Which is the best month to visit Jog Falls?

The months of June till September witness heavy rainfall in the region. The monsoon season is the best season to visit Jog falls, as the beauty of the place is enhanced during monsoons. The summer season begins in the month of March and continues till May.

Is Jog Falls worth visiting?

The place is worth seeing during rainy season. The government authorities have made improvements for parking facilities, proper path to enable travellers to enjoy the place. Jog falls are called Indian niagara falls…

Which state is famous for Jog Falls?

Karnataka, India
Jog Falls is a waterfall on the Sharavati river located in the Western Ghats near Sagar Taluk of Shivamogga District, Karnataka, India.

Why is jog fall famous?

Jog Falls are unique as the water does not stream down the rocks in a tiered fashion; it thunders down the slope losing contact with the rocks, making it the tallest un-tiered waterfall in India. The beauty of the waterfalls is enhanced by the lush green surroundings, which provide a scenic backdrop.

How do I get from Gokarna to Jog Falls?

You can get a bus from Gokarna to Kumta every 30 minutes or so. Both KSRTC as well as private buses operate in this route. You can easily get a connecting bus to Jog Falls from Kumta Bus Stand. Any bus which is going to Sagar or Siddapur will go through Jog Falls.

Can we take bath in Jog Falls?

All that i can say is, Worth visiting and a great place.. Note: If you wish to get down to the Falls to take a Bath… Better Enquire about the Flow and visitor allowance.. This is one of the best falls of our country.

Which is the highest waterfall in India?

Kunchikal waterfall
Highest waterfall in India is Kunchikal waterfall located in shimoga district of Karnataka….List of waterfalls in India by height.

Height-wise rank 1
Waterfall Nohkalikai Falls
Height 340m (1115 feet)
Location East Khasi Hills district, Meghalaya
Remarks tallest plunge type waterfalls

Which is highest fall in Karnataka?

List of waterfalls in Karnataka

Name District Details
Suthanabbe Falls or Hanumanagundi Falls Chikmagalur near Kudremukh
Kunchikal Falls Shimoga River Varahi, near Mastikatte in Shimoga district. This is the highest tiered waterfalls in India and second highest in Asia.