Jog Waterfalls


Theme - Musings of a Wanderer 
 

Jog waterfalls is the second largest plunge waterfall in India. It is also called as Gersoppa Falls. I visited Jog waterfalls during my road trip to Goa from Bangalore.


There were about 1400 steps that took us to the base of the waterfall. The climb down wasn't tough, but climbing up 1400 steps took the life out of me :P 







B for Bangalore n Balmoral Beach  
C for Coogee Beach 



39 comments:

  1. I love waterfalls- the perfect image of power!

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    1. I love your view about waterfalls... thank you for stopping by :)

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  2. Hiking through canyons and waterfalls is an amazing experience. Your photos are positively gorgeous!

    M. J. Joachim

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  3. Such beautiful shots. I could sense the sound of water falling down with great force.

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    1. thank you so much Usha ji :) Glad you liked them

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  4. Gorgeous shots! You can almost hear the water! ♥

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  5. Have been there twice. Incredible place indeed.

    PhenoMenon
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    1. yes it is. thank you for stopping by :)

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    1. hehehe :) you are missing out on a lot of fun :)

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  7. The climb looked worth it for the photos, but I'll bet it was a long way up.

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    1. yup it was definitely worth it :)
      thank you

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  8. Breathtaking is the word!!! Awesome... Whoa!

    ~S(t)ri
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  9. There's something so appealing and grand about waterfalls. Love the last picture.

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    1. I agree, there is. thank you so much :)

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  10. Such a tall waterfall and so calm a plungepool?

    www.volatilespirits.com

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    1. the pool was indeed surprisingly calm :) thank you stopping by

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  11. Nice to meet you through the #a2zchallenge. What an amazing waterfalls! The pool at the bottom is simply beautiful. Happy Friday!

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    1. thank you so much Cathy. Nice to meet you too :)

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  12. The cooling splash of water makes me happy near waterfalls ....cool pics :)

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    1. Me too me too :) thanks for stopping by

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  13. Jog falls of Karnataka....
    Scenic beauty..

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    1. yes indeed. Thank you for writing in :)

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  14. 1400 steps down could be daunting....thanks for sharing these stellar photos.
    Kathe http://katheworsley.blogspot.com/2014/04/its-feline-friday-april-11-2014.html

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    1. ohh yeah.. almost killed me when I was climbing up. Thank you for stopping by

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  15. Love your photos! You make me want to visit India!
    Cheers,
    Shelagh

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    1. you should some day :) thank you stopping by

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  16. There is such power behind these falls and your pics capture it,

    Carol @ Battered Hope

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  17. Beautiful pictures. Our daughter is from Bangalore.

    Calen~
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