Highest Waterfalls in India

Highest Waterfalls in India

Highest waterfalls in India – Niagara Falls may be one of the spectacular falls in the world.  But when it comes to beauty and accessibility, waterfalls in India will top the list.  There is at least one waterfall in most of the 29 states and 7 union territories of India.

Few waterfalls here have a height as less as 12ft like the Shanti falls in Chikmagalur, Karnataka and some like  Kunchikal in in the same state fall from a height of 1,493 ft.

The Courtallam falls, dropping from 520 feet, attract tourists from all over the country.  A platform has been built here so that people can even take a bath under this waterfall.

Monsoon is the season to watch the power of these beautiful falls.  Water gushing down in between a green carpet of plants and trees is a sight to behold.  

Two most stunning waterfalls in India are Dudhsagar falls, and Jog waterfalls. Some of the highest waterfalls in India are mentioned as under.

Highest Waterfalls in India

Highest waterfalls in india

Kunchikal Falls

This is the highest waterfalls in our country, and second highest in the Asian continent.  Located in the Shimoga district of Karnataka, water of river Varahi falls from a height of 1,493 ft into the Agumbe Valley, is located in the Western Ghats. Due to the heavy rainfall here, this area is a permanent rainforest research station.  This falls is mysterious and not very explored waterfall.

Barehipani Falls

Barehipani Falls is the second highest waterfall in India falling from a height of 1,309 ft.  This falls is located in Simlipal National Park in Mayurbhanj district, Orissa.

Langshiang Falls

The diverged streams of Kynshi river meet in the West Khasi Hills of Meghalaya and fall from a height of 1,106 ft as Langshiang Falls.  This Water falls is one of the largest in India.

Nohkalikai Falls

Nohkalikai Falls is found near Cherrapunji, in East Khasi district of Meghalaya state.  The water cascades from 1100 ft here.  

Dudhsagar Falls

Dudhsagar means the Sea of Milk.  The name is enough to  highlight how beautiful this waterfall descending from 1020 ft is.  It is situated in Goa and very powerful during the rainy season.  Dudhsagar is counted among the top 100 waterfalls globally due to its incredible trajectory.

Dudh sagar waterfalls

Meenmutty Falls

Wayanad district, Kerala is the home of Meenmutty falls.   Water from Meenmutty falls from a height of 980 ft and it is one of the spectacular falls in India.  

Thalaiyar Falls

Thalaiyar Falls or the rat tail falls comes next on the line and falls from a height of 974 ft.  It is located in an unexplored part of Dindigul district of Tamilnadu.  The place is known for its dark caves and unexplored terrain.

Jog Falls

The famous Jog falls is formed as the Sharavathi river falls into the Sharavathi valley from a height of 820 ft.  Jog falls is spectacular and is world famous is located in Shimoga district, Karnataka. Water cascades in four places and are called Raja, Rani, Rocket and Rover.  Watkins platform gives a breathtaking view of this falls.  You also go trekking in the forests around Jog falls.

Kune Falls

Kune Falls is located in Lonavala-Khandala valley in Pune, Maharashtra.  The water cascades from a height of 660 ft and makes it one of the spectacular falls in India. This waterfalls is very near the Khandala railway Station and only 94 kms from the Mumbai metropolis.

Vantawng Falls

The North-Eastern state Mizoram is blessed with the magnificent Vantawng Falls.  This falls drop from a height of 751 ft in Serchhip district and is surrounded by dense bamboo forests.

Khandadha falls

The waters of Khandadhar falls plunge from a height of 801 ft into the lush forests of Sundergarh, Orissa.  The area around the falls is blessed with a variety of Flora and Fauna.   

Most of these magnificent waterfalls are fed by perennial rivers. Hence, the best season to visit and admire these breath-taking waterfalls is the Monsoon season.  So, take a break between the months June and October and admire the wonders of Mother Nature bestows to these parts of the Globe.

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