5 Must-See Waterfalls in India

Posted at May 17th, 2019 | by Shank | in Budget, Entertainment, Featured, Photography, Travel

India, with its flowing rivers and diverse terrain, is home to spectacular natural wonders all the way from Jammu to Kanyakumari and Bengal to Rann of Kutch. Not lagging behind in any particular geographical department, India has its fair share of amazing waterfalls and here is a selection:

Talakona falls

Located in Sri Venkateswara National Park in Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh, this heavenly cascade of water is famous for its lush green surroundings and a pretty comprehensive forest cover all around it. What makes the 270-foot waterfall really special is the walk to the drop which has been created with great industry and carefulness in a seemingly inhospitable terrain.

Image result for Talakona falls

Dudhsagar Waterfalls

As you may be able to guess, the milky-white streams coming down the rocks are the inspiration behind the naming of this waterfall. Located 60kms from Panaji, this 1017-foot towering cascade is known to amaze travellers because of the sheer size of the drop.

Image result for dudhsagar falls

Chitrakot Falls

Nicknamed the “little Niagara Falls.”, this majestic horseshoe-shaped waterfall is the widest one in the country. Situated in the state of Chhatisgarh, this amazing geological formation is an expansive structure and makes for great panoramic viewing. The religious importance given to it by the locals stems from the brilliance it exudes.

Image result for chitrakoot falls

Bhagsunag Falls

This Himachal waterfall is not the highest by any stretch of the imagination but the smooth rocks and picturesque locales around the place make for a unique experience. Despite concerns that this place may be drying up, it is a haven during monsoons and locals and tourists continue to flock to this waterfall for a serene and chill time.
Image result for bhagsunag falls

Nohsngithiang Falls

The river splits into seven different streams here and thats where the name of this beautiful waterfall comes from. The hilly greenery that encloses the waterfall is a sight for sore eyes and this place happens to be one of Meghalaya’s many tourist attractions. And as the waterfall’s 1033-foot descent suggest, this is a great place to experience the best India has to offer.

Image result for Nohsngithiang falls

Shank

TALK OF THE TOWN

Psy Legends Vini Vici Are Coming To India This November

Psychedelic Trance dignitary Vini Vici are planning an India tour later thi ...

20 Night Clubs In India That You Need To Party At

There are very little things that may beat going out partying that would ma ...

One Republic Are Coming To India Next Month

One of the greatest Pop-Rock bands of our time are hitting up India next mo ...

10 Night Clubs In Mumbai That You Must Party At

Not every soul would agree but Mumbai is the most exquisite city when it co ...

Troyboi Is Coming Back For An India Tour This Month

It seems like Troyboi will be coming back for more after his debut India to ...

Cafés In Mumbai That Won't Burn A Hole In Your Pocket

Mumbai is yuuge and as a result there are loads and loads of quirky and min ...

TRENDING

Two New Anisha Singles Hit The Spot

Anisha Uppal, who likes to go by her first name, is a New Delhi bas ...

Thomas Rett No. 1 on Billboard 200 Yet Again

Country singer Thomas Rhett is atop the charts once again, as he do ...

Chris Brown Drops A Banging Single With Drake

Chris Brown and Drake have buried the hatchet, it seems and collaborated on ...

R&B Hitmaker Jai Paul Returns With New Music

Jai Paul was missing from the scene for six long years after becoming a fab ...

Future Releases New EP, "Save ME"

Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn known professionally as Future, is an Ame ...

GoldLink Teams Up With Tyler The Creator Before Album Launch

GoldLink's new album, titled Diaspora is due to be released on 12th ...


Find Events

In your city, in your neighbourhood. Coming soon.

What’s Trending

What trends never ends.

@grapevineonline

Follow Us on Insta for #GVOStuff