Jog Falls, Karnataka

The second-highest fall waterfall in India, Jog Falls is a chief tourist attraction in Karnataka and is the highest waterfall in the state. Second, to the Nohkalikai Falls of Meghalaya, Jog falls beads about a huge 253 m (850 ft.) in a single fall. However, due to the construction of Linganamakki Dam which is a hydroelectricity plant close by, the flow in the falls is hugely controlled before rains.

Linganamakki Dam

The Linganamakki Dam is positioned in Sagara town, which is about 11 kilometres away from the Jog Falls, Karnataka. The dam was constructed in the year 1964 crosswise the Sharavathi River. The pool receives water mainly through rainfall and the other tributaries of the Sharavathi River. The dam is approximately 3 kilometres long and has 11 gates. Boating facilities are available in one part of the reservoir.


A Golden Lake’ and is recognized for the huge sunrises and sunsets. It is situated about 24 kilometres away from the Jog Falls, Karnataka. Right in the middle of the Sharavathi River’s backwaters, there is an island that is current amongst campers and tourists. The island offers a variety of water adventure activities like kayaking,

Sharavathi Valley and Suspension Bridge

Sharavathi valley lookout and interruption bridge lie on the way from Honnavar to Jog Falls in Karnataka. It is placed in the Honnavar taluka, Uttara Kannada district, 36 kilometres away from the Jog Falls. The bridge is made over the cruelly flowing Sharavathi River and connects two nearby townships. The locals often use the bridge to cross over to the other village. The locals even ride 2-wheeled vehicles on the conduit.

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