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Kerala Waterfalls

Waterfalls in Kerala entirely justify the other name of the city, “God’s Own Country”. These rustling streams offer some spectacular views of the luscious surroundings and a calming and soothing experience to nature lovers. Among all the waterfalls, Kombaikani, Athirapally, and Meenmutty Waterfalls are the majestic ones that captivate the tourists with their enchanting beauty. You even need to trek to some of these places to enjoy the adventure it enfolds.

Apart from the Kerala Waterfalls, a rich assortment of flora and fauna and the splendid scenic beauty offers an inexplicable experience close to the heart of nature. Hence, you must plan a trip to this bewildering destination repleted with multiple gushing waterfalls. There are around twenty-seven waterfalls in Kerala, and you should visit some of them to enjoy the pleasant atmosphere away from the humdrum of city life

Here are some of the best Waterfalls in Kerala:

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Athirapally Waterfalls

Located 73 km from Kochi, the Athirapally Waterfalls are the biggest and one of the most famous Kerala waterfalls, making it a top attraction to visit during your stay. These falls are a great place to go if you are looking for a weekend getaway while in Kochi, Coimbatore or Munnar.

For spectacular views of the Sholayar hills, all you have to do is take a 15-minute walk to the top of the Athirapally Waterfalls! While here, you can enjoy exciting activities including trekking, river rafting, etc.

80 feet.

Location: At the entrance to the Sholayar hill range in Thrissur district.

How to reach: You can take a direct bus to Athirapally Waterfalls from Chalakudy(30 km) or Thrissur(55 km).

Best time to visit:
September to January.

Nearest city: Kochi(70 km)


Thommankuthu Waterfalls

A breathtaking seven-step cascading waterfall, Thommankuthu Waterfalls is another one of the best waterfalls in Kerala to visit during your holiday. Located 25 km from Idukki, this is a superb place to go for a day of nature-watching and enjoying the waters of the falls.

The picturesque hills that surround Thommankuthu Waterfalls are ideal for adventure lovers who like to trek and hike and also a great spot for picnics, boating, and horseback riding. If you are in the Thodupuzha, Idukki or Munnar areas, be sure to take a trip to see these majestic falls.

Over 300 feet with a pool at each of the 7 levels.


How to reach:
Bus or cab from Idukki, Munnar or Thodupuzha.

Best time to visit:
September to May.

Nearest city:
Thodupuzha(20 km) and Idukki(25 km)


Meenmutty Waterfalls

Located near Bansura Sagar Dam, Meenmutty Waterfalls is known as one of the best waterfalls in South India and among the most popular tourist spots to visit in Wayanad. These spectacular waterfalls are situated in a thick, green forest and flow through a rocky platform.

They have major tiers that vary in height. You can reach the first tier by a roughly half km walk from the fall’s main entrance/parking area while you can reach the second tier by trekking through steps that have been built over boulders. The lower tier is smaller with a pool in which water collects – safe and fun for swimming.

Height: Over 800 feet with a number of tiers in varying heights.

Location: Near Wayanad.

How to reach: Bus, cab, jeep or auto-rickshaw from Kalpetta via the Ooty road(25 km).

Best time to visit: October to May.

Nearest city: Kalpetta, Wayanad.

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Nyayamakkad Waterfalls

Famed for being one of Kerala’s highest cascading falls, Nyayamakkad Waterfalls is located close to the entrance of the Eravikulam National Park. The falls are close to the Rajamalai entrance and a great place to visit along with the Eravikulam/Rajamalai Park.

These are definitely one of the best waterfalls in Kerala. If you like trekking, this is the perfect place for you and what is superb about it is that you can enjoy enthralling views of the surrounding valleys of the Western Ghats, including Anamudi and a number of other peaks.

Height: Over 1,500 meters.

Location: 10 km from Munnar.

How to reach: 2-hour bus drive from Munnar KSRTC Bus Station.

Best time to visit: Between October and December.

Nearest city: Munnar.


