What is the best time to visit Shivanasamudra Falls?

What is the best time to visit Shivanasamudra Falls?

September to January
The timings for Shivanasamudra falls are 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. However, it is advised to visit the falls during the daytime. The best time to visit Shivanasamudra falls is from September to January to witness the best weather and intensity of the waterfall.

Is it right time to visit Shivanasamudra?

September to January is the best time to visit Shivanasamudra. Although the weather in this place remains agreeable throughout the year, the waterfalls are at their full glory during the monsoon season.

Where is Shivanasamudra waterfalls located?

Shivanasamudra is a popular waterfall on river Kaveri, located in Chamarajanara district, bordering Mandya district. Shivanasamudra is a must visit post monsoon season for the visual treat it offers.

Can we bath in Shivanasamudra Falls?

Taking bath in Kaveri in Shivanasamudra: Since bathing is not allowed near the waterfalls, you can take a bath in the upstream direction or towards the further north. From Gaganchukki falls, you can also see a Dargah. People also get down in the water near Dargah but I would not recommend that.

Is Shivanasamudra open on weekend?

Don’t visit on the weekend if you have time to enjoy on a weekday as this is a very crowded area. Carry a selfie stick and tripod to experiment with the photos. For selfie lovers, the selfie stick will be a must. Carry Food, water, and snacks there is no proper restaurant or food joints near Shivanasamudra Falls.

Is there water in Shivanasamudra now?

There is ample water its pretty scenic currently.

Is Barachukki and Shivanasamudra same?

The waterfalls are located at a distance of about 139 km from Bangalore and about 60 km from Mysore. The eastern branch of the waterfall is known as Barachukki while the western branch is known as Gaganachukki. Barachukki and Gaganachukki waterfalls are together known as the Shivanasamudra Falls.

Is Shimsha and Shivanasamudra same?

Just after Shimshapura it reaches the border of Chamarajanagar district where it joins the river Kaveri. The confluence of Shimsha and Kaveri is also near the Shivanasamudra falls. The total length of the river is 221 km (137 mi).

Why is Shivanasamudra called bluff?

The branches of the river meet again and continue their onward journey. The two waterfalls are Gaganachukki flowing from Mandya district and Bharachukki flowing from Chamarajanagar and together are also known as bluff.

Which is better Gaganachukki or Barachukki?

Gaganchukki has good view points which are at good heights but when you go to Barachukki you can get down to the bottom of the falls and then you can get on coracles to reach the real bottom of the falls. Gaganchukki falls comes before the bridge on Cauveri ànd Barachukki on the other side.

Why is it called Shivanasamudra?

Shivanasamudra literally means Shiva’s Sea. These two waterfalls are considered to be among the best 100 waterfalls of the world. The area near the waterfalls is famous for being the location of Asia’s first hydro-electric power station that was set up in the year 1902 and is still functional.