The Dudhsagar waterfall measures an impressive 310m (1017ft) in height and about 100ft in width. The waterfall splits into three streams as it pours over the near-vertical cliff face, thus forming a truly magnificent sight.
The name ‘Dudhsagar’ literally translates to ‘sea of milk’ which many believe is an allusion to the white spray and foam that the great waterfall creates as it cascades into the waters of the lake. The falls are at their zenith during the monsoon season, although they are a popular attraction all year round.
This waterfall is located in the Sanguem Taluka of Goa, and falls into the jurisdiction of the Goa Forest departments since it is a part of the Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary. One can go by road or rail to Kulem railway station and then trek to the waterfall or hire a jeep with a driver to get closer in; however, there will still be a walk to reach the base of the falls.
To reach this wondrous site, one must either go on foot or by rail. There is also a rather bumpy track that is suitable only for four wheel drive vehicles, but this track still requires visitors to trek about 1km to reach the base of the falls. There are jeeps available for hire and can carry 6 people at a time, the driver then waits at the drop off point for an hour and a half before bringing the visitors back.
From October to May, the tours often suggest making the trip an all-day affair with a picnic lunch surrounded by the natural beauty of the falls.
Duration : 6am to 5pm
Price: Rs 1800 per person (Shared Vehicle)
Children Above 3 years will be charged full rate.
The prices exclude breakfast, towels, swimwear, beverages and camera fees.
Location : Calangute, Baga, Arpora, Nagoa, Candolim, Sinquerim, Panjim bus stand
Pickup & Drop, conditions apply
Private Vehicle is also available. Kindly check the cost with us.
*Calangute, Baga, Arpora, Nagoa, Candolim, Sinquerim, Panjim bus stand
Visit to Waterfall
Visit to Spice Plantation
Buffet Lunch (Veg/Non Veg)
Visit to Old Goa Churches
All Entry Fees only