Abbe falls

Abbey Falls

Abbey Falls is a beautiful waterfall about a 30-minute ride away from Madikeri. Perhaps the best known among Karnataka hill stations, Coorg enthralls tourists with its breathtaking locales. Abbey Falls is only 8 km from Madikeri. These falls cascade down in steps to flow as a small river. It is an excellent place for picnics.

Located at a distance of 9km from the town of Madikeri, the Abbey Falls produces a spectacular sight of cascading water. Nestled amidst private coffee plantations, the Abbey Falls provide a striking contrast to the sylvan surroundings of Coorg. A narrow road winding through the green and dense foliage of surrounding coffee plantations leads to Abbey Falls.

The gushing waters of the Abbey fall, tumbling down a rocky ravine, resulting in a deafening sound that can be heard from a distance. During the monsoon season, the Abbey swells with abundant seasonal rains, with water plunging down the mountain slope at enormous speed. The scenic locales around Abbe Falls make for an ideal picnic destination.

Abbey Falls

This beautiful picnic spot is situated about 3 km from Madikeri. Here a ravishing rivulet gives rise to a sizzling waterfall which attracts a number of tourists.

Kaveri River (also spelled Cauvery in English) is one of the major rivers of India, which is considered sacred by Hindus. The river originates at Talakaveri in the Western Ghats in the state of Karnataka, flows generally south and east through Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, and across the southern Deccan plateau through the southeastern lowlands, emptying into the Bay of Bengal through two principal mouths. After the river leaves the Kodagu hills and flows onto the Deccan plateau, it forms two islands, Srirangapatna and Shivanasamudra. It also drops into the Hogenakal Falls just before it arrives in the towns of Hogenakal in the state of Karnataka and Srirangam in Tamil Nadu.

Location 10 km from Madikeri. Abbey Falls Just a few kilometers outside Madikeri, these falls cascade down in steps to flow as a small river. An excellent place for picnics.

Abbey Falls (9km) Tucked away between private coffee and spice estates, Abbey Falls offers a splendid backdrop for picnics. As you make your way past stocky coffee bushes and tall trees entwined with pepper vines, the falls suddenly and dramatically appear as they cascade their way down steps into limpid pools to join the river Cauvery. These falls are most impressive during the monsoons.

The most common name given to waterfalls around Karnataka. Shimoga is also proud to have one fall called abbey falls. The falls are situated 4 Km away from Agumbe, The sunset point in Thirthahalli Taluka. The falls are surrounded by lush green trees and natural beauty.

Abbey Waterfalls (35 km) This waterfall is amidst of lush green coffee plantation and is located about 10 km from Madikeri.

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Other places of interest iruppu falls, tadianda mol, talakaveri, bhagamandala Take SH27 to Srirangapatna via Maddur;bypass via Ranganathittu to Hunsur; SH88 to Madikeri via kushalnagar and Suntikoppal. When to go Abbi Falls is 5 km away from Madikeri, Kodagu district which is a perennial hillstation.

Abbey Falls

Distance … From Bangalore 250+ kms. From Nearest Town 10kms (Madikeri). From Nearest Petrol Bunk Madikeri Nearest Medical Help Madikeri. Nearest Hotel Madikeri. Location Kodagu (Coorg) district Best Tine to Visit Monsoon season How to Reach Madikeri town, district headquarters of Coorg, is 9 km away.


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