This rambling nursery roosted on a hillock, is said to have been the most loved spot of Kodava lords to invest their recreation energy.
Falling down from a tallness of 70 feet, Abbey Falls is really a sight to treasure. During the standard of the British, this spot was called Jessy Falls
Concealed in the Brahmagiri mountain range, Iruppu Falls look totally breath-taking tumbling down from a stature of 170 feet in two particular stages.
This waterfall, located in the Pushpagiri mountain ranges’ foothills, is one of the tallest in South India, tumbling majestically from a height of over 200 feet.
According to legend, the river began as a spring feeding a tank or a Kundike, then ran underground before rising as the Kaveri at a later era.
The area is known for its coffee plantations, as well as a variety of spice plants and vanilla trees. Most of these coffee farms offer a paid walking tour