This waterfall is in the middle of private land. The stream flows in a small natural valley covered on both sides by areca plantations. The water slopes down for some distance and then jumps down the remaining distance. Not a great waterfall but a lovely one when in full flow. The locals are friendly and allow visitors to go through their land towards the waterfall. There is a cave above the waterfall which the bats have made their home and it is said that this cave is worth a visit. But one has to take some risk to reach the cave and is better avoided. Height: Approximately 30ft. Best time to visit is during August and September.