What is it? Dudhsagar, which literally translates to "sea of milk", is Goa’s tallest waterfall with a height of 310 meters. The three-streamed, four-tiered natural marvel is tucked deep within the Western Ghat Mountains, not too far from the state’s border with neighbouring Karnataka.
Why go? Dudhsagar stands amidst dense forests that are rich with rare flora and fauna and makes for one of South India’s most popular treks for intermediate to advanced level trekkers. You can also choose to skip the trek and visit the area by car for a dose of Goan topography beyond palm tree-lined beaches.