1)Trekking over the railway tracks. It starts from Kulem following the railway tracks which is approximately 11 kms long(single way).I wont recommend this unless and until you have a lot of experience in trekking.
2)Jeep safari to the Dudhsagar waterfalls from Kulem.
How to Reach Kulem:
The best and easy way to reach kulem is to fly to Panjim, Capital city of Goa and its 2-3 hours drive from there. You can even add this as a one day activity in your Goa holiday plan.
I opted to have the Jeep Safari Experience.
The Jeep safari for Dudhsagar waterfalls starts from Kulem organised by the Goa Forest Department.If you have driven down to Kulem, there is a parking option available in the near by area.
Find below the details of expenses while visiting:
Cost of the jeep safari – INR 3500 per jeep, seats 7
Rent for the life jacket (compulsory) – Rs. 50
Wildlife Sanctuary entry fee – Rs. 50
The bumpy track started as soon as we entered the wildlife region. There is welcome board from Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary. Interestingly, sanctuary is a plastic free area. I feel happy, whenever I see such initiations to preserve our nature. Don't throw any plastic in that area. Not specifically there but anywhere. Don't lose the nature while finding yourself in it!!
Back to the story, we were in the dense forest and scared like anything as our jeep was going through river and muddy potholes. It was truly an adventurous time.
But the drivers over there are well trained to drive in such circumstances.It was no less than a roller coaster ride. I was thrilled. Finally, after 1 hour drive, we were dropped to the base area of the waterfall.