The silver sword in western ghats, the golden feather in Kerala's tourism crown, it's none other than the most blessed waterfalls. Waterfalls are heavenly beautiful and captivating. There are enormous waterfalls around the world that arouse our interest and curiosity. While few of the waterfalls are geographically similar, others have popular fables attached to them. A spectacular feature in God's Own Country, Waterfalls, these small and large water streams are also fascinating for family picnics. The scenic beauty and breathtaking vicinity cast a spell with their matchless charm. You can immerse yourself in the magical pit of the pristine scenes. The South Indian state, Kerala has several falls to its names, check this blog out to know the best waterfall sights to witness.
Highest waterfalls in Kerala having featured in numerous regional and Bollywood movies, positioned around 1000 feet above the sea level at the River Chalakudy in Thrissur district. This is one of the most popular and visited waterfalls in Kerala and the biggest & attractive as well. Falls from the height of 82 feet in the form of different parallel streams and it is known as the 'Niagra Falls of India'. While your visit to Athrirapally waterfalls, you can enjoy a ravishing swim in the crystal clear waters. Athirapally waterfalls are surrounded by pretty rich biodiversity hotspots and have Asiatic elephants, lion-tailed macaque, etc.
75 Kms from Kochi, Nearest airport is Cochin International Airport, Nearest Railway station is Chalakudy.
Chalakudy in Thrissur District, Timings are from 08 am to 06 pm and they will charge you a ticket cost worth INR 15. Camping, bird watching, rafting, and trekking are the main activities to do.
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The beautiful Palaruvi waterfalls in Kollam district falls from a height of 300 feet and undoubtedly one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Kerala. It is one of the popular picnic spots for travelers from all over south India and becoming popular amongst foreigners too. The structure of these falls is friendly for swimming and there is a separate location for kids and ladies to take bath here. The name Palaruvi means 'Stream of Milk' in regional language. It is said that the water from this stream does have medicinal properties because the water cross over various medicinal plants and at last this comes to the falls. As the name express, these waterfalls look just like the fall of milk from the height of 300 feet.
81 Kms from Kollam and 11 km from Thenmala Dam. The nearest airport is Trivandrum International Airport and the nearest railway station is Aryankavu Railway Station.
Located in Kollam District. Trekking is worth memorable. Authorities will charge 2O rupees from local visitors and INR 40 foreigners.