Timings : 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Time Required : 1-2 hrs
Entry Fee : No entry fee
Burude Falls is located in the Western Ghats of India, about 20 kilometres away from the quaint town of Siddapur in the northern part of Karnataka. The waterfall is famous for its breathtaking beauty and mesmerising surroundings which consist of lush green forests. These forests are a favourite among medium to advanced level trekkers. The waterfall gets frequent local visitors due to its proximity to Siddapur and is famous as a picnic spot. This remote waterfall offers a stunning panoramic view from the top of the Western Ghats. The sound of gallons of water gushing down the mountains is sure to inculcate a sense of tranquillity in you as you watch the rivulet falling down various levels and forming the beautiful waterfall.
The Burude Waterfall is also known as Illimane falls because it is formed of a rivulet called Illimane that flows down the Western Ghats, descending in 5 different levels. Each level creates a separate waterfall ultimately forming a natural pool at the base. The atmosphere is pleasant during the tourist season, and the view is just mind-stirring when the earth is wrapped in a lush green blanket under the clear blue skies. The trek is quite adventurous but is sure to be memorable. Breathe in the fresh air as you explore the waterfall and let nature carry you away to a place we often want to escape to. You are sure to be mesmerised and will want to keep coming back to Burude Falls again and again.
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