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Goa Waterfalls

Waterfalls in Goa

Dudhsagar Waterfalls

Dudhsagar Waterfalls Goa is sixty kilometer off Panaji. This ranks as one in 100 prominent falls all over the world. The sheet of water looks like a stream of milk from the far hence the name Dudhsagar which means sea of milk. This can be seen from the top or the bottom. If you spend a few hours it is possible to climb to the top to get the panoramic view. Bathing in the water at the bottom is something you will remember so often later.

Arvalem Waterfalls

Arvalem Waterfalls is near Bicholim and near the Rudreshwar temple. The water fall is some 150 feet high and forms a lake in the bottom. There are the Arvalem caves also nearby which has been shot scene in a number of movies. You may explore them if you like it. One can enjoy the rapturous view from the park
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