Kerala has its own way of enchanting tourists and making them fall in love with its eternal beauty. Every single aspect of Kerala is striking and it makes sure that when you are back to your hometown you will regret about not spending more time in god’s own country. Waterfalls in Kerala will not only bamboozle you, but also steal all your senses and give a feeling of divine intervention.While there are numerous things to do in Kerala, the Kerala experience is incomplete without experiencing these amazing natural marvels.
If you are Backpacking in Kerala, then you must visit these amazing places!
The highest waterfall in Kerala will not only steal your breath but also your senses because of its sheer beauty. The musical compositions of water gushing down the hill will soothe your ears. It is located at a distance of 47 kilometers from Thissur. The Sholayar forest is the source of this waterfall which later joins the Chalakudi River.
Located in Kottayam, Aruvikkuzhi Waterfall is a stunning picnic spot and a perfect location for shooting movies. The waterfall is a five step natural structure and a real feast for the eyes. Located amidst the rubber plantation, it’s an ideal location for trekking. It is 19km away from Kottayam railway station.
Surrounded by deep woods and a natural pond beneath, the Madammakkulam Waterfalls were famous within British Planters. It was named Madam after a British Lady who was a regular visitor here. It’s an ideal location for tourist to bask in the enchanting nature.
A popular spot amongst tourists, Nyayamkadu Waterfalls is very attractive due to its unique and gushing water. The pool is famous for fishing and is considered as heaven by trekkers. The stunning waterfall is 1600m high, making it a stunning spectacle. A spectacular view of Munnar town and a stunning view of lush green tea gardens can be experienced if you climb up to the Nyayamkadu gap.
Located in Wayanand Meenmutty Waterfall is a stunning combination of captivating beauty and elegance. A 2 kilometer trek will take you to this stunning sight of water as white as milk gushing down the hill. The 2 km trek itself is a beautiful journey, the dense forest has thousands shades of green while the breathtaking valley is a wonderful sight.