Check out part 3 of Kartik Kannan’s photographic journey of Dudhsagar!
We kept walking on the rail trek, with all gay and abandon, and when we went on walking, we realized that we were lost in this maze of tunnels and tracks. There was a small opening to the right after 3 tunnels that we should have gone through to go down. We missed that, and had to retrace our path back. What makes it more tough is the fact that there is little civilization around in this sweltering heat, so you are pretty much on your own to re trace paths, unless you have dropped bread on the way like Hansel did in Aesop’s Fables!
As we walked down the path, we were accompanied by a few friends who popped into saying “Don’t Disturb, This is our home”. We kept the noise levels down and trekked our way through the forest, in search of the utopia, we had witnessed from the top.
An hour later we found our way to the base of the waterfall, and we were greeted by a beautiful sight of the waterfall sloping down the mountain, with the railway bridge positioning itself like the equator. Paradise Regained!
It did not take us long to get to the water. It was a careful walk, across a few slippery rocks to get to the base of the waterfall. We saw many men enjoying themselves in the water.
It was even more lovely watching a beautiful woman, enjoying the waterfall on her.
- Exploring Goa: The Rail Trek to Dudhsagar – II (missionsharingknowledge.wordpress.com)
- Exploring Goa: The Rail Trek to Dudhsagar – I (missionsharingknowledge.wordpress.com)