Waterfalls in India you must Visit Once in a Lifetime


Waterfalls by their presence and rage bestow upon you to witness Mother Nature’s one of the most beautiful creations. If you have the soul of an explorer, visiting waterfalls are sure to be on your list.  Natural marvels like Angel Falls, world’s highest waterfalls, and Niagara Falls in the US, world’s second largest waterfalls are some famous destinations wanderers wants to visit for a lifetime experience.

In India, such majestic and picturesque waterfalls are innumerable. We will provide you a virtual guide to the waterfalls you must visit once in a lifetime. The most famous ones are as follows:

  1. NohKaLikai Falls, Meghalaya

The highest waterfall in India is located in the heart of Meghalaya, in Cherrapunji. It plunges down from 340 meters without interruption. Meghalaya which also means “the adobe of clouds” adds a magical essence when you see the falls and the clouds mix together. You can get a supreme view from helicopters or flights.

  1. Jog Falls, Karnataka

The most famous and the second highest plunge waterfalls in India is located in Sagara, Karnataka. The falls is an all year round beauty, but the grandest view comes during monsoon during June and July. The 253 meters raging drop increases in volume and is a view of a lifetime.

  1. Dhuandhar Falls, Madhya Pradesh

The roar of Madhya Pradesh isn’t just the Bengal Tiger but also Dhuandhar Falls. Located 30kms from Jabalpur, is a smoke cascade with the river Narmada shattering over the limestone bed. This is a completely different kind of experience. The force of the waterfalls can be literally felt during monsoon.

  1. Chitrakoot Falls, Chattishgarh

Another spectacular and also referred as India’s Niagara Falls, Chitrakoot falls is sure to live you awestruck by its beauty. Although the height is only 29 meters the wide span and especially during monsoon season is a wanderlust of its own.

  1. Dudhsagar Falls, Goa

Located in East Goa, the Western Ghats beholds the most serene waterfall in India. Translated as the ocean of milk, its divine beauty will startle every wanderer. Also, you can trek along the sides of the falls which is sure to be a lifetime experience.

  1. Hogenakkal Falls, Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu and the Eastern Ghats has to offer you wonders of nature that will put you in a dilemma. Hogenakkal Falls is such an enchanting landscape which will put you in a loss of words while scribbling your experience in your travel book. Visited through a coracle river through river Cauvery, this is one place where you can get a lot of cover pictures. The geography and the cascading intertwining of the waterfalls are amazing.

  1. Kempty Falls, Uttarakhand

Located in Mussoorie, 30 km from the Dehradun, the capital of Uttarakhand, lies a new hot-spot for tourists. The longest falls with an astonishing 4500 ft drop in series are sure to bless you. You have to take a thrilling ride in a cable car to reach the viewpoint and if you have the guts then go for the glory and take a dip in the freezing water of the falls.

  1. Bhimlat Falls, Rajasthan

This is an oxymoron but this, fortunately, is so very true. Rajasthan famous for its extreme climates, Thar Desert, and rugged terrain, holds an enchanting waterfall right in the middle of the desert. The falls is 60 meters high but its sole presence among the sand dunes and limited vegetation makes it a spot to visit in a lifetime.

  1. Jang Falls, Arunachal Pradesh

Arunachal Pradesh is a place of surprise and hidden treasures. Likewise, there is a small village named Jang which has a serene waterfall worth visiting once in your lifetime. Jang Falls also known as Bong Bong Falls pours down to 200 meters and is also an awesome place for trekking.

These are some waterfalls you need to visit once in alifetime. Unlike the calm and sanctified riverside, waterfalls are the raved version of them. There is always a typical thrill while witnessing waterfalls, and in India, you won’t be short of such experience. The Himalayas, Eastern Ghats, Western Ghats, Chota Nagpur Plateau and the Deccan Plateau are home to some greatest waterfalls where the ground obeys the waters enchantment.