Mulamkuzhi Waterfalls

Originating from Mulamkuzhi River, this waterfall, although smaller than most of the other falls in the state, is one of the most prominent in Kerala. Set amidst mystic mountains, a lush green forest and beautiful lakes, Mulamkuzhi Waterfalls is known for its crystal clear waters, which is why swimming and bathing are popular here.

It is also believed that the water that falls atop the hilly ranges is medicated and that bathing in the stream of the falls can cure a variety of skin diseases. It is also said that the water gets its medicinal properties from the powerful herbs that the falls’ water passes through in the hilly terrain.

Height: 80 feet.

Location: Mulamkuzhi Village in Ernakulam District.

How to reach: A bus from the nearest station in Kaladi.

Best time to visit: June to August.

Nearest city: Kochi.


Kombaikani Waterfalls

One of the famous Kerala waterfalls, Kombaikani is situated in the upper part of the Neyyar reservoir. This is also where the Meenmutti Waterfalls lies. To reach the falls, you will need to trek through the forests, so it is an ideal place for those seeking adventure.

Keep in mind, in order to visit Kombaikani Waterfalls, as well as Meenmutti, you must obtain permission from the Kallar Forest Protection Group. You will need a guide to accompany you to the falls. This area is not only great for trekking but also bird-watching and picnics.

Height: 500 meters.

Location: Near Kallar.

How to reach: A bus ride from Kallar bus station and then a 2 km trek.

Best time to visit: September to February.

Nearest city: Thiruvananthapuram.


Thusharagiri Waterfalls

This waterfall is located in Kerala’s Kozhikode district and famous for being one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the Malabar region. Thusharagiri Waterfalls is also one of the most tourist attractions in Wayanad.

Literally meaning ‘snow-capped mountains,’ Thusharagiri is formed by two streams that originate from the Western Ghats and meet to form the Chalippuzha River, which then diverges into three waterfalls. The area where these falls lie are known as the ‘trekker’s paradise’ hence, a great place for those who enjoy trekking and rock climbing.

Height: 75 meters.

Location: Near Wayanad in the Kozhikode district.

How to reach: Private transportation from Kodencheri village, which you can reach by frequent bus services from Kozhikode.

Best time to visit: September to December.

Nearest city: Kodencheri(6 km).

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Lakkam Waterfalls

When it comes to waterfalls in Kerala, one of the most well known around the Munnar area is Lakkam Waterfalls. It is an amazing tourist attraction that you must not miss visiting if you are in this part of the state.

Situated in a dense forest, this wide, scenic waterfall cascades into a small pool at the bottom, giving you a beautiful place to swim and play. Lakkam Waterfalls, also known as Lakkom Waterfalls, is formed by the Eravikulam stream that originates from the Eravikulam National Park.

Height: Over 50 feet.

Location: 1.5 km from Marayoor.

How to reach: Bus or cab from Marayoor.

Best time to visit: Between October and January.

Nearest city: Marayoor.


Palaruvi Falls

Palaruvi is word that means ‘stream of milk’ in Malayalam, and the Palaruvi Waterfalls are undoubtedly one of Kerala’s most beautiful falls. Located near Kollam, these falls are a favorite picnic spot for everyone, locals and tourists alike.

The water from Palaruvi Waterfalls falls into a small pool, giving visitors a superb place to swim. Separate bathing locations are designated for ladies and children. The Thenmala Dam and Shenduruny Wildlife Sanctuary are located nearby so you can visit these famous tourist spots as well.

Height: 300 feet.

Location: Kollam – Tenkasi road.

How to reach: Bus or cab from Tenkasi (29 km) or Kollam(81 km).

Best time to visit: June to January.

Nearest city: Tenkasi.


Cheeyapara and Valara Waterfalls

Cascading down in seven steps, Cheeyapara Waterfalls is one of the most awe-inspiring waterfalls that you will see in Kerala. An amazing place for trekkers, this part of the state is known for 2 acres of evergreen forests that are situated upon a gigantic rock that is over 500 acres in area.

This is also an ideal place for mountaineering. Valara Waterfalls, on the other hand, features a chain of falls that provide a magnificent view of the surrounding areas. This area is rich in flora and fauna, making it a superb place for nature lovers.

Height: 1000 feet.

