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Irpu Falls (Lakshmana Tirtha Falls)

Bhramagiri Range, Nagarhole, Nagarhole National Park, India
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A nice place to hang out...

Since its off season the water quantity is not too much but its sufficient to take bath.. Thanks to... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Bala V
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Good place visit

This place has visiting fee of Rs.50/- per person (Indian national).One need to take a stroll of... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Nishad J
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4 weeks ago
“A nice place to hang out...”
5 weeks ago
“Good place visit”
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Bhramagiri Range, Nagarhole, Nagarhole National Park, India
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Since its off season the water quantity is not too much but its sufficient to take bath.. Thanks to mansoon which started earlier... We can reach the spot from entrance gate by half an hour walk.. The steps hight and steppness are medium which can...More

Thank Bala V
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

This place has visiting fee of Rs.50/- per person (Indian national).One need to take a stroll of 750 mtrs to visit this fall. The approach road has good forest cover and if you are lucky you can get glimpses of Malabar giant squirrel too!

Thank Nishad J
Reviewed 9 May 2017

Good place for a trek with family. Small 1 KM trek is there. Lot of stairs are there. it is not a flat trek. But very convenient. My 2.5 year old son did too and fro by himself. Good place to relax. You can couple...More

Thank SaadTowheed
Reviewed 2 May 2017

Very Good waterfalls with a mini trek, but the roads to the waterfall are no at all in a good condition. But the location and the waterfall pays off for it.

Thank VijayChandra
Reviewed 5 March 2017

Irpu Falls (Lakshmana Tirtha Falls) is also very famous attraction for sightseeing in rameswaram.Irpu Falls (Lakshmana Tirtha Falls) situated near brahmagiri range nagarhole must see.

Thank yogindery
Reviewed 4 February 2017

It is not a good waterfalls for all age group, as you have to walk for about 30 minutes to reach this falls through steep paths through the hill.. and the sharp rocky edges and the landscape of the area is not so well formed...More

Thank Pragatheeswaran R
Reviewed 22 November 2016 via mobile

The falls and view are really good, but upti some meters before the falls foot path is good, but after that only tough rocks to reach the falls, two iron rods are there to reach, especillay ladies and children its very difficult to reach ....

Thank Suresh143cbe
Reviewed 7 September 2016

It was a Divine and Devilish experience :) I know, this statement seems to be a kind of saying "Khatta bhi Meetha bhi". Even I was in the same mood for quite a while until my senses started saying "BRO ITS TIME TO LEAVE"... Reaching...More

Thank clister_dmello
Reviewed 22 August 2016

A little out of the route but a great experience at this solitary waterfall. Travellers can take a dip in the water and get up close unlike Abbey falls near Madikeri.

Thank Garima S
Reviewed 23 July 2016 via mobile

This place is OK to visit along with other trip of yours... Monsoon is the best time... Do not expect much from place but good to combine if you are travelling towards Kabini... Certainly picturesque and you can get some good photos..

Thank Aakash S
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Aaron_Samuel
Hi Frdz, Do we need to trek through dense forest or some kind of peak it is? We are looking for a place which can be reached through dense forest trek. Can u suggest some places?
16 November 2016|
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Response from NaveenPGBangalore | Reviewed this property |
This one is not that sort of, it's simple half km walk from the parking area
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