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Dabbe Falls:

The Dabbe Falls are well out of the way and comparatively untouched by tourists. The walk to the falls is as worthwhile as the falls themselves. As the falls are off the beaten track, hiring a guide is recommended for safety. Dabbe falls is easily one of the most beautiful falls in the region. The effort to reach the bottom is totally worth it, sitting near the base of water falls is different adventurous experience in itself.


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Water Falls:

Manikyadhara Falls is a waterfall near the famous pilgrim centre Baba Budan Giri Dattatreya Peetha where water spills down like small pearls giving the visitors a memorable shower bath.Our travel offices located across many cities will help you plan your holidays at your convenience. We help you customize holiday itinerary as per your preferred date, place and budget. Come, it is time to create memorable and exotic holidays with us.For the adventurous, Kemmangundi offers many peaks to scale and intricate jungle paths to explore. This place has a beautiful rose garden and other attractions.


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Kallathigiri Falls:

Just 10 km away from Kemmangundi is Kallahathigiri falls, also known as Kalahasti falls. Water cascades down from the top of the Chandra Drona hill from a height of 122 meters amidst fascinating scenery. There is an old Veerabhadra temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, constructed in a gap between rocks. This temple can be approached after crossing the waterfall.To preempt such an attack, Humayun struck at Gujarat and conquered Mandu and Champaner before stopping his attack. Bahadur Shah was killed by the Portuguese two years later; Humayun was overthrown by Sher Shah Suri in 1540, retaking the throne fifteen years later.


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Hebbe Falls:

This beautiful waterfall is over 10 km away from the famous hill station, Kemmangundi. Here water streams down from a height of 168 meters in two stages to form Dodda Hebbe (Big Falls) and Chikka Hebbe (Small Falls).The armies of the Mughal Emperor Humayun fighting those of Bahadur Shah of Gujarat in the year 1535, as depicted in an manuscript from the late 16th century. Bahadur, the Sultan of Gujarat, had allied with the Portuguese and planned an attack on the Mughals. To preempt such an attack, Humayun struck at Gujarat and conquered Mandu and Champaner before stopping his attack. Bahadur Shah was killed by the Portuguese two years later; Humayun was overthrown by Sher Shah Suri in 1540, retaking the throne fifteen years later.


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Shanti Falls:

This is a beautiful waterfall on the way to Z-Point in Kemmangundi.Hanumana Gundi Falls: Located 32 km. from the Kalasa, the waterfall has water falling on to Natural rock formations from a height of more than 100 feet.Shanti Falls is a refreshing sight that awaits visitors on their trek to Z Point in the lush green forest stretch of Kemmenagundi. The waterfall is located at a distance of around 55 km from the town of Chikmagalur in Karnataka. The beauty of the falls attracts visitors and trekkers alike who often treat the place as a stopover before resuming their journey towards Z Point that is situated about 2 km from the waterfall.


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Kadambi Falls:

This is a waterfall located in the Kudremukh National Park.The Kadambi Waterfalls are a major draw for tourists who want to experience the beauty of nature in the lush green Western Ghats and especially in the Kudremukh range. It lies close to the main road between Sringeri & Kudremukh. As it is very close to the main road, it can be seen from a bridge situated nearby. However, most visitors prefer to go near the falls after overcoming a few minor hurdles. The adventurous visitors even get down to the waterfall to enjoy the beauty of the surroundings and the water.


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