Abbey Falls is situated at a distance of 7 to 8 km from Madikeri city, where a large number of visitors are seen. There is a narrow passage at the Abbey waterfalls Coorg, through which the tourists can access to the plantations of coffee and also see the estate of spices. Abbey is one of the most liable for the waterfall. This calm atmosphere is pleasing to the mind.
Earlier, Abbey waterfalls Coorg was known as the Jessi waterfalls which were later renamed in the honor of the daughter of the first English captain, Abbe. It is a part of the Western Ghats, Abbe-spring, the main source of water flowing out of the main rocks, and it provides a spirit of vision.
The flow of water from here is that it looks like the most picturesque. From here, tourists can see that as the water flows below the top of the water, a layer becomes ready as a layer that comes down from the hills to the bottom. During the monsoon season, it looks more beautiful and no doubt monsoon season is the best time to visit from july to october.
In summer, Abbey waterfalls Coorg dries up a little bit, but the visitors can visit here. The waterfalls offer a magnificent view of the tourists. A temple of Kali Mata, which is situated nearby, is also located nearby, not to forget the tourists. The waterfall is located within a variable coffee plantation. The tourists come from far and near places to watch natural beauty. See the beauty during the monsoon days.
This elegant Abbey waterfall is where the Kaveri River has got one of its starting points. There is a hanging bridge at a very short distance from the Abbey waterfalls Coorg, the charisma of the site attracts the tourists from far across the country. The sight of the water cascading from the top of the mountain is a stunning sight to see. With the scenic beauty of the location that complements the peaceful atmosphere of the waterfalls is worth visiting.
The other attractions of the Abbey waterfalls Coorg include the Spice plantations, these are spread across the jungle and the surrounding region. To reach the waterfalls you will have to climb several steps and tourists who have problems breathing should avoid the steps. In the monsoon there are leeches and also the rocks are slippery. It is a heaven for the tourists who like to indulge in adventure activities like trekking as the jungle area that surrounds the waterfalls are ideal to trek.
There are several eating joints to taste some of the delicious south Indian food to satisfy your hunger. Also, you can shop at the local bazaars if you want to collect some mementos from your trip.
Abbey Waterfalls, Coorg Timings: 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.
Abbey Waterfalls, Coorg Entry Fees: INR 15 per person