Waterfalls

 

Mallalli Waterfalls:

mallalli waterfallsMallalli waterfalls is situated in the foothills of Pushpagiri mountains, around 50 km from Kukke Subramanya. The Kumaradhara river is the main watercourse for this waterfall. The Water in the falls in only during the monsoon season and there is no availability of water during the other seasons, hence it is advisable for the tourists to travel during the monsoon season to visit the Mallalli falls.‚Äč

There are two views, one from the top (far view) and another from bottom of the falls to which visitors have to walk down for around 500 metres with beautiful waterfalls in the scenery. Tourists are allowed to take bath, play and get refreshed in the waterfalls under security guard’s watch. The entry to the waterfalls closes at 5:30pm.

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Chamadka Waterfalls:

chamadka waterfallsOne of the unexplored waterfalls in Dakshina Kannada district. It is amidst lush green spread of western ghat and just around 35 km from Kukke Subramanya.

Get acquainted with the hypnotizing natural phenomenon of waterfalls of Chamadka, graciously provided by Mother Nature herself. The best time to visit will be during the monsoon when the waterfalls in full gush and also during the beginning of winter. Worth a visit.

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Kalyala Waterfalls:

kalyala waterfallsKalyala waterfalls is located at a distance of 60 km from Kukke Subramanya. Situated in the middle of thick forest, it has remained least explored waterfalls in the surroundings.The perennial water fall and pool on the backdrop of sharply raising hillocks.

This place also makes visitors experience trekking, as one has to climb down black thick rocks which are steep and slippery during peak-monsoon. Leaches show their presence too!!

Tourists can refresh by having bath in pure water, being careful about the water flow in case of sudden rainfall.

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Devaragundi Waterfalls:

devaragundi waterfallDevaragundi waterfalls is at a distance of 55 km from Kukke Subramanya. The waterfalls is very remote and is 3km from Thodikana temple and situated in the base of the forest with areca and spice plantation surrounding it.

The place clearly shows the play between the water and the black firm rocks and encourages visitors to play and get refreshed and get adventurous. But it is bit dangerous to step on the rocks as they are slippery, and lack of security measures.

 

Anadka Water Falls:

anadka waterfallsAnadka falls, which has elevated the beauty of forest in Didupe village, with the crystal clear water, gushing amidst the rocky path, thus providing a magnificent view to the visitors. If the picturesque falls with the greenery in its backdrop gives picture perfect view to those who love to capture the sight in the lens, the intense waterfall without fail would persuade one to drench in the chill water, the memory of which would last for a long time.

Water falls in a thick green ambience makes a beautiful view.It is a cozy and unexposed place, which has not yet grabbed the attention of the tourists.Come! Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Anadka falls!

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