Stunning waterfalls in India
India, a country ‘Unity in Diversity’ in people having a lot of stunning waterfalls to be visited in vacations. Let's have a look at some of them.
Chitrakoot is also called as ‘Niagara falls’ of India coming from 95 ft. The waterfall is situated in Chattisgarh’s Bastar district from Indravati river. The widest waterfall in India looks more attractive during the monsoon season.
Abbey is the wonderful sight to visit in Karnataka’s Kodagu. It is surrounded with coffee and spice homestead from all sides. Abbey is 280 Kms from Bengaluru originates from River Kaveri.
Jog is another most beautiful waterfall in Karnataka, also surrounded with full greenery. Jog is the second highest quick waterfall after Nohakalikai, from a 335m height. Its originated from River Shravati.
As discussed Nohakalikai is the tallest waterfall height is 1115m, in India. It is the most impressive waterfall for all nature lovers. It is located in wettest place of India Cherrapunji.
One more waterfall in South India from Tamilnadu. Originated From River Kaveri. Hongenakkal is best to be visited after monsoon season.