Goa's waterfalls off-limits for next one week

Rohan Fernandes

THINKING OF WATERFALLS?

Planning to come or already in Goa? Please note, visit to waterfalls is banned for the next one week.

Goa | Monsoons in Goa | Waterfall entry banned in Goa | Canacona | Photo: Rohan Fernandes

BE WARNED

The heavy rainfall Goa witnessed has created dangerous conditions at these waterfalls.

Goa | Monsoons in Goa | Waterfall entry banned in Goa | Bhupar Waterfall | Photo: Rohan Fernandes

IN TROUBLE

And the danger was evident on Sunday after more than 50 people had to be rescued when they went trekking to Pali waterfall in Sattari.

Goa | Monsoons in Goa | Waterfall entry banned in Goa | Pali Waterfall

HELPING HAND

It was a scary situation for the trekkers when they could not cross a seemingly small stream and had to be rescued with the help of ropes.

Goa | Monsoons in Goa | Waterfall entry banned in Goa | Pali Waterfall rescue

WATCH THE WEATHER

So, for now, it's advisable to keep an eye on the weather conditions and wait for the situation to get better.

Goa | Monsoons in Goa | Waterfall entry banned in Goa | Pali Waterfall

KEEP IT ON HOLD

This temporary closure of waterfalls doesn't mean everything comes to a standstill. Goa has lots to offer at its historical sites and other alternative activities.

Goa | Monsoons in Goa | Waterfall entry banned in Goa |Waterfall Routes | Photo: Rohan Fernandes

WEATHER WARNING

While the trails and waterfalls are on hold, the Indian Meteorological Department has issued heavy rainfall warning and advised people against venturing into the sea for safety reasons.

Goa | Monsoons in Goa | Waterfall entry banned in Goa | Rough sea during monsoons | Photo: Rohan Fernandes

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