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7 Paisa Vasool Waterfalls to go with Your Family

7 Best Value Waterfall Escapes to go With Family

The mist hitting your face surrounded by nature is a feeling everyone in the family will enjoy. On your next holiday plan a trip to one of these amazing waterfalls which are a majestic sight set against a backdrop of stunnging natural landscapes. 

1. Athirappilly

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HolidayIQ Reviewer JOJI JOSEPH shares, “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...It feels like trekking when going down to the waterfall. During the Rainy season that place will be like full of mist spraying from waterfalls.” Read Full Review

2. Cherrapunjee

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Yagnadat Reddy says, “Sacred forests and Amazing trekking routes at Mawphlang Mawphlang is a beautiful and tranquil Khasi hamlet, a one hour drive from Shillong, Meghalaya. ...Once you cross the river and climb the valley wall to a height, the vistas open up to beautiful and pristine waterfalls, incredible stone formations and quaint and secluded villages with herdsman and women. ” Read Full Review


HolidayIQ Reviewer Sunil Chaurasia adds, “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” Read Full Review

3. Jog Falls

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Zenobia Tamboli shares, “It can be quite foggy here, so make sure you stay for atleast 2 days to probably catch a clear glimpse of the falls, which otherwise can only be heard in the midst of the fog. If you are lucky, you can even catch rainbows forming in the gorge where the falls plunge. Weekends can be really crowded with bus loads of tourists at the site, and it can get very noisy and messy. But weekdays are lean and quiet. ” Read Full Review


HolidayIQ Reviewer kalpana patangia shares, “Jog falls in monsoons Loved this trip very much. The second highest falls in India, it is best seen during the monsoons. There are four sections of this falls, Raja, Rani, Rocket and Roarer. As we went at about 10 in the morning, we had to wait for an hour or so for the mist to lift up. We were fortunate to get glimpses of the falls as clouds drifted by. ” Read Full Review

4. Hogenakkal

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Anu Monisha says, “It was a summer night, we all family were together including elders as well children and youngsters, so decided to go to Hogenakkal falls. ...As the water was gushing the water sprinkled over me, felt the touch of nature and was drenched with the breeze around....Later we went for boating in the coracle, it was my first ever experience in that, was amazing and new kind of transportation mode it was. Enjoyed going in the wavy river up and down, touching the water” Read Full Review


HolidayIQ Reviewer Anand MP adds, “This about a trip that I had with my family to Hogenakkal falls. The place is awesome however you need to do a proper check on the availability of round boats because that's the one and only fun that you will have out here.” Read Full Review

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5. Jabalpur

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Aman Sinha adds, “A mighty waterfall ...The marble rocks at Bhedaghat rise high, up to a 30 meter of level on either side of the River Narmada. ...Narmada flows gently through the towering marbles rocks, but a little distance away, it becomes turbulent. 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 Arunav Singh shares, “Get lost in the natural beauty of the river and the Marble stone and enjoy your time boating, bathing, clicking awesome snaps or just laze around in the market and get some souvenir for your friends and family. ...the waterfalls situated quite far from the main city are of the Holy Narmada River and so the water is ULTRA clean ;) ...The falls then lead to a valley-like passage for the river and on both sides of the river are marbles. There are all kinds of marble, Red, Pink, Green, Blue etc and these marbles were also taken to Agra for the construction of Taj Mahal. Get lost in the natural bea” Read Full Review

6. Shivanasamudra

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Pratik Mohapatra shares, “Lovely and unspoilt views of gushing streams and also the Cauvery River One of the most beautiful waterfalls in India, Shivanasamudra was created when Cauvery River split itself into two and then joining after a short distance, forming a sort of River town called Shivanasamudra.” Read Full Review
HolidayIQ Reviewer Parthasarathi Srinivasachar adds, “The Niagara of India. The falls was in full swing. It was a treat to watch....grandeur of these falls which was in no way below the great Niagara.” Read Full Review

7. Nalgonda

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HolidayIQ Reviewer Savan Parthasarathi says, “Peaceful environment with beautiful scenery to see I went to Nagarjuna Sagar Dam which was built across Krishna River with my family had a great joy there. First of all it is a beautiful scenery with waterfalls from Dam to ground. It provides irrigation to farmers and produces electricity by hydro electric power installed in it. ” Read Full Review
HolidayIQ Reviewer Sharath Adde shares, “Beautiful location enjoyed alot with friends I went to Nagarjuna Sagar Dam in 2014 year. It was a wonderful feeling scenery at Dam is awesome. Huge waterfalls from Dam is amazing. I love this place very much.” Read Full Review

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