5 most incredible waterfalls in Kerala

The land of Kerala has ample of forests, lakes and waterfalls. Water streams merge together to form luscious waterfalls in Kerala, which attract dozens of people. To add to this is for the pleasant monsoon season which makes sure you witness the majestic falls in their full might.
Without any delay, we would like to take you through the list of the best waterfalls in Kerala where you could chill, splash and unwind:

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1. Athirappilly Waterfalls

These offers spectacular views of the Sholayar hills as it is the highest waterfall in Kerala. The sound of the water plunging down will be music to your ears, and the sight would invoke a deep sense of wilderness in you because nowhere else would you see something as beautiful as this. As you walk down the stone slabs that lead to the base of the Athirappalli waterfalls, a mysterious serenity overcomes you. The sight of the water crashing onto the ground leaves you with a sense of wonder at the sheer power and magnificence of nature.

2. Meenmutty Waterfalls

One of the most gorgeous waterfalls in the state is Meenmutty. Cascading down through multiple tiers from a height of about 300 meters, it is a spectacular fall situated inside the forest. It is the second largest waterfall in Kerala. The falls can be reached by trekking down the hill for about 3 Kms through a rocky terrain.

3. Palaruvi Waterfalls

It is one of the most beautiful and 40th highest waterfall in India. The word Palaruvi means stream of milk in Malayalam. It is a favourite picnic spot for visitors from all over south India. The water falls into a small pool which is ideal for swimming. You have to trek through dense forests to reach the waterfall and the experience is definitely memorable.

4. Vazhachaal Waterfalls

These waterfalls became famous for not just their view but the endemic species found in the surrounding dense forests. Researchers have found four endangered species of the Hornbill here, the only place they thrive in the entire Western Ghats. Ornithologists attach great significance to this location and bird watchers can come across many rare and vibrant species in these parts. This stream is a breathtakingly gorgeous, situated very close to Athirapally – Valparai road, close to dense green forests that are home to many endangered and endemic species of flora and fauna.

5. Perunthenaruvi Waterfalls

Perunthenaruvi is amongst the most wonderful Kerala waterfalls formed on Pampa River, a favourite spot for both domestic and foreign tourists. The Perunthnaruvi means ‘The Honey Stream’. This water flows down a rocky bed and falls into a pool through multiple streams from a height ranging from 60 to 100 feet. This is a wonderful place to spend few hours swimming and playing in the water and enjoying the spectacular views.

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