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Memories of 2013 - Travel Vignettes - Jog Falls

What can I say about my visit to the Jog Falls this year, except, once again, show you a pic!!!!





If anything surpassed the gorgeous falls, it was sighting this fellow nearby!

Indian Tiger Centipede
Even after spending one whole day just looking at the falls, every time I see a new photo of the falls, I wish I can go there again. The feeling is especially strong, since this was yet another trip this year when we left Shankar behind! 

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  1. Really looked beautiful.

    DO coracle boat rides also run at this place. I have heard that somewhere near Shimoga, you will find the coracle.

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    1. Thanks Rachit. there are no coracles here, but there are boats/ coracles further down, on the sharavati... but no idea exactly where, since we went in monsoon,when boating isnt possible.

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  2. Beautiful blog.! For expend your holidays with beautiful places contact Travel to india!

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  3. is it possible to go down the waterfalls? i think this fall has acted in many films :)

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