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It’s very nice to see the dam with gates open. Water rushing through creating a cloud of mist.
Need to walk around 500m from the gates to reach the dam gates. Some vendors sell local delicacies around. Typically street food.
Usually people aren’t...More
During monsoons the where the dam gates are open - u can’t go inside so the alternative option is there s a back entry - check with the locals there they’ll help you . If you want to get into water and swim after a...More
he Gorur Dam, which is also known as the Hemavathi Dam, is a beautiful and striking picnic spot that attracts tourists from all across the country.For security reasons they dont allow insde so going there is waste of time and money
By the time we reached there, the dam was closed. But somehow we managed to take permission and climb the top of the dam after climbing around 70 stairs. As it was sunset time when we reached we were little disappointed initially but the view...More
The dam is good, and has stairs to climb to top but the police officials and locals inside don't allow to go on top easily. For us we need to ask a lot and then later they allowed later but no photography was allowed. Once...More
Dam is not open for anybody. They will not allow to go on the Dam. But, you can have a complete view of the dam from outside(adjacent park). The main fun is not on the dam, but in the backwater. Where you can... More
Dam is not open for anybody. They will not allow to go on the Dam. But, you can have a complete view of the dam from outside(adjacent park). The main fun is not on the dam, but in the backwater. Where you can have various water rides. They will provide various ride effects which adds memorable moments. The water sports area is open from 9 am to 5 PM. If you are accompanied by others, you will enjoy the sports.
Regarding Settihalli church, as you know, there were water crisis in most of the reservoirs, it was not. Now, as the monsoon had already started, hoping the water levels are increased :)