This place is situated in Uttara Kannada District.Lalguli Falls in Karnataka is one of the finest waterfalls and is one of the prime tourist hub. Lalguli Falls attracts thousands of visitors every year because of the natural scenic beauty. The Lalguli Falls of Karnataka provides you a peaceful environment to retire from your usual work pressure.

Lalguli Falls of Karnataka is just 15 kilometers away from Yellapur in Uttar Kannad District. Bangalore is 535 kilometers away from Lalguli Falls. The very famous waterfall is besieged by the plush greenery, rocky hills and various wildlife.

Lalguli Falls in Karnataka is created by River Kali when it rolls down the rocky steps from a height of around 250 feet in a series of picturesque rapids of the set at different heights from 61 m to 91 m. The scene of the water showering from the great height is amazing and fills you up with dismay.

Lalguli Falls of Karnataka offers you the space to go out for picnic with your family and friends. The nearby woods provide you with the opportunity of practicing adventure sports such as trekking, river rafting, etc. You can also try out some water sports in the river Kali. The whole area near the Lalguli Falls is mesmerizing.

There is a temple dedicated to Hanuman is located near by on the hill.

Lalguli Falls can be visited throughout the year but the season in which it should be visited is winter for the whole area is filled with the charming fragrance of the various flora and the waterfall bears a dazzling spark from which you cannot take off your eyes. Moreover, avoid visiting Lalguli Falls of Karnataka in monsoons because the area is prone to land slides. Winter is the best time to go through these picturesque hills and view the magnificent Lalguli Falls.

If you want to stay amidst the glamorous nature of Lalguli Falls, then you can check into Pai's Sambhram Lodge.

Distance from Lalguli Falls:
1. Yellapur: 13 km
2. Bangalore: 515 km
3. Kumta: 60 km
4. Dabolim(Goa): 220 km

How to get there:

Nearest Airport: Dabolim.

Nearest Railhead: Kumta

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