Situated in the district of Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh, the Kaigal fall makes for a blissful tourist destination. It is nestled amidst the Koundinya Wildlife sanctuary. The Kaigal waterfall derives its name from the village Kaigal, that surrounds it. It is locally known as Dumukurallu waterfalls ( a telugu word used for a sound resembling the sound of falling stones from above). The Kaigal falls is a perennial waterfall. Its surroundings are untouched and unspoilt, with a variety of flora and fauna. The site of Kaigal waterfalls is absolutely stunning. The waterfall is subdivided into three cascading falls and water falls from a height of approximately 40 ft. There are several small pools that are formed by the water at the bottom. The Kaigal waterfall is enveloped by lush greenery. It is an absolutely exotic natural landscape.if you are an adventure seeking person or a nature lover, this is a perfect go-to destination for you. It is one of those places where you can relish and admire nature’s gifts.
The most suitable time to visit these waterfalls, is from June to October. The kaigal falls, are most beautiful during the monsoon season.
Kaigal falls is approximately at a distance of 100 kms from Bangalore. You can easily reach Bangalore as it is well connected to all the major cities of the country. The village of Kaigal falls on the Kuppam- Palamaner highway. From Bangalore travel towards Kolar highway, and from Mulbagal take a right for kaigal village. A little further than Kuppam village, falls the village of Kaigal. You will have to travel for approximately 2.5 kms from here to the exact waterfall site. There is a parking at the Kaigal waterfalls. And the waterfall is 1 km from the parking spot, which is to be covered on foot. People also take bike rides from Bangalore to Kaigal, but it is easier and more comfortable to hire a cab or a taxi for the journey. It is a 2-3 hour drive from Bangalore to Kaigal.
1. Carry eatables and water, as there are no shops nearby.
2. Surface at the falls is slippery, hence be cautious.
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