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Chunchi Falls

Bangalore

14.1/5(7 Ratings)

Chunchi Falls Overview

Ranked 76 of 489 sightseeing in Bangalore

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What travellers are saying about Chunchi Falls

Experience scale
  • Very Good 3
  • Average 1
  • Terrible 0
  • Poor 0
  • Below Average 0
  • Good 0
  • Excellent 0
Travellers recommend
  • Best Time: During DayLength of visit: 1-2hrs
  • Length of visit: 2-3hrsBest Time: During Sunrise
Facilities available
  • Camera/Video allowedCamera/Video allowed
  • Wearing of shoes/footwear allowedWearing of shoes/footwear allowed

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Other Details

Famous for:
Waterfalls
Entry:
free
99% voted as clean

Reviews and Ratings

Supriya Shankar

Supriya Shankar4.3/5

2 reviews

Nice place

Nice place, but we can't expect any facilities and dangerous too. You can hangout with lots of friends. But seriously nice place for one day trip. We enjoyed a lot.

Chacko Xavier

Chacko Xavier2.9/5

2 reviews

Beautiful and natural place

It's a natural and beautiful place, 80km from Bangalore city. Route starts from Bangalore- Kanakapura road. When reached in Kanakapura follow through Kanakapura-Sangam road. In the middle of Kanakapura Sangam road we can see the entrance road to chunchi falls, from that entrance the road is bad of gutters.The people having own vehicle can visit this place easily. Very few KSRTC(Karnataka) buses also doing services. Rainy weekend holidays are the best time to visit this fall, other than the rainy season it's very difficult to find out water but we can enjoy the natural beauty. In holidays there will be some shops in the spot, we can enjoy this place only in group.If the water is there its danger place better don't step into water.

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  • Beautiful and natural place
  • Beautiful and natural place
  • Beautiful and natural place

Ranish Bera

Ranish Bera4.3/5

15 reviews

Peaceful and Serene

This tourist attraction is not marketed well. Hence, the Chunchi falls is untouched by human encroachment that destroys natural beauty. Visited the place during sunrise and find it cool, peaceful and serene. The nearby village and farms are soothing for the eyes that are used to see concrete jungle.
  • Peaceful and Serene
  • Peaceful and Serene
  • Peaceful and Serene
  • Peaceful and Serene
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Karan Gulati

Karan Gulati4.3/5

2 reviews

Excellent place to enjoy a deserted waterfall

Chunchi Falls is a waterfall located around 100 kms from the center of Bangalore. You need to have your own mode of transportation as a public transport wont be able to take you there (as I mentioned-"a deserted waterfall"). Going in a SUV also won't be a good idea as I don't think the village roads are broad enough for the same, but do try your luck as I could see a 4-wheeler there.Don't forget to use your GPS as the way is very tricky and I also suggest you take the help of locals there for directions, be 100% sure of the direction you are going as you won't see any sign board or anything. According to me it is probably one of the few places in India where you won't see too many people.The waterfall is amazing and the water is so clean with no sign of thrown bottles and empty Lays packets in the water swimming along with you. If you are planning to take a bath, which I would suggest you definitely should please get a towel as I forgot that.

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Chunchi Falls, Bangalore

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Girish Krishna

Chunchi Falls, Bangalore
Chunchi Falls, Bangalore

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Ranish Bera

Chunchi Falls
Chunchi Falls, Bangalore

Photo by

Ranish Bera

Chunchi Falls
Chunchi Falls, Bangalore

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Ranish Bera

Chunchi Falls, Bangalore