It was now time to head for the main attraction for the day - Hebbe Falls. We couldn't think of anything that could be better than the peak we had seen in the morning. But we were going to be proven wrong pretty soon.
On the way to the falls, we got to know that there are many elephants in the region. And it wasn't safe to cross the forest area at night. Luckily, we had the entire day ahead of us, and we didn't had to compromise on the fun rushing through it all.
We stopped at Cafe Farm for breakfast. It was mainly serving South Indian delicacies for breakfast, and it tasted quite good.
With full tummies, we continued the last leg of our journey.
We had finally reached the entry gates. And we got to know that there was an hour long waiting for the jeep queue. And private vehicles were not allowed further since the roads were practically non-existent, and it was an entire off-roading experience. We initially thought that they were making way too much of a deal, but once we set foot in the jeep, we realized that they had set this protocol for a solid reason. It was around half an hour journey from the entry gates to the drop point. And there were places where the track could barely fit the vehicle. The wheels of the jeep were half on the road, and half in the air. Scary! I must say. But thankfully, the drivers were trained to drive on these roads, so there was some sense of peace in all of us.
Jumping up and down in the jeep, we finally reached the drop point. The driver gave us around an hour and a half to return to the same spot, where he will be waiting for us. And there were charges if you were to get late :(
The falls were around a kilometer away from the drop point, an easy trek I would call it. As we approached the falls, we could hear the sound of the water falling down on to the stones. And there was a nice cool wind coming from the direction.
And the Hebbe falls finally came into view. And we were simply blown away at the sight of it. Drizzle all around and a little sunlight, helping a rainbow materialize. People were down in the water having a fun time. We also put on our swim wear and jumped into it. The rocks were slippery and the water, ice cold! But we had an amazing time.