Poonam and me went to the awesome Dudhsagar Waterfall with a trekking group shikharvedh.It was a very well planned itinerary, covering not just Dudhsagar waterfall but few other beautiful waterfalls located far away from each other and each one very distinct in its formation and feel; incorporating train journey, bus ride and walking along the railway track amid jungle. Trek per se, this is the easiest one anyone can go for but yes it has different beauty altogether. I mean on which other trek, you get to walk along/on railway track which paves its way through a beautiful green jungle amid Sahyadri mountain ranges, letting you sweep through darkness of tunnels and bright glory of the nature in its most flourished form.
Poonam and me boarded the train on Friday night from Pune to find fellow trekkers travelling from Mumbai. We slept well through the night, until train journey came to a halt and we had to get down at Kolhapur; from where we boarded a bus which took us to various exotic locations showing many waterfalls like Amboli Waterfall, Nangartas Waterfall and few other on the way.
After full day fun fun, we were there at Belgaum station to board Goa Express at mid night to witness the glory of most awaited Dudhsagar Waterfall. We reached even before the break of dawn and had to wait for a while before we started walking along the railway track to reach our destination. We could hear the roars of fall much before we could see it and we hopped along to see what sounded so ferocious and smelled so fresh.
After have enough fun and snaps around this place, we had breakfast and started walking along the railway track, which is surrounded by lush greenery, colourful flies and freshness. Numerous tunnels that you get to walk through is another beautiful rare experience. Lot of pose and click moment along the way until we reach Kulem.
From Kulem we board the train for Pune and thats the end of yet another wonderful refreshing trek.