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5 Spectacular Waterfalls Every Solo Traveller Must Visit

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For every solo trip, make sure you do something unique and memorable. This time, visit these 5 breathtaking waterfalls across India. 

1. McLeodganj: Visit the famous picnic spot, Bhagsunag waterfall

McLeodganj: Visit the famous picnic spot, Bhagsunag waterfall
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Mohit Sadana says, “The Bhagsu waterfall and the temple closeby are must-see places. Having a bath in the waterfall was an awesome and refreshing experience. Read Full Review

2. Coorg: Visit Abbey and Irpu falls during the monsoon and watch the waterfalls come alive

Coorg: Visit Abbey and Irpu falls during the monsoon and watch the waterfalls come alive
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Nimisha Sharma says, “In the evening we went to see Abbey waterfall which is open from 6 AM to 6 PM. To see the actual waterfall we need to go down around 300 meters from the main road. The waterfall was full of water in the month of April also and a rejuvenating place to visit during summers.” Read Full Review

3. Jabalpur: Visit this popular hot spot, Dhaundhar falls in Bhedeghat

Jabalpur: Visit this popular hot spot, Dhaundhar falls in Bhedeghat
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Khushi Kumari shares, “We went to visit the famous 'Bhedaghat' popularly known as Marble Rocks and the place is amazing. The waterfall, the mountains and the overall beauty of this place is stunning. One thing to look out for here is Soft Marble where you can get your name embedded on. Its an awesome destination and must see for all.Read Full Review

4. Pachmarhi: The trek might be a task but worth the view when you visit Apsara Vihar falls

Pachmarhi: The trek might be a task but worth the view when you visit Apsara Vihar falls
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Harsh Patel adds, “Very pleasant place to visit. Right from Jata Shankar Mahadev, to Pandav Gufa and Dhoopgad, Chauragad, very pleasant. It is a true spiritual experience visiting such places. Must visit the Bee fall, it is a very high waterfall with extremely cold water. It was a great experience visiting Pachmarhi.” Read Full Review

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5. Cherrapunjee: The Nohkalikai waterfall is the tallest plunge waterfall in India

Cherrapunjee: The Nohkalikai waterfall is the tallest plunge waterfall in India
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HolidayIQ Reviewer Pavan Kolla says, “ This is a beautiful place with waterfalls throughout the year. Cherrapunjee the wettest place in India attracts tourists from not only India but from many countries. Wonderful waterfalls, Picturesque locations, Caves and many more attractions satiate every nature lover. Read Full Review

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