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You Can’t Miss These 5 Breathtaking Waterfalls in India

List of 5 gorgeous waterfalls in the country, you shouldn’t miss!

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| Contributor Content| UPDATED: January 30, 2018, 12:33 PM IST
You Can’t Miss These 5 Breathtaking Waterfalls in India Representative Image: Getty Images
Termed as “Incredible India”, India is indeed an incredible country which has some of the most beautiful natural wonders - from snow-capped mountains to beaches, from beautiful rivers to waterfalls. Talking about waterfalls, here’s a list of 5 gorgeous waterfalls in the country, you shouldn’t miss:

1. Athirappally Falls – Kerala

Cited as the ‘Niagara Falls of India’, these are nestled in the beautiful and aesthetic state of Kerala, located 60 kilometers from the Thissur District.

Credit: @Kapil J Anand

2. Jogini Falls – Himachal Pradesh

‘A trek on the mountains passing through vast expanse of grasslands and leading to one of the most gorgeous waterfalls’ – if this is what your idea of a perfect holiday revolves around then pack your bags and get ready to travel to Manali, and then from the Vashishtha temple you can take the trail leading to the Jogini Falls.

Credit: @Jaynish Shah (Er.)

3. Dhudhsagar Waterfalls – Goa

Renowned for its beaches, shacks and parties, Goa has more to it than this! The state not only has beautiful architectural wonders but also the exquisite view of milky water finding its way down a slope of hill. Dhudhsagar Waterfalls are a mere 60 kilometres from Goa Airport and this distance can be covered by a train.



4. Dhuadhar Waterfalls – Madhya Pradesh

Known as ‘the smoke cascade’, the Dhuadhar waterfalls in Bhedaghat, Jabalpur is an absolute delight to watch. There is also a cable car which connects the East Bank to the West Bank of the Narmada River which gets you up, close and personal to this thundering nature’s marvel.

Credit: @आKAश JAIन

5. Jog Falls – Karnataka

Located at a height of 253 metres in the Shimoga district of Karnataka, the Jog waterfalls are surrounded by surreal grasslands and are the 2nd highest waterfalls in India.

Credit: @$Saurabh_ Vernekar_#
First Published: January 30, 2018, 12:27 PM IST
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