The Ganganna Sirrassu and Kalyanarevulu Waterfalls are located along the border of Tamilnadu and Karnataka States which eventually form parts of the Kaudinya Elephant Sanctuary. Both these waterfalls are seasonal and extremely picturesque. These waters flowing at a height of 200 feet attract a number of tourists, mostly from Karnataka, Tamilnadu and the Chittoor District of Andhra Pradesh. The four water pools formed due to the flow of water on a single rock at Kalyanarevulu, which is also popularly known as Kalyanarevulu. At a distance of 200 feet from the Ganganna Sirassu this water stream flows through a narrow valley, known as Ganganna Valley which is shut on all sides by precipitous walls of rock. Surprisingly pleasant, Ganganna Sirassu is a tourist hotspot.