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Story by Kashyapi Agarwal

 Rated : 5.0

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A must-do for every adventure lover. We had an amazing local guide, Deven with us, passionate and professional. Services were commendable. We also had a money safe guarantee. Thanks Thrillophilia.

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Story by Kamlesh Nambeesan

 Rated : 5.0

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Our driver, Rajat was very punctual and he picked us right on time. the view of falls was amazing and it wss great experience booing from Thrillophilia... Kudos team...

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Story by Ekalavya Abbott

 Rated : 5.0

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I never knew that you could go on a jungle safari in Goa. The safari was really nice, as we also crossed some streams and visited spice plantation. Our guide Aman was really friendly and nice. My family really enjoyed it. We also spent some quality time around the Dudhsagar waterfall. The food and all the services provided were satisfactory.

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Story by Gaurav

 Rated : 5.0

You guys are providing the best trips and we are so delighted to have our trip booked from u guys. Awesome experience, good guidance, simple and tasty food, proper arrangements. Thank you Thrillophilia and Rishab Sharma for your guidance of the trip. Very happy with the services u are providing and the kind of transparency with the customers. I will always book my tours from this app only, best trip. Thank you Thrillophilia......

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Story by MAYURA RAMTEKE

 Rated : 5.0

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It was a great tour and reasonable in terms of pricing. Definitely worth going.

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Story by Aditya Rathore

 Rated : 5.0

Trip was amazing... well organised.. Kudos

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Story by Naveen Naveen

 Rated : 5.0

Best experience, water was freezing cold

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Story by Shaik Salma

 Rated : 5.0

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Awesome experience. Should & must visit.... its a place where you would enjoy a lot

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Story by YUVARAJA karuppanan

 Rated : 5.0

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Nice atmosphere but travelling distance from north goa is little more ......

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Story by Achilleas Kouris

 Rated : 5.0

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It was an amazing tour!!The swimming in the falls, jungle and the tour in plants was memorable!!!

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Story by Abraham Jefferson

 Rated : 5.0

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I was the only one who was tagged along with a Russian tourist group....as I got into the van I was like wow....I'm the odd one out...anyways,the tour guide,Irena was very considerate to explain me the places in English...we visited the old goa churches and after tat we hit the glorious dudhsagar falls.....it was just spectacular view and a cooling swim,and the ride to it was just bumpy and crossing the streams were adventurous,not a everyday thing u do....returning back was the long ride back to our lunch,which was held at the spice plantation,to my expectations it's was just less than a 20min. tour seemed to be held at the back yard rather than being taken through the large field of spices...so I guess the tour title should have more of spice garden than of plantation(or maybe I expected too much out the word \"plantations\"... lol)...moving on,it was all in all a memorable trip...I advise everyone who's travelling alone to take it....and finally to the tour organisers,kindly enquire prior the preferential language of communication,than just tagging anyone with a foreign group...I was cool enough to consider it as a new experience,others might not feel the same....Hey,to my surprise I also made some interesting conversation with Russian tourist,you'll never know wat life brings to Ur experience as go exploring the world.

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Story by Sumit Dey

 Rated : 5.0

Enjoyed a lot. A must visit place. And the tour was very well organised. Awesome experience.

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Story by Yoginder Gupta

 Rated : 5.0

Who would have taught a jungle in Goa would make our holiday all the more fun and spicy? this was truly a fun and exciting experience for all of us!

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Story by Himani Nair

 Rated : 4.0

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On our first trip to Goa, we tried visiting the fall on a rented bullet but we were stopped stating that it requires special permits. We came back disappointed, booked this trek from Thrillophilia and now unable to forget the sight of the mighty Dudhsagar. Thanks, team!

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Story by Sahil Dudeja

 Rated : 4.0

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Pick up was done at 5:20 AM and some customers were not on time, so we started from Calangute around 5:45 AM. It was a new traveller with sitting capacity of 12 people. Cabbie was driving very fast & risky in the morning. Then he stopped us at a breakfast place (self paid and expensive one) and went for buying tickets. By the time we had breakfast, he had arranged tickets & two jeeps to take us to Dudhsagar falls. We paid 30rs (self paid) for DSLR to take to Falls. Jeep Driver was very Experienced and knew a lot about that area. Then we were given 90 minutes to visit falls and come back to Jeep parking. After reaching to the starting point back in Jeep, we were transported to Atreya Spice Farm in same traveller. We were shown the different spices and how Fenny is made, then we went for lunch in Farm. After lunch, we started for return journey to Calangute. On the way, we spent 10 minutes at Ganpati Temple in Panji. We were dropped to Calangute at 3:30 PM.

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Story by Satyen Chattopadhyay

 Rated : 4.0

Had a really good time In Goa, Thanks to the tour, my wife was very happy to visit the spice plantation, she liked it and my kids also enjoyed the it. For me it was dudhsagar waterfall, i would recommend everyone to visit that place once.

