The bloggers, who National Park Service spokesperson Jaime Richards identified as married couple 29-year-old Vishnu Viswanath and 30-year-old Meenakshi Moorthy who are from India but were living in America, NBC Bay Area reported, fell approximately 800 feet below Taft Point, National Park Service said in a statement.
According to National Park Service, Taft Point is “an area with very steep terrain” it is also a popular spot for tourists trying to get the perfect photo. The attraction features an overlook, allowing visitors to walk to the cliff’s edge. However, there is no railing.
Excited to share their experiences with others, Viswanath and Moorthy created an Instagram account, which has acquired over 12,000 followers. They also ran a blog called Holidays and Happily Ever Afters.
Their account is filled with vibrant and colorful shots from their travels, which includes trips to Italy, Holland and Monument Valley, Arizona.
The couple often found high vantage points to take dramatic photographs including one taken in August last year where they stood on the edge of a platform at Cape Royal which is located in the Grand Canyon.
Viswanath captioned the photo, “Living life on the edge.”