Muthyala maduvu is a tourist attraction in the Karnataka town of Anekal. Pearl Valley is another name for the area.
It is 5 kilometers from Anekal and 40 kilometers from Bangalore. Muthyala maduvu falls is reached by turning right off the Anekal-Thally Road.
The muthyala maduvu waterfall and mountain ranges that it overlooks are well-known. The water from the Muthyala maduvu falls cascades down the plants, giving the impression of a necklace of pearls, therefore the name Pearl Valley.
There is a shrine near the Muthyala maduvu Waterfall (dedicated to Lord Shiva). Every morning, a puja (prayer) is performed.
The presence of the Muthyala maduvu falls attracts a large number of birds to the area. Trekking enthusiasts also go to the mountain ranges. Thattekere Lake is a neighboring tourist site. The most popular adventure sport is trekking. Because of the open woodland region near the city limits, which is accessible to everyone, trekking is possible.
Muthyala Maduvu Timing: Muthyala maduvu falls timing are 6 am – 7 pm every day.
Best Time to Visit Muthyala Maduvu: August to November is the best time to visit Muthyala Maduvu.
Muthyala Maduvu Entry Fee: Rs 30 for a four-wheeler. Rs. 10 for a two-wheeler
Muthyala Maduvu Location: Pearl Valley Muthyalamaduvu, Thammanayakanahalli, Karnataka
Muthyala Maduvu Waterfall Distance from Bangalore:1 hr 16 min (42.4 km) via Hosur Rd
Muthyala Maduvu Falls Distance from Electronic City: 45 min (23.7 km) via Bannerghatta Main Rd/Jigani – Anekal Rd
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