This falls are deep inside the forests near Kodachadri hills. which can only be reached by trekking for more than 2 KM. The road can be reached by hiring Jeep from Kollur Temple. The trekking starts after 8 Kms drive through thick forest. There are signs showing way to the waterfalls on trek route. Entry permission can be obtained at the check post while entering into the forest. It is advisable to visit during the mid summer (From Dec to Feb) when water is calm
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Udupi is a southwest district of Karnataka and it's headquarter cit Udupi is famous for ancient Sri Krishna Temple, which houses a statue of Lord Krishna and attracts thousands of pilgrims every day and is one of the most visited pilgrims site in Karnataka. Udupi is a coastal district and part of western ghats. Even though it is known for its pilgrims sites, it also offers lot's of other attractions to tourists, especially the calm beaches, dense forest trekking routes and hidden waterfalls. Following are few of the must visit places in Udupi district. Sri Krishna Temple in Udupi, Manipal University, Malpe Beach, St.Mary's Island, Kudlu Theertha Falls, Kodi Beach, Kapu Beach, Kollur Mookambika Temple. Udupi has good railway and road road connectivity. And it's part of Konkan railway which is one of the must travel experience one should have in their lifetime. Udupi is located 55km from Mangalore, 217 km from Karwar, 117km from Gokarna, 147km from Shivamogga, 404km from Bengaluru, 310km from Goa.