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Jogini Waterfall, Manali

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If you're looking for a manageable hike in a peaceful natural environment, make the trek to Jogini Waterfall. You'll be walking for about an hour each way, traversing streams and woods, until you reach the picturesque waterfall tumbling down the cliff face. Look out for the shrine near the falls, dedicated to the village's protective goddess--said to reside in its white waters. Consider bringing a picnic along with you to enjoy at your destination, but be sure to carry all your trash away with you. To visit Jogini Waterfall on your trip to Manali, use our Manali planner.
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  • Since the hill was steep, one can get clear views only from few locations. En route, one can visit apple garden, enjoy zipline ride to reduce some walking 
    Since the hill was steep, one can get clear views only from few locations. En route, one can visit apple garden, enjoy zipline ride to reduce some walking  more »
  • Jogni Water fall is a best waterfall in Manali , the best thing about destination is that the clean environment around . 
    Jogni Water fall is a best waterfall in Manali , the best thing about destination is that the clean environment around .  more »
  • Recently travelled to Manali and rented a bike to go around the city. The ride to Jana falls was a great experience to feel the roads in mountain. Some of the spot was complete off roading experience. 
    Recently travelled to Manali and rented a bike to go around the city. The ride to Jana falls was a great experience to feel the roads in mountain. Some of the spot was complete off roading experience.  more »
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  • Went to these falls with a few friends. It was a fun trek which took about 2 hrs to trek up. In parts it was steep - but not too difficult. The views along the way were gorgeous.. We trekked up to the higher part of the falls.. It was raining and there was also a small 5 inch or so pool that was created around the falls.. It was really beautiful.. On the way back one can stop over to have maggi as a reward after a good trek :)
  • Been here multiple times, the experience only gets better each time I visit. A small hike (need to be fit in order to complete it though) leads to the main falls. The place is beautiful beyond words. Only request to everyone visiting is to not play music or hoot or throw litter - it's a local religious and meditation site, please appreciate nature silently.
  • One of those treks where the journey and destination both are breathtakingly beautiful. From bahang, it's just a one hour trek but might be a little challenging for first-timers. If you've done treks before, this trek will be basic for you, still tricky at times due to slippery routes caused by snow in winters. There's another longer route (2.5 hrs) from Vashisht temple which is comparatively easier. Be prepared to feel a bit chilly near the waterfall since it sprays its cold fine mist on you. Lastly, I really recommend everyone to do this trek as it's SO worth it. The moment you witness the majestic waterfall with the ever-present rainbow at its base after the tiring trek, you'll be spellbound. I promise!
  • There are 2 waterfalls. A small one and a big one. Small waterfall will barely take 5 minutes to reach. From there you can start to trek to the bigger waterfall. Trek is fairly easy and good for beginners. It will take around 1 hour to trek up. Around 70 percent of initial trek is steep climb. Later on, it gets plain, however, very narrow. Do not travel during evening as you don’t want to trek down after sunset in dark. Not a lot of people would be there at night and the place would become dangerous owing to animals and steep Cliff.
  • A challenging trek (particularly in the winter months due to slippery trail), well worth undertaking, leads to this gigantic waterfall. Although there are small waterfalls on the way, it's worth the effort and the views to hike up to the main waterfall. It's massive and full of water, quite a sight to behold.

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