Mookanamane Waterfalls (Abbi falls), Hetthur

The falls are attracting tourists from the region and the State. Though, there are scores of small streams and falls, the Mookanamane (or mukanamane) falls (Abbi falls) near Hetthur, Hongadahalla has turned out a big hit among the nature lovers. The falls, which is usually roaring and in full force between June and December, is already overflowing in the first week of this month. The water cascades from 12 feet height and is spread over 50 feet. It mesmerizes those who flock this natural falls. The Mookanamane waterfalls is located 35 KMS from Sakleshpur and around 3 KMS from Attihalli village. Rocks are slippery during monsoons and care to be taken not to get too close to the falls.

This spot is one of the favourite amongst nature lovers. The sound of gushing waters hitting against the rocks creating a splashing noise sounds rhyming to the ears. One can enjoy this view the whole day without any disturbance. Mookanamane Waterfalls is a short but broad and pretty falls in Sakleshpur. Visitors can take pictures and even walk up to the waters just to relax.

Hadlu Waterfalls

If you want to see how vast our bio-diversity is just pack your bags and head towards Hadlu Waterfalls. Trek through the plantation and forest to reach the cascades of 6 stages of hadlu falls. Enthrall yourself by bathing in the icy waterfall and get rejuvenated for the day. Tourists can take pictures and spent some quality time in this mesmerizing atmosphere.

Magajahalli Waterfalls

Magajahalli Waterfalls is just 20 kms from Sakleshpur. Known for its 20 feet long cascade falls, this tourist spot is one of the famous destinations for sightseeing. This spot can be visited anytime of the year but post monsoons this place can turn out to be great place for picnic lovers. Wrapped up under the lush greeneries, the whole place is filled with serenity and tranquility. Visitors can even get into the waters and enjoy themselves but need to be more cautious about the slippery rocks.