Panaji: The Goa government has partially modified its order allowing entry on fourteen different low-risk waterfalls in the state.
State Forest department earlier last week had issued order banning entry of visitors on the waterfalls and the wildlife sanctuaries following two deaths due to drowning at Mainapi waterfall in South Goa.
On Tuesday, the office of Principal Chief Conservator of Forest modified its order allowing the public to visit forteen low risk waterfalls in Sattari (North Goa), Dharbandora, Sanguem and Canacona talukas (all in South Goa).
The order mentions that these waterfalls are open for public with immediate effect.
The forest department has said that the visitors to these waterfalls will purchase entry ticket from the designated entry points.
“All visitors are required to follow prescribed rules and regulations by Forest Department for their own safety and also to avoid any disturbance to wildlife and habitat destruction,” the department has said.
The visitors will also have to abide by several Dos and Don’ts during their visit to these waterfalls.
- PALI SATTARI
- HIVREM SATTARI
- CHARAVNE SATTARI
- GOLAULI SATTARI
- GUNDULDEM SATTARI
- CHIDAMBARAM SATTARI
- NANELI SATTARI
- UKAICHEE KHADEE KUMTHAL SATTARI
- KUMTHAL SATTARI
- MADIYANI GULULEM SATTARI
- KHADEE GULULEM SATTARI
- MAIDA COLLEM
- BHATI NETRAVALI
- KUSKE COTIGAO