India is furnished with countless natural beauty and magnificent scenic look than any of us can imagine. It is a land full of green forests, rivers splashing, endless shining and marvelous deserts, mountain peaks covered with snow. It is a land full of green forests, rivers splashing, endless shining and marvelous deserts, mountain peaks covered with snow. And at specific seasons each landscape appears to come into its own beauty. We will be going to talk about the season of Monsoon here. In India Monsoon is another lovely season to enjoy the greenish nature very closely.
The nature looks greener and fresher this time by the touch of rain. Monsoon means skies are covered with dark clouds and expectant rain. People are eagerly waiting for the first few drops of rain which saturate the thirsty ground. As it keeps pouring out when it rains in India, filling the lakes and the rivers to overflow. When India’s great river channel overflows, it leads to some amazing waterfalls.
Some of them are the world’s most famous ones. Such seasonal natural wonders create a beautiful sight and many people like to travel in rainy season for one of the key reasons is to see the amazing sights and waterfalls. People like to be immersed in the natural beauty in Monsoon season. Therefore, we are going to describe here some of the best waterfalls of India that looks even better in the rainy season.
You must visit Goa in the season of monsoon. It will allow you to get in touch with the nature love. Also, you will able to cherish lovely waterfalls flowing down from the top of the mountain with a great speed. It will give you extreme happiness of the World.
So, don’t think too much and be ready to experience them very closely. God gifted us a pure and fruitful nature which becomes alive at the time of Monsoon. Goa is the place where you will find one of the most popular water falls flowing in its own way. Goa is not only for the visitors who like to do parties and all. It is also for the visitors who like to spend some time with the marvelous parts of the nature.
Goa receives more than its fair share of the rains. That’s why Mandovi River swell to its maximum and as a result our nature blessed with a great waterfall, the Dudhsagar falls.
When the water tumbles down from the mountain then it turns from blue to white and creates an illusion like milk is falling down. Hence, it is known as ‘sea of milk’. It is India’s fifth tallest water fall, 300 meters in height and located 60 km from Panaji. The four tired water fall looks absolutely magnificent during the rain.
You can able to see this water fall in some movies also but when you will visit Goa in Monsoon then you must visit this Dudhsagar water fall at least one time. Rainy season is the best time to relish its real beauty with attractive overlook.
Let’s talk about the next India’s famous water fall in the world, Jog water fall or the Gerosoppa Water fall. It is India’s second highest waterfall with a height of 253 meters and an important tourist spot of Karnataka. With about 3.5 million tons of water falling down from the cliff at this spectacular Karnataka water falls during rainy season.
The amazing views of the water falls are awesome and world-famous. You can spend more hours watching the four Raja, Rani, Rover and Rocket cascades joining together to form the Jog Falls and flowing down rapidly towards the ground.
It is located in the central part of Karnataka, also named as Joga. Tourists choose to club this wonderful waterfall to encounter with further sightseeing including Lord Shiva’s impressively tall statue at Murudeshwara. It will make your visit breathtaking at the time of Monsoon but also be careful every time. The dense forests around the falls offer trekking opportunities for the serious Monsoon trekkers.
We all know that monsoon season in Kerala is the peak time for the travelers. Kerala is not only popular for its glorious and pleasant nature, also for the famous waterfall Athirappilly. It is situated in Thrissur on the west flowing Chalakudy River which place is well-known to be the habitat of several species of birds that make their home here in the monsoon.
It is called the ‘Niagra Falls of India’ which features a beautiful sightseeing and dense forest around the waterfall when rains pour its love on Kerala. This waterfall is obviously splendid to visit in Monsoon season.
It is also famous for the Elephant festival celebrating here. Snuggled in lush green forests, a journey to Athirappilly must be preceded by a compulsory visit to its neighboring beautiful waterfalls such as Vazhachal falls and Charpa falls. We have seen many times this beautiful attraction of Kerala in such movies.
So, must visit this place and enjoy wholesome experience with your own presence and capture the best picturesque of the waterfall, take trekking opportunities during monsoon in Kerala.
