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Waterfalls in Kerala

Among other scenic wonders of Kerala, waterfalls also have an important place in making the state a splendorous sightseeing destination. Waterfalls have been dispersed all across the length and breadth of Kerala. Waterfalls in the midst of rolling hills cascading from impressive heights are a real feast for all eyes. Even if you are looking for some wonderful picnic spots in the state, these waterfalls can just be the destination of choice. Nature lovers from across the world flock to these waterfalls for soaking up the soul stirring panoramic views. Which is more, there are exciting trekking opportunities waiting for you as you choose to spend your holidays at these waterfalls of Kerala.

Waterfalls have been distributed in almost all the key regions of the state. Some of the most frequented Kerala waterfalls are as follows.

Cheeyappara Waterfalls in Kochi
Families and friends of both tourists and locals arrive at Cheeyappara Waterfalls to share some quality moments together. Besides enjoying an exciting sightseeing tour of Kochi, you can also plan to head towards these waterfalls, held as a significant eco-tourism destination
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Waterfalls in Idukki
Positioned between Munnar and Pallivasal, Attukal is known for its picture-perfect waterfalls and winding hills. Trekkers can also have plenty of fun here. Advancing along the Kochi-Madurai Highway, you will come across such picturesque waterfalls as Cheeyappara and Valara. Cascading down from great height in seven steps, Cheeyappara waterfalls are a wonderful treat for all eyes.

Waterfalls in Ernakulam
If you are visiting Munnar hill station, you can easily reach Nyayamkad, which features a collection of eye catching waterfalls. Here, the waters come cascading down from an elevation of around 1,600 m. Besides, planning a picnic here travelers can also start on scenic treks. Nyayamkad is just at a distance of 10 km from Munnar. Another popular tourist destination at Ernakulam is Mulamkuzhi, at 15 km from Malayattur. The Venanbravady waterfalls and the medicinal waters of River Mulamkuzhi are truly worth experiencing for every tourist.

Waterfalls in Kozhikode
Travelling 50 km east of Kozhikode (previously Calicut), you come across Thusharagiri. Besides featuring a number of wonderfully spraying waterfalls, the place is also attracts crowd as a tribal tourist destination. The Thenpara, which drops down 75 m, is the most elevated of all the three waterfalls located here. Besides feasting your eyes on these natural wonders, you can also choose to enjoy a 5-km-long trek at this place. The trek will take you to the source of this the stream which gives rise to waterfalls.

Waterfalls in Thrissur (Trichy)
Positioned 5 km apart from each other, Athirapally and Vazhachal waterfalls are counted among the most breathtaking waterfalls in Kerala. Both the waterfalls are located close to the entranceway of the Sholayar forest ranges.

Waterfalls in Wayanad
The Wayanad region of Kerala boasts a number of engaging waterfalls. Trekking opportunities also await travelers as they arrive in Wayanad to watch the waterfalls. Some famously known waterfalls in the Wayanad region are as follows.