Arvalem Fall

Arvalem Waterfall

Arvalem Waterfall

The famous scenic Arvalem waterfall is located on Rudreshwar Colony in Sanquelim, Goa. this famous place visited by a large number of tourists every year. More rush is seen here in the monsoon season

The road to the falls is lush with greenery on both sides as well as zigzag and long. The Arvalem fall Is at a distance of 2 km from Sanquelim, 30 km from Panjim’s Kadamba bus stand, 8 km from Bicholim. 

The falls come down from a height of 24 feet. One of the best places to see in the state is Arvalem Falls. When the falls fall down there is a lake formed. Many people are seen there enjoying the waterfall and swimming. During the summer the depth of the lake and the speed of the running water decrease. 

After Dudhsagar Falls, Arvalem Falls is a popular waterfall in Goa. There are other places to see around. The Arvalem Cave is located at a distance of approximately 9 km. There is also a Hindu temple, Its name is Rudreshwar Temple. It will take a day to visit all the places including the tour. 

Dudhsagar Falls – Tallest Waterfalls

Literally, this waterfall, also called the Sea of ​​Milk, is four-tiered. Dudhsagar Falls is the highest waterfall in India which is 60 km from Panaji by road. height of the waterfall is 310m and the average width Is 30 meters. Dudhsagar Waterfall is located about 46 km east of Madgaon and 80 km south of Belagavi on the Madgaon-Belagavi railway line.

Dudhsagar Falls

Dudhsagar Falls

The falls are located in the Mollem National Park and Lord Mahavir Sanctuary between the Western Ghats. The falls form the border of the state of Karnataka and Goa

The falls come from the Western Ghats and meet the Arabian Sea. The Mandovi river of Panjim becomes a punctuation mark of here. The area is surrounded by magnate deciduous forests with biodiversity. The falls are also known as Tambdi Surla by some locals. This waterfall is not worth seeing in the summer season. However, with the increase in water revenue during the rainy season, its effectiveness has also increased. So a visit to this place during the monsoon becomes unforgettable.

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