We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
This article contains a discussion by TripAdvisor members concerning the above topic.
Please note that the discussion was closed to any additional postings as of Nov 1, 2016
and, as such, some of the information contained herein may be outdated and cannot be
commented on by travelers at this time. Please take this into account when making your
As the name itself, it's used to be a tigers' den but in 1950, a local hunter discovered the place, got the tigers away and turned it to his farm.
Today, it has become a tourist attraction, not really well known and the way to get there is rough at some points - you can only reach their by motor bike, sedan or SUV as bigger vans can not use the small roads.
You will discover the imposing waterfall and the mysterious tigers' den as well as discovering the nature. The place itself is also not crowded (only few people visit there), but if you are adventurous and are looking for good places to take photos of the landscape on the way to there, this place is for you.
Don't worry, there are no more tigers around there but it is being promoted, so soon it will be more well-known.