Coorg is the Hill Station and part of Western Ghats ranges, everyone knows what kind of climate is there and nature embrace the land in Coorg that’s why this place is visited by millions of tourists. Many of the waterfalls in Coorg district originates by the small streams and local rivers. Enjoy the waterfalls when enough water flows commonly in the season of monsoon. In Coorg, few waterfalls are famous and reachable easily, rest of the waterfalls are located in the remote areas that need to walk within the narrow and slippery ways. The list of waterfalls below are located in Coorg district and details of respective waterfalls are explained.
There are many tiny rivers and streams which create waterfalls naturally in remote places of Coorg district. There are many streams and small rivers which originates from highlands of the Western Ghats ranges. The Waterfalls here are not easily accessible by vehicle and even by walk as many waterfalls located within dense forest, valleys, peaks range. Interestingly, many waterfalls flow throughout the year and to experience the waterfalls beauty better to visit during the rainy season.
- Abbey Falls: 6.3 kms from Madikeri, accessible easily from Madikeri town, and need to walk a half mile to reach there.
- Irupu Falls: 48 kms from Virajpet, the falls originate from Lakshmana thirtha river which flows from the Brahma Giri range.
- Mallalli Falls: 22 kms from Somwarpet, waterfalls in the Pushpagiri range, a largest and highest waterfall in Coorg.
- Chelavara Falls: 22 kms from Madikeri, within the plantation, need to trek to reach there, best to visit in monsoon.
Other small Waterfalls
- Burude falls
- Napandapole Falls
- Devarakoli Falls
- Todikana Falls
- Kabbe falls
- Unchalli falls