Most Beautiful Waterfalls in Coorg

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Coorg, often referred as the ‘Scotland of India’, is a stunning hill station in Karnataka endowed with mystic hills and aromatic coffee estates. Madikeri being the headquarters and is also one of the top places to experience Coorg Tourism. This mesmerizing hill station is blessed with several tourist attractions in the form of waterfalls, viewpoints, temples, trekking destinations, wildlife sanctuaries & aromatic coffee plantations. Of these, waterfalls are the most famous places to visit in Coorg. Here is the list of some breathtaking waterfalls in Coorg.

Abbey Falls

Abbey Falls is a captivating waterfall situated in Madikeri town. The falls is one of the popular Coorg Tourist Places and also one of the most visited waterfalls in Karnataka. Earlier known as Jessi falls, Abbey Falls is located between the dense coffee & spice plantations. There is a hanging bridge just opposite to the falls, where visitors can get a wonderful view of waterfalls. The misty spray of water cascading down to a small river provides a mesmerizing view.

Iruppu Falls

Iruppu Falls is a spectacular waterfalls formed over Lakshmana Tirtha River in Coorg district of Karnataka. It is one of the famous waterfalls in Karnataka and also top place to visit in Coorg. Locally known as Lakshmana Tirtha Falls, it cascades from a height of 170 feet through several stages. The picturesque surrounding of the waterfalls attracts a large number of tourists and makes it one of the favorite picnic spots. This is one of the most popular attraction not to miss in your Coorg tour packages.

Mallali Falls

Formed on Kumaradhara River, Mallali Falls is one of the gorgeous waterfalls in Coorg and also one of the most scenic waterfalls in Karnataka. The falls gushes down from a height of 200 feet. The surroundings of the waterfall provide a spectacular view of green forest, valleys and mountain ranges. It is the best place for trekkers with mesmerizing beauty around. Monsoon season is the best time to visit the fall, when water rises high and flows with full speed.

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