If you happen to be a photographer or an avid fan of nature, there is perhaps no better place than a waterfall to satiate your fancy to the core. The sight of water in motion, the plumes of mist protruding like smoke and stunning scenery nearby (often a waterfall lies amidst greenery) creates a magical atmosphere that can breed poetry in prolific mind. Truly exploring waterfalls is a treat for eyes and senses, and can add enchanting moments to your memorabilia. Here is a selection of the most popular and most scenic waterfalls in India.
This one of the remotest waterfalls in India (located within the Simlipal national Park) is on Buddha Balanga River, Mayurbhanj (Orissa). The scenic beauty of this place is sure to leave you spell bound. The nearest railway station is Balasore, and for the rest journey, the waterfall is connected by a smooth road. The height of this gigantic waterfalls is 399 m. It’s really incredible!
A popular tourist attraction, this beautiful fall is accessible by bus from Pune. Situated amidst lush green Western Ghats in Satara district, Toseghar features heart-touching scenery. The height of this amazing fall is somewhere around 300m.
Nohkalikai Falls, Chirrapunji: This beautiful region in northeast India state Meghalaya is popular as place that receives highest rainfall in the country. But one more reason for this region to be far-famed is Nohkalikai Fall, which is one of the most picturesque and highest waterfalls (335m) in India.
This one of the most famous waterfalls in Kerala is sure a renowned tourist spot of the state. It’s located on the Chalakudy River, in the Western Ghats, and is surrounded by a number of natural fascinations including the nearby Vazhachal Falls.
Perhaps the most popular in the list, this monster of a waterfall is situated on the Goa-Karnataka border, and is well-known for an incredible white (milky) layer of water generated from the fall. There is a small pond at the base of waterfall. Some daring people take bath there. Water is quite chilly and current is exceptionally swift. The Waterfall comes under territory of Bhagwan Mahavir Wild Life Sanctuary at Collem in South Goa.
The Kunchikal waterfalls is also known as Kunchikal Abbe. This falls is the highest waterfalls in India and the second largest in Asia. It has the height of 1,493 feet and is found in Simoga District in Karnataka. The fall is fed by the Varahi River that flows near Ghati Temple. The fall is also surrounded by fantastic views of wildlife such as the Indian bullfrog, the Giant Indian squirrel and rare reptiles.
Words are not enough to describe these beautiful waterfalls of India, list is so long. So, if you truly want to explore the marvelous beauty of India; come and visit different places with beautiful tour packages of India tour. Lastly, you can get advantage of India visa travel authorization made to ease the process of travel authorization for citizens of some countries.