Home » Travel » 10 Coolest Waterfalls in India to Beat the Summer Heat

In India, travelers generally don’t look for waterfalls to visit on their vacations. This is really distressing because there are ample beautiful waterfalls in the country that can help you in releasing your heat in the summer season. Falling from a height in a cheerful backdrop, the waterfalls create delightful views. Most of the Indian states have at least one beautiful waterfall that creates mesmeric experiences for the visitors. But very less of these waterfalls are recognized by the travelers.

Have a look at the most stunning waterfalls in India that will turn you into a true travel freak. These waterfalls not only create magnetic views but also give cooling experiences to the visitors.  

chitrakoot waterfall

Chitrakoot Falls, Chhattisgarh

Falling from a height of 29 meters, Chitrakoot Waterfalls creates a wonderful view. What makes this stunning waterfall is its enormous perimeter. During the monsoons, there is an amazing showcase of water that makes the view just awesome. However, it turns to be an ideal place to click wonderful pictures all through the year.

Langshiang Falls, Meghalaya

Langshiang Falls, Meghalaya

Langshiang Falls measures the height of 340 meters and is comprised of a series of wonderful waterfalls, which lead to one long and stunning waterfall. Situated on the Nangkhunaum River Island, this is the third largest falls in India. To reach to this waterfall, you will have to travel by boat. The boating too is an experience of its kinds.

meenmutty falls

Meenmutty Falls, Kerala

Located in the Wayanad district of Kerala, Meenmutty Falls is a wonderful waterfall. The waterfall is separated into three different parts and falls from 300 meters height. To reach to this fall you have to go for hike of 2 km and enjoy an adventurous outing. These waterfalls are at their utmost splendor when visited in the monsoon and the river is loaded with water.

Kune Falls, Maharashtra

Kune Falls, Maharashtra

Located in Lonavala hill station of Maharashtra, Kune Falls enjoys a height of 100 meters. It divides into three parts before immersing into the valley. The greatest aspect of these waterfalls is that these are encircled by a forest and makes the whole region full of greenery. To reach this waterfall you will have to go through a trek offering views of surroundings.

jog falls

Jog Falls, Karnataka

River Sharavati flows from an altitude of 829 feet creating four different waterfalls, including Raja, Rani, Roarer and Rocket. This is called Jog Falls of Karnataka. Also recognized as Gerusoppaa Falls, this waterfall is the tallest waterfall of India. The waterfall becomes alive during the monsoon season but remains a gorgeous place to visit throughout the year.

Jang Falls, Arunachal Pradesh

Jang Falls, Arunachal Pradesh

Jang Falls are believed to be one of India’s most beautiful waterfalls. Also known by the name Nuranang Falls, these are situated about 40 kms from Tawang town and make for a popular tourist attraction in the state. Jang Falls are created by the Nuranang River and drop down amidst the lush green mountains from a height of 100 metres.

bhimlat waterfalls

Bhimlat Falls, Rajasthan

Everyone considers Rajasthan to be a deserted region and Bhimlat Falls is an oasis for this desert and a key attraction of the state. Falling from a height of 60 meters, these waterfalls appear to be spectacular and appealing. It is situated on the Bundi-Chhitorgarh road and is said to be created by Bhima for his mother Kunti. As per the historians, this waterfall has created due to an earthquake.

dhuandhar falls

Dhuandhar Falls, Madhya Pradesh

Situated at Bhedaghat of Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh, Dhuandar Falls is a stunning waterfall of India. As per the name of the waterfall, it spreads the mist in the backdrop of this fall that appears absolutely like smoke (Dhuan). Crystal clear water flows from a height and creates a wonderful view. Located at an elevation of about 98 feet, the waterfall is a popular destination full of lush greenery. Narmada River creates a breathtaking panorama by falling down from a great height.

Thalaiyar Falls, Tamil Nadu

Also known as Rat Tail Falls, Thalaiyar Falls is the tallest and most esteemed waterfall of Tamil Nadu. It falls from a height of 297 meters and appears like a tail on being seen from a distance. The only way to reach this fall is to trek. The waterfall enjoys some of the most stunning views and turns into a must visit place for all the nature lovers.

Rajdari Falls, Uttar Pradesh

This is one of the most gorgeous waterfalls of India, which is different from other waterfalls of the country. The stunning view that this waterfall creates is different from rest of the waterfalls in India. The waterfall appears like a journey of stairs while gushing down from the height and creating a mind blowing panorama. The waterfall enjoys a height of 65 meters and creates wonderful backdrop.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Connet with us on Facebook