The Goa government has lifted the entry ban on 15 waterfalls located within wildlife sanctuaries, but visitors must follow forest department regulations for safety and to avoid disturbing wildlife and damaging habitats.
Chief Wildlife Warden Umakant issued the order with conditions to ensure visitors can enjoy the beauty of these sites while reducing accidents. The ban was imposed on July 12 after two deaths occurred. The 15 waterfalls comprise 12 in Sattari and 3 in South Goa.
Now, tourists can visit these scenic spots while adhering to guidelines set by the forest department to protect the environment and wildlife.