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Water Falls in Kerala

Meenmutty Waterfalls
Meenmutty waterfalls is 3-tiered , which fall 500 m down the ghats, It is on the way in between Mappadi to Chembra. 10 km from Mappadi.
Vazhachal Waterfalls
A picturesque spot adjacent to thick green forest land, Vazhachal is just 90 kilometers from Cochin. The gliding Vazhachal waterfall is a part of the Chalakudy river.
Palaruvi Waterfalls
35 kilometers east of Punalur on the Quilon - Shenkottah road is the Ariankavu mountain pass. 5 kilometers away is the spectacular Palaruvi waterfall at an attitude of 300 ft. with smaller cascades nearby.
Athirapally Waterfalls
At the entrance to the Sholayar ranges, 78 kilometers from Cochin, this scintillating waterfall is a popular tourist spot.
Keezharkuth

Keezharkuth (25 km from Thodupuzha in Idukki) The Rainbow waterfalls, which cascade down a rock from a height of about 1500 mt is a wonderful attraction of this spot. It can be seen throughout the year in full swing. The forest around this spot is home to various medicinal plants. It is an ideal place for rock climbing, mountaineering and camp trekking.

Nearest railway station: Changanacherry, about 93 km from Idukki
Nearest airport: Madurai (Tamil Nadu) about 140 km from Idukki. Cochin International Airport, about 190 km from Idukki.

Attukal
(9 km from Munnar in Idukki) A panorama of waterfalls and rolling hills, Attukal, located between Munnar and Pallivasal, is a feast for the eyes. The place is also ideal for long treks.

Nearest railway station: Changanacherry, about 93 km from Idukki
Nearest airport: Madurai (Tamil Nadu) about 140 km from Idukki. Cochin International Airport, about 190 km from Idukki.
Power House Waterfalls

(18 km from Munnar): This waterfall on the way to Thekkady from Munnar cascades down a steep rock 2000 m above sea level. The spot is enriched with the scenic western mountain ranges, and is an ideal place for a break on the way to the Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary in Thekkady.

Aruvikkuzhi Waterfalls

(18 km from Kottayam town)2 km down a mud lane from Kumarakom, this beautiful picnic spot where streams tinkle as they make their way through the landscape and waters roar as they cascade down the mountains from a height of 100 ft. Tourists can also enjoy the shade of the rubber plantations here.

Kaalakkayam waterfall

It is the season of the Monsoon and the rivers and water bodies of Kerala are experiencing a new lease of life. If you are the kind of person, least bothered about venturing out in the woods during the rainy season and is ready to take some risk and watch a waterfall in its full glory, then head for Kaalakkayam waterfall located in the forests near Idinjaar in Thiruvananthapuram District. To reach Kaalakkayam from Thiruvananthapuram, one has to come via Palode, which is about 35 kms from Thiruvananthapuram. From Palode take a deviation to reach Peringamala. Take a right turn from Peringamala to reach Kurissadi via Idinjaar, 12 km away. Since there are no signboards leading to the falls, from Kurissadi, one may seek local assistance to reach the spot of the waterfalls. In and around the Kaalakkayam waterfalls, it is an ambiance that defies words. The waterfall is part of the Mankayam stream that originates in the Agasthyavanam forest. A pool formed at the base of the waterfall is indeed worth a dip and the cool water simply enlivens your body. While attempting to cross the stream to reach the waterfall, one needs to watch the steps, as there are moss covered rocks, which are quite slippery. The forest nearby the waterfall is also a great spot to watch birds and also other species of fauna and flora. A trail along the stream to explore the sights on either side is yet another option for those who would love to walk around a bit.

Nearest railway station: Thiruvananthapuram Central Railway Station, about 50 kms.
Nearest airport: Thiruvananthapuram International Airport, about 60 kms.

Perumthenaruvi Waterfalls
The Perumthenaruvi is a famous waterfall. Here, the water flows down a rocky bed into a ravine, sixty to one hundred feet deep.

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