1. Dudhsagar Falls
What is it? It is simply not a trip to Goa without a visit to the Dudhsagar Falls. The name literally translates to ‘sea of milk’, which makes sense when you see it. The waterfall is 310 metres high and found deep within the Western Ghat Mountains, with three streams and four tiers. A must see.
Why go? The waterfall is the cherry on top of an already brilliant treck through the forest (one of South India’s most popular for intermediate to advanced level hikers). Plus if you don’t fancy the hike, you can still see the views getting there by car.