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Waterfalls You Must Visit This Monsoon

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The monsoons bring with it fabulously beautiful sceneries they leave us in awe of nature. One such natural phenomenon is a waterfall. India is blessed to have some beautiful waterfalls that flow through valleys, cascading beautifully across lush mountains and sloping hills. Making them waterfalls you must visit this monsoon.

Athirapally Waterfalls

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Best time to visit: June to September

Athirappilly Falls is situated in Thrissur district, Kerala. This waterfall is at a height of 24 meters (80 ft) and has many popular tourist destinations nearby. Being the largest waterfall in Kerala, it is often called the Niagara of India. The cascading water drops into the lush green forest, the forest is home to many wildlife such as the Asiatic elephant, tiger, leopard, bison, and more.

Bhagsu Waterfalls

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Best time to visit: June to September

On your trip to McLeod Ganj if you have not seen the Bhagsu Waterfalls, then you have missed the best natural sights this gorgeous place has to offer. The Bhagsu Waterfalls may not be large, but the beauty is unparalleled. Leave your technology behind and head over to this gorgeous place to experience peace.

Chunchanakatte Falls

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Best time to visit: June to September

Chunchanakatte Falls is located in Karnataka and is located at a distance of 57 km from Mysore. The water cascades from a height of about 20 meters, and is about 350 feet wide, the  waterfall is formed by Cauvery River.

Corbett Falls

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Best time to visit: July to October

These scenic waterfalls are located in Corbett National Park and is surrounded by the dense forests. The sounds created by the birds in the forests, and the waterfalls create the most melodious tunes you will hear.

Dudhsagar Falls

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Best time to visit: June to September

Dudhsagar waterfalls rest on the Mandovi River in the state of Goa. It is one of the largest waterfalls in India and cascades from a height of 1017 feet. The beauty of these falls is how to form clouds of milky foam at the end. The falls come through the valley that has lush green flora all over and is a sight to behold.

Jog Falls

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Best time to visit: June to September

Jog falls is located in district border of Shimoga, Karnataka. The second highest waterfall in India surrounded by lush green forests making it a gorgeous sight. The falls a part of the River Sharavathi that cascade at a height of 830 feet.

Kune Falls

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Best time to visit: June to September

Located in the Lonavala-Khandala valley, Kune Falls is a really breathtaking waterfall. The crystal clear waters fall from a height of 660 ft and making a magnificent waterfall. The climate of Khandala and picturesque beauty of lush valley makes it a major tourist attractions in Khandala.

Shivanasamudra Waterfalls

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Best time to visit: June to September

This waterfall is Madhya district, Karnataka. Shivasamudram Falls divide into two branches – the eastern and the western. The cascade between the rocky cliffs, and have a lot of flora and fauna surrounding the falls, is the Cauvery Wildlife Sanctuary.

 

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One Comment

  1. Twinkle Paul

    August 1, 2016 at 7:38 am

    My favorite destinations are Jog falls and Athirapally .Very good collection of photos.Keep blogging

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