Location: Between Adimali and Neriamangalam on Munnar to Kochi highway(NH49).

How to reach: Buses that run between Munnar and Kochi.

Best time to visit: Monsoon and post-monsoon seasons.

Nearest city: Munnar(39 km).


Dhoni Waterfalls

The combination of the Dhoni Waterfalls and trekking opportunities attracts hundreds of visitors to this zone of Kerala each year. If you are looking for one of the most interesting Kerala waterfalls, this is certainly it.

You can explore the reserve forests and hilly terrains filled with an amazing array of wildlife and plants. While you are here, you should also stop at the Vishwanatha Swami shrine and also experience the annual chariot festival.

Height: 80 feet.

Location: 15 km from Palakkad town.

How to reach: Bus/cab from Palakkad.

Best time to visit: September to December.

Nearest city: Kollengode Town.


Thoovanam Waterfalls

Located inside Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary, the Thoovanam Waterfalls is another beautiful waterfall to visit when you are in the Munnar area. Formed by Pambar River, the waterfalls make an impressive sight as you get closer to it.

This area also has a trekking route that is a favorite among adventurers and outdoor enthusiasts. Thoovanam Waterfalls is also a great place to enjoy a dip or swim in the river’s crystal clear water. Enjoy nature at its most splendid in Thoovanam Waterfalls.

Height: 1400 feet.

Location: 4 km from Alampetty Junction Checkpost on Munnar - Udamalpet Road.

How to reach: A 4 km trek from Alempetty Checkpost.

Best time to visit: Year round, but is best after the monsoon season.

Nearest city: Marayoor(10 km)


Vazhachal Waterfalls

Located on the west-flowing Chalakudy River at the edge of the Sholayar ranges and near the Vazhachal Forest Division, Vazhachal Waterfalls is just 5 km from Athirapally Falls’ entrance. The falls are one of the most peaceful tourism spots in the district of Thrissur.

If you are visiting the Athirapally Waterfalls, you should definitely stop here too. You can also visit Chapra Falls, which is another seasonal waterfall located on the way to Vazhachal Waterfalls.

Height: 120 meters.

Location: Athirappilly Panchayath of Thrissur District.

How to reach: Bus or cab ride from Athirapally or Kochi.

Best time to visit: 
Monsoon season.

Nearest city: Athirapally(7 km) and Kochi(75 km)


Soochipara Waterfalls

If you are in Wayanad, you should stop at one of the most popular tourist attractions here – the Soochipara or Sentinel Rock Waterfalls. This is a majestic 3-tiered waterfall that cascades down into a large pool where people often bathe or swim.

You do have to trek for 2 km or so to reach Soochipara Waterfalls but it is worth the effort. For adventure lovers, the Sentinel Rock offers an ideal place for rock climbing.

Height: About 200 meters.

Location: 24km from Wayanad.

How to reach: A 3- or 4-hour bus or cab ride from Wayanad plus a trek.

Best time to visit: Monsoon season.

Nearest city: Wayanad.


Attukad Waterfalls

One of the most popular waterfalls in Kerala, Attukad Waterfalls is located between Munnar and Pallivasal. Lush green terrains and a deep, dark jungle surround this amazing tourist attraction.

If you like trekking or looking for a picturesque place for a picnic, this is certainly the best place to go. Trekkers can hire a local guide to help travel through the lush, green forests of Attukud.

Height: NA.

Location: Attukad Waterfall Road in Pallivasal.

How to reach: Bus/cab from Munnar or Pallivasal.

Best time to visit: Monsoon season.

Nearest city: Munnar (9 km).


Thommankuthu Waterfalls

A seven-step cascading waterfall, the Thommankuthu Waterfalls is another breathtaking natural wonder in Kerala. It is an amazing place for nature lovers to soak in the surroundings, take a dip in one of the pools, or trek the picturesque hills that surround the falls. If you are near Idukki, be sure to make a stop at Thommankuthu Waterfalls.

Height: Over 300 feet.

Location: Near Idukki and Thodupuzha.

How to reach: A bus from Munnar or Thodupuzha.

Best time to visit: September to May.

