Goa, the party destination of India allures the tourists with its dazzling night culture, pristine beaches and scenic vistas. Crowds of visitors make a beeline to this place to enjoy the panoramic views of nature beauty. Dudhsagar is one among them which attracts everyone with gushing water which resembles like sea of milk. Nature around the Dudhsagar in monsoon is more beautiful and it also worthy to visit all the year around.
Sea Of Milk
Nestled in the heart of Sanguem Taluka of Goa and it is a part of the Bhagwan Mahavir Wildlife Sanctuary under the Goa forest department. Enjoy the cascading of waterfall gushing from height of 1017 ft over the river Mandovi, which take everyone into trance with its majestic nature. Before it cascades into the Arabian Sea it pours from the rock cliffs by splits into three falls. The beauty of three falls gushing towards the stream is really fascinates the visitors. The beauty of mother can’t explain verbally everyone must have to visit this place at least once in their lifetime.
As the falls are located in wildlife sanctuary there is a much scope for the visitors to enjoy the rare sights of different species of flora and fauna. Adventure junkies from across the world love to visit this place to enjoy the trekking through treacherous route t o satiate their adventure thirst. Trekking routes are closed during the winters and opens in the months of October. Experience the trekking through the untouched village routes and hike the rocky cliffs. It is the perfect place to enjoy the adventurous activities with your friends and a perfect nature to rejuvenate your souls.
A Beautiful Legend
As per local legends, once up on a time, a beautiful princess lived in this area who is a daughter of King of Ghats. The lady usually takes her bath in a lake nearby her father’s castle. After the bath, the lady drink the milk from a golden jug which adorned with full of diamonds. One fine day, when the princess drinking the milk, a handsome prince who is on his way was stopped by the laughing sounds of princess and her maidens. The maidens poured the milk in front of the princess as a curtain to change her dress. Thus the cascades of milk save the modesty of the beautiful princess.