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Thoovanam waterfall


              Thoovanam waterfall is about 60 Kms from Munnar hill station. Munnar-Udumalpet road runs through Chinnar Wildlife Sanctuary. The enormous waterfalls on the Chinnar River, with its breathtaking silvery cascade are an unforgettable experience to the visitor. Trekking through the Forest will take you to Thoovanam waterfalls.

Nyayamkad waterfall


            Nyayamkad waterfall is located between Munnar and Rajamala. Nyayamkad is10 km from Munnar. Nyayamkad is a land of breathtaking waterfalls. The waters cascade down a hill from a height of about 1600 meters . The enchanting surroundings make an excellent picnic spot and trekking point.

Thommankuthu waterfall


               Thommankuthu waterfall is a beautiful eco tourism destination, has a series of waterfalls. The seven stepped waterfall known as “Ezhunilakuthu” is a major attraction. There are also small cascades and rapids that certainly contribute to the look and feel. Thommankuthu is only 18 kms from Thodupuzha.

Anchuruli Waterfall

Keezharkuth waterfall
Cheeyapara waterfall
Thoovanam waterfall
Nyayamkad waterfall

Note: Best time to visit all these places are from August to December

Top waterfalls in Idukki

Cheeyappara and Valara waterfalls

Cheeyappara and Valara waterfalls are located between Nariamangalam and Adimali on the Kochi Madurai highway. The Cheeyappara waterfalls cascade down in seven steps. Cheyappara is an amazing breathtaking waterfall surrounded by thick green forests. In Valara, water is falling down from a height of 300 feet that gives a real feast for the eyes. Valara waterfalls is situated at a distance of 1km from Cheeyapara waterfalls.

            Anchuruli is one of the famous tourist spots in idukki and it’s located in Kanchiyar panchayath. Anjuruli is located 3 km from Kanchiyar village, on the Kottayam-Kattapana route. Main attractions are waterfall and a long tunnel of 3.5 Kilometers.

Thommankuth Waterfall

Keezharkuthu waterfall

             Keezharkuthu waterfall is known as the Rain Bow waterfalls, which cascade down a rock from a height of about 1500m is a wonderful attraction of this spot. The forest around the spot is home to various medicinal plants. It is an ideal place for rock climbing, mountaineering and camp tracking. Keezharkuth is located 25 km away from Thodupuzha.