We have all been growing up reading about the popularity of Cherrapunji as India’s rainiest place. Here’s another reason this location is famous for the waterfalls of Nohkalikai. This is India ‘s tallest plunge waterfall, with the water dropping from an incredible 1115 feet. It creates a stunning tourist attraction for Meghalaya state in India and also the ideal destination for nature lover and trekkers.
Like always the waterfall looks spellbound at the time of Monsoon with the love of rains. So, must visit in Monsoon and just forget everything and lost yourself in the rumbling of the cascading water of the beautiful Nohkalikai waterfall and magnificent sights of Cherapunji.
One of the most visited and must-visit waterfalls in the season of Monsoon is the Thosegar Falls at Satara in Maharastra. It is flowing down from a height of 500 meters and comparatively undiscovered and kept secret from the usual notice. You have to travel a bit to reach its viewing deck and when you will be standing on the viewing deck you will be rewarded with high winds and cool spray across the waterfall to caress you.
This seething and roaring waterfall is a stunning phenomenon and one of Maharashtra ‘s best Monsoon waterfalls.
It is one of the major attractions and 23rd largest waterfall in India. The waterfall is located in Madhyapradesh and falling to the ground from 130 meters height. The Bihad River is a river which flows gently all the time but when it enters Reva District of Madhya Pradhesh in the monsoon, this festering rush of water ultimately leads to the Chachai Falls.
One of the state’s greatest attractions, the huge waterfall draws a large crowd across the India and the nation as well. The time it takes to reach the falls is absolutely worth the fantastic sight that is waiting for you. Visit the glorious natural phenomenon of Madhya Pradesh in India during Monsoon as it will be the best time to appreciate its mesmerizing look with full immersion.
Chitrakot waterfall is another greatest attraction in India and it is situated in Chhattisgarh. When you will be going to visit the waterfall then I hope you won’t miss the US Niagra Falls again as it is equally beautiful, magnificent and accessible waterfall. The Chitrakot Waterfalls are nestled in the folds of the Vindhyachal Mountain Ranges in Bastar about 38 km from Jagdalpur.
It is flowing from the Indravati river and called as the India’s Niagara Falls, because of being India’s largest falls. It will not take too much time to reach there and believe us your effort will not going to be worthless.
Now we will be going to talk about another popular waterfall Hogenakkal falls, located in Tamil Nadu in India. The roaring waterfall can be heard long before you actually reach it. The wide falls consist of a group of smaller cascades, which come together at the edge of the cliff. The Cauvery River water falls off those stony cliffs have witnessed countless generations of visitors since ages.
The wonderful water falls surrounding by the mountains features an incredible view and it is the best way to take home your remembrance of this excursion. In the rainy season, this waterfall looks more vigorous and mesmerizing while rains pour its endless love to the falls. Best time to visit in Monsoon to enjoy its natural beauty with the surrounding sightseeing’s.
It is the 12th highest waterfall in India and situated at Nandapani in Sundergarh, Odisha. The water is falling down from the top of the hills with a height of 244 meters. It is surrounded by the dense forest, beautiful landscape of Sundergarh in Odisha which is another most attractive waterfalls during monsoon in India. This takes us away from the chaos of the civilized world and makes tourists rejoice. But when it’s drizzling with its own beauty in the season of Monsoon, you must come at that time to experience this beautiful waterfall.
This waterfall is formed with the combination of three streams such as Chandravanka Vagu, Tummala Vagu and Nakkala Vagu of the Chandravanka River. This river is a branch of Krishna River and during Monsoon it comes into its actual natural beauty. It flows down from a height of 22 meters and made a huge downpour of water in the ground.
The name of the waterfall is appropriate as its real meaning in Telugu is ‘lifting and pouring from a great height’. It is another most visited waterfall in the season of Monsoon in India. So, enjoy and cherish the above described waterfalls and be mesmerized by their rising smoke and fine mist at the time of Monsoon in India which will be the best timing to visit these waterfalls.