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Dudhsagar falls is famous as India’s fifth tallest waterfall and ranks 227th around the globe at a height of 310 m. The water dives several meters down (more than a thousand feet) in vast volumes amidst the rainy season, shaping a standout amongst the most stupendous common wonders in Goa. It is a noteworthy part of Goa’s ecosystem. It is a four-layered waterfall with an aggregate height of 310 meters (1017 feet) and an average width of 30 meters (100 feet).

Dudhsagar is a standout amongst the most breathtaking falls in India. It is situated high up in the Mandovi River’s (border of Goa and Karnataka states) watershed and hence is not a specially marvelous site amidst the summer season.Be that as it may, the fall changes into a marvel during the rainy season. A complete transformation! The Dudhsagar trek is also famous amongst the tourists. Watch Here The Deadliest Rail Bridge In India!

 

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