10 Breathtaking Waterfalls in Indian Subcontinent

India is graced with the real scenic beauty by mother nature. You can see many breath-taking attractions in the Indian continents. Although there are hundreds of beautiful #waterfalls in India but here we going to explore 10 most awesome waterfalls of the India, that will surely take your breath away.

  1. Dudhsagar Falls (Sea Milk)

It is the most eye luring waterfall located on the Mandovi river at Goa-Karnataka border. It can be reached easily from Panjim by road (60 km approx road distance). Dudhsagar Fall is one of the tallest waterfall in India with 310 meters of height. The best time to visit Dudhsagar Fall is in the months of August and September when you can see its beauty at its peak when it gets fed with rain water. It comes under Western Ghat range, so it’s surrounded by lots of greenery as well.

  1. Jog Waterfall (Gerosoppa Falls)

Jog Fall is the second highest waterfall in India created by Sharavathi River and dropping from 253 meters of height. Jog Fall gives a breathtaking appearance after the good monsoon. The fall is located in Karnataka near Uttara Kannada and Sagara border.

  1. Kunchikal Falls

Kunchikal waterfall is the highest tiered waterfall in India and second in Asia with 455 meters in height. It is formed by river Varahi and located in Shimoga district of Karnataka. The best season to visit this waterfall is July-September.

  1. Athirapally Falls

Athirapally Falls is treated as the Niagara of India. It’s breathtaking view is formed by Chalakudy river in Kerala and can be reached easily from Kochi after driving of 70 km. Athirapally is one of the best scenic combination of forests and little streams. So it is must visit destination while in Kerala.

  1. Shivasamudram Falls

You can enjoy the breathtaking beauty of Shivasamudram Falls in the Mandya District of Karnataka. Shivasamudram Falls only offer a 98-meter drop, but an impressive girth of over 300 meters makes it a spectacle to watch.

  1. Dhuandhar Waterfall

Dhuandhar Waterfall is formed by holy river Narmada in the district of Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh. Although the waterfall falls from 98 feet (30 meters) of height, this fall is unique in its own way, as it is the only popularized waterfall surrounded by marble rocks forms a narrow plunge in a way that it creates a milky mist. The one can hear its roar from more than 500 meters away. The fall offers different beauty in different seasons. But the best season to enjoy the spectacular beauty of this waterfall is right after monsoon during Sharad Purnima when Narmada Mahotsava gets celebrated in Bhedhaghat (the valley of white marbles), when its white marbles appear silver in the moonlight. Don’t forget to have a boat ride in the valley of marbles (Bhedaghat) during sunset, you will never forget such moments.

  1. Nohsngithiang Waterfalls

Nohsngithiang is also popular as Seven Sisters Waterfalls or Mawsmai Falls because it is seven segmented waterfalls that give it a wow!! view. The Falls is located in East Khasi Hills district of Meghalaya. The water plunges over the top of limestones hills during monsoons.

  1. Langshiang Falls

Langshiang Falls is formed by Kynshi River located in Meghalaya. It is claimed that the waterfall drops from the height of 340 meters (not officially confirmed). The waterfall can be seen from Sangriang Village but a closer look can reveal its real scenic beauty.

  1. Hogenakkal Waterfalls

Hogenakkal Falls is a waterfall in Tamil Nadu on the river Kaveri. Hogenakkal is popular for medicinal baths and hides boat rides, that makes it a major tourist attraction. Carbonatite rocks in Hogenakkal Falls are considered to be the oldest of its kind in the world. It is also popular is Niagara of India. However, there is a controversy with Athirapally Falls which is also called as Niagara of India in Kerala.

  1. Kempty Falls

Kempty Falls are situated on the hilly track of Devanagari Uttarakhand, 13 km from Mussoorie. You can enjoy the stream of water throughout the year with an amazing beauty. The Kempty Falls are surrounded by the 4500 feet high mountains. As per State Government, more than 1 million tourists enjoy its scenic beauty every year.