Best 10 Waterfalls In India That You Must Visit In Your Lifetime!

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Gopika VC

The Sharavathi river makes the Jog falls, which are in the Shimoga area of Karnataka and are the second-highest plunge falls in India.

Jog Waterfalls in Karnataka

Nine waterfalls make up Courtallam Falls. From any angle, the waterfalls in the Agasthya hills are stunning.

Courtallam Waterfalls in Tamil Nadu

60-meter Bhimlat waterfall is in Bundi village. It's exhilarating and amazing to see such a lovely waterfall in Rajasthan. It offers a wonderful view of the state's desert.

Bhimlat Falls in Rajasthan

It originates from the Chalakudy River, which is in the Vazhachal forests in Thrissur. One of the best waterfalls in India, the falls drop from a height of 80 feet.

Aathirappally Waterfalls in Kerala

The 4th tallest waterfall in India, Nohsngithiang waterfalls is famous in Meghalaya. The waterfalls are at their best during monsoon.

Nohsngithiang Waterfalls in Meghalaya

Dudhasagar means "sea of milk" because monsoon waterfalls seem like milk. The world's 227th tallest waterfall is Dudhasagar Falls at 1,020 feet.

Dudhasagar Waterfalls in Goa

The Talakona waterfalls are Andhra Pradesh's tallest at 270 feet and one of the most picturesque in the country due to its location in forests and animals.

Talakona Waterfalls in Andhra Pradesh

Nohkalikai Falls, the country's tallest plunge fall at 1100 m, is in Cherrapunji, which receives the most rainfall in the world, therefore it's beautiful year-round.

Nohkalikai Falls in Meghalaya

Chitrakot Falls is the widest waterfall in India, and the green woods behind it make for a beautiful view.

Chitrakot Waterfalls in Chhattisgarh

The Khandadhar falls drop from a height of 801 feet and are surrounded on all sides by beautiful, lush greenery.

Khandadhar Waterfalls in Odisha