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There is a waterfall for enjoying some wonderful time. I heard it is a perennial waterfall, but when I visited in Dec 2018, I was left disappointed with drops of water falling from a rock and nothing else!! However the view of the temple from...More
This was one long drive for seeing nothing. No water during December-18. No number to even call and check if the falls has running water. But really enjoyed the drive. Newly paved roads and green cover very scenic drive compensated for our disappointment.
Jalagamparai Falls is a good drive from the hustles and bustles of the town. We visited the place after monsoon and were not hopeful of finding water in the falls, but it had enough to have a shower underneath. For an enthusiast, the hills provide...More
We were very disappointed to see the pathetic state of this waterfall. Amount of water was very little and so many folks was sharing this for bath. Dirty clothes were lying all around. It is not worth visiting and you should avoid this place.
There is nothing much to see or experience in this place. The waterfall is a seasonal one. For people who have seen water falls in the hills of tamil nadu, there is nothing much here. It is located near the Sivan temple, and one has...More
All you can see in these pictures is all there is, as simple as that.
There is a nice temple associated with it, a Shiva temple. PFA.
Need to climb stairs to reach the falls(not too many). And as all the other falls, this one...More
This is not a straight forward tourist attraction. It is attached to a temple. Go if you like to bath in a comparitively less crowded falls.
Do not follow the google maps route, the roads are very narrow. You will see a road on...More