Locked in the Sagara taluka of Karnataka, the Jog waterfalls, also called as Jogada Gundi in the local language, is one of the top most tourist destinations in this part of the country.
Created by the Sharavathi river that flows over a very rocky bed about 250 yards wide, reaches a tremendous chasm, 290 m (960 ft) deep, and the water comes down in four distinct falls. The Raja Fall pours in one unbroken column sheer to the depth of 830 ft (250 m). Halfway down it is encountered by the Roarer, another fall, which precipitates itself into a vast cup and then rushes violently downwards at an angle of forty-five degrees to meet the Raja. A third fall, the Rocket, shoots downwards in a series of jets; while the fourth, the Rani, moves quietly over the mountain side in a sheet of foam.
The Jog falls gets its name from the word, Joga which literally means waterfall and many localities still refer these falls as Joga.
We are pleased to escort you to this beauty of a destination that is a must visit after the arrival of the rain gods every year.