About Dudhsagar Waterfall 2017:Dudhsagar waterfall is located in the middle of a forest on the Goa-Karnataka border. It is a four tiered waterfall with different ways to reach each level. The bottom of the waterfall is accessible through the Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary. The forest department runs a 4WD service through the sanctuary up to the foot of the Dudhsagar waterfalls. This service is closed during monsoon.
The waterfall is called Vajra Sakala Falls by the locals but most people know it as Tambdi Surla falls based on the popular trekking tale to the waterfall which starts from Tambdi Surla Mahadev Temple. The waterfall is four-tiered waterfall and is about 1015 ft high and 100 ft wide.
During monsoon, the trek from Castle Rock railway station to the waterfall is very popular. It is about 14 km long and offers amazing views of the valley. The third trail starting from Collem railway station or Kulhem railway station; is about 11 km long. Though scenic it is not as popular as the trail from Castle Rock.
Places Nearby to See:Bhagwan Mahaveer Sanctuary and Mollem National Park (20km), Karmali (58 KM) , Ponda Wildlife Sanctuaries(78 KM). Vasco Da Gama (80km) , Panjim (107 km)
Day 1: Saturday
Mumbai people can travel by express or ST bus.
Catch 11017 / LTT Karaikal Express
12.05 LTT ( Lokmanya Tilak Terminus )
15:30 Pune Junction
Catch Koyna Express 11029 – Mumbai to Kolhapur.
Reach Pune and Lunch.
16:00 Meeting at Pune Railway station.
16:20 We will be catching the Goa Express
Overnight Journey toward Dudhsagar.
Day 2: Sunday
04:30 Reach Dudhsagar.
06:00 Visit Dudhsagar waterfall.
09:00 Start walk towards Kulem.
14:00 Reach Kulem and Lunch.
After Lunch Mumbai people will head to Madgaon to catch Matsyagandha express for LTT.
16:30 Pune people will catch Goa express for Pune from Kulem.
Day 3: Monday
Early morning reach Pune/Mumbai.
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