Thottikal Falls (TK Falls), Bangalore

About Thottikal Falls (TK Falls)

Well known as “Swarna Mukhi” (Golden-Faced) falls, it is about 32 kilometers from Bangalore on Kanakpura road. Though located in an isolated place, it is popular among tourists, and is very much crowded during the weekends and holidays. You can also trek to the top of the waterfalls and watch the eye pleasing scenery stretching for miles.

A temple of Muneeshwara Swamy and an Aashram of Sri Ravishankar are the other attractions near by besides the Bannergahta Forest. One piece of advice: make sure you visit during the monsoon season, it is divine then.

Visiting Hours
3-4 hours.

Bannerghatta Rd, Bangalore, Karnataka 560083.



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