Hanumanagundi falls is located near Chikamagalur district, Karnataka. The waterfall is surrounded by beautiful forest and lush green vegetation. The waterfall is also known as Suthanabbe falls. The falls is named after the Hindu deity Hanuman.
Hanumanagundi (Kannada: Hanuman-Hindu deity Gundi- gorge) falls is situated between Lakya Dam and Karkala in the Kudremukh National Park.
Hanumanagundi falls is perfect destination to travel with friends and family, it is also an ideal place for enthusiastic trekkers. The waterfall is maintained by forest department of Karnataka. The beautiful waterfall can be a feast to your eyes and mind. You can indulge in some adventurous activities like- trekking at Hanumanagundi falls. Visitors are not allowed to stay or camp at the forest, so one can plan for a one day trip. The water falls from a height of 22 metres and creates a misty cover over the green lush vegetation. There are about 300 steps laid from the main road to reach the beautiful waterfalls. The best time to visit Hanumanagundi is post monsoon.
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