Going by the latest facts and figures, Kunchikal Falls, Karnataka is the Highest Waterfall in India. Located in Agumbe, it is also the second biggest waterfall in Asia and without a surprise is the wettest place in South India
But apart from that, there are other waterfalls which are at their prime once monsoon hits them and are a delightful sight to
Highest Waterfall In India
Kunchikal Falls, Karnataka
It is the highest waterfall pertaining to India and if we talk about Asia, it is the second highest. Located in Agumbe in Shimoga district of Karnataka, it is 1,493 ft tall. Agumbe valley in itself is a picturesque location which receives ample rainfall and is rich in flora and fauna. It is formed by Varahi river and overall is located in the Western Ghats.
Nohkalikai Falls, Meghalaya
Located near Cherrapunji, Nohkalikai is one of the highest waterfalls and is also located in East Khasi Hills district, Meghalaya. Going by the numbers, with the height of 1,120 ft, it is the third highest waterfall in India. Nohsngithiang falls and Kynrem falls are a few other waterfalls famous in Meghalaya. Nohsngithiang falls has an overall height of 1,033 ft.
Dudhsagar Falls, Goa
One of the prime tourist locations for tourists in Goa is the Dudhsagar waterfalls. It is also known as they The Sea of Milk and has an overall height of 1017 feet. By figures, it is the fifth highest waterfall in India and is a delight from all the beaches that you are bound to be surrounded by in Goa. It falls under top hundred waterfalls of the world.
Meenmutty Falls, Kerala
The tallest waterfall in Kerala is the Meenmutty falls and is one of the best locations to visit. It is falling from a height 980 ft and is located in the Wayanad district, Kerala. It is one of the famous tourist spots in south India.
Thalaiyar Falls, Tamil Nadu
Jog Falls, Karnataka
Formed by the Sharavathi river, the Jog waterfall is located in the Sharavathi valley of Shimoga district in Karnataka. It is mesmerizing when it falls from the 829 ft and forms one of the highest plunging waterfalls in the country. It is a sight to witness that one will never forget.
Barehipani Falls, Orissa
The Barehipani is located in Simlipal National Park in Mayurbhanj district of Orissa. With a height of 712 ft, it is the second highest waterfall in India. It is covered between lush green trees and plants and is located in the Bay of Bengal. It is one of the most popular tribal locations in Orissa and is one of the biggest tourist magnet in Orissa.