The waterfall would not have sounded so good without the stones in their path. Mother Nature is honoured with numerous spectacular regions and one of them is the Dudhsagar Falls; when the evaporation of milk rises from the falls. It literally sounds like clouds coming down from heaven and coming down directly on the earth. The fall of Dudhsagar is one of the largest waterfalls in India at an altitude of 10,000 feet [1020 m]. Dudhsagar Falls is very close to Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary and Mollem National Park. Dudhsagar Falls tour starts at 6.30am and ends at about 4.30pm. It is open to adults and children aged 3 to 10, as long as their parents or adults accompany them.
The flow of water from a height of about 310 m makes you feel like pouring milk on a mountain. This amazing appearance makes it literally call the sea of milk “Dudhsagar”. A Fall Dudhsagar tour from Goa is regularly planned by the Goa government. Most trains pass in the fall but there are not many trains at Dudhsagar station. Although we hear that autumn becomes more beautiful during the rainy season, a safe waterfall is only possible during the tourist season.
The magnificent Dudhsagar Waterfalls are located in the lush and lush forests of the Western Ghats at the Bhagwan Mahaveer Wildlife Sanctuary and the Mollem National Park in Sanguem Taluka.
Dudhsagar is called “the sea of milk” because of its milk-like colour. The flow of water from a distance of about 300m high is a really pleasant feeling. It is just like the milk that is poured out on the mountains. Many trains pass through this natural beauty, but there are not many stops at Dudhsagar station.
The story of the place behind the waterfalls
Once, the princess who was the daughter of the king of Ghats bathed in a pool near her father’s castle. The princess and her maidens were sitting near the pool after bathing and drinking milk in a gold jug lined with precious diamonds.
One day, while the handsome prince was riding in the woods, he heard a laugh that made him curious to know where the sound of the chit chatter came from. To his surprise, he saw a poorly dressed princess, and her maidens, in defence of the princess’s honour, poured milk into a jug. A curtain of milk was made to protect the princess.
The curtain that protected the princess’s dignity was known as “Dudhsagar Falls”.
Dudhsagar Falls is a place where visitors to Goa experience a refreshing time. Lots of tourists include international travelers. This place is getting a lot of thunder and you will witness a rush during the week.
There are countless ways to reach Dudhsagar Falls, about 40 miles [60 km] from Panjim (the capital city of Goa). You will be offered a download and placement at your place of residence. The trip becomes exciting as you arrive at Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary.
Here you will get to see a variety of animals and birds and the list of these creatures is fascinating. As we continue our journey, the Jeep will drop you off near the autumn where you can spend time or swim in the pools, have a drink, take a walk, feed the monkeys, and relax. The trip ends with a spice planting trip and an amazing elephant ride. There is so much for this journey, so keep reading.
The gruelling, fun-filled journey begins at 6:00 am and ends at 5:30 pm Dudhsagar falls closes at 4:30 pm, and yes, it seems sad because you will never get enough of this beauty.
Jeep Safari to waterfalls
The jeep safari will start at Mollem National Park, where you will be driven through lush jungle areas. You can be taken on a safari tour as a group, couple, or as a single guest.
The Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary holds wildlife diversity and is maintained by the Department of Forestry. Drongo, emerald dove, myna, flycatcher, fairy bluebird, yellow bulbul with ruby throat and many other birds and animals such as Black Panther, barking deer, Bengal tiger, leopard, bonnet macaque, sambar, etc. are some of the birds & animals you will witness. Besides birds and animals, butterflies such as the Blue Mormon, the common Jezebel are found in this wildlife area. Underwater currents make it difficult and unsafe for even the strongest swimmer.