Visit Top 10 Highest Waterfalls in India

The topography of India is one of the best of nature examples. Our country is full of exciting things and the beauty of nature, there are lots of waterfalls and serene beauty that lie in the lap of nature. Have you ever seen a waterfall where the water flows down from a height and looks incredible? If you are a waterfall destination lover, I brought you the highest waterfalls in the country. You should visit the places at least once in your lifetime. Let’s start with the top 10 highest waterfalls.

1. Kunchikal Falls, Karnataka– The Kunchikal falls are the highest waterfall in India and the second highest waterfall in Asia. The tallest waterfall in India with a height of approximately 1,493 ft (455m) and situated near Agumbe in the Shimoga district of the South Indian state of Karnataka. Agumbe valley is amongst those places in India that receive very heavy rainfall and it has the only permanent rainforest research station in India. The beautiful Barkana Falls and the South Canara Coast can also be seen from the Kunchikal Falls. The largest waterfall is formed by the Varahi River and the area is famous for reptiles, squirrels, a variety of unique birds, and rare reptiles.

Kunchikal Falls, Karnataka

2. Barehipani Falls, Orissa- The Barehipani is a picturesque waterfall situated at the Simlipal National Park in the Mayurbhanj district of Orissa. This Barehipaniwaterfall is the second-highest waterfall in India with a height of approx 1309 ft. The waterfall fall is surrounded by deep forest and one of the most interesting things about this famous waterfall is. It has two drops that descend from a wife cliff with a height of 399 m where the tallest drop ranges 259m. The waterfall is situated on the Budhabalanga river which at the end fell into the Bay of Bengal.

Barehipani Falls, Orissa

3. Nohkalikai Falls, Cherrapunji- Nohkalikai Falls is one of the highest waterfalls in India. There is a story behind the name of this waterfall, the story of an aggrieved mother, Ka Likai, who jumped off the cliff and turned into this beautiful waterfall. The waterfall is situated in Cherrapunji. The 3rd highest waterfall in India with a height of approximately 1,120 ft. The cascading waterfall is the highest-drop waterfall in the country. It is the world’s fourth-highest waterfall.

Nohkalikai Falls, Cherrapunji

4. Nohsngithiang Falls, Meghalaya– One of the largest waterfalls in the East Khasi hills, the Nohsngithiang Falls stands at a height of 1, 033 ft and are also known as Mawsmai Falls, these stunningly beautiful waterfalls are divided into seven parts. The Nohsngithiang Falls or the Seven Sister Falls are symbolic of the seven sister states of the North East of India: Assam, Manipur, Nagaland, Arunachal Pradesh, Tripura, Mizoram, and Meghalaya. The beauty of Nohsngithiang Falls is unexplainable during the time of sunset when the rays of the sun fall on it creating a perennial rainbow, which is also one of the major highlights of the place.

Nohsngithiang Falls, Meghalaya

5. Dudhsagar Fall, Goa- The Dudhsagar Falls is known as The Sea of Milk, the waters flow from a height of 1020 ft, which attract tourists away from the pristine beaches of Goa. Dudhsagar falls is one of the most popular falls in the country and a great tourist attraction of Goa apart from its exotic beaches. The falls are among the top 100 waterfalls in the world.

Dudhsagar Fall, Goa

6. Kynrem Falls, Meghalaya– another scenic waterfall in Cherrapunji, the Kynrem Falls are located in a park that is known as the Thangkharang Park. The falls are dropping down from the height of 1001 ft. The three-tiered falls at Kynrem make it one of the most stunning and impressive destinations. The waterfall spreads out in two different water streams and each of them gains momentum by getting merged while flowing down the last leg of the third tier. The source of this waterfall originates from Thangkharang Park

Kynrem Falls, Meghalaya

7. Meenmutty Falls, Kerela– Meenmutty waterfalls are the tallest in Kerala and one of the most beautiful waterfalls that fall from a height of 980 ft in the Wayanad district of Kerala. The peak is famous for its greenery and dark lush green forests in its surroundings. The Meenmutty Falls is the largest and most spectacular waterfall in the district of Wayanad. The place is offering you an incredible opportunity to spend time in the lap of nature, it is the best place for nature lovers.

Meenmutty Falls, Kerela

8. Thalaiyar Falls, Tamil Nadu– the falls are located in the darkness of deep caves and dangerous regions of the unexplored forest, in the Dindigul district of Tamil Nadu. The waterfalls fall from a height of 974 ft. The spot is still unexplored because there is no man-made road to reach here. This is a very refreshing waterfall which is one of the highest falls in not just India but also the entire of Asia.

Thalaiyar Falls, Tamil Nadu

9. Barkana Falls, Karnataka– Barkana Falls was formed by the Seetha River in the Shimoga district of Karnataka and only can be seen during the rainy season. Barkana Falls is one of the top 10 highest waterfalls in the country. The waterfall is situated in the Balehalli forest area, The waterfall falls from a height of about 850 ft. Also, it is located at a height of about 259 meters above sea level. Agumbe in Shimoga district is surrounded by a dense thick forest of Western Ghats, also known as the Cherrapunji of South India.

Barkana Falls, Karnataka

10. Jog Waterfalls- The Jog waterfalls were created by the Sharavathi river in the Bharathi valley of Shimoga district in Karnataka. It is the second-highest plunge waterfall in India, the falls are falling from a height of 829 ft. It is the most attractive and one of the highest plunge waterfalls in India.

Jog Waterfalls

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