole here remains blue in winter and superbly changes its color to sea green in the summers.

5. Bhagsu Waterfalls, Himachal Pradesh

If you are an adventure lover then surely you will love this waterfall. The best time to visit here is in the summers and monsoon and is located about a distance of 11 km from Dharamsala. Here, when you reach at the highest point you will require a short trek making the track adventurous as well as exciting.

6. Bhimlat Falls, Rajasthan

Rajasthan is mainly famous for desert, culture and cuisine but it also well known for the beautiful Bhimlat Falls. In horrid summers, the 60 meters high Bhimlat waterfall makes for a great scenic relief in Rajasthan. Furthermore, it is mainly located in the Bundi Village and is about 35 kliometers from the Chittor Road.


7. Kempty Falls, Uttarakhand

Kempty Falls is located in the ‘Queen of Hills’, Mussoorie and is the most famous tourist spot of this beautiful hill station. It is situated at a height of 1371 meters above the sea level and is surrounded by the huge cliffs and green trees. Therefore, this place is a perfect destination to visit in summers for revitalizing your mood.


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