Jogini Waterfall

Jogini Waterfall
Jogini Waterfall

Jogini Waterfall: Jogini Falls is located in the beautiful valley of Manali, about 3 km from the bustling city and about 2 km from the famous Vashistha Temple. What makes it a popular tourist destination is the trek from the Vashistha Temple through pine groves and orchards to the cascading Jogini Falls from a height of 160 feet. Trekkers are mesmerized as they cross several small rivers with a dazzling view of the Beas River and the snow-capped peaks of Rohtang. A complete treat for nature lovers and adventure seekers, Jogini Falls is a must-visit while exploring the breathtaking valley of Manali.

It takes around 3 hours to climb Jogini Falls, so make sure to carry a camera to capture the mind while adding to the beauty of the place. If you want to make a pit stop, there are restaurants along the way that serve local snacks along with a hot cup of tea. The captivating waterfall is considered to be one of the most romantic attractions of Manali, which is full of couples. However, the region is also famous for adventure and recreational activities and is a favorite picnic spot among tourists. Just pack your essentials, put on your trekking gear and go on!

Vashisht Jogini Waterfall Trek

The leisurely 2 km trek to Jogini Falls starts from the Vashistha Temple which is located about 2 km from the main market. You can hail public transport to reach the temple. Auto rickshaws, buses, and taxis are the best modes of public transport in Manali. Those who opt for self-propelled vehicles can park in the temple parking lot for a nominal fee of one hour.

Once you have visited the complex and paid your respects, you can start the trek through a narrow lane adjacent to the temple. The street passes through deodar plantations and beautiful apple orchards. As you walk through the street, you will have a beautiful view of the Beas and Rohtang Rivers. If you want to take a break, there are several small restaurants and foodie joints along the way.

The trek from Vashistha Temple can be completed in a leisurely manner and takes about 45 minutes to reach the base of Jogini Falls where you will see a small temple dedicated to Mata Yogini. This temple is visited by local people who bring their children here for mundan (first shaven). From this point, you can climb up to reach the top of the waterfall or choose to descend on a narrow bank path that will take you to the base of Jogini Falls.

The place has a small pool made of spring water and is perfect for relaxing and taking a dip. If you want to climb to the top of the enchanting Jogini Falls, follow the challenging route from the right side of the lower waterfall. The climb to the top is a bit difficult but the reward is a breathtaking view of the Manali Valley.

Best Time to Visit Jogini Waterfalls

The best time to visit Jogini Falls is during the summer season, that is, between March and May, and during the winter, that is, between October and February. The temperature drops significantly during winters, while it remains pleasant throughout the summer and both seasons make a trip to the waterfall an incredible adventure.


  1. Wear appropriate trekking gear and warm clothing, if necessary.
  2. Tourists are responsible for their own safety.
  3. It is advised that tourists trek in groups and start the trek early in the morning to return safely before dark.
  4. Drink enough water and keep yourself hydrated.
  5. There are a few guest houses on the way. Tourists can stay if needed.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Jogini Waterfall

Q. How long is the Jogini Falls Trek?

A – The Jogini Water Trek starts from the sleepy town of Vashisht and is followed by a trek of about 3 km. It is a gentle walk through the forest and the views of Rohtang and Beas river on your left. It is at a distance of about 3 KM from Vashistha temple.

Q. Is Jogini Falls Trek Difficult?

A – The difficult route to the waterfall has no clearly defined route, rather you have to climb a slippery rock wall with Jogini Falls on one side and a deep gorge on the other. This route is really very risky for those who specialize in trekking or rock climbing.

Q. Why is Jogini Falls famous?

A – It is sacred to the village goddess Jogini and hence is a place of female power, known as Shakti Peeth. One can enjoy an invigorating dip below these cascading falls while admiring the snow-capped mountains all around. There is a small temple below the waterfall and the main shrine (small temple) below it.

Q. Is Jogini Falls worth seeing?

A – A huge waterfall and you can be very close to it. It is also a divine and peaceful place. There is a meditation place near it. The perfect half-day trip to Manali with family and friends.

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