Located on the edge of Goa in Sanguem district, about 60 km away from Panaji, this waterfall is one of the attractions of the region. Relatively an un-spoilt spot, it offers breathtaking views of silvery water pouring down from the green hills. About 310 m in height, the waterfall is listed among the highest waterfalls in India.
Vajra Sakala Falls is the name called by the locals, but most of the people know this waterfall as Tambdi Surla Falls, since the hike to get to it starts out from the lovely 12th century Tambdi Surla Mahadev Temple. It is not a long hike but it can get steep, which may be a little difficult for inexperienced walkers.
Tourists can reach Dudhsagar Waterfall by hiring taxis or taking a bus from Panaji or Margao. Tourists can also enjoy swimming in the calm water. Moreover, jeep safari to Dudhsagar Waterfalls is also possible.