Total 4 Waterfront destination found in Chikkamagaluru

Kalahatti Falls   Chikkamagaluru

Kalahatti Falls, one of the major tourist spots of the region, is located at a distance of 10 km from Kemmangundi. The 122 m high waterfall along with its beautiful surroundings is a favoured tourist spot. Waterfall is also popular with some other names like Kallathigiri Falls and Kalahasthi Falls. Nearby the Kalahatti Falls, there is an ancient temple within the rocks, which is believed to be constructed during the reign of the Vijayanagar Empire. The temple and the waterfall are said to hav

Hebbe Falls   Chikkamagaluru

Hebbe Falls, located 8 km away from Kemmangundi, is a favourite site for solitude seekers. The waterfall that is 168 metres in altitude is situated in Kemmangundi. Like other spring falls in the region, the water stream is believed to cure skin disorders. Enriched with minerals, the water stream is also a source of drinking water in the region. On striking a rock, the waterfall diverges into two separate water streams. Among these diverging streams, the smaller one is known as Chikka Hebbe, w

Hanumana Gundi Falls   Chikkamagaluru

Hanumana Gundi Falls is situated in Kemmangundi National Park between Kudremukh Road and Lakya Dam. The site featuring this beautiful waterfall is a popular hiking spot. The 100 ft waterfall can be accessed from 400 steps that are climbed down from the main road to reach the site. Hanumana Gundi Falls is managed and maintained by forest department of the state government. Visitors can indulge in exploring and hiking activities in the region along with witnessing the beautiful waterfalls.

Manikyadhara Falls   Chikkamagaluru

Manikyadhara Falls, located in proximity to Baba Budan Giri Hills, is a favourite tourist site. Apart from a sightseeing spot, the waterfall is also revered by both Muslims and Hindus alike. Situated in the midst of the Shola Forest, the fall flows throughout the year. Location of the Manikyadhara Falls also offers an opportunity for witnessing beautiful surroundings and greenery on the hills. Manikyadhara, meaning a string of pearls is also associated with a legend. According to the natives,