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Story by Amitabha Mukherjee

 Rated : 4.0

We started from our hotel at 6 AM and were picked up by AC bus which picked up other fellow passengers for about an hour. Finally, we started from Goa at 7.15 hrs and reached Kulem at 8.30 AM where we had our breakfast. Our attendant told that we need to wait for half an hour to get the pass for Doodhsagar, which is 12 kms from Kulem where no outside vehicles are allowed except their own numerous Bolero jeeps. We had to wait for 2 hours to get the pass and started journey by Bolero Jeep at 11 AM. The road is made of soil and rock which make the vehicle bump all the journey of 12 kilometers. The sightseeing was really good. We reached Doodhsagar and the view enchanting. Water flows from high altitude which seems to see like milk and hence the name. We spend there for around two hours and came back by the same road to reach Kulem. From there we visited spice garden, had our lunch (free buffet) and had a walk in the spice garden. The guide, Sonali was knowledgable in her domain and explained everything nicely. From there we started for our place and reached hotel at around 9 PM. Points to be noted: While visiting Doodhsagar from Kulem, Forest Dept. will mark your water bottles which, you need to show to them while coming back. Hence please don not lose your bottle or throw it away even it’s empty. Be very cautious of the monkeys which almost snatch your belongings and throw in the water to search for food items. You should NEVER keep your bag/ belongings on the ground or unattended. The rocks under the water are extremely slippery and if you take a bath or get down in the water, be extra cautious else you can meet with a fatal accident The overall experience was good though it can be done better if educated attendants are appointed for better Management.

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Story by Amitabha Mukherjee

 Rated : 4.0

It was an amazing experience to visit Doodhsagar Water Falls, though the wait time to ride for the jeep safari was too long (about 2.5 hours). I think the best time to visit here is Jan-Feb as other months it's very hot and scorching

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Story by pawan raju

 Rated : 4.0

It was an awesome travel experience. The guide explained everything about the rules of visit and arranged everything properly. It was really nice to see how the jeep goes through the streams of water and into the forest for a long time until reaching the falls. Although did'nt step into the water over there, I washed the hands in the water and it was pretty cold. I heard that it would be gushing water and comparatively it was not as much maybe because of summer. Took some cool pics and it was worth the journey. The spice plantation I felt was unnecessary. Food was'nt that great inside and should be excluded from this trip. All in all a wonderful experience

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Story by Jason Floyd

 Rated : 4.0

I'm really glad I chose to book the trip instead of driving. Many of the roads to get there weren't roads and my data on my phone cut out 3/4 of the way there. Having the bus pick me up and take me saved me so much frustration. The trip itself was enjoyable. Not enough time at the falls, but it was still a good experience. The spice plantation was a bit of a let down though. Our guide was knowledgeable but the tour of the plantation was over rather quick. That being said, it was also a good experience and I'd recommend it.

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Story by Sunil Kumar

 Rated : 4.0

Swimming at DudhSagar waterfall was an awesome feeling. Though the water was little cold, body adjusted after 5 minutes. Spend a solid 1 hr swimming at this water fall. Luckily, got an "Chennai Express" feeling when 2 trains passed on the railway trek visible from water fall. The view from DudhSagar view point was perfect. Lunch and Ambiance at Spice plantation was perfect after a swimming workout and a dare devil Jeep Safari Ride. "A must do" activity, I must say.

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Story by Rajinder Bandopadhyay

 Rated : 4.0

It was fun. Not all of it but most part of it. On our way we visited the Old Goa Church Basilica of Bom Jesus, which surprisingly was very much loved by my daughter. The church still looks beautiful and you can feel the portugese vibes here. overall the trip was really good.

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Story by Som Kapoor

 Rated : 4.0

Wow! It was a complete package for me. Sight seeing and the jungle discovery was a great fun. We also encountered dudh sagar waterfall, the ole temple and the old Goa Church in our way. I loved the elephant ride when we were visiting the spice plantaion. overall a really good deal for one day to spend in Goa. i will suggest people to stay close to dudhsagar if anyone is planning.

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Story by Marut Gill

 Rated : 4.0

Jungle safari was a really a nice fun, We were a group of five friends, and enjoyed it very much. It was a moderate jungle and there were many other groups also were having this fun, we clicked some awesome snaps there, the best part is the drive and the end destination. dudhsagar waterfall what a amazing place that was.Later, we headed towards the spice plantation tour, except the spice plantations there were nothing else to see but still the place is worth visiting.

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Story by Kamala Saini

 Rated : 4.0

Everytime I go Goa it gives me something new, I just love the place!! Goa is full of tourists places really, it was my fifth trip to Goa and this this I was having this amazing adventurous fun called Jungle safari and spice plantation tour, Like all other places of Goa this is also a unique place in itself and offers completely different things to you. Jungle safari was a great fun, where we went out to explore the jungle , though we had a very good guide with us but we were exploring the jungle by ourself, it is not hard actually. Spice plantation was yet another adventure for me where I got to see hundreds of spices being grown at a single place, the guide told all about that spices there. We had started with the visit to the waterfall with a jeep ride experience through the jungle and the bumpy riverbed. I loved the site!!

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