Dudhsagar by its name it literally means "Sea Of Milk". This giant waterfall is one of the tallest waterfall in India. This four tied waterfall is the most beautiful and mesmerizing waterfall on the border of Goa and Karnataka.
The water comes down with tremendous speed from the cliff making it look like the mountains are showering milk from the top. There is where the waterfall got its name from. This four tiered waterfall is India's 5th largest waterfall.
Getting to see dudhsagar waterfall after a amazing trek nothing could be better getting this amazing view. There are 5 ways of to reach this beautiful dudhsagar waterfall.
The 5 ways to reach dudhsagar-
Trek From Castle Rock Railway Station - This the main and popular trekking route. You get to see valley while trekking on this route to the waterfall.
Trek form Kuveshi Village - The most dangerous route to dudhsagar. Not recommended in monsoon.
Trek from Kulem - The less crowded route to the fall. You get to witness the scenic beauty of nature on the way to dudhsagar on this route. Dudhsagar being the four tiered waterfall can be seen while you take this route.
Trek from Dudhsagar Railway station- Walk around for 1 kilometer from the railway station passing through a 200 meter tunnel. Though there no specific station for the same, the trains used to halt for 1-2 mins but now is officially banned.
Transport and trekking route- You have to hire taxi from Kulem’s Dudhsagar Taxi stand, jeeps registered with the Goa Forest department are only allowed to take you to this trip on this route. No private vehicles are allowed.