Dudhsagar waterfall is considered the tallest waterfall in India and is ranked on 5th number. Among the worlds waterfall this fall stands at rank 227. The waterfall is 310 meters or 1017 feet high and 30 meters or 100 feet wide. The location of waterfall is on the border of Goa and Karnataka and is located on Mandovi River. During the Monsoon season the waterfall is flooded with water that gives it the look of foam falling from such a high point. This is an eye catching experience for the visitors.
The visitors from the coastal region come to visit the Western Ghats.
This waterfall forms the most extravagant and the one of the natural visiting point for the winters and especially during the season of monsoon since the waterfall is flooded with extra water which gives it a look of foam falling from the height of some hundred meters. This is a natural waterfall and is considered as the part of ecosystem and attracts of Goa. The waterfall is as high as 310 meters while it is 30 meters wide and is considered as four-tiered waterfall.
The other place for visit that is near to Dudhsagar waterfall is the temple Tamdi Surla that was constructed by Kadambas.