Karnataka has some of the best and most stunning waterfalls in India. It is home to numerous waterfalls which offer you not only breathtaking views but also peace of mind. Magajahalli Waterfall is one such waterfall which is amongst the most scenic falls near Sakleshpura.
Magajahalli falls is also known as Hanbal and Abbi Gundi Falls. Falling from a height of about 20 feet, this place is wrapped under the lush greeneries where the whole place is filled with serenity and tranquility.
Besides, the rock sides of the waterfalls also give an extra glimpse to play around and to capture the photos. Travelers can even get into the waters and enjoy themselves but need to be more cautious about the slippery rocks. They can witness breathtaking views of the Pushpagiri Mountain range from the waterfall as it is situated just at the foothills of the mountain.
Splendid views of Hidden From Humans
Magajahalli Waterfalls is an 8 Km drive from Saklehpura. Since it is covered with thick trees and shrubs, it is difficult for first timers to notice from the Main road. However, if you listen carefully, you will hear the burbling sound of a waterfall.
If you climb down into the underbrush, you will witness a nice waterfall gushing from about 20 feet into the rock. Much likely, in the month of monsoon season, the rush of the water will be at its peak, and one must be very careful with those slippery stones. Apart from all this, it could be a nice picnic spot for you and your family.
All the age groups can get into this waterfall during winter and summer seasons except rainy season. There will be a heavy water flow in the rainy season and its not advisable to get into the water. Therefore, the best time to visit Magajahalli waterfalls is post monsoons.
Distance: 21 km from Sakleshpura
Point to be noted – Before entering Abbi Waterfalls, one has to register their names in the registry. Timings to visit the falls will be 7 AM – 5.30 PM