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Mallalli Falls

Somvarpet 573123, India
+91 88949 17116
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Mallalli falls

Beautiful especially in monsoon.A number of steps leads to the water which I heard could be... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
MallikarjunIndia
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India
Brilliant Place especially during monsoon

Best time to travel to this place is during monsoon. Enjoy the view, however, don't go beyond... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Vishweshwar S
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Beautiful especially in monsoon.A number of steps leads to the water which I heard could be dangerous. We watched and watched from a height.

Thank MallikarjunIndia
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Best time to travel to this place is during monsoon. Enjoy the view, however, don't go beyond recommended points as it may not be safe due to heavy waterflow and slippery rocks.

1  Thank Vishweshwar S
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Nested in middle of western Ghats, not much know to people. This falls in Pushpagiri Range is perfect gateway on a weekend. Visit during monsoon is perfect timing.Be ready to trek down the falls if looking for real adventures.

1  Thank Rakesh G
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Wonderful view... One of the best places making worth all that effort. Very less corwded and wonderful sight. Prepare to get wet, as no rainwear will help you there if it's raining also.

Thank Shashvat K
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Reviewed 29 May 2018 via mobile

Visited Mallalli Falls at the end of monsoon (last week of September) and the falls was absolutely stunning. One needs to climb down quite a few steps to reach the base of the waterfall. Since we were the quite late and lost day light, we...More

Thank Shruja
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Reviewed 26 May 2018

The falls are situated at a distance of 25 kilometres from Somwarpet.Mallalli falls - its orchestra of water, good location.The best time to visit the falls is the monsoon season as during this time the falls have plenty of water. Even the greenery around is...More

1  Thank sreekanthmohanan87
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Reviewed 12 May 2018 via mobile

It looked easy from the top and went all the way down near the falls. It was a beautiful view no doubt. But it was crazy walking all the way up. It was worth it I loved watching the greenery and the falls.

4  Thank Samyukta J
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Reviewed 12 May 2018 via mobile

When I saw the photos of this place I thought of giving it a try. Pics straight from Bahubali 1 water fall. But reaching this place is though through some beautiful coffee plantation areas but once you reach this place you realise how tourism department...More

1  Thank Shandham
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Reviewed 24 March 2018 via mobile

Trek up and down to the falls (~600 steps) is good. There are jaw dropping lookouts in the trek path and some of those are not guarded by rails so need to be very careful. Hopefully, the steps in the trek path will be set...More

7  Thank Karthick P
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Reviewed 14 March 2018

To enjoy this place, you will definitely walk for long. I this it was nearly 800 steps, but not sure i forget. We visited this place last November, 2017. Don't go with a mind that you can bath here, The water from falls is in...More

6  Thank Raviraj96
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Saurabh M
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Response from arun s | Reviewed this property |
Yes, It does! And this is the right season as well.
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msp2611
5 April 2018|
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Response from HulikalKeshava | Reviewed this property |
It may mot have lots of water but it will not go dry as there is a check dam above and water is released regularly. Avoid getting deep in water and cautious to walk on rocks in water which are slippery. Have a nice trip
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