Kerala is a beautiful place, famous as “Gods own country” which is rich with forest, lakes and waterfalls. If we talk about the waterfalls in Kerala its main source is Western Ghats. In Kerala there are many small as well as large falls which attract thousands of people.
Some of the famous waterfall in Kerala is mentioned below in detail:
1: Thusharagiri Waterfalls
Thusharagiri waterfall, situated at a distance of 50 km from Kozhikode, it is one of the most famous tourist spot in Kerala. The river challipuzha divided into three waterfalls from which one is Thusharagiri waterfall which means snowy peak. Among the three waterfalls the highest waterfall is Thenpara and it drops 75 meters below.
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2: Kombaikani and Meenmutti Waterfalls
This is one of the most famous spot for millions of tourist and has two magnificent waterfalls on the upper reaches of the Neyyar Reservoir. Well it is a best picnic spot which attract many people to experience bird watching, angling as well as tracking.
3: Athirapally Waterfalls
Athirapally Waterfalls is one of the most prominent gateways from the Cochin that attract thousands of visitors every year. Athirapally Waterfalls is beautiful place in Kerala; everyone should visit once in their lifetime to enjoy the beauty of Kerala. It is situated at 78 km from Cochin (Kochi). In order to join Chalakkudy river water drops down from 80 feet’s.
4: Thomankuttu Waterfalls
Thomankuttu Waterfalls is one of the eco-tourism destinations which are located at a distance of 20 and 25 km from the place named Thodupuzha. This is an ideal destination for the peoples who love to go for a picnic in any natural surroundings. Thommankuthu waterfall is best for those people who are nature lover as well as adventure lover.
5: Nyayamakad Waterfalls
Nyayamakad Waterfalls is a good place for visitors to visit; this waterfall is 10 km from the place Munnar Kerala, which is located between Munnar and Rajamala. In Nyayamakad Waterfalls, water level cascades down from height of almost 1600 meters and its is an excellent place for picnic as well as tracking. It is a great opportunity for you to explore, experience and learn new things about tea gardening.