Jana Waterfalls is at a distance of 32 km from Manali. It is inside a small village known as Jana. It is surrounded by pine trees, deodar trees, apple orchards, and stunning snow-covered mountain peaks.
At first sight, tourists will be surprised because the falls are quite hidden. The water unexpectedly rushes from a cluster of rocks overlooking a wooden bridge. You can leisurely swim in the small pool of this falls or can enjoy a refreshing bath. You can also trek up the hill which provides lovely surroundings and a better view of the waterfall.
The trek is easier compared to many other it the region. It can be completed by beginner hikers too. There is a seating arrangement too. It is used by tired souls to rest for a while before they return. One can sit and have a blast with family and friends here. A visit to Jana waterfalls is a must while exploring Manali.
You can also visit Jana waterfall while going to Bijli Mahadev temple. Jana Waterfalls looks more adorable due to the presence of a small wooden bridge. The best time to visit Jana waterfalls is in September. There are at least 3 to 4 buses are arranged from Naggar town to these waterfalls per day. That is why there is no problem with travel.