The monsoon days are beginning and everyone plans to visit. Everyone likes to walk around. The weather outside is very pleasant and these days the mind feels a strange feeling of happiness by observing the natural scenery. Waterfalls are most preferred these days. So if you want to visit this season, let's tell you some beautiful waterfalls that you can visit during the rainy season.
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* Dudh Sagar, Goa
The Milksagar is the only waterfall in India, which is located on the border of two states. The River Mandovi passes through the Goa-Karnataka border, on which the Milksagar Falls is located. Its distance from Panaji is about 60 km. The Milk sagar waterfall is also known as 'Milk of Sea'.
* Athirapally Waterfall, Kerala (Athirapally Waterfall)
Kerala, already known as God's Earth, is also famous for its monsoon, seashore, nature and waterfalls. There are many beautiful and magnificent waterfalls that can captivate anyone. Athirapili of them is the most beautiful waterfall. The water drops from an altitude of 80 feet.
* Chitrakoot Waterfall, Chhattisgarh
Chitrakoot Waterfall in Chhattisgarh is one of the largest and most enchanting water majesty in the country. This waterfall falls near Jagdalpur in the Niagara river Indravati in Chhattisgarh. This beautiful waterfall is located at an altitude of 29 m, while its width varies according to the weather.
* Jog Waterfalls, Karnataka
Jog Pratap is located on the Sharavati river on the border of Maharashtra and Karnataka. Its water falls from a height of 250 m and offers a beautiful view. Another name is Gersappa. The waterfall has a height of 830 feet, the second highest waterfall in India. The fall has been declared one of the world's best environmental sites by UNESCO.
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