Bisle is a mountain pass, part of western ghats connecting Kukke Subramanya with Coorg where mother nature has showered her choiciest blessings. The area has thick evergreen forests. The scenery round about the ghat is highly enchanting. Bisle view point near Bisle Ghat (5 Km from Bisle village) offers you the magnificent view of the three mountain ranges – Yenikallu Betta (Hassan district), Doddabetta and Pushpagiri (Kodagu district)/Kumaraparvatha (Dakshina Kannada district). A lot of mountains, forest, gushing streams and water falls can be viewed from here.
Travelling via Bisle Ghat gives you a thrilling experience. You can see and enjoy many waterfalls (especially during rainy season) besides savouring the scenic beauty on the way. The route open heartedly welcomes tourists, the trekkers, the artists and to nyone who wishes to escape the heat & dust of the plains to breathe the exhilarating air of the hills and enjoy the spectacle of the variegated mountain scenery. There is pleasure in every step you take in these enchanted route and in every gurgle you hear in the clear mountain streams. You can also enjoy by seeing peacocks, monkeys, deer’s and snakes and saying hello to them in their natural habitats!. It is a nature lover’s true delight. Be one with the nature in its most pristine form.
Mallalli 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.
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.