Thanks to the wonderful rainfall in this area that the Water falls is again ready with its mesmerizing beauty to attract a large number of tourists from North-Karnataka, Goa & Maharashtra as well.
Dudh Sagar Falls is located adjacent to the Railway Track laid by Indian Railways on Goa-Londa route as soon as one enters the State of Goa after crossing Castle Rock, the last railway Station in Karnataka. Dudh Sagar (Sea of Milk) as it is known is believed to have derived its name from an incident where a princess who covered herself by throwing milk in order to hide herself.
As per sources; Dudh Sagar fall boosts of an awesome height of 310 Meters, is the 5th highest waterfall in India and Ranks 227th in the world. The waterfall forms couple of pools which adds to the scenic beauty amidst the Green Jungles of Western Ghats. But Swimming is highly risky in these ponds.
How to reach there :
(As interacted with tourists on Belgaum Railway Station & Londa Junction)
The Best time to visit Dudh Sagar Falls is during Rainy season & if one if adventurous of Trekking and a nature lover Dudh Sagar is a place one can never Miss. But carrying own Lunch and Snacks is highly recommendable as there is not even a Tea stall to cater the needs of tourists.
Express trains ply to & fro everyday from Londa Junction everyday but at odd hours & only on Sundays there runs a convenient train from Belgaum in the morning and in return there is only a single convenient Express Train in the Evening. For more details one may approach the Railway Enquiry Counter at Railway Stations of Hubli, Londa, Belgaum, or even Castle Rock.