Most of you may want to go out on a vacation once the COVID-19 is no more a risk. And we are aware most of you must have had planned your itinerary too and are considering taking a tour to the Bahamas, Bora Bora and more.
Well, that’s cool, but if you are someone like me considering to visit some great place in India, then we have a great suggestion. Take a look at this viral video posted by Twitter user Erik Solheim.
The video captures Jog falls in Karnataka in its full glory and is one place you can visit in the post-COVID world. The amazing waterfall comes to life, especially during the monsoon season and offers a sight to behold.
Jog Falls is India’s tallest waterfall tucked 100 kms from Shimoga city in Karnataka. This waterfall is situated in the dense evergreen forests, 16 kms from Thalaguppa railway station in Shimoga district.
This is the same waterfall in the month of June 1st week pic.twitter.com/IpMeUwCjgG— ಆದರ್ಶ ಸಜ್ಜನ್ (@aduhv209) August 2, 2020
The water falls from the height of 829 feet in four magnificent cascades namely Raja, Rani, Roarer and Rocket. And the best time to visit the place is during the winter season.
Once the video caught the eye of the netizens, they just can’t stop talking about it. Have a look:
It is good that our govt has not promoted these places, else people from western country will start pouring in and make permanent damage by throwing plastic waste and stuff.— Anil (@anilamin4you) August 2, 2020
Better to safeguard these place from western vulture who have spolied their country now looking outside
It's our Jogg pic.twitter.com/ZQIUnLzZYN— Vinay Bhushan (@vinaykumargt) August 2, 2020
I m still living in Karnataka how the hell I didn't knew abt it?I m so gonna explore this place as soon as this corona ends??this looks like heaven— Rockstar_Tiger (@HarshTigerian) August 2, 2020
1st target we are out of this pandemic situation…. Beautiful— Amrendra Kumar Mishra (@amrendrakmishra) August 2, 2020
There many more like this, undiscovered, unregulated.— Mukeshchand Thakur (@thakurwid2hands) August 2, 2020
Thank you for the share sir we are proud of this natural beauty which is in our state and country— Abhi (@Abtweets3003) August 1, 2020
So who else is coming along?