The Hanumanagundi Falls is also known as the Suthanabbe Falls. It is situated in the hilly surroundings of the Kudremukh National Park and is an important tourist place to visit near Mangalore.
The Kudremukh National Park is situated in the Chikmagalur district of Karnataka and is known to be a Popular Trekking & Hikking Destination . The Hanumangundi Falls is situated between Karkala and the Lakya Dam in the Kudremukh National Park. The Hanumangundi Falls boasts of great natural beauty with a mystical spray that forms a misty cover over the lush green vegetation that surrounds it. The height of the waterfall is 22 metres.
The Hanumangundi Falls is situated at a distance of 32 km from Kalasa. The waterfall is named after the Hindu deity Hanuman. The name is formed from two words Hanuman and Gundi which means a gorge. The site boasts of immense natural beauty and visitors can reach this beautiful waterfall by climbing 400 steps that lead to this amazing spray. The beautiful Hanumangundi Falls is maintained by the Forest Department of the state government. The Hanumangundi Falls is an excellent site for sightseeing, hiking, trekking, etc. Visitors can also be seen bathing in the warm waters of the waterfall.
The waterfall is situated inside the Kudremukh National Park, which is an important conservation ground and tourist place near Mangalore. Visitors are not allowed to stay inside the Kudremukh National Park and hence only day trips are allowed to the Hanumangundi Falls.
Thrillophilia organises day trips to the Hanumangundi Falls. You can visit this beautiful waterfall and feast your eyes on the natural beauty of the destination during your trip. If you are an adventure lover, you can also indulge in activities such as trekking and hiking during the trip to Hanumangundi Falls. All trips are led by experienced guides.