Nearest city: Thodupuzha(20 km).


Perunthenaruvi Waterfalls

When it comes to Kerala waterfalls, you cannot miss visiting Perunthenaruvi Waterfalls, which is formed on the Pampa river. It is known as one of the most famous tourist attractions in Pathanamthitta district.

Visitors love swimming in the stream nearby and enjoying the spectacular views that surround the waterfalls. What is great about Perunthenaruvi Waterfalls is that it is located close to the main road and you do not have to go on a long trek to reach it.

Height: 60 to 100 feet.

Location: Pathanamthitta, Vechoochira.

How to reach: Bus or cab ride via Vadasserikkara and Perunad or bus service from Pathanamthitta.

Best time to visit: September to May.

Nearest city: Pathanamthitta.


Valanjaganam Waterfalls

This waterfall is probably one of the most easily accessible ones in Kerala, which is why many tourists often flock to it each year. Also known as Kesari Waterfalls, Valanjaganam Waterfalls is located adjacent to NH220 towards Thekkady/Periyar. Needless to say, if you are traveling on this highway, you should definitely make a stop to see the beautiful Valanjaganam Waterfalls up close.

Height: NA.

Location: Near Kottayam.

How to reach: Bus or cab service from Kottayam.

Best time to visit: September to January.

Nearest city: Kottayam(61 km).


Chinnakanal Waterfalls

Also known as Power House Falls, Chinnakanal Waterfalls is another natural attraction you must visit while in Kerala. The waterfall is said to form on a stream that originates from the sacred Devikulam Hills.

You can swim in a pool at the bottom of the falls and enjoy some time playing in the water. This majestic cascading waterfall id definitely worth visiting if you are on a trip to Munnar or the Thekkady/Periyar Wildlife Sanctuary.

Height: NA.

Location: Near Chinnakanal Village, about 1 km from NH49.

How to reach: Bus or cab service from Munnar.

Best time to visit: Post monsoon season.

Nearest city: Munnar(16 km)


Meenvallam Waterfalls

Meenvallam (Meenvallom), a standout amongst the best-kept secrets of Central Kerala, is situated among Palakkad and Mannarkad. While discovering its way through Kalladikode slopes, River Thuppanad sprinkles down a few times, making waterfalls as it goes.

There are ten falls all together. A large portion of them is up to the slope and profound inside the forest. Meenvallom cascade is the last one, reachable by a 2 kms trek from the vehicle leave at Koomankundu shops. This walk is for the most part through rubber plantation.

Kalladikkode-Meenvallam Road, Moonnekkar, Kerala 678591.

How to reach: Bus or cab service from Palakkad.

Best time to visit:
Post monsoon season.

Nearest city: Palakkad(25 km)


Kuthumkal Waterfalls

Located 24 kilometers away from Munnar, Kuthumkal Waterfalls are one of the famous picnic spots in Kerala. It offers pleasant weather, and the cascading water from the cliff sounds like music to the ears. Among the top Kerala Waterfalls, this place is one of the prominent places to spend some quality time with friends and family

If you are looking for a peaceful drive, you can head to the Kuthumkal Waterfalls, and it will vanish all your stresses with its serene atmosphere

Height: 1600 meters

Location: W4R4+F8W, Kuthumkal, Kerala 685566.

How to Reach: You can trek to the waterfall as it is easily accessible from the main road.

Best Time to Visit: June to September (monsoon season)

Nearest City: Rajakkad


Keezharkuthu Falls, Idukki

Keezharkuthu Falls, also prominently known as Rainbow Waterfall, is enveloped by green carpeted surroundings that are adorned by the skies with rainbows. It is one of those Kerala Waterfalls that is an ideal hunting ground for photographers that are astonished by the cascading fall of water from the forests

It offers an inexplicable experience to the tourists through activities like camping, trekking, mountaineering, and rock climbing. It is also believed to possess medicinal plants and herbs nearby that have been used by tribal people for centuries.

Height: 1500 meters

Location: WV2J+MV, Idukki, Kerala 685595.

How to Reach: You can take a road drive of 20 kilometers from Idukki and Thodupuzha to reach Keezharkuthu Falls.

