Manjehalli Waterfalls

Manjehalli Waterfalls, Sakleshpur: Address, Manjehalli Waterfalls Reviews: 4/5

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AanchalDhar
Bengaluru, India26 contributions
Beautiful little Waterfall!
Nov 2020
The drive to this waterfall is amazing. One must park their cars on the road and take a short downward flight of steps to get to the falls. It has 3 levels and at each level you can enter the fall & touch water. Its not a huge fall but has a good flow of water & is clean. Since the area is around is quite narrow I would suggest going on week days as I feel on week ends it would be crowded not just by tourists but also by locals.
Written 1 December 2020
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Shanrav
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Visit during november to march for gorgeous scenic view
Feb 2020 • Friends
1. Take help of Google maps and u will stop by a place where there is a small notice board pointing downwards for this falls
2. It takes almost 1 hr of journey from sakleshpura but worth the time of travel
3. Beware of snakes on the rocksides. We people spotted snakes in three places but one good thing is snakes aren't entering into water. So need not worry
4. Careful with the slippery rocks while walking through the stream
5. One who likes fish spa would enjoy lots here. (I couldn't bear it and fell many times because of it only)
Written 20 February 2020
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Abhishek D
Hyderabad, India40 contributions
Amazing Experience
Sep 2019
A beautiful spot in Sakleshpur for a stop over and enjoy the natural water falls with family. With a lot of crowd visiting the place, it's quite safe for visitors. The approach downwards towards the fall is steep and difficult for senior citizens and kids to walk upon.

No changing rooms or any facility like that available however the place is very scenic and natural. Rocks are slippery so one has to be careful whilst walking.

Refreshments in small kiosks are available at the entry.
Written 14 November 2019
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Mohit
Noida, India324 contributions
Beautiful and calm
Aug 2019
First of all, if you are searching on Google maps, search for Abbe Gundi waterfalls. This is a small waterfall and if you do not use google maps, you will surely miss it.

You will have to take a detour from the Hassan - Sakleshpur state highway. On the road where the descent to the waterfall begins, you will see some vehicles parked. Since this is a small waterfall, there are not many tourists who come here. Plus, there is absolutely no commercial activity around here. Not even a tea stall.

The descent is very easy and takes around 2 minutes. There are 2-3 spots where you can sit and soak your feet in ice cold water. If you come prepared you may even bathe there. It's very quiet and the small waterfall itself is very beautiful. If you love nature you can easily spend an hour or more here.

You can even have a small picnic, provided there are not many people there at the time you visit. There is a small flat area close to the stream where you can have a little picnic.
Written 24 August 2019
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motyer
Chennai, India101 contributions
Very beautiful
Apr 2019 • Family
Had an awesome time at the waterfalls. Uneven track to reach the end point of the falls, not for the elderly or unsure of foot. The path to go under the waterfall itself was very very slippery and we fell thrice. Caution advised but once there you’re in for an awesome experience. The sheer pressure of the water, the temperature, rainbows forming in the spray.... not an experience go to miss....
Written 21 April 2019
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NAAG CHITTA
Hassan, India22 contributions
GOOD PLACE
Mar 2019 • Solo
I NAAG CHITTA, I VISITED THIS place 30-mar 2019, when i visited this place, where were no much water, even tho there is no much water but many a ppl i seen in that place. but i seen few pics in GOOGLE, It look very beautiful, now i am feeling to visit this water falls again in the month of aug 2019..

i think this place is 25 km from SAKALESHPURA, bike is best this to travel this place, one more best part of this place is, near by this place i found a many HOME STAY TO stay there....
Written 1 April 2019
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Anilkant R
Bengaluru, India4 contributions
Manjehalli water fall
Jan 2019 • Family
Road is good, traffic is moderate, drive is through hill roads, driving is really pleasure some. It's a small water fall. One hour is sufficient to visit this water fall. No entrance fee.
Good place for photography.
Written 18 January 2019
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bhaswati
Bengaluru, India31 contributions
Also known as Abbi Gundi Falls
Jan 2019 • Couples
This is a really beautiful place for nature lovers. The road towards the falls from Sakleshpur is very green. You may not get connection for Google maps, but the people on the road will help you out. From the road it's very easy to get down to the falls. The river is flowing among the rocks and trees. You may take a bath there if you wish.
Written 17 January 2019
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MarieJose
12 contributions
A cool and rejuvenating picnic spot
Nov 2018
Magjahalli Waterfalls is yet another tourist attraction of Sakleshpura. A cool bathe beneath the gurgling stream is a refreshing activity here. Enjoying the natural beauty by standing beneath the waterfall is the most comfortable activity and excitement for everyone. It also offers a wonderful landscape for the shutterbugs and also serves as a rejuvenating picnic spot for the tourists in Sakleshpura
Written 5 January 2019
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ajapetrus
Mahe, India818 contributions
Manjahalli (Magjahalli) Waterfalls
Nov 2018 • Family
Also known as Abbi Gundi Falls (Abbi Falls), located at about 21 Km from Sakleshpur bus stand, Manjahalli (Magjahalli) Waterfalls is one of the most gorgeous Sakleshpur tourist places. At the foothills of the Pushpagiri Mountains in northern Coorg, the Kumaradhara River falls off a cliff nestled amidst splendid greenery to form this Manjahalli Falls as a picturesque location. The river then continues its course through Kukke Subrahmanya to ultimately merge with the Netravati river. The monsoon months and the post monsoon months up to November/December are the best season to visit this waterfall as it gets dried up during the summer months. There is no entry fee but the visitors have to register their names in the registry before entering the Waterfalls area. The waterfall can be visited from 8:00 am in the morning to 5:30 pm in the evening. It is a good adventure-cum-leisure picnic site. But be careful about the slippery rocks beneath the streams. We visited in November and the falls and the streams were still lively and charming.
Written 28 December 2018
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