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Sangama

Srirangapatna

14.3/5(4 Ratings)

Sangama Overview

Ranked 6 of 18 sightseeing in Srirangapatna

Sangam, located near a temple, is the confluence of three rivers. At this point, other branch of the River Cauvery, Loakpavani is reunited. Apart from being frequented by tourists wishing to take a dip at the site to wash away their sins, the place is also thronged by those interested in picnicking. River Cauvery flows into the Mettur Dam in Tamil Nadu, from the point of confluence. It is the meeting point of Kabini River, Hemavati River and River Cauvery.

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What travellers are saying about Sangama

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

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Famous for:
Rivers
Entry:
free

Reviews and Ratings

Roopika Srinivas

Roopika Srinivas5.0/5

23 reviews

The place speaks volumes about history and nature

For those who don't know much about this place, this is where the River Kaveri and Paschima Vahini meet, hence the name Sangama. We sat there for a while hearing stories of how the rivers flowed around Tippu Fort to protect the Fort and meet here.You can cover this place as part of your tour/trip to Srirangapatna. A road trip is best to cover Mysore and Srirangapatna in two days.Don't be surprised if you are handed a bill to pay some bucks to gain entry to the place Rs 10 that is.

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Roopika Srinivas

Roopika Srinivas4.6/5

23 reviews

Must place to be covered as a part of your trip to Mysore-Srirangapatna

This was one place we were eagerly looking forward to cover as part of our road trip. We reached here after visiting Nimishamba temple. This place is a confluence of River Kaveri and Paschima Vahini. A wonderful place to sit and relax for a while before you get going to the next place.

Saranya Devanathan

Saranya Devanathan2.5/5

453 reviews

People have made it dirty

It is a beautiful confluence of 3 rivers. Nature at its best. But people bathing there, make us not to enjoy all these by dirtying the whole place. The vendors and other eatable shops are also dirty.

Srinivasreddy Gopireddy

Srinivasreddy Gopireddy5.0/5

5 reviews

Divine Rivers

Very nice to see three rivers confluence at one place.