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Tourist stuck for hours at Gaganachukki-Brahachukki falls


Team Udayavani, Jul 23, 2018, 12:02 PM IST

Bengaluru: Tourist who came to visit the spectacular falls – Gaganachukki and Bharachukki were stuck in traffic jams for over six hours. 

Traffic snarl was experienced here due to the crowd. Vehicles piled up for over seven km, from the parking facility at Bharachukki. A large part of the crowd is from Bengaluru, most of whom plan a one-day trip to the falls.

Lack of infrastructure around the waterfalls to accommodate the increased influx of tourists worsened the situation here on Sunday. 

Hemanth Kumar, a tourist from Tumakuru, said, “We started at around 12.30 pm from Bharachukki and it took four hours to cover a distance of three to four km. There was absolutely no crowd management and it was helter-skelter.”

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