Shivanasamudram is located 120 kms from Bangalore and 60 kms. from Mysore. Shivanasamudram / Shivasamudram / Sivasamudram is a small hamlet town surrounded by forested hills and lush green valleys. It is here that the river cauvery divides into two and pluments into a 75 meter deep, rocky gorge to form the picturesque Bharrachukki and the Gaganchukki waterfalls.
# Trekking - There are two prominent routes that one can take one to the gaaganchukki which is about 7kms one way is popular and takes about 1.5 to 2 hrs.
# Bird Watching – A variety of migratory birds are situated in and around Shivanasamudram.
# Fun Fish - One can go fishng in the water bodies around.
# Wild life - The surrounding shrub jungle abound with deer, rabbits, wild boar, peacock, partridge, quail etc. Elephants are normally sited between June to December.
Shivanasamudram is a popular nature centric getaway that is well accessed from Bangalore and Mysore.
Typical Stay Duration: 1 or 2 nights Seasonality: June - March