In todays generation youngsters are more interested in unexplored destinations, it has become a travel trend nowdays.

All I have seen teaches me to trust the Creator for all I have not seen

Travelling to places that are untouched by you beforte or unfamiliar in general can be very adventourous.

Let me share TripJodi ‘s one such expedition in search of an unexplored waterfall, Uyillety.

While statying in Kotagiri, our care taker was describing about, one of the famous attraction in Kotagiri “The Catherine Waterfalls

When he paused, we inquired if any other such kind of waterfall or streams are there near by. From him, we got a clue that, there is a small village named Uylatti few kilometers away and he has heard that there is a small waterfall there.

That clue was enough for us to start our journey. First thing we did was to search Uylatti in map–no trace of that village in map, we started off hoping that localities will be knowing about the village. First few people we asked didnt know where the village is,however we were lucky to find an old women, who told us the way to uylatti.. Thanks to that Grand Maa

Uyiletti Water FallsOn the way to Uyletti there was a carrot farm and carrots were being cleaned after cultivation.

” nature has got more beautifull places which is untouched yet”.

Uyiletti Water Falls / Elk Falls

There were also orange farms on the hill tops.Climate was getting cooler and cooler.
On our way we got confused, as there were many pocket roads in-between. The villagers helped us to find the correct way.

The sceneries around were very beautiful, fresh and refreshing cool air to breath.
We could hear the waterfall, we were near to it but unable to find where it is.No one else was around to ask. We went ahead- still the waterfall was not visible, but when turned back. We spotted it.

Uyiletti Water Falls / Elk Falls

It was a marvelous sight to see. Really amaizing, as it was monsoon time the water fall was full with splashing water. the beauty of waterfall attracted us to go near and feel the splash, but going near was not that easy, it was steep and thick tea shrubs around.

“Water is the most perfect TRAVELER because when it travels it becomes the path itself!”

Traveling on an untraveled way is exciting, you never know what you are going to come across next.
Walking through the estate my heart beat had increased as there can be snakes, wild pigs, bisons down there. Still kept on moving, the view of waterfall was getting clearer.
Finally reached near enough to the water falls, we could feel the splash– and it was awesome.

Uyiletti Water Falls / Elk Falls

Nature is one of the most underutilized treasures in life.

Uyiletti Water Falls / Elk Falls

Staying there for long was not safe as we could find animal footprints around. We climbed up soon.

“Adventure, yeah. I guess that’s what you call it when everybody comes back alive.”

It was really an amaizing experience

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