Ukkada Falls : Ukkada Waterfall(15KM) : Ukkada Waterfalls is situated inside the coffee plantations on a private property and need to go through Muthodi forest where there are chances of seeing many wild animals(Luck plays a role).The trekking trail is very steep and narrow where in we need to crawl and go in a few places to reach the unexplored Ukkada Waterfalls.The Best part about the waterfall is the route offers you forest drive,Teakwood Plantation drve and the coffee plantation drive.
Hebbe Falls : Hebbe Falls is situated at 13°32′29″N 75°43′30″E about 10 km away from the famous hill station Kemmangundi in Karnataka, India. This waterfalls is inside a coffee estate and can be reached either by walk or four-wheeler. Hebbe Falls gushes down from a height of 551 ft in two stages to form Dodda Hebbe (Big Falls) and Chikka Hebbe (Small Falls.)
The option of trekking is available (as of Aug 2016), but the place is filled with leeches especially in the rainy season. The best option is to take a government approved forest jeep which goes through private estates. The last kilometer needs to be trekked in order to reach the falls.
Jhari Waterfalls : Jhari falls is one of the major attractions in Chikmagalur. Jhari falls is otherwise called Buttermilk Falls. The falls are properly viewed as Buttermilk falls as the water that tumbles from the bluff is so white thus unadulterated that it give an impression like Buttermilk is tumbling off from the precipice
Here it must be noticed that keep going part on course to Buttermilk Falls needs to done on the foot as the streets here are broken. The falls are situated on steep and tough streets through private espresso manors of espresso bequest. While in transit to falls, each inch on jeep can keep you on the edge of your seats as you will be dumbfounded by the normal excellence of the forests.
Kallathigiri Falls : Kalhatti Giri Falls (Kalahasti Falls) is in Chikmagalur district at Kallathipura in Karnataka. The waterfall is in an elegant location and is a beautiful cascading waterfall amidst the luscious greenery. The waterfall from the Chandra Drona hills around 122 meters’ height above.The fall is in the front of Veerabhadreshwara temple dedicated to Lord Shiva. The Kemmangundi hill station is around 10km from the waterfall. The waterfall is surrounded by captivating valleys and gardens, which is indeed a visual treat to visitors.
The cascading waterfall is not only an elegant spot to refresh and rejuvenate but also an ideal place for trekkers. The nearby hills and mountains are perfect for the trekkers to enjoy their adventure.
Trekkers can climb up to the hills and catch up the panoramic view of the elegant valleys below ad well as the waterfall. The base of the camp is Tarikere which is around 35km from the spectacular hill station of Kemmanagundi.
Manikyadhara Falls :Travellers can choose to explore Manikyadhara Falls that is situated 40 km from Chikmagalur town in the vicinity Baba Budan Giri Hills on the route towards Kemmannugundi. This waterfall, lying at the centre of the Shola Forest, is considered as a holy site by Hindus as well as Muslims.
Manikyadhara, which literally means a string of pearls, is the ideal site for people who are looking for a peaceful and scenic atmosphere.
According to local belief, Saint Hazrat Dada Hayath Mir Khalandar and 4 of his disciples came to this site in order to quench their thirst. After a long wait, their prayers were answered when they received water from Manikyadhara Falls that originated from the mountains. The water of this falls is regarded as sacred as locals believe that it has some properties that can cure skin ailments. Upon reaching the site, tourists can visit nearby local shops that sell herbal medicines for various kinds of diseases.
shanthi falls : It’s a small water fall on the way to Z point. The water flows all the way from top of the hill, creating a spectacular view while falling into the valley below. The route all the way is very scenic with deep valleys on one side and hills cover on the other.
Kadambi Waterfalls : one of the spectacular natural attractions of Karnataka. The falls are located inside the Kudremukh National Park in the Chikmagalur district of Karnataka. The waterfall has a height of about 30 feet.
The Kadambi Waterfalls are a major draw for tourists who want to experience the beauty of nature in the lush green Western Ghats and especially in the Kudremukh range. It lies close to the main road between Sringeri & Kudremukh. As it is very close to the main road, it can be seen from a bridge situated nearby. However, most visitors prefer to go near the falls after overcoming a few minor hurdles. The adventurous visitors even get down to the waterfall to enjoy the beauty of the surroundings and the water.
Sirimane Falls : Sirimane Falls is located at a distance of 5 km from Kigga near Sringeri, a popular pilgrim center. Nearest Airport is Mangalore and nearest Railway stations are Udupi (96 KM) and Shimoga (114 KM).
Kigga, a small village which houses the beautiful waterfalls. Kigga is about 10 km from Sringeri. Water from falls feeds coffee estates and paddy fields in the downstream. A moderate entry fee is collected to maintain the walkways and viewpoints. The money collected also supports a small hydraulic power plant which is built adjacent to falls which lights Kigga houses. The entire activity is controlled and maintained by local bodies.
Honnamana Halla Waterfalls :Honnamma Falls is a lovely waterfall located in the Chikmagalur district of Karnataka. The waterfall is situated at a distance of about 25 km from Kemmanagundi and about 1 km from Baba Budan Giri Dattatreya Peetha. Nestled within a dense forest area the waterfall is one of the lesser known natural beauties of Karnataka.
The lovely waterfall has a height of about 30 feet. It is a wonderful spot and offers fascinating views of Baba Budan Giri Hills.