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Kaigal Falls: Less Known Waterfall Near Bangalore
Duration: 1 Day
Expenditure 1000

Weekend picnic destination around 100kms from Bangalore..Safe to travel along with family n children. Carry food and water along with as no shops are available near to the falls. Children can enjoy at sub-fall & make sure not to take them till main falls as its very slippery.

Hurry up limited water available for next one month ????????

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- Description:

Kaigal water falls is situated in Koundinya Wildlife Sanctuary, Chittor District of Andhra Pradesh, India. It is popularly known as Kaigal falls in reference to the Kaigal village situated about 2.5 kilometres from the Falls. Locally the falls is called as Dumukuralla Water Falls.

Cascading water flow from top sub divides the stream forming three different falls. One plunge waterfall at right and a Shiv Ling beautifully dividing two Cataract falls. The waterfall is natural and water comes from a big rock at a height of 40 feet. Ideal time to witness its force and beauty is during peak Monsoon. There are several natural mini pools below the falls where short swimming can be done but no diving. Its situation in the lap of mother nature gives an added advantage with natural unspoiled surroundings with plenty of exotic birds, shrubs, trees and wildlife.

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IMPORTANT INSTRUCTION: Please keep the Fall's area litter free.

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- How to reach:

From Bangalore: Travel towards Kolar highway till Mulbagal and take right for Kaigal Village.

Kaigal village is situated on the Kuppam - Palamaner Highway. As you drive from Kuppam the village comes on the right site and the fall is about 2.5 kilometres from the village. There is a mud road leading to the falls from where a short 1kms of walk will take you to the falls.

Google Map is good option too

Photos of Kaigal Falls, Devadoddi, Andhra Pradesh, India 1/1 by Shonu Sandeep

No parking and entry fee.

*N.B: Surface at falls is slippery. Don't allow children to enter the falls alone.

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