Waterfalls in Kerala are numerous. As one travel to the dstinations in Kerala, one can pass through narrow waterfalls and bewitching waterfalls. Spend time here and get the refreshing and cool atmosphere to revitlise yourself.
The important waterfalls in Kerala are Athirapally, Vazhachal, Palaruvi & Tusharagiri.
Athirappally & Vazhachal
The scenic beauty of Vazhachal (63 km from Thrissur) catches your attention the moment you enter the area dominated by the Sholayar ranges. Falling from a height of 80 feet, the Vazhachal waterfall presents an awe inspiring scene for tourists to view and enjoy. Athirappally fall is 5 km away from the Vazhachal waterfall merges with the water of the Chalakudy river after falling from atop. Both these waterfalls with their pure and clean water are completely mesmerizing for visitors.
At a distance of 75 km from Kollam and at the Kerala - Tamil Nadu border lies the beautiful Palaruvi waterfall. Rushing down from a height of 300 feet and with numerous other smaller cascades surrounding it, the Palaruvi waterfall appears more like a fall of milk. The pool below where the water falling down collects is ideal for swimming
Thomankuttu is well known for its beautiful waterfalls. Lying at a distance of 74 km from Cochin, the seven step Thomankuttu waterfalls is splendid in its beauty and charm. Each step provides a cascade and a pool beneath. Numerous caves surround the waterfall which has emerged as a hotspot for tourists wishing to chill out.
Power House Waterfall
While on your way to view the magnificent wildlife of the Periyar Sanctuary from Munnar, stop by to view the Powerhouse Waterfall.They are a visual treat for eyes. Falling from a great height of 2000 m, the fall takes its spectator by surprise due its beauty. Western Mountain ranges surrounding it add to its beauty.
Another ideal picnic spot for the tourists, the Aruvikkuzhi Waterfalls falls from a height of 100 feet. The highlight of this waterfall are numerous streams that make their way through the landscape occupied with rubber plantation.
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