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Goa Carnival
Goa Carnival When: February, before Easter
Where: Entire Goa
Duration: Three Days
Highlights: Street plays, songs, dances, parades, feasting and merry making

Carnival is one of the major attractions in Goa and is popularly known as the Goa Carnival. During the carnival, Goa comes alive in all its beauty and splendor as it is one of the most important celebrations in Goa. The Goa Carnival has been celebrated since the 18th century. The Carnival is meant to be a time for feasting, drinking and merry making. The Goa Carnival takes place just before the 40 days of Lent, a time of asceticism and holiness. Throughout the city, huge parades are organized with bands, floats, balls and dances in the evenings.

Goa Carnival is a non-stop 3-day festival of color, song and music, providing a healthy entertainment for all, young and old. The soothing climate, full of fun- 'n' -frolic, which the Carnival generates, is much longed for. It does not matter whether one enjoys or see others enjoying. There is enthusiasm and happiness all around.

The Carnival is exclusively Goan and is not celebrated anywhere else in the country. The Goans initiate the Carnival with the display of colorful floats. Troupes of masked revelers, who take immense pleasure in attiring themselves in stunning costumes, sing and dance in delight to dynamic music that is usually performed live by famous singers and artists. In order to encourage some liveliness to the Carnival and give the Goans some credit, the best floats are given generous prizes.
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Dudhsagar Waterfalls
Dudhsagar WaterfallsLocation: Sanguem district in Goa, near the Karnataka border
Highlights: Listed as one of the highest waterfalls in the world and India's fifth highest waterfall
How to Reach:
Dudhsagar waterfalls can be easily reached by hiring a taxi or taking a bus from Panaji or even Margao.

The Dudhsagar Waterfalls is located in the Indian state of Goa in Sanguem Taluka. The fall looks stunning post monsoon as it ripples with bubbling foam-like water. This is one of the most interesting falls of India and the largest and highest fall of Goa.

Believed to be among the top Waterfalls in India, The Dudhsagar falls measures a grand 600 meters from head to foot falling at a height of about 2000 feet down the cliff into the forests of the Western Ghats. The headwater of the Mandovi River cuts across the Deccan Plateau and breaks into three streams that pour down, in the face of the vertical cliff. The Konkani name for the falls mean 'sea of milk' when translated, because of the clouds of foam that rises up at the bottom when the water levels are at their best. The sight of the fall which looks like a stream of milk flowing along the mountainsides is out of this world and in the magical lights of the dawn it looks even more enchanting.

The falls drop down to form a few pools, which are absolutely delightful for a swim. Take care to ensure that the pool you go into is relatively calm. The sure-footed adventurers could try and climb up to the head of the falls through bushes, boulders and water. It�s a tough climb which takes at least a couple of hours, but the mind-blowing view from the top is well worth the effort.
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