Waterfalls In Kerala
This is a tiny village nearly
15kms from Malayattur. The crystal clear medicated water of the
River Mulamkuzhi and the waterfalls of Venanbravady near Malayattur
is an enchanting sight. There is also a confluence of the rivers
Periyar and Perumthode.
This place is located between
Munnar and Pallivasal, and a beautiful sight of waterfalls and
rolling hills can be seen here. Attukal is also ideal for long treks
The Cheeyappara and Valara
waterfalls are located between Narimangalam and Adimali on the
kochi-Madurai highway. The Cheeyapara waterfalls cascade down in
seven steps. It is a real feast for the eyes.
10 Kms from Munnar, located
between Munnar and Rajamala Nyamkad is a land of breathtaking
waterfalls. The Waters cascade down a hill from a height of about
1600 meters, the enchanting surrounding make an excellent picnic
spot and trekking point.
- Power House Waterfall
18 Km from Munnar,
this waterfall is on the way to Thekkady from Munnar, which cascades
down to step rock 2000m above sea level. The spot is enriched which
the scenic western mountain range and is an ideal place for a break
on the way to the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary .
28 km from Thodupuzha is
Thommankutthu, which is famous for its numerous waterfalls. This
place is ideal for natural lovers as the seven-step waterfall here
is a much loved picnic spot. At each step, there is a cascade and a
pool beneath to enjoy the panoramic beauty; the best way is to
undertake a trek that takes one to the top of the mountain, a 12 km.
Lying 50kms east of
Kozhikode, Thusharagiri is a little tribal tourist spot in Kerala.
Tow streams originating from the Western Ghats meet here to form the
River Challipuzha. The river diverges into three waterfalls,
creating a snowy spray, which gives the name 'Thusharagiri' which
means 'snowy peak'. A 5km trek upstream will take one to the
stream's origin. Of the three waterfalls, the highest is the
Thenpara that drops 75 metres below.
- Kesari Waterfalls
The Kesari waterfalls,
also known as Valanjamkanam falls, lies between Kuttikanam and
Murinjapuzha on the Kottayam-Kumaly route. Valanjamkanam is a 3 hr.
journey from Kottayam by any bus to Kumaly; trek to Kuttikanan
offers additional adventurous spirit and closeness to nature.
- Maramala Waterfall
This lies a few kms
away from Eerattupetta. It is exactly 7 kms from Teekoy rubber
estate. From here a private vehicle can take you further 2 kms after
which the road is not motor able. To reach the falls one has to trek
through the estate over the rocky path. The waterfall is about 60
metres in height, falling into a 12-meter deep pool and joins the
River Teekoy way down.
A Dhoni waterfall is a 3 hours trek
from the base of the Dhoni Hills. A thick reserve forest surrounds
it. Dhoni is about 15 kms from Palakkad.
A Meenvallam waterfall is
around 8kms from Thuppanad junction on the Palakkad- Manarkkad
route. It is a combination of enchanting beauty and scenic splendor.
The water falls from nearly 20 to 25 feet and the depth is around
15-20 feet. There are 10 steps of waterfalls of which eight are
located in the upper hills inside the dense forest. They are
inaccessible, only the remaining two steps are accessible. One has
to hire a jeep from Koomankund junction and then trek a distance of
1.5 km by crossing the river Thuppanad.
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