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Central Karnataka : Sagara
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Sagara is a city in Central Karnataka, most famous for it's proximity to Jog Falls.

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  • Jog Falls (Kannada: ಜೋಗ ಜಲಪಾತ), is a large waterfall 30 kilometres (19 mi) away, created by the Sharavathi River falling from a height of 253 meters (829 ft), the highest plunge of an Indian waterfall. The segmented falls are a major tourist attraction, also known as Gerusoppe falls, Gersoppa Falls and Jogada Gundi. There are many waterfalls in Asia - and also in India - which drop from a higher altitude. But, unlike those falls, Jog Falls is untiered, i.e., it drops directly and does not stream on to rocks. Thus, it can be described as the highest untiered waterfalls in India. August-December is considered the season of best flow and the best time to visit - the nearest Train Station is Shivamogga.


1) River rafting can be made at Honnemaradu around 20 km from jog falls. router to honnemaradu : start from jog travel to kargal. then to hiremane then take a deviation to honnemaradu.

2) Near by sagara there are anicient temples at keladi and ikkeri.

3) Siganduru : panoramic views of western ghats can be seen while travelling to this place. it is around 30 km from sagara. we have to cross sharavati river by ferry will be a good experience.



There are few hotels in sagara where you can get veg/non veg food.



Stay can be made at sagar about 30 km from jog falls. Mayura Hotels (KSTDC) have Sharavati and Tunga blocks with 10 rooms each. Half of them are two bedded and others are three bedded. The rates are cheap compared to private hotels and could be booked online [1]. The Sharavati blocks provide a wonderful view of the falls. Checkin time is 12 noon. Both blocks have western-type toilets but the Tunga block doesn't have hot watter facility. There is one more 10-bedded dormitory in Tunga block.

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