8 Splendid Waterfalls To Watch During Monsoon Season

Jog Falls:

Jog Falls is created by Sharavathi River in the borders of Shimoga and Dhaksinna Kannada district of Karnataka. Dropping from an altitude of 830 ft which makes it the second highest plunge waterfall in India after Nohkalikai Falls in Meghalaya. The falls offer splendid views in monsoons as with increasing thrust from Lingana Makki reservoir.


Views of Dudhsagar from far distances might confuse you a bit, as it may look like gallons of milk dropping from peak at an altitude of 1017ft thus the falls got its name ‘Dudhsagar’ which means ‘ocean of milk’. This falls is amidst the thick forest of Western Ghats and goes almost dry during off-season.

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