- December 10, 2020
- Posted by: Planet Goa Team
- Category: Natural Wonders
If you like adventure and don’t mind slugging it out with a trek, head to these spots. Each waterfall has a charm of its own, some treks are easier, while some are a little treacherous but worth the eff ort, when at the end you relax in the spray of a mighty waterfall.
Savari: With two routes to get to the base of the falls, one an easy climb down and the other a 45 minute trek along the stream that leads up to the waterfall. A relatively easy trek and manageable for all age groups.
Mainapi: A massive waterfall during this season. The first hour of the trek is along an easy path, the latt er bit gets slippery and you have to get your hands dirty. The waterfall is active all year and a great place to explore even downstream.
Virdi: A massive waterfall hidden deep within the Chorla Ghats, an hours trek along some tricky terrain will lead you to this beauti ful spot. Ideally a place to visit after the monsoons, or spotted from the viewpoint on the road.
Dudhsagar: Goa’s biggest waterfall. Plunging 130 meters, this waterfall is a four- ti ered fall, one of India’s most beautiful. A perfect day trip to go out and enjoy the day trekking to the waterfall and just taking in the beauty of the area. You would have to book a tour for this (available with GTDC).
Charavane: A common spot for locals and tourists alike, this waterfall is massive during the monsoon season. An easy trek into the wilderness will lead you to this falls. It is worth visiti ng during the monsoon as it is in full flow.