Devaragundi Falls

Devaragundi Falls, Kodagu (Coorg): Address, Devaragundi Falls Reviews: 4.5/5

Devaragundi Falls
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Np1
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Nov 2019 • Family
It is a great hike with kids through the forest. The waterfall is untouched and beautiful. The only problem we faced is that Google maps stops you about 3 km away from the actual hiking spot. You can ask around and continue. The hike itself is uphill for about 2km. Jeeps can go quite near that spot but since we did not have one we chose to hike.best time is morning.It starts becoming dark at 6pm
Written 29 November 2019
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Khyati
Vapi, India543 contributions
Jan 2018 • Couples
This beautiful waterfall which are notucb visited by people but is really very nice place to see and feel the nature with cool breeze and nice scenic place..
Written 30 August 2018
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Anshad U
9 contributions
Jun 2017 • Friends
Awesome..😘 awesome😘 awesome♥
Visit during monsoon season......
Sullia to thodikana 15Km,and 2km trekking to waterfall.
Written 30 July 2017
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vishakhamht
Mumbai, India148 contributions
Oct 2016 • Family
Devaragundi Falls is for nature lover people it is beautiful place in coorg , one can see moutain breezy air , water fall , super nice atmosphere.
Written 19 November 2016
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Alwyn L
Mangalore, India394 contributions
Oct 2016 • Family
One of the tourist spot in Coorg.It is situated near Sri mallikarjuna Temple Thodikana. After reaching the falls, you feel 'Oh'. it is very goo, but little slippery. Cold water, cold breeze will make you in a different World. Not mush people visit this place.
Written 31 October 2016
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KA461
Mangalore, India155 contributions
Sep 2014 • Solo
Devaragundi, meaning 'Rockhole of God', is a waterfall in India. It is created by one of the mountain streams at Thodikana. It can be reached by going further for about 1.5 kilometres from Sri Mallikarjuna Temple towards the Patti Hills. One must cross two streams, climb uphill, and walk through a private arecanut farm to view this magnificent waterfall. It is cautioned that no one should step into the water in the surrounding of the waterfall, as its depth is unknown.

The Devaragundi waterfalls, near Sri Mallikarjuna temple, Thodikana, is a destination for nature enthusiasts, trekkers, and the devout who want a slice of the Western Ghats. Reaching the waterfalls is a welcome relief after the half-an-hour uphill climb through dense forests, dripping with rainwater and slippery mulch on the floor. Another attraction is the temple with its devarameenu meaning sacred fish. And the best of all is the lack of humanity.

Driving from Mangalore, one can see various shades of green during the rains, in the landscape of this region straddling Dakshina Kannada and Kodagu. Orchards of areca and jackfruit trees flit by. Wild flowers in varied colours, from pale violet to the orange-red of the foot-longRasapushpaare seen along the road.

Vehicles can go till the temple. Then you need to walk uphill and be greeted by the sight and sound of the waterfalls that join the Matsya Theertha River.

The walk is a moderate trek for the unfit, and an easy stroll for seasoned trekkers. At least twice, you have to cross streams with calf-deep water, of the Matsya Theertha that originates about 4 km away and which joins the Payaswini near Aranthod. The river is called Chandragiri in Kasaragod, where it joins the Arabian Sea.
Written 26 September 2014
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