Tourists must visit Hebbe Falls as it is one of the most popular attractions of Kemmanagundi. Hebbe Falls, cascading from the elevation of 168 m, is located amid a coffee estate. Travellers planning to explore this waterfall can reach the site on foot or on a four-wheeler. The fall is divided into two in the midst of the course; the bigger portion has been named 'Dodda Hebbe' and smaller one is known as 'Chikka Hebbe'.
Hebbe Falls is the perfect site for people who are looking forward to spend some time amidst tranquil natural surroundings. Tourists can bathe here as it is believed that the water contains high medicinal properties that can easily cure skin diseases as well as common cold.
Adventure enthusiasts can reach the fall via trekking on a narrow path from Kemmanagundi and participate in water sports. Travellers can visit the fall via jeeps that are easily available here.
A visit to Z Point is 'recommended' to travellers passing by Kemmanagundi. They can reach this vantage point via trekking in order to enjoy a stunning view from this vantage spot upon reaching. A beautiful view of sunset can also be seen from this point after a long trek.
Z Point enables tourists to have a view of distant Shola grasslands situated at the Western Ghats. Shanthi Falls is one of the popular attractions of Kemmanagundi that is located in proximity of Z Point.
While on a trip to Kemmanagundi, tourists must visit Kalahatti Falls. Kalahatti Falls, otherwise known as Kalahashti Falls or Kallathigiri Falls, plummets from the height of about 122 km. As per locals, Saint Agasthya is associated with Kalahatti Falls.
In the proximity of the fall, there is a Veerabhadra Shrine that belongs to the period of Vijayanagara Empire. The temple's entrance is beautifully decorated with stone statues of three elephants. During the months of March and April, a large number of pilgrims can be seen celebrating the annual fair at this temple. This annual celebration is attended by both Muslims as well as Hindus.
On a trip to Kemmanagundi, tourists are recommended to explore the Shanti Falls, where the water cascades from the hilltop. They would get the chance to view the beautiful valley that is bound by beautiful surroundings with deep valleys and hills on each side.
In proximity is the striking Shola Grassland of the Western Ghats. Tourists can also visit Z Point that is located at the vicinity of Shanti Falls.
While on a trip to Kemmanagundi, travellers must visit Rock Garden, which is one of the prime attractions of the destination. The pathway of this Rock Garden has been sculpted out of rocks.
Several types of flowers, the breathtaking view of the sunset amidst verdant green mountains and plains are the main attractions of the site. Tourists can also see the Bhadra Reservoir from one end of the Rock Garden. The ideal time to visit this garden is in the evening at the time of sunset.