Best Time to Visit: June to September (monsoon season)

Nearest City: Thodupuzha


Chethalayam Waterfalls

Among other Waterfalls in Kerala, Chethalayam Waterfalls is a perfect escape from the stresses of life and an indulgence into the natural scenic beauty. Located in close proximity to the Wayanad Wildlife Sanctuary, Chethalayam Waterfalls is a seasonal waterfall. It attracts tourists for trekking activities through some of the breathtaking spots

Chethalayam Waterfalls also encompasses some alluring flora, which marks it as a favorite tourist place for a picnic in Wayanad. Therefore, it promises an enthralling opportunity for thrill-seekers and nature lovers. You must definitely visit this place at least once in your lifetime.

Height: 2100 meters

Location: Q783+9R7, Chethalayam, Kidanganad, Kerala 673592.

How to Reach: You can travel 45 kilometers by bus from Wayanad to Chethalayam Waterfalls.

Best Time to Visit: September to February (post-monsoon season)

Nearest City: Wayanad


Anakkara Waterfalls

Also known as Chellarkovil Falls, Anakkara Kerala Waterfalls is one of the prominent places that house Ayurvedic destination resorts besides spice plantations. The waterfall is the best place to enjoy trekking and paragliding opportunities, offering a panoramic view of the Ottakathalamedu area and the beautiful sunset

The waterfall looks captivating during the monsoon season when the flow of water increases. The meditating sound of the falling water touches the heart of all the tourists and the splendid surroundings are like a cherry on the cake.

Height: 1200 meters

Location: Chellarkovil, Idukki District, Kerala.

How to Reach: You can reach Anakkara Waterfalls both by train and by road from Alleppey, Bangalore, and Trivandrum.

Best Time to Visit: November to February

Nearest City: Thekkady


Areekkal Waterfalls

Areekkal Waterfalls is one of the gorgeous Waterfalls in Kerala that is covered by small settlements and lush greenery on all sides. This waterfall is famous for its picturesque natural beauty that has received its glory from the woods

The gurgling sound of the cascading water sounds calm and soothing, thereby allowing the tourists to spend a memorable time in the heart of mother nature. If you enjoy the serenity of nature, you must put this waterfall on your list of must-visit places in Kerala.

Height: Not known

Location: Piramadam-Vettimood Road, Pampakuda, Piravom, Kerala 686667.

How to Reach:  It is situated 40 kilometers away from the Kochi International Airport. You need to take a 2-hours drive from there to reach the Areekkal Waterfalls.

Best Time to Visit: June to September

Nearest City: Kottayam

People Also Ask About Kerala

  1. Which are the best waterfalls in Kerala to visit with family?

    1. Athirapally Waterfalls- Athirapally Waterfalls is the longest waterfall in Kerala, that was featured in the Indian movie, ‘Ravan’. This waterfall provides breathtaking views of the Sholayar hills and the cascading waters sound like music to the ears. These sights bring a deep sense of wilderness to your heart due to the majestic scenery which could be found nowhere.

    2. Palaruvi Waterfalls- Palaruvi Waterfalls is one of the most beautiful Waterfalls in Kerala. The term, ‘Palaruvi’ refers to the stream of milk, and the waterfall looks like a cascading stream of milk. People from all the parts of Kerala visit this place to have a fun-time picnic with their family.  

    3. Chethalayam Waterfalls- Among the other Kerala Waterfalls, Chethalayam Waterfalls are popular among trekkers. If you love to indulge in such kind of activity, you should move from Kidangand to reach this majestic waterfall. It is one of the most enjoyable experiences for visitors and trekking enthusiasts.
  2. Which are the best beaches to visit in Kerala?

    1. Kovalam Beaches- Kovalam Beaches are a crescent band of three beaches, namely Lighthouse Beach, Hawah Beach, and Samudra Beach, that has shallow waters and experience low tidal waves. People can spend their time surfing or riding motorboats on the beach. The beach shore is lined by a grove of coconut trees, which makes the beaches even more beautiful.

    2. Kappad Beach- Locally known as Kappakadavu, Kappad Beach is one of the famous beaches in Kerala where Vasco Da Gama perched on May 1498. Hence, this beach became the sea route between Europe and India. This beach holds great historical importance from the times of colonial India.

    3. Alappuzha Beach- This majestic ‘Venice of the East’ secures a top place in the maritime history of Kerala. Alappuzha Beach is well-known for its beaches, boat rides, marine products, backwater holidays, and coir industry. The place is one of the most favorable picnic spots for locals and tourists.

  3. How many waterfalls are there in Kerala?

    There are around twenty-seven Waterfalls in Kerala. Each of the waterfalls is surrounded by lush green carpeted hills with pristine beaches, serene hill stations, mesmerizing backwaters, splendid scenic beauty, and an assortment of flora and fauna. Among all the waterfalls, Athirapally, Kombaikani, and Meenmutty are some of the remarkable ones that attract multiple tourists throughout the year. Trekking is one of the most favorite activities of locals and tourists to reach these splendid waterfalls.
  4. Which is the largest waterfall in Kerala?

    Athirapally Falls is the largest waterfall in Kerala, which stands at a height of 80 feet. The waterfall originates from the higher reaches of the Western Ghats to the Sholayar ranges. Situated in the Thrissur district in Kerala, Athirapally Falls is covered by dense green forests, which is a habitat of many endangered and endemic species of birds, animals, and plants. This largest waterfall is nicknamed “The Niagara of South India”.
  5. What is the best time to visit Kerala?

    The best time to visit Kerala is between September and March, i.e., during the winter season. During this time, the weather remains pleasant to enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the place. If you are a nature lover, you will get numerous beautiful memories exploring the plantations during this time. Since the winter season in Kerala is dry and has a bearable cold, you can even go on a trek to the cascading Kerala Waterfalls.
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Paragliding was a an absolute delightful experience for me. it was my first time and intially it was a little scary but when you start your flight its amazing. also the pilot was really friendly and explaining me everything from important points about the place and his experience of flying. best parts was when he was doing stunts like flying 360 degree. it was a very memorable experience.
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Arun is really a gem of a person. He is very informative, really kind and soft spoken. He shared knowledge about tea plantation and Munnar history too. Arun is also a good photographer and he captures amazing shots. The view is lovely as fog passes by. Also the trek is amazing given the distance and route. Arun also managed to provide a light snack and lunch on our way and we spent a fantastic time. The seven hills Lakshmi trek is really beautiful way to look at beauty of Munnar. Highly recommended.
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Ideal spot for family and friends to experience a complete riverside vacation at a very reasonable price.
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My money spent on this trip was totally worth it and i strongly recommend this as a holiday point for you.Especially i liked that ride on the houseboat, which is a typical and very famous tourist attraction in Kerala and you gonna love that too.
19 February 2021
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Very good experience. Camera battery was weak and he hence our on air video was not fully captured.
28 January 2021
We thoroughly enjoyed the trip.The Jeep Safari was a very thrilling experience.The tent stay was perfect and the food was good.I would definitely recommend it for a group of friends ,looking for a weekend getaway.Kindly contact the host before reaching the campsite since network will not be available there.
21 January 2021
Stunning view, great place, great staff, helpful BUT Cottages need some repair/maintenance Linens are old and worn out and FOOD isn't good at all. I would still rate a 4 star for its view, location, and friendly staff. TO the management, please work on the food at the least and also some maintenance of the room, linen, rest assured you have a great location to always cash on tourists across all seasons.
We went to Wayanad for a family trip and booked this farmhouse from Thrillophilia at the best price as compared to other sites. The location of stay was nice, the scenic views from the room were amazing, The rooms were spacious, comfortable. The food served at the stay was so yummy, totally loved the food, they even arranged bonfire in the evening, it was a great experience.
Recently I went to Wayanad with my friends and we booked this beautiful stay, the location of stay was amazing amidst the lush coffee estate. The rooms were comfortable & cozy, the food served at the stay was amazing, the staff was kind & helpful, proper precautions were taken for covid, We enjoyed the guided plantation walk & cycling tour.

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