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India is home to many stunning kinds of landscapes and nearly all kinds of natural settings. This article will take you through one of the adventurous kinds of landscape.

Let’s explore the 10 Highest Waterfalls In India that will give you the thrill of a lifetime. Vistas that you wouldn’t expect India to have. To surprise yourself, continue reading.

10 Highest Waterfalls In India You Must Visit Once

Kunchikal Falls: Karnataka

The Kunchikal Falls are the highest waterfalls in India and the second highest of Asia. The waterfall is located in Shimoga district of Karnataka. The waterfalls are at a height of 1,493 feet!

Kunchikal Falls- 10 Highest Waterfalls In India You Must Visit Once

Varahi River in the Agumbe rainforest creates the largest one of these waterfalls. The region is among the places in India that receive the most amount of rainfall. Check out this website for more information.

Barehipani Falls: Odisha

The Barehipani Falls are the second highest waterfalls in India, at a height of 1309 feet. It is a two tiered waterfall situated in the Simlipal National Park in Mayurbhanj district.

Barehipani Falls

The water source of this beauty is the Budhabalanga River, nestled between dense forests. These waterfalls are a trekkers’ heaven the adventure leading up to the falls is bliss.

Nohkalikai Falls: Meghalaya

The Nohkalikai Falls are the third highest waterfalls in India at a height of 1115 feet. Located near Cherrapunji which is the place said to be the place that receives the highest amount of rainfall in the whole world!

Nohkalikai Falls

These falls are located in the East Khasi district, surrounded by the Brahmaputra River. There are many stories as to how this waterfall came into existence.

Nohsngithiang Falls: Meghalaya

The Nohsngithiang Falls are the fourth largest waterfalls in India, also in the East Khasi Hills district of Cherrapunji, at a height of 1,033 feet

Nohsngithiang Falls

Also called the Seven Sisters Fall as the waterfall is the result of seven streams flowing down together, creating an admirable view that you shouldn’t miss.

Dudhsagar Falls: Goa

Dudhsagar Falls are the fifth highest waterfalls in India, also known as The Sea of Milk is well known for its unique trajectory. These waterfalls descend at a height of 1020 feet.

Dudhsagar Falls

As the name suggests, the view appears as if it is milk falling down the hill. Take a break from the beaches of Goa and explore these hidden gems.

Kynrem Falls: Meghalaya

Kynrem Falls are the sixth highest waterfalls in India. 12 kilometres away from Cherrapunji in East Khasi Hills. These waterfalls are 1,001 feet in height.

Kynrem Falls

Meghalaya has the highest waterfalls in India, especially the East Khasi Hills. All owing to the high rainfall. These waterfalls are inside the Thangkharang Parkm which makes it very special.

Meenmutty Falls: Kerala

Meenmutty Falls are the seventh highest waterfalls in India, this three tiered waterfall is standing tall at the height of 980 feet in the Wayanad district of Kerala.

Meenmutty Falls

It is one of the most profound tourist spots in Kerala. Here, you can go for a thrilling trek and also unleash your bird watching hobby.

Thalaiyar Falls: Tamil Nadu

Thalaiyar Falls are the eighth highest waterfalls in India, in the Dindigul district of Tamil Nadu. These waterfalls descend at a height of 975 feet they are the tallest in the state.

Thalaiyar Falls

The water source of these is the Manjalar River, which lies amidst untouched forests. The area also has some caves in it, which makes it more thrilling and adventurous.

Barkana Falls: Karnataka

Barkana Falls are the ninth highest waterfalls in India at a height of 850 feet. Located in the Western Ghats, in Shimoga district at a distance of 10kilometer from Agumbe.

Barkana Falls

The river that sources these waterfalls is the Seetha River which only appears during the rainy season. These tiered falls are surrounded by dense forests, and can only be seen during monsoon season.

Jog Fall: Karnataka

Jog Falls are the last on this list of 10 highest waterfalls in India. At a height of 829 feet falling from the Sharavathi River of Sharavathi Valley, in Shimoga.

Jog Fall

A wonderful sight with tons of greenery, This is another seasonal waterfall, dependent on the rainfall. Might be last on this list, but it is the second highest plunge waterfall in India.

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I am sure that after reading this article you have renewed your love for travelling, or perhaps enhanced it even more. I hope that holds true, especially for those of you who are passionate about trekking.

Do explore the high and mighty waterfalls of India, take an adventurous trip, indulge in nature and let in surround you.

We have an article about a secret waterfall too! It’s called the Largy Secret Waterfall, you can check it out here.

If you have or do visit these locations, don’t forget to share your experiences in the comment below, tips and insights for the journey. Suggestions for the blog? Anything is welcome 🙂

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