5 highest waterfalls in India you can’t miss

India can be called the “land of waterfalls” because there are so many beautiful waterfalls here that draw travellers from all over the world. The breathtaking beauty of nature can be seen in the mind-blowing sight of these spectacular waterfalls, from their thunderous cascades to their fascinating plunges.

Here are 5 highest waterfalls in India you can’t miss


1. Vajrai Waterfall, Maharashtra

Vajrai Waterfall is located in western Maharashtra’s Satara district. One of the finest places to relax and rest in the midst of nature, it is also well-known as a place of devotion. This 1840-foot (560-meter) waterfall drops from a straight cliff with three steps.

2. Kunchikal Waterfall, Karnataka

One of the highest waterfalls, Kunchikal Waterfall, is situated in the Shimoga district of the state of Karnataka in the Nidagodu village, close to Masthikatte. The World Waterfall Database states that this waterfall is located at a height of 445 meters (1493 ft).

3. Barehipani Falls, Odisha

The Similipal Tiger Reserve is bordered by Odisha’s highest waterfall, Barehipani Falls.  The waterfall flows in two stages over a huge cliff, finishing in a large pool view. The Budhabalanga River flows through the canyon, where the tumbling waterfall falls from a height of 399 meters (1,309 feet), providing a stunning spectacle and echoing sound.

4. Nohkalikai Falls, Meghalaya

Nohkalikai Falls is India’s highest plunge waterfall. Its height is 340 meters. The waterfall is located in the Indian state of Meghalaya, not far from Cherapunji, one of the wettest places on Earth. After driving across a high tableland and after a short stroll, one may view the Nohkalikai waterfall, which falls down into a pool-like shape.

5. Dudhsagar Falls, Goa

It is a four-tiered waterfall in the Indian state of Goa, situated on the Mandovi River. It is surrounded by stunning western ghats and is one of the highest falls in the nation. This waterfall has an average width of 30 meters (100 feet) and a height of 310 meters (1017 feet).