Mutyalamaduvu falls is known for its rocky mountains surrounding and crystal clear water. Read on to know more about this southern nature’s treasure.
Mutyalamaduvu falls is also known as the Pearl Valley as the water flowing here creates an illusion of strings of pearls cascading down. Mutyalamaduvu is made up of two words namely ‘muthu’ which means pearls and ‘maduvu’ which means valley. The water falls down in an ambience of verdant surrounding. One can find a temple here at this waterfall which is dedicated to Lord Shiva. One can spot a rich concentration of birds here at this waterfall. Mountain range present here offers an opportunity to trek. Mutyalamaduvu falls is an ideal place to be for nature lovers and trekking enthusiast. Mutyalamaduvu falls is also located close to Tamil Nadu border, in a way it has a beauty of two states.
Mutyalamaduvu fall is located near a place named Anekal in the Indian state of Karnataka. The waterfall is located at a distance of 5 km from Anekal. It is located at a distance of 40 km from Bangalore.
How to reach
By Rail: Nearest railway head is Anekal Railway station.
By Air: Nearest airport terminal is Bengaluru International Airport.
Where to stay
Of all the accommodation options available Ajanta Hotel is a recommended place to stay.
Water here cascades from a height of 90 m.
Season/ When to visit
Ideal time to visit Mutyalamaduvu falls is anytime between the months of August and November.
Nearby Places to go
- Anekal: Anekal is situated at an average elevation of 915 m. Anekal is a town situated in the southern part of the Bangalore area which is known for the karaga festivals. The town has some of the most ancient temples like Kambada Ganesha temple, Sri Avinukteshwra Deva, Sri Madduramma Temple, Sri Amrutha Mallikarjuneshwara and Sri Bhramarambika temple. The temple has historical legacies that can be traced in its architecture and designs. At some distance away from the town is an ashram built by Vishala Karnataka Sky Trust.
- Lakes: It is one of the famous tourist destinations of Bangalore that was constructed in 16th century through bands. Currently only 17 lakes remains out of 5 lakes that existed earlier. Though the remaining lakes are encroached and converted into colonies as part of Urban Development, the lakes have a varied range of flora and fauna. Some of the lakes include the Ulsoor Lake, Madiwala Lake, Agara Lake, Puttenahalli Lake, Jarganhalli Lake, Kamakshipalaya Lake, Vengaihnakere and Nagavara Lake. One can also do boating here. The lakes also have parks, fountains, playgrounds and jogging area and a famous ground for Ganesha Chaturthi.
- Bridge Road: It is counted amongst the top shopping places in the city. Bridge Road is situated at the intersection of Residency Road and MG Road. The streets have numerous shops and outlets of global and local brands. One can visit St Patrick’s Church, Toy store, Vellara Hotel and Bridge towers. One can also visit pubs, clubs and discotheques that are present here along the street.
- Sree Siddaganga Mutt: It is located in Tumkur on Bangalore-Pune highway. Sree Siddaganga Mutt was started in the 15th The mutt has a history of 600 years and is a groundbreaking pioneer in the arena of education. The major attraction of this mutt includes the Temple of Sree Siddalingeshwara and Sree Siddaganagamma, Sree Uddana Swamiji Gaddige, Old Mutt, Guest House and Hostel Block.