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Dudhsagar Falls, Goa, India.
The majestic “Dudhsagar Waterfall” located in the Braganza Ghat section of the Western Ghats. It is one of the tallest waterfalls in India measuring about 310m from head to foot. As the Mandovi river enters Goa, its headwaters split into four vertical streams at the very top of the mountain and cascade down a sheer cliff to form the exquisite four-tiered waterfall. During the monsoons the waterfall appears like a river of milk gushing down the mountainside. The surrounding lush greenery and the mist add to the scenic beauty making it look spectacular. Dudhsagar Waterfalls is a must visit adventure destination in Goa. The best way to get a full view of the Dudhsagar Waterfalls is to drive to the base of the falls. The Dudhsagar Tour Operators Association (DTOA) located in the village of Collem, near the falls, has been organizing Jeep Safari tours for the last 21 years (Since 1997). The jeep safari is an adventurous drive through 10km of dense deciduous forests of the Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary and Mollem National Park. The 45 minute drive to the base of the waterfalls will take you meandering through lush green forests, flowing streams and rocky terrain. During the journey you may even spot various animals like deer, monkeys, tropical birds and rare species prevalent in the Western Ghats.

The Dudhsagar waterfall is at its peak splendour during the monsoon, from mid-June to September. Its falls wane out towards the summer from March to early June, but never actually runs dry. The best time to visit the Dudhsagar Waterfalls is from October to May.


Rules and Regulations:

1. Tourists have to report at least half an hour before booking time.
2. Travelling to the waterfall takes forty five minutes as does the return from the waterfall. These forty five minutes start from Forest Gate and not from the booking office.
3. Fees per person is rupees 500.
4. Children of ages 4 and above will be charged full ticket.
5. Tourists will be given one and a half hour alight at the parking area.
6. Life jacket is compulsory as per the order of the district Magistrate and fees per life jacket is rupees 40.
7. Forest gate fees is rupees 50. Per head, camera is charged separately by the forest department.
8. Dhudhsagar waterfall is located in ‘Bhagwan Mahavir National Park / Wildlife Sanctuary’.
9. Feeding of monkeys or other wildlife animals inside the Sanctuary is not allowed as per wildlife rules.
10. Use of plastic is banned inside the Sanctuary. Water bottles and/or thick plastic bags are to be brought back.
11. Once the wildlife permitted jeep is allotted to the tourists they have to pick up life-jackets immediately and board the jeep.
12. Any suggestions are welcome and the same may be put in the suggestion box.
13. Co-ordinator and receptionist at the counter will help the tourists in need.
14. One jeep accommodates 7 passengers. Therefore a jeep will be charged for 7 guests. However, sharing is allowed if guests are willing to do so, but they have to wait for the same.
15. The rules and regulations of the Forest Department have to be strictly followed by the guests.
16. Tourists have to take note of the wildlife allotted jeep number carrying them, as the same jeep has to take them back after a one and a half hour of enjoyment at the waterfall.

Contact Us

P: +91 0832 2600075
E: dudhsagarjeeps@gmail.com