10 Breathtaking Waterfalls  in India 

25/MAY / 2024

Kunchikal Falls, Karnataka

Ranked as the second-largest waterfall in Asia and the tallest in India, Kunchikal Falls plunges an impressive 455 meters. The thundering sound of water splashing creates a mesmerizing spectacle at this natural wonder.

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Barehipani Falls, Odisha

Standing tall at 399 meters, Barehipani Falls is the second-highest waterfall in India, captivating trekkers and nature enthusiasts alike with its majestic beauty.

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Nohkalikai Falls, Meghalaya

Nohkalikai Falls, soaring at a height of 340 meters, is renowned as the tallest plunge-type waterfall in India. Its cascading waters form a picturesque pool-like shape, offering a breathtaking sight to behold.

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Nohsngithiang Falls, Meghalaya

Also known as Seven Sisters Waterfalls or Mawsmai Falls, Nohsngithiang Falls cascades down in seven segments from a height of 315 meters, creating a spellbinding  natural spectacle.

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Dudhsagar Falls, Karnataka and Goa

Referred to as the "sea of milk" due to its milky white appearance, Dudhsagar Falls drops from a height of 310 meters in four tiers, enchanting visitors with its majestic flow.

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Thalaiyar Falls, Tamil Nadu

Popularly known as Rat Tail Falls, Thalaiyar Falls stands as the highest waterfall in Tamil Nadu and the  sixth-highest in India, boasting a breathtaking  drop of 297 meters.

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Vajrai Falls, Maharashtra

With a towering height of 1,840 feet, Vajrai Falls ranks among the tallest waterfalls in India, surrounded by lush green mountains and rich natural vegetation that offer  a sensory delight.

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Meenmutty Falls, Kerala

Measuring 300 meters in height, Meenmutty Falls features three tiers and is celebrated for its stunning natural beauty. Nestled within dense forests, it provides an unforgettable experience for nature lovers.

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Jog Falls,  Karnataka

Plunging from a height of approximately 830 feet, Jog Falls is a majestic marvel of nature. The roaring torrents of whitewater amidst verdant greenery create a captivating and wild landscape.

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Chitrakot Falls, Chhattisgarh

Stretching to 980 feet at its widest point, Chitrakot is renowned as one of the broadest waterfalls in India. Its expansive breadth and unique shape have earned it the nickname "little Niagara Falls."

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