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Waterfalls in Kerala

If you have ever wondered what makes Kerala a true God's own country, one can undoubtedly say that that the pristine forests, natural landscapes, incredible waterfalls and mysterious backwaters together make kerala a true land of the God. If a traveler happens to be at kerala on any of the Kerala tour packagesenjoying the beauty of the place is foremost. Kerala is truly blessed with many wonderful waterfalls and the falls of kerala always find its way onto the itinerary of any kerala tour package easily

Though there are many waterfalls in Kerala, if you are on a tight Kerala holidays schedule, make it a point to visit the most important waterfalls in Kerala.

Athirappilly Waterfalls

Arguably the best waterfalls in Kerala, this is a sheer treat to the eyes of a yearning traveler who loves the beauty of nature in its perfect form. The waterfall is located around 47 Kilometers from the Thrissur town. The way up to the waterfall is quite an experience in itself. If you ask anyone who has visited this waterfall, there is nothing as breathtaking and beautiful as this waterfall elsewhere in Kerala.

Meenmutty Waterfalls

If you love trekking through rugged and rock-laden roads to a place, which has a celestial feeling and jaw dropping scenery, then Meenmutty waterfalls is the best place you can spend some of your precious kerala holidays.Located in Wayanad, the Meenmutty waterfalls attract thousands of international and domestic tourists every year. The journey to the waterfalls itself is a memorable one as the traveler has to amble past green and mist-clad valleys and thick forests.

Thusharagiri Waterfalls

Given birth by the mighty Western Ghats, Thusharagiri waterfalls are located 50 kilometers from the city of Calicut. Thusharagiri roughly translates to 'Snowy Peak' in the local language and the view of the waterfalls justifies the name impressively. The decline of the water from the rocky hillock is simply awesome and it gives a felling of extra-ordinary elegance and beauty. One has to trek around 5 kilometers to view the origin of the waterfall and it is a tiresome journey, as one needs to walk through rugged roads and slippery rocks. For people who want to add some adventure to their kerala tour package,there is no better place than this for an adrenaline drive.

Palaruvi Waterfalls

Palaruvi is the 40th highest waterfall in India and is located in Kollam district. Naturally preserved and with least of human intervention, unlike other popular waterfalls in Kerala, this one has been able to preserve its natural beauty considerably. Literally translating to 'Stream of Milk' for the milky color of the descending water, Palaruvi waterfall attracts thousands of tourists every year

Soochippara Waterfalls

Another beautiful waterfall from Wayanad, Soochippara is one of the most visited waterfalls in Kerala. Tourists are always advised to be careful here as the rocks and stones are rugged and slippery, one can end up in real trouble if enough care is not taken.

There is no fun in availing a kerala holiday package, if you plan not to visit some of the above-mentioned waterfalls. A person who has visited some of these would surely say that he would have missed the best part of Kerala, had he/she not visited these waterfalls.

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