Dudh Sagar water falls - A 4 step waterfall which falls from high altitudes of western ghats. It is also considered as the 4th highest waterfall in India. Located in Bhagwan Mahveer Sanctury and Mollem National park at the border of Karnataka and Goa States. The falls are not spectacular particularly during the dry season, But when it comes to Monsoon fed by rains it form a huge force of water which rectified the name "Sea Of Milk."
It is not your typical tourist destination where you get on transport at your leisure, disembark at the location , have a good view while munching on a tasty snack and then head back.
Though we have few train options, No train will stop at DudhSagar officially. If we are lucky enough to get crossing may be train will halt there for a minute other wise we have to start the trek from the nearest station across railway track.
How To Reach there??
There is no direct route to Dudh Sagar. First have to reach Collem or Castle Rock Stations. From there trek will start to the Dudh Sagar waterfalls. It will be around 12 kms along the railway track and will take 4 Hrs to reach.
To reach to these station some trains or available or else have to hire taxi's from Belagavi, Londa Jn, Goa etc.
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