Kerala, the land that is known and world-renowned as God’s Own Country, is also a land of various rivers and streams. These streams, running through the wild forests create gorgeous and magnificent waterfalls. In other words, the waterfalls in Kerala remain gifts of these numerous rivers and streams.
A trip to any of the Kerala waterfalls will surely be pleasing and refreshing for all. Who is there in the world who never like the alluring view of waterfalls falling down through steep rocks, forming foams look like white-colored milk? It is really gorgeous to see water falling down, smashing on rocks and everyone likes it.
Here Visitor Kerala has listed out those most renowned waterfalls of Kerala, to make your Kerala visit more enjoyable.
Located 22 km from Kottayam, Aruvikkuzhi is a beautiful picnic spot and an ideal shooting location for movies. Aruvikuzhy Waterfalls, falling in five steps, is a real feast for the eyes. Here streams make their way through the landscape and the water roars as it cascades 100 ft. down the… read more
Athirappally is located 63 km. from Thrissur and Vazhachal 68 km. from Thrissur. Athirappally and Vazhachal, the two scenic and popular waterfalls on the edge of the Sholayar forest ranges are just 5 km. apart. The Athirappally Falls joins the Chalakkudy river, after plummeting down a drop of 80 feet.… read more
Moving along the Cochin-Madurai highway in the direction of Munnar, you will reach the site of Cheeyappara and Valara waterfalls. These falls are located between Adimali and Neriamangalam; on the way to Munnar. Thus the tourists who visit Munnar normally pay a visit to these sites as well. Surrounded by… read more
Chinnakanal waterfalls or Power House Waterfalls may not be as popular as Thommankuthu waterfalls in Idukki. However that does not mean that this is not an inferior one. You will surely enjoy visiting this fall that is located just 16 km away from Munnar, as it holds a unique charm… read more
Kochu Kuttalam Waterfalls, a 50-feet tall waterfall located in Vazhappara village in Pathanapuram, now attracts thousands of tourists every day. The waterfall though not very popular, could be a nice place to roam around in free time. But before you visit make sure that the waterfalls is alive and not… read more