Also known as Soothanabbe falls, it is located in the midst of dense rain forest.
The silence of the forest is broken by the deafening sound of water cascading from a height of 30 meters (100 feet) on to the rocks.
To view this spectacular waterfalls, you will have to trek down 400 steps.
Every step you take is worth it when you see the white sheath of water falling forcefully from the hillock to again silently tumble into the hills to join larger rivers.
Best time to visit if from October to February.
Interesting places around:
Bhagavathi Nature Camp
Type of place: Waterfalls
Situated: Between Karkala and Lakhya Dam at Kudremukh National Park, Chikkamagalur Distric, Karnataka
Distance: 32 Kms from Kalasa, 351 Kms from Bangalore
Transport: Well connected by roads
Facilities: Rest room available
Timing: 9:30 am – 6:30 pm (Daily)