It all started with a sudden plan of visiting this place. I am personally not much into waterfalls, but believe me this is one of those waterfalls where I stood looking surprised. I had never hoped that it would be such a mesmerizing place to visit.
So we started from Bangalore when the sun was high out in the sky. It was a cloudy day and we out on our bikes were like birds out from their nest. The journey was about 180 km from Bangalore. It roughly took us about 4 hours driving down at a decent speed through NH44. It was like rejuvenating our self by absorbing all the positive energy around us. I feel riding fades away all the negativity slowly as we’re the only one spending time with us.
As the day passed and noon hit us, we reached the location. I was surprised by the number of people visiting there, were a lot of them.
To reach the main waterfall we traveled by a round shaped boat called coracle. It is very similar to half a walnut shell, the structure is made of a framework of split and interwoven willow rods, tied with willow bark.