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9 Places Where The Waterfalls Will Leave You in Awe

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Want to go chasing the mesmerising waterfalls of our country? HolidayIQ reviewers present some places that are extremely pocket-friendly and have stunning waterfalls. 

1. Munnar

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Hill | Nature | Greenery | Weather

HolidayIQ Reviewer Ria Das shares, “The spectacular view of the plantation amazed me. The sun was playing with the clouds and our jeep was playing and romancing the bends of the road uphill. The road was very rough and patchy with stones. We crossed some beautiful streams and waterfall. The jeep driver was a great photographer and took our amazing pics with my DSLR. ” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer SUNIL KUMAR JELLA says, “Cruising through Munnar This is a place, a nature traveller has to see. Best season would be during the rainy season as the myriad waterfalls dotting the hills could be seen in action. Its a photographer's haven. Wonderful climate during the summer season.” Read Full Review

2. Coorg

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Coffee | Hill | Forest | Waterfall

HolidayIQ Reviewer Savio Thomas adds, “ Right from the hidden waterfall, mountains, hills, valleys, traditions, customs and of course the people. It will take at least a couple of months for one to experience this bliss....Gone to Coorg over 20 times and I have never got bored of this place. Too many special memories with regards to Coorg. ” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Aranha Ag says, “A majestic waterfall hidden inside mountains Located at about 70 kms from Virajpet and 100 kms from Madikeri, this majestic waterfall is hidden inside the forest area at a higher altitude requiring climbing about 80-100 well laid out steps. This is one huge waterfall around Madikeri which can be seen from close quarters. ” Read Full Review

3. Goa

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Beach | Weather | Peaceful | Adventure

HolidayIQ Reviewer Swastik Chatterjee adds, “Swapnagandha Valley- A Must Visit for Nature Lovers It is must visit location for Nature Lovers. Lovely Forested Mountains,(Sanctuary Area), Beautiful waterfalls. A Walk in the clouds. If you want peace and quiet and want to be with nature. This is the Place to Go. This place is slowly becoming a popular destination in Goa, and will be famous spot in years to come.” Read Full Review

4. Mussoorie

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Hill | Weather | Waterfall | Adventure

HolidayIQ Reviewer Samriddha Roy adds, “The cheerful boisterous brook - a must visit in Mussoorie This chirpy, spirited waterfall would certainly grab attention of the tourists who are taking a trip to Mussoorie, a hill station in Dehradun. The visit would readily cheer one up in whatever mood the person travels - it's been like a laughter in an otherwise serious, solemn, mountainous climate.” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer aditya shares, “Awesome place to enjoy the waterfall. Kempty Lake is also there where one can do adventure sports. ” Read Full Review

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5. Araku Valley

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Bhaasvanth Palanki says, “This is an epic trip where you feel all your energy being renewed once you reach the waterfall. Katiki waterfalls originate from the Gosthani River and of 50ft and water is very chilling. Here you find the mouth watering "Bamboo Chicken" and Local "Kababs " made by local tribals here. You would also find Corn, Sugarcane and Bananas there sold by tribals (Don't bargain, that is the natural and the best and cheapest food you can get” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Ram K shares, “Katiki waterfalls is the 2nd highest waterfalls in Andhra Pradesh, it is near from Borra Caves. ” Read Full Review

6. Athirappilly

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HolidayIQ Reviewer JOJI JOSEPH says, “Athirappilly Falls - through trills and slippery paths Situated 1000 ft above sea level on the Chalakudy River and falling from a height of 80 feet, this is one of the largest waterfalls in the state. It's not the waterfall which attracts us but the scenic combination of forests and little streams surrounding the waterfall are also to be mentioned. ” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer aishu lak shares, “Beautiful waterfall with pleasant mist The travel to this tourist spot is not hectic as the roads are good. It is easy to reach and good place to click photos. The way to this waterfall also has forest on both sides. ” Read Full Review

7. Cherrapunjee

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Yagnadat Reddy adds, “The trek is properly laid out with steps leading down to the base of the valley where the waterfalls from Cherrapunjee end to form glorious pools of water at Nongriat village. The best time to do the trek is in the morning when there is enough sunlight. It might take around one to two hours to reach the spot, carry a torch and enough water. You will find a shop at the starting point of the trek at Tyrna village where you can buy snacks/water. There are couple of steel wired bridges across the water that needs some caution to cross over. The vistas are amazing midst running water, lush green cover and giant boulders. ” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer Sunil Chaurasia shares, “A place with plenty of water, cloud hovering around ...The view point is at a long distance from the waterfall, so the waterstream seems extremely thin but when viewed through Binoculars, I was simply awestruck. Our guide informed me one can move close to the waterfall by trekking but unfortunately we ran short of time. ” Read Full Review

8. Jabalpur

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Waterfall | Nature | Boat Ride | Mountain

HolidayIQ Reviewer Aman Sinha shares, “A mighty waterfall The marble rocks at Bhedaghat rise high, up to a 30 meter of level on either side of the River Narmada. ...Here it cascades into a mighty waterfall, called 'Dhuandhar'. The name literally means 'the smoke cascade'. The power of the waterfall can be gauged by the roaring sounds of the falls, which can be heard from a far distance.” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer rohit jain shares, “Visit to Bhedaghat, Jabalpur Bhedaghat is 15kms from Jabalpur. It is a natural waterfall on river Narmada. When we reached there, we were overwhelmed to see the beauty of place and the river.... The view of waterfall from both sides is totally different. We spent about 2 hours sitting with our feet in water but you can spend much more. It is advisable to reach the place after 2pm so that you can enjoy the evening without much of sunshine.” Read Full Review

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9. Amboli

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Anuj Goel says, “Some beautiful points worth visiting are - Mahadevgad Point, Kavlesad Point, Hiranyakeshi Temple, Sunset Point, Rajwada and Amboli waterfalls. Though the rains have ended in Maharashtra, still Amboli waterfalls was in full bloom. ” Read Full Review

HolidayIQ Reviewer nagraj .... adds, “Amboli as a destination is good. The tucked away village of Konkan, was worth a visit for laziness and relaxation. There are a few fun filled spots for visitors. The waterfall, just 3 km from the main village towards Sawantwadi. Sunset point is about 1 km, it is very clear view with zero obstruction and a valley in front drop. ” Read Full Review

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