Vaideki Falls is a waterfall situated in the outskirts of Coimbatore city about 35 km (22 mi) from Coimbatore. The nearest village is Narasipuram. This waterfall used to be called "Tholayira Murthi Kandi", in Tamil Tholayiram stands for the number nine hundred, word Murthy has several interpretations, one is The Lord, another means Manifestation. Kandi is the word for (water)fall. The waterfall derives the present name after the movie "Vaithegi Kathirunthal" by director R. Sundarrajan. The location is now a popular tourist spot in the City of Coimbatore. It is not well connected to transport facilities.
Nowadays visitors are not allowed in order to protect wildlife which is abundant in that area.
This falls is located near Narasipuram village near Thondamuthur, Coimbatore. There is direct bus from Coimbatore Bus Stand to Narasipuram (1hr drive). From Narasipuram you need walk a couple of kms to reach this Vaidehi falls.
Vaidehi Falls comes under the forest jurisdiction and hence proper permission is to be sought from the concerned authorities before entering this area. Since there are plenty of wild animals, it is advised that visitors take the assistance of forest guards and go along with them for safe passage and return. It involves quite a distance of walking inside the jungle in order to reach this beautiful place of interest. The falls is very beautiful and has a naturally formed slope.