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I was there in Udipi as my friend was working there. Udipi is such an amazing place, it has many weekend gateways around it.
I have traveled to Koodlu Theertha early morning of new years day. the journey from Udupi would take a couple of...More
An amazing waterfalls in a very remote area of hebri.. about 20km from Hebri..
Roads to koodlu sucks..I hope govt takes special initiative
Spend 1-2 hrs there.. never try rock climbing... Carry food items and anti leach aids during rains..
Situated in the interiors of Hebri . 14km from the city. One can take cabs or buses from this city. Road to the falls is pathetic. Bigger cars or vans can easily go. Not suitable for 2 Wheeler. Unless u r a pro.
Excellent place to visit. Need to walk few kilometers on a well-constructed path. However, the road that leads to the entrance is pathetic. You must have the good endurance to reach this place. Once you reach, it is a pure delight.
Falls is inside the forest but the path is well built with cement steps. Falls entry is temporarily closed during monsoon because of slippery way and leeches. More than 50 leeches bitten me. However, the view of the falls worth it. I haven't seen anything...More
There's a long way to the place..road is in a pathetic state.with only one side serving the purpose due to maintenance..they charge you the entry fees and the parking fees( though the boards clearly states the parking is free) and after which the trek begins.it's...More
The falls are at a distance from Agumbe. Hire a car or conveyance. A short trek of around 45-60 minutes is required. Fantastic falls from great height. The wind keeps changing the intensity of the falls
Awesome place, its like 40 kms from Manipal, the party town in coastal Karntaka.
After my regular activity of taking some pics of the beautiful location, I finally decided to get into water, on force, if not I had to hurt myself. Half the way...More