Thinking about how to make your Bangalore trip one extraordinary and an erratic affair altogether? If you surmise that visiting the standard attractions would do the needful, then reconsider. Regardless of the possibility that you are one offbeat traveller, and love to dig in the hidden treasures of a place, in their natural best form, then mate, you need to look at the staggering waterfalls in and around Bangalore that not just come as amazement to most voyagers, however, can also stir and calm your soul completely.
“Here you go. Warning: Don’t let your spirit drift away after seeing the gorgeous cascades!”

1. Jog Falls

Jog Waterfall in India

Jog Falls, located near Sagara on the Shimoga and Uttara Kannada territory edge, has a drop elevation of 253 m, making it the second-highest plunge in India. The best time to visit Jog Falls would certainly be monsoon or post-monsoon, but be very careful during this time, since the area around can be slippery.

2. Chunchi FallsChunchi Falls

One can set out on a day’s trip to these beguiling waterfalls near Bangalore by driving onto the Kanakapura-Sangam road which will take you to your destination in around 2 hours. Revel in the flawless Chinchi Falls in Kanakapura and set out on a large group of exciting activities like Trekking, kayaking, ziplining and some more.

3. Shivanasamudra FallsShivanasamudra Falls

Kaveri waterway courses through the stone filled geography of the deccan range and drops off as Shivanasamudra Falls. At the falls, you can also value a coracle ride over the gushing floods of the water at the base of the falls.

4. Magod FallsMagod Falls

Magod Falls is a gorgeous waterfalls of Bangalore, where the Bedti conduit tumbles from an elevation of 200 m in two phases, molding a dazzling waterfall. These are considered as the best waterfalls in Bangalore.

5. Iruppu Falls Iruppu Falls

Beginning from the Brahmagiri Range, the Lakshmana Theertha waterway plunges down from a stature of 170 ft. framing the Iruppu Waterfalls. It makes a never-ending thunder amidst the quiet of the thick wood.

6. Hogenakkal FallsHogenakkal Falls

The Kaveri River enters the Tamil Nadu periphery descending the elevated scenery forming the Hogenakkal Waterfalls. It is the best waterfalls near Bangalore for a one day family trip or a rosy date with the love of your life.

7. Convent Falls

Convent Falls is one of the small waterfalls in the district that stream as meager conduits and void their substance into the River Kaveri.

8. Dudhsagar WaterfallsDudhsagar Waterfalls

Amongst all the waterfalls around Bangalore, this waterfall is a mind boggling sight, especially in the rains when it is in full brilliance. The falling water looks foamy white, resembling a fountain of milk, which is the reason why the falls is called ‘Dudhsagar’.

9. Muthyala Maduvu FallsMuthyala Maduvu Falls

Muthyala Maduvu Falls or the Pearl Valley Falls is a gushing stream tumbling down from a height of 92 m. The fall, its serene vibe and the luxurious green valley around is one highly alluring fascination for tourists.

10 Hebbe FallsHebbe Falls

Considered to be the most photogenic waterfalls near Bangalore is the Hebbe Falls. Located around 10 km from the famous hill station of Kemmangundi, this gushing waterfall is found right in the middle of a coffee estate.
So once you enter Bangalore, the sweet, blushing demeanor of the city will be sufficient to bait you into exploring the sources that make the climate so pleasant and romantic here. Yes, it is the waterfalls!


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.