The Sathodi Falls is a waterfall in India that is formed by several unnamed streams near Kallaramarane Ghat, Uttara Kannada District, near Sirsi and 32 km from Yellapur. It is about 15 meters (49.2 feet) tall. The stream then flows into the backwaters of the Kodasalli Dam, into the Kali River.The forest department were building a pergola for tourists to rest as of December 2006.It is best to visit the falls in winter, from early November to the end of February. Avoid the rainy season, when hostile terrain and blood-sucking leeches make these falls inaccessible.
How to Reach Sathodi Falls
From Yellapur, take the highway towards Hubballi (Hubli) [opposite direction of Magod Falls] and then turn left towards Ganesh Gudi (do not confuse this for Ganesh Gudi near Dandeli) immediately after the petrol bunk. An arch at the beginning of this road is a good landmark for the road to Sathodi Falls.
The roads are all right, with both good and bad patches. The distance between Ganesh Gudi and Sathodi Falls is around 10 kilometers. After Ganesh Gudi, it is just forest and forest and then comes to the beautiful view of the backwaters of the Kodasalli dam built across the river Kali.