Take a Jeep safari through the Western Ghats, driving through rivers and over rocks. Refresh yourself at spectacular Dudhsagar Falls on the Goa-Karnataka border, and visit a local spice farm to learn about the cultivation of herbs and spices.
What to Expect
Enjoy a full-day excursion to Dudhsagar Falls on the Goa-Karnataka border, just 48 miles (60 kilometers) from the capital of Panaji.
Drive to the tiered waterfall on the Mandovi River, inside Bhagwan Mahavir Wild Life Sanctuary and Mollem National Park. Surrounded by deep green deciduous forest, and accessed by roads that close during the rainy season, look out for the cheeky monkeys that live around the pool as they help themselves to banana snacks.
Upon arrival, you will see the impressive waterfall cascading down through the forest into a large pool at its base. Dangle your feet in the cool waters, and feel free to swim in the large pools. Alternatively, just relax on the side to the satisfying sound of the water flow.
Next, head to a spice village where you will be met by a professional biologist. The spice plantations are one of Goa’s most fascinating attractions, adding luxury to the food via the use of aromatic nutmeg, vanilla, cinnamon and cloves to name a few.
Your guide will give you a complete description of each herb and explain its uses, before sitting you down to a mouth watering buffet lunch that demonstrates first-hand just how these plants are like nuggets of gold to Goan cusine.
- 2 bottles of mineral water
- Assistance services
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off
- Dudhsagar entrance fee
- Spice farm entrance fee
- Jeep safari
- All government taxes
What's Not Included
- Any air or train fare
- Medical insurance
- Any expenses arising out of unforeseen circumstances, such as flight delay/cancellation/hike in fare/strike or any natural calamity
- Tips and personal expenses
- Camera fee at monuments
Know Before You Go
• Please note: alcoholic drinks are at your own expense
• The waterfall is a plastic free zone, so do not to carry any soft plastics or plastic bags with you. You could be fined