Dudhsagar literally means "Sea of Milk". Once you are there you will literally sea water as "milk" an illusion created by the high speed fall of water.
There is also a story behind the name of the fall. The story goes that there was a princess who used to bath at falls with her maidens, one day a man stopped by on hearing the voices of pricess and her maidens.
The maidens, built a virtual curtain of milk to hide the princess from the sight of the man and thereby helping her safeguard her modesty.
Entry Fee is Applicable. For Still Camera - Rs 300 Extra and For Professional Equipments - Rs 5000.
Dudhsagar is more than 2 hours drive from Panjim. Moreover, it's not a direct journey.
You would be required to go by foot or rail for 1 km to the falls.
There is also a provision for for going by 4 wheel drive jeeps, which drop you and bring you back after 1 hour 30 minutes.
By rail one needs to go to Kulem railway station and then trek/walkto the waterfall.