Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary
Mollem National Park and Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary are an epicenter of flora and fauna in Goa but remain one of the many hidden places in Goa. Where Mollen National Park boasts reptile spotting, the Wildlife Sanctuary is known for sights of leopards, gaur and sloth bears. 2. Cumbarjua canal:
Dudhsagar Falls Railway Bridge
Tales from Dudhsagar WaterfallsLocated on the Mandovi River which is the border of the Indian states , Karnataka and Goa ,Dudhsagar is a four-tiered waterfall which is also one of the biggest waterfalls in India.The pictures are from the trek to dudhsagar.We drove from Goa to kollem ( place where we started trek to dudhsagar ). The drive itself was a beautiful experience, greenery was all around.We started our trek from kollem station, we were walking in between the lush green forest with the view of Railtrack, there were turns, tunnels, views which will definitely sooth your soul. Check out the photos here, as the view says it all.
Mollem National Park
Mollem National ParkHeaven for wildlife enthusiasts, you will find yourself wading through the forest canopy here in search of either the Black Panther or the Bengal tiger. Originally, the park is the core area of Bhagwan Mahavir Sanctuary and covers around 107 sq. Km. An out-of-the-box way to spend time in Goa, this sanctuary is situated near the Molem town, which is about 57 km east of Panaji.
I have just alighted from the Vasco Express at this idyllic station of Castlerock which falls on what is called the Braganza Ghats, a stretch of the hill-section of South-Western Railway zone not far from the Karnataka – Goa border. An eleven kilometer trek (read walk) along the train-tracks from here will take me to the Doodhsagar waterfalls in the state of Goa.
The third and the last stop before we reach Tawang is the Nuranang Falls. It is situated at a distance of 2km from the town of Jang. It is considered to be one of the most spectacular waterfalls in the north eastern region of India. There is a path which leads you to the base of the waterfalls and when you go near it, you get drenched completely because the water is flowing down at quite a lot of force. This waterfall has been shown in quite a few Bollywood movies also. Can you guess which one? Okay its, Koyla!! Madhuri Dixit